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Breakfast ideas when staying at Disneyland Hotel

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This will be our first time staying at a Disney Resort. We usually stay offsite, which offers free breakfast. Any ideas where to eat...decent price?
Steakhouse 55 in the Disneyland Hotel is one of our favorites. Prices are similar to what you pay in the park but food is way better!
Andrea Dahms Foskett
you might consider staying concierge level.
If you have access to a car & a Costco membership, we have in the past ran to Costco & bought those huge muffins and kept those in our room for breakfast along with some juice in the mini fridge. Not too fancy but does the trick.
Barbara - MPT Agent
We love the Tangaroa Terrace (next to Trader Sam's) for breakfast! Last month we even had a visit from two different Disney Cats while we out on the patio! The Breakfast platter - scrambled eggs, bacon or sausage, potatoes and a fruit cup for $7.49 is a great value!
If you can upgrade to concierge. Also Earl of Sandwich has pretty good breakfast not to expensive
Thanks. The Tangaroa Terrace sounds up our alley especially with a 4 yr old. Not to sound sill but what is and how do you up grade to concierge?
Tattoo Mom
The rooms have refrigerators so we would place an order with Vons and have breakfast stuff and snacks delivered. And it's nice if it's delivered and you aren't in your room concierge will sign for it and hold the items for you.
Senior Mickey
when we stay at DLH, we eat at Tangaroa Terrace. very reasonable, especially since River Belle Terrace inside the park no longer serves breakfast.
Tangaroa terrace or earl of sandwich are my family's picks:)
Mickey Bound
Concierge gives you access to the club lounge which has continental breakfast but the upgrade is about at least 150.00 a night. We did it for awhile but can eat a lot of food for that. If you have the money you should try it.
Kate Kelsay
Starbucks just beyond the theater opens at 5:00AM according to the app. I think breakfast sandwiches run about $5. Download the Disneyland App! You can read menus & get the hours for dining. Including pricing for most!
When we are on a budget we usually bring breakfast items with us. Little boxes of cereal or muffins or bagels. We drive so we bring our own milk but if you are flying in you can buy milk at the hotel, it's expensive but still cheaper than breakfast every day!
Tangled & frozen
Room service with Mickey waffles!
T terrace was the perfect quick breakfast spot. Easily accessible, and had Mickey waffles for the little ones. Room service was too expensive.
Can’t go wrong with Earl of Sandwich!
TexasDisney , we sent someone down to Earls to get sandwiches while the rest of us got dressed etc. Was good food

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