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Review: New Food Debuts at the Magic Kingdom

Review: New Food Debuts at the Magic Kingdom

We spotted a new food item today in the Magic Kingdom. Here are our thoughts on it!

Magic Kingdom Food

Credit: Monica

While Magic Kingdom may be the most well known theme park in the world, it is not exactly known for its dining. Don’t get me wrong, I (Monica) love Casey’s corn dogs, Sleepy Hollow waffles, and dining inside Cinderella Castle

However, when you take a step back and really think about the park as a whole the dining options are not a big selling point. Epcot and Animal Kingdom have much more creative and delicious options.

New Food Item

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Other than Sleepy Hollow and Friar’s Nook, there are not a ton of quick-service breakfast choices in the park. Starbucks is a great choice for morning coffee and a pastry. Additionally, Cinderella’s Royal Table and The Crystal Palace are the only table-service options.

It leaves many Guests with no other options but to eat outside the park or bring food in. Enter: this new item.

Credit: KtP

While waiting for Haunted Mansion to open this morning, we decided to take a break and grab some breakfast. We spotted a NEW breakfast item at the Popcorn Cart in the Hub. You can find it near the entrance to Tomorrowland.

It is a breakfast bagel sandwich: sausage, egg, and cheddar served on a bagel. The bagel is priced at $7.25 which isn’t bad for a great on-the-go option with protein and carbs.

Review

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This is the exact same egg, sausage, and cheese you will find in the breakfast biscuit at Animal Kingdom. The only difference here is the sandwich is served on a bagel.

This would be a great option for breakfast, if you need something in between attractions. It is only served from 9:00 to 11:00 am daily, so just be mindful of that.

Let us know if you try this new bagel! Be sure to pass this post along to a friend who is visiting Magic Kingdom soon.


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RandyC

Thursday 10th of August 2023

We bring breakfast items with us when we stay on-site, almost always in a DVC Villa or Studio. Even the studio rooms have a 1/2 size fridge, big coffee maker and toaster. 1, 2 and 3 br Villas have full kitchens. We save a ton of money by doing this (usually 4 or 6 of us on each WDW vacation), and we save a ton of time. Having coffee in the room makes for a more relaxing start to any day.

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