Finding where you want to eat in Disney World can either be the easiest or the hardest part of your whole vacation.
We do our absolute best to keep you updated on all the menu changes, best snacks, and reviews throughout the parks so you can be as well prepared for your trip as possible. But even after doing all that preparation, making that decision may be difficult. So we thought we’d make it a little bit easier, and give you our best Hollywood Studios breakfast recommendations all in one post, so you’re ready for the first meal of the day!
We have something on this list for everyone, so your whole party will be able to find something they like!
Mickey Waffle Platter — Hollywood Scoops
These are blueberry waffles served with whipped cream and strawberries. It’s a favorite of ours!
Character Breakfast Buffet — Hollywood & Vine
If you’ve got some kids with you, or are just looking for a lot of options in one place, we recommend the Character Breakfast Buffet at Hollywood & Vine.
This restaurant has a lot of classic breakfast options, so most people in your group will be able to find something they enjoy. And the character breakfast currently features Disney Junior characters, so your little ones will be able to enjoy hugging and meeting them!
Ronto Wrap — Ronto Roasters
This is a more adventurous option, however, so if you’ve got pickier eaters in the group, this may not be the best option for them! For those that are more adventurous though, this is a great option to really make you feel like you’re in a galaxy far, far away.
You can get the Ronto Morning Wrap which is made with eggs, grilled pork sausage, shredded cheddar, and peppercorn sauce in pita bread for $12.49.
Or the standard Ronto Wrap which is made with roasted pork, grilled pork sausage, peppercorn sauce, and tangy slaw wrapped in pita bread for $12.49 as well. There is also a Triple Suns Plant Based Breakfast Wrap option for $11.49.
Woody’s Lunch Box
Woody’s Lunch Box in Toy Story Land is another great quick-service restaurant with tasty breakfast options that will give you a great dose of protein to start your day. Their Breakfast Bowls combine potato barrels, smoked brisket country gravy, scrambled eggs, and a sprinkling of green onions, to make a filling yet delicious meal. An adult portion is $8.79 and a kids portion is $5.99.
Or, you can grab their Lunch Box Tarts, which are similar to Pop Tarts!
These flavors rotate seasonally, so there tends to be something new and yummy to try!
Joffrey’s Coffee Kiosks
If you’re more of a coffee-for-breakfast person or are looking for simple pastries for breakfast, Joffrey’s kiosks are a great option!
Joffrey’s sells many different types of coffees, teas, and specialty drinks, as well as giant donuts (that are VERY good) and other pastries.
Normally, these kiosks have shorter lines than Starbucks locations, so if you’re willing to try something new, we highly suggest stopping by!
Trolley Car Cafe
If you are looking for your Starbucks fix or someone in your party is only comfortable eating the pastries they like from home, you can stop by the Trolley Car Cafe. Beware that lines here can get long, so keep that in mind when you arrive! There are some special offerings here like our favorite Carrot Cake Cookie.
So, we suggest checking out the treats here too!
And there you have it, our top breakfast recommendations for Hollywood Studios!
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What’s your favorite thing to get for breakfast in Hollywood Studios? Tell us below!