Are you looking for some great Disney Springs Breakfast and Brunch Places to try?
Disney Springs offers many fabulous places to eat – whether you want a quick snack or a fabulous dining experience.
You may remember the area as Downtown Disney from years past.
The name may have changed but there are still lots of retail stores, bars, restaurants, and entertainment to be found in Disney Springs.
It is free to get in, there is no ticket required and there are multiple parking lots to choose from, all free. There is also Disney Transportation available if you haven’t brought your own car.
Disney Springs is a fun part of Disney World that doesn’t require too much planning and stress throughout the day. It is there for you and your family to enjoy some dining and shopping time when you have spent time in the Disney theme parks.
One idea for your stay at Disney World is to go to Disney Springs and enjoy one of the fabulous breakfast and brunch options on offer.
Here are our favorite places to eat breakfast and brunch at Disney Springs. They are in no particular order.
Raglan Road Irish Pub & Restaurant
If you have some time to spend in Disney Springs and want a really good brunch experience then head on over to Raglan Road Irish Pub and Restaurant.
This is one of my favorite Disney Springs restaurants and I have many great memories of dining here.
I am originally from Britain and therefore have encountered my share of “Irish Pubs” in the US. Many really don’t pass the authenticity test.
However, this is really as Irish as it can possibly be. Even the restaurant was actually built in Ireland and shipped to Disney Springs (or Downtown Disney as it then was).
It was built in Dublin, shipped to Disney World, and filled with genuine Irish furniture and antiques.
How authentic is that? Raglan Road really is a great spot to enjoy a delicious breakfast or Sunday Brunch in Disney Springs.
And it isn’t only the building that is genuinely Irish. So are the people who will serve and entertain you here. Raglan Road is a genuine little corner of Ireland right here in Disney Springs.
You can dine here anytime, but the Raglan Road Brunch which is offered at the weekends is really something you need to experience.
On weekends you can enjoy the Rollicking Raglan Brunch. Experience their brunch options, cocktails, and live entertainment. From noon to 3 PM they have the Raglan Dance Show live for Raglan Pub customers to enjoy.
You can see the Raglan Road Brunch Menu Here
Dining options for Vegans are getting more plentiful in Disney World and Raglan Road has just introduced a great vegan option for brunch. This Shepherd Went Vegan is a welcome addition to the Raglan Road Brunch.
If you want to go for the full experience then order the Full Irish Breakfast. This has Cheshire heritage pork Irish banger, black and white pudding, bacon, roasted tomato, mushrooms, and fried eggs with roasties.
If you are looking for more of a lunch brunch option then you really can’t go wrong with the Fish and Chips.
I also really enjoy the Hipsters Lament and not just because it’s a great name for a dish. It’s an Irish version of the ever-popular avocado on toast with Smashed avocado, Irish bacon & poached eggs on sourdough,
with chive butter, roasties, and roasted tomato.
I don’t eat meat so have it without the bacon but it is still delicious.
Still hungry? Order the Bread and Butter Pudding and you won’t be disappointed.
I would suggest that if you have some time to spare at the weekend you really give this fabulous Disney Springs Brunch a try.
Disney Springs Earl of Sandwich
Earl of Sandwich is a Quick Service location in Disney Springs where you can grab and get a bite to eat at any time of day. Breakfast offers some great choices.
This is a good choice if you want a quick breakfast at Disney Springs that is decent value. It’s not a gourmet or take-your-time experience – just a good place to grab a bite and not spend too much money.
I first encountered the Earl of Sandwich in Downtown Disney at Disneyland. At first, I was skeptical about how good it could really be.
It’s sandwiches after all! But having seen the huge line I realized there must be something to it.
Now I have lost count of the number of times that I have eaten at Earl of Sandwich.
They are best known for their sandwiches, wraps, and salads. Just recently, Earl of Sandwich started offering some great breakfast items.
Their options for breakfast include an Egg n Cheddar Sandwich, Breakfast Bowls, and Burritos. Earl of Sandwich is perfect for someone who isn’t much of a breakfast person or if you just want a quick snack to hold you over before lunch.
The breakfast options are priced around the $6 to $7 mark.
There is also a Kids’ Menu. You can get coffee here for your morning caffeine. It is Kona coffee and pretty good. One of my favorites though is the Early Grey Iced Tea, particularly in the summer.
There is a lot of walking, shopping, and fun at Disney Springs so grabbing a small breakfast would be a good idea to carry you and your family into the afternoon!
Chef Art Smith’s Homecomin
Chef Art Smith’s Homecomin offers traditional southern cooking in Disney Springs. It’s a great option for a Disney Springs breakfast.
