Cape May Cafe – Characters, Clams, And Much More!

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Walt Disney World is famous for many things – rides, characters, and FOOD being just a few of them! The restaurant options available at WDW are endless, they offer every type of food imaginable! So while you’re trying to figure out where you want to eat on your trip, I want to highly recommend you check out Cape May Cafe at Disney’s Beach Club Resort– where you can dine with characters in the morning, and enjoy fresh seafood in the evening – what could be better?

Breakfast at Cape May Cafe is a character affair, where Goofy, Minnie and Donald don their beach attire and roam the dining room meeting and greeting guests and giving autographs and hugs to all! The food is served buffet style, and features assorted fresh pastries, eggs/bacon/sausage, and delicious french toast and the always amazing Mickey Waffles. Personally I think the best part of the breakfast here is the beach clothes the characters wear – it’s fun to see them in something different, and it makes for some great photo ops

Dinner is a bit different here, it’s still a buffet but there are no characters, and it’s themed as a ‘clambake’, featuring clams, mussels, New England Clam Chowder, crab legs, baked and fried fish options, and fried calamari. It’s a seafood lover’s paradise – but fear not, they have us non-seafood folks covered too – offering options like a pork loin, ribs, roast chicken, mashed potatoes, and assorted other sides and entrees as well. Don’t forget to save room for the dessert here – mouth watering cheesecakes, key lime tarts, cakes/cookies/cupcakes and more await you here

The Beach Club Resort is where you will find this gem of a restaurant, and I encourage you to take some time before or after your meal and check it out – it’s a beautiful place, New England themed with tons of charm and elegance. You might be wondering – How do I get to the Beach Club? You can walk there from Epcot, or take a boat from Hollywood Studios, and buses are available from the other Parks and Downtown Disney

If you’re thinking of staying at the Beach Club, then you would have access to their on site health and fitness club, the Sandcastle Club which offers supervised activities for children ages 3-12, and Stormalong Bay – the huge swimming area that’s its own little water park. Additionally, you have all the ameneties of it’s sister Resort, the Yacht Club Resort available to you as well

Cape May Cafe is a great restaurant that is worth the trip over to the Beach Club – but I would love to know YOUR thoughts – have you eaten there? What did you think?

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