Biergarten Epcot

Add Biergarten to the List of Price Changes at Walt Disney World, No More Lunch Pricing

We have been following the many price changes that have been coming to both Disney World and Disneyland the last few weeks. Today, we have another change coming to the beloved Biergarten buffet in Epcot’s Germany pavilion.

Biergarten Epcot

The sign at Biergarten no longer has both a lunch and dinner price listed. Going forward, the buffet will be priced the same, regardless of the time of day that you visit. This is one of the last buffets to switch over to this concept.

The price has also increased as well. Previously, it was $41 for adults for dinner and $22 for children (ages 3-9). The price as of October 8th was stated as $44 for adults and $24 for children. This is following the trend of what we have seen elsewhere throughout the resort.

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Shut-ers
3 years ago

#merciparis

Jenna
Jenna
3 years ago

We took our daughter there when she was under 2 years old and she ate from our plate. They still charged us for her!

Erin Elaine Shenkir
Erin Elaine Shenkir
3 years ago
Reply to  Jenna

Wow. Probably what CM you get. Our son was technically an adult last time since he was 11 and they asked his age when we sat down, but when they brought the ticket they only charged him for a child. He only ate a pretzel roll and a cookie, but I was glad for the small bit of kindness.

Crisanda Bravo
3 years ago

They won’t be happy until it’s $500 a day per person to enjoy everything :(

Sulley
Sulley
3 years ago
Reply to  Crisanda Bravo

It’s almost as if they are running a “for profit” company and you are considered a customer, and not their friend. Weird isn’t it?!

UncleDisney
UncleDisney
3 years ago
Reply to  Crisanda Bravo

As long as people are willing to pay, prices will always go higher and higher. Simple price inflexibility curve. Econ 101.

Also, $500/day per person to enjoy “everything” would be a steal!!
Suite at the Grand Floridian, park tickets included, daily breakfast and lunch at signature restaurants, access to Club 33, nightly dinner at Victoria and Albert’s, daily use of boats and guided tours, unlimited snacks and beverages, including alcohol… tell me where to sign up!!! For a family of 4, that’s only 2 grand…you can’t even stay at a moderate resort on the DDP for that!

Ajhsys
Ajhsys
3 years ago

Disney has to pay for the increase in wages somehow. It is either raise the cost of admission or raise the cost of everything you buy or eat. Basic economics. Here’s the rub…if you don’t pay the price for the food by bringing in your own lunch, the prices will have to go even higher.

Ruth
Ruth
3 years ago

Glad we went at the beginning of the month and got the lunch buffet for 9 people. Bill was still over $500