What is Easter without brunch? Hop down to Walt Disney World this Sunday to enjoy one of these 3 delicious brunch options.
Ale & Compass Restaurant at Disney’s Yacht Club Resort will be serving from 7:30 am-2pm. This buffet-style brunch will include and all-you-care-to-enjoy items including flatbreads, seasonal salads, house-baked pastries and spreads, and lastly specialty mimosas with or without alcohol.
Port Orleans Riverside will also be hosting brunch at Boatwright’s Dining Hall from 10 am- 2 pm. You will have your choice of savory southern style offerings like eggs benedict with crab, southern shrimp and grits, Nashville hot chicken on a honey biscuit, and special Bloody Mary’s.
Finally, at Intermission Food Court, there will be an Easter Brunch Buffet offered from 9 am- 2 pm. You’ll have your choice of an array of yummy options like red velvet pancakes, fresh fruit and pastries, spinach salad with bacon vinaigrette, sweet potato casserole, cooked-to-order omelets, brown sugar glazed ham, and so much more!
Brunch is offered just this Sunday, April 1st for Easter only. Reservations are not required. Bring the kids and enjoy Easter at Walt Disney World with the Easter Bunny.
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