The T-Rex Café and Rainforest Café at Disney Springs will be having breakfast with Santa. If you are a childless adult, the idea of participating in this may be a modern version of one of the lowest levels in the classic work, Dante’s Inferno. However, if you have children, this combination of Santa and a very important restaurant can be perfect. These special breakfasts are held on the weekends of December 3-4 and 10-11.
At the Rainforest Café on December 3-4, this will happen.
According to their website, guests can meet Santa and the Rainforest Café mascot, Cha Cha, while enjoying a delicious breakfast. In addition, guests can take photos, write special letters to Santa, enjoy holiday activities, and win prizes. In addition, guests will receive a wholesale discount. Breakfast includes French toast, bacon, eggs, potatoes, sausage, biscuits, fruit, and more. Breakfast runs from 9am-10am both days.
Tickets to this event must be purchased on their website, not the Walt Disney World website. Breakfast costs $34.21 for adults and $20.05 for children ages three to nine. These prices do not include sales tax or service fees for online purchases.
Well if next weekend is better for you, the T-Rex Café will be having a breakfast and Santa event at that time. On their website, the information looks the same. At the T-Rex Café, you will meet Mrs. Claus according to the website. The breakfast buffet offers a slightly different menu than the Rainforest Café. At the T-Rex Café, breakfast includes pancakes, waffles, honey glazed ham, “build your own omelets”, bacon, eggs, potatoes, sausage, fruit, pastries, and more. Although one cannot be sure, T-Rex Café seems to offer a better meal. However, since these are two Landry’s restaurants, the menu will probably be the same. One thing is certain, the price of the event will be the same.
Good luck if you want to join these. I wish you good food. Also, let the children who are with you have a good time. Remember, tickets will be limited. As always, eat as you eat!
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