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We usually just eat something in the room, but will be leaving in the afternoon, so I thought a nice breakfast before we fly out. Any suggestions? (3 adults and 3 kids 6,9,8) Our first day we are eating at Chef Mickey's. Thanks!
I would suggest 1900 Park Fare which I felt was very fun and I love their strawberry soup. I also love the breakfast at Trails End Resort which is really cheap compared to all the other buffets but just as wonderful.
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capemay has a good one thats what we are doing on the 29th
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Whispering Canyon is our favorite breakfast spot and it would be so fun for the ages of your group. We always just laugh all the way through our meals there. Last time they had my DH singing "If You're Happy and You Know It" in a microphone while walking around the restaurant with our waitress. I couldn't hardly breathe from laughing!
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