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Sci-Fi Dine-In Theater now offering breakfast

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The Sci-Fi Dine-In Theater Restaurant is now offering breakfast in addition to lunch and diner!


Breakfast will be available from 8:00am to 10:15am and includes pastries, appetizer, entree and a non-alcoholic beverage.  The cost is $23.99 per adult and $12.99 for children 3 to 9.  The restaurant does accept the Disney Dining Plans.

Reservations are currently available from November 1, 2015 through January 23, 2016.

Start your day in one of those cool retro cars under a sky of twinkling stars with a yogurt parfait or fresh fruit, then order something fancy such as puff pastry filled with scrambled eggs, crab, asparagus and Gruyère cheese with roasted tomatoes and avocado. Or grilled beef tenderloin on baby spinach with bacon and Cheddar custard on a roasted tomato with cheesy horseradish potatoes. There’s a simple scrambled eggs, bacon, sausage and breakfast potatoes platter. Or go Southern with pan-seared shrimp and cheesy grits.

The chefs make healthful delicious with an egg-white omelet with shiitake mushrooms and caramelized onions and roasted garlic fingerling potatoes. But if you prefer a sweet beginning to the day, rev up with a decadent macadamia-crusted brioche French toast with mascarpone and fresh berries. Or the famous Mickey waffle with a side of bacon or sausage. Little ones can order scrambled eggs with sausage, bacon and potatoes; French toast or a mini-Mickey waffle.

Sci-Fi Dine-In Theater BREAKFAST MENU

Sci-Fi Fresh Baked Pastries:

  • Cinnamon Roll, Double Chocolate Muffin, and Croissants

Starters (Choice of One):

  • Greek Yogurt Parfait with House-made Granola
  • Seasonal Fresh Fruit


  • Stuffed Puff Pastry filled with Scrambled Eggs, Crab, Asparagus, and Gruyère Cheese with Roasted Tomatoes
  • Grilled Beef Tenderloin on Baby Spinach with Bacon and Cheddar Custard on a Roasted Tomato and Horseradish Potatoes
  • Traditional Breakfast WITH Scrambled Eggs, crispy Bacon, Sausage Links, and Breakfast Potatoes
  • Macadamia-crusted Brioche French Toast with Mascarpone and fresh Berries
  • Mickey Waffle with Maple Syrup and choice of Bacon or Sausage
  • Pan-seared Smoked Paprika-dusted Shrimp and Cheesy Grits
  • Egg White Omelet with Shiitake Mushrooms, Caramelized Onions, Garlic Roasted Fingerling Potatoes, and Greek Yogurt with Berries

Kids’ Meals:

  • Scrambled Eggs with Bacon, Sausage, and Breakfast Potatoes
  • Mickey Waffle with Maple Syrup and choice of Bacon or Sausage
  • Puffed French Toast Sticks tossed in Cinnamon Sugar with Chocolate Dipping Sauce

Specialty Drinks (not included in the prix-fixe price):

  • Sci-Fi Blue Milk Cocktail (Blue Curaçao, Cruzan Mango Rum, Orange Juice, and Milk) – $11.25
  • Mimosa (Orange Juice and Prosecco) – $8.50

KtP’s thoughts:

  • Option 1:  If you wish enjoy this meal try booking an 8:00am breakfast on a non Extra Magic Hour day, then you can enter the park before it opens to most guests and it places you in decent proximity to have one parent escort any Jedi Training kids to the sign up when the park actually opens.
  • Option 2:  Book breakfast in the 10:00am range so you can visit Buzz and Woody, get in that Toy Story Mania ride and see a few Disney Junior characters before eating breakfast.
  • I cannot say this meal is of any great value, as there is no characters appearing.  It’s a fun restaurant, but you could order 1 of 7 items on the lunch and dinner menu for a lower cost.


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  1. Glad there’s another option for early entry breakfast for our upcoming anniversary trip so we don’t have to sit in the noisy Hollywood and Vine since kids are staying home this time! Got an 8:00 res and now I don’t have to decide between Sci Fi and 50’s Prime Time for lunch. Thanks for the info!

  2. Hi Kenny, I don’t like this as I have dinning res at Hollywood and Vine and will have to run faster to get my grandkids into the Jedi Training

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