They are best known for their fabulous fried chicken and their recipes by the award-winning celebrity chef, Art Smith. What better recommendation than that he used to be Oprah’s personal chef?
This Disney Springs restaurant is worth a visit at any time of day, but if you want one of the best breakfast experiences then head on over to Chef Art Smith’s Homecoming for the Rise and Shine Brunch.
The restaurant is large and open, with a Southern Floridian decor aesthetic. There are lots of individual tables as well as bar seating.
The Hallelujah Biscuit is a popular choice. You can’t beat the combination of fried chicken, eggs, pimento cheese, and pecan smoked bacon smothered in sawmill gravy.
The Hush Puppy Benedict is another innovative dish that you really have to try for your Disney Springs breakfast!
This delicious creation has house-made hush puppy cakes topped with fried chicken tenders, poached eggs, and griddled country ham all topped with an amazing pimento hollandaise.
You can even get your fix of avocado toast with a southern twist. The Fried Egg and Avocado Toast has Cuban bread, avocado, fried egg, arugula, radish, and pickled red onion.
Or have the best of everything with your entree of Fried Chicken and Donuts. What more can you ask for?
The Cheddar Cheese Biscuits are also a standout. They are served with blackberry fig jam. Just try them and you will see why they are one of the most popular dishes on this Disney Springs Brunch menu.
Also very much worth a mention is the French Toast. The toast is thick French-style bread with a fabulous dusting of powdered sugar.
This is served with delicious spiced cane syrup and a side of fresh fruit.
They have some excellent Rise and Shine Cocktails. The Florida Crush is a mix of vodka, orange, strawberries, and agave.
It is wonderfully refreshing on a warm Florida morning. Or try some of the popular Moonshine Mash with watermelon-infused moonshine, simple syrup, and lime juice.
Or you could go with a fabulous twist on a Bloody Mary cocktail. If you are feeling adventurous order the Proud Mary with Dixie Black Pepper Vodka, Whiskey Willy’s Bloody Mary Mix with pecan-smoked bacon, fried green tomato, pimento cheese-stuffed olives, and a seasoned salt rim. It’s not for everyone but if it sounds good to you, then you really should try it!
Amorette’s Patisserie in Disney Springs
Maybe you are looking for some tasty breakfast pastries to grab while you’re walking around Disney Springs.
Amorette’s Patisserie in Disney Springs is a French-style bakery serving up homemade sweet treats for you and your family to love!
Amorettes Patisserie offers delicious cakes, crepes, and croissants. Even if you are tempted to treat yourself, you must go in a just look at the amazing artistry of these fabulous cakes. They almost look too good to eat.
I find it hard to resist the Strawberry and Creme Crepe. If I want something savory then I usually choose the Vegetable Croissant. This has Herb Cream Cheese Spread, Roasted Onions and Tomatoes, Arugula, Mushrooms, Zucchini, Spinach, and Red Quinoa.
STK in Disney Springs
If you are looking for a sophisticated setting for your Disney Springs Brunch look no further than STK. This very popular steakhouse is one of the best restaurants in Disney Springs and is a great place to stop by for breakfast.
Brunch is served on a weekend with plenty of different choices of menu items for the family. This is one of my favorite places to dine in Disney Springs at any time of the day. They serve reliably good food and the service is usually top-notch too.
This is definitely on the higher end of prices for Disney Springs restaurants so don’t come here looking for a quick bite. But if you want to spend some time here and enjoy some quality breakfast food, this is the place to be.
This is a steakhouse so if you want to indulge then choose the Truffle Steak and Egg. If you are a seafood fan then the Lobster Eggs Benedict is a great choice. The Egg White Omelet is a good option if you want something lighter.
They have wonderfully imaginative names for their Brunch Cocktails including Bed Head, Cucumber Stilleto, and Missed my Flight. They taste as good as they sound!
If you want Bottomless Mimosas they are available for $30 if you order an entree.
Wolfgang Puck Bar & Grill at Disney Springs
Another great place to enjoy breakfast in Disney Springs is the Wolfgang Puck Bar & Grill. This restaurant is good for any time of the day and it has been a favorite for many years.
Unfortunately, the Wolfgang Puck Express is no longer an option in Disney Springs. This popular quick service restaurant closed down in 2020.
They have brunch items similar to STK Orlando but this restaurant has pizza on their brunch menu. What more can you ask for than that?
One very popular item is the Old School Breakfast. This has eggs any style, Apple Wood Smoked Bacon, Tuscan Potatoes, and Multi-Grain Toast.
Of course, you will find avocado toast (do you even remember a time anymore when it wasn’t everywhere). This is one of my favorites as it is topped with a poached egg and really nicely presented.
