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    Breakfast in Epcot

    My family (parents, sister, husband & myself) is going to WDW the first week of Dec. I was wondering if I could get a few suggestions regarding where we could get breakfast at Epcot (Future World & World Showcase)? We will be spending two days there. Any tips or suggestions are greatly appreciated!

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    the only place i have eaten bfast in EPCOT is the Askerhaus (sp) in Germany... it is a princess character breakfast and my family loved it! the food was delicious! parts of it were brought to your tabel and the rest was a buffet so there was plenty to go around!
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    There really isn't a lot of options for breakfast, but what my family and I usually do is just grab a muffin (or in my case a chocolate chip cookie) from a little kiosk in front of the Universe of Energy and that usually tides us over until we can eat lunch at one of the many many restaurants in Epcot.

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    Thanks for both the Askerhaus & kiosk suggestions! It didn't seem to me that there were a whole lot of options. We will be doing the Disney Dining plan so anything we would grab would be snack or quick service. I was hoping someone would know about a quick service that served breakfast sandwiches/etc....but a muffin may have to do the trick!

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    Sunshine Seasons at the Land serves
    BREAKFAST

    Adult Breakfast platter (Bacon, Eggs, sausage, and a biscuit) $6.29

    Oatmeal (add raisins or brown sugar no extra charge) $2.49

    Bacon, Egg, and Cheese Croissant $5.99

    Kids' French toast with sausage $4.09



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    Can anyone tell me if the Fountain View Bakery is still around? I had heard they only serve ice cream now.
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    Quote Originally Posted by MagicalMarley View Post
    Can anyone tell me if the Fountain View Bakery is still around? I had heard they only serve ice cream now.
    Oh, say it's not so! I was preparing to suggest Fountain View when I saw this! Can anyone confirm or deny Fountain View is now an ice cream shop!

    Well, BarnicleBaron, if Fountain View has not been converted to an ice cream shop, it's a great place to pick up a CS breakfast sandwich, coffee, etc.
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    It's so. Fountainview is now an Ice Cream Shoppe.

    Fountainview Cafe - Future World - Epcot

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    Quote Originally Posted by mritty View Post
    It's so. Fountainview is now an Ice Cream Shoppe.

    Fountainview Cafe - Future World - Epcot
    Aw, Fooey. As much as I like ice cream, I'm sad to learn my favorite EPCOT coffee spot is gone.

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    I've never eaten breakfast at Epcot, we've always eaten at home or at the hotel before we've gone. However, if I was going to eat breakfast at Epcot, I would go to Sunshine Seasons. They seem to have a pretty good varitiety and they have good lunches.
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    Just a side note- Askerhaus is in Norway, not Germany.
    Sunshine Seasons is a great place for breakfast- fast service and good variety.
    If you're staying in any of the Epcot resorts, there are plenty of choices before going to Epcot- Boardwalk,Picabu's in the Dolphin, Garden Grove at the Swan, etc.
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    Sunshine seasons has great options. The boardwalk bakery is also great.

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    Just a side note- Askerhaus is in Norway, not Germany.
    *smacks head!* i knew that too for some reason i had germany on my mind hahaha excuse the blonde moment
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