T-Rex Café and Rainforest Café in Disney Springs have breakfast at the Santa event. If you’re a childless adult, the idea of participating in this might be a modern version of Dante’s Hell, one of his lowest levels of classic work. However, if you have kids, this Santa and highly themed restaurant pairing might be perfect for you.These special breakfast buffet events are on the weekends of December 3-4 and he’s 10-11. It would be held.
The event will take place at the Rainforest Café on December 3-4.
According to their website, guests can meet Santa and Chacha, the mascot of the Rainforest Cafe, while enjoying a delicious breakfast. Enjoy holiday activities and win prizes. Guests also receive special retail discounts. The breakfast menu includes French he toast, bacon, eggs, potatoes, sausages, biscuits and fruit. Breakfast is served from 9am to 10am both days.
Tickets for this event must be purchased on the website and not on the Walt Disney World website. Breakfast charges are $34.21 for adults and $20.05 for children ages 3 to her 9. These prices do not include sales tax or service charges for online purchases.
If it’s convenient for you next weekend, there’s even an event where you can have breakfast with Santa at the T-Rex Café. On their website the details are similar. According to the website, you can also meet Mrs. Claus at the T-Rex Café. The breakfast buffet menu offers slightly different dishes than Rainforest Café. T-Rex Café’s breakfast menu includes pancakes, waffles, honey glaze his ham, “build your own omelets,” bacon, eggs, potatoes, sausage, fruit, pastries, and more. Not sure, but T-Rex Café seems to offer a much better buffet. However, both are laundry restaurants, so the buffet could be the same. One thing is certain, the prices for the events will be the same.
Good luck if you want to attend any of these events. I want you to eat something delicious. Also, may the children with you have a good time. Tickets are limited. As always, eat like you mean it!
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