The Brioche French Toast is also delicious. Made with brioche and topped with blueberry compote and whipped ricotta it is definitely a great choice for brunch.
Everglades Donuts & Cold Brew
If you are wanting a quick treat for breakfast this is a great place to stop by in Disney Springs. Prepare for some seriously innovative and tasty donuts from this popular Disney Springs eatery.
This is where “Happiness is Glazed Daily”. So you really need to give it a try for a fabulous Disney Springs breakfast.
Everglades Donuts aren’t your average donuts. Their menu adds a sweet surprise and unique taste to donuts that you have probably never even dreamed of before.
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Sure, you can choose a traditional style donut, such as glazed or powdered. But I highly recommend venturing outside your comfort zone and getting something new and interesting.
Why not try the Cinnamon Toast Crunch donut or their S’mores Galore donut. The Nutella Boston Donut is a great choice for anyone who needs to indulge in chocolate in the morning.
If you aren’t craving donuts there are other options for you to try at Everglades Donuts. They do sandwiches and fries. The Classic Egg and the Grilled Cheese are good choices.
For something, a little different try the Donut Burger. When people hear “Donut Burger,” some say “Yikes!” and some say “Yes! Finally!”
Many of those who have tried it say it is incredible and a must-have so if you are feeling adventurous order the Donut Burger. After all, live it up while you’re traveling to Disney World ….
Joffrey’s Handcrafted Smoothies Kiosk
If you want a refreshing drink for brunch in Disney Springs then head on over to Joffrey’s Handcrafted Smoothies.
This is a Quick Service kiosk, but it has plenty of seating close by.
They use fresh fruits and juice to create delicious smoothie combinations.
Some fan-favorite smoothies are the Mango Tango and the Flamingo Frost, but there are so many other delicious tropical combinations to choose from.
The Flyin Hawaiian is a tasty blend of Passion Fruit Juice, Pineapples, Coconut Cream and Yogurt.
You can also get coffee and tea here. If you want to try something a bit different order the Frozen Kona Mocha.
Disney Springs House of Blues
The legendary House of Blues Brunch has been well known here since the times of Downtown Disney.
If you want a real treat you have to experience the House of Blues Gospel Brunch. This is a popular event with live entertainment every Saturday and Sunday from 10 am until 2 pm.
Enjoy traditional Southern-inspired comfort food favorites in a lively and friendly atmosphere.
The atmosphere here is lively, friendly, and upbeat.
If you want to enjoy a traditional start to the day then order the Barnyard Breakfast of two farm-fresh eggs, garlic home fries, choice of sausage or bacon, and white or wheat toast. Add biscuit & gravy for an extra charge.
Or maybe Chicken and Donuts, Brisket Hash, or a Breakfast Burrito is more your thing.
You will even find avocado toast here, somewhat intriguingly named Tennessee Toast.
This is country toast, avocado smash, roasted corn salsa, clover honey, and sea salt. You can add an egg, sausage, or bacon for an extra charge.
And who can resist the Bottomless Mimosas or Bloody Marys for $16?
Paddlefish at Disney Springs
As the name suggests Paddlefish is a recreation of a traditional paddleboat steamer. Docked at the shore of Lake Buena Vista, this is one of Disney Springs finest restaurants.
Treat yourself to brunch at Paddlefish and you won’t be disappointed.
Highly recommended is The King Meets the Captain. This is a delicious combination of Peanut butter and banana stuffed French toast, crusted with everyone’s favorite breakfast cereal, and fresh berry compote. You really have to try it at least once!
The Monte Cristo is also a favorite with French toast, ham, Applewood bacon, egg, Swiss cheese, fresh berry compote, and maple syrup.
Steak and Eggs are very popular with Flat iron, two poached eggs, hash browns, and hollandaise sauce.
So which Disney Springs brunch spot will you choose? The cuisine style brunch at STK, the southern taste of Chef Art Smith’s Homecoming, a sweet donut surprise at Everglades, or tropical smoothie at Joffrey’s Handcrafted Smoothies.
Disney Springs has many great options to choose from picking a place for brunch or breakfast. From food trucks to bakeries, you will find what you and your family are looking for.
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Alison Meacham is the founder of EverythingMouse Disney Blog. For over 15 years she has shared her love of Disney Parks, Disney Cruises and Universal Orlando. In over 30 years of Disney Travel she has spent countless months in Disney Parks and has sailed on over 45 cruises. A British native and now a United States resident she splits her time between California, Florida and the UK. And spends a serious amount of time sailing the seven seas. She helps over 200,000 people per month follow their Disney travel dreams.