• On Mar 28, 2019
    Hannah from VA Asked Note: This answer was provided prior to the change to planDisney and may still contain references to Disney Parks Moms Panel.

    Experiences, policies, pricing and other offerings are subject to change and may have changed since the date of this answer.

    We are staying at the polynesian and plan to go to Epcot early before opening one day. I am opting to skip a big breakfast that morning and was curious if there were any super quick breakfast/bakery options at Polynesian/Epcot. Can you take food on buses?

    Hello there, Hannah! Welcome back to the Disney Parks Moms Panel! Thanks for stopping by and submitting your Walt Disney World Resort question!

    You’re in luck! There’s actually quite a few options for quick breakfast bites at both Disney’s Polynesian Village Resort and Epcot! At Disney’s Polynesian Village Resort, you can stop by either Capt. Cook’s or Kona Island for grab-and-go breakfast options. Capt. Cook’s offers more traditional breakfast staples such as the Bounty Breakfast Platter and Mickey Waffles. You will also be able to grab items such as pastries, fruit cups, and more! Kona Island offers a bit more of a coffee selection and has some unique pastries, such as quiches and seasonal fruit danishes, that you may enjoy. 

    Epcot has a few quick service options open for breakfast but I would recommend stopping by Sunshine Seasons for some delicious options! There are many healthy yet tasty entrees available at this quick service dining located in The Land pavilion. 

    While food and drink consumption is not allowed on Disney Bus Transportation, you can always stow your food in your bag prior to boarding your bus and then eat once you’ve arrived at Epcot! I’ve done this exact thing on more than one early morning myself! 

    I hope this information helps you in continuing to plan for your upcoming Walt Disney World Resort vacation!

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