Cape May Cafe

Cape May Cafe Pricing, Breakfast & Dinner Menus Revealed Ahead of May 18th Reopening

Along with the dinner service at Chef Mickey’s, Cape May Cafe at Disney’s Beach Club Resort is finally reopening this month, on Tuesday the 18th to be exact! And thanks to the Walt Disney World website, we now have a much clearer idea of what will be served when both breakfast and dinner return to Cape May Cafe!

Cape May Cafe

Breakfast

Breakfast at Cape May Cafe costs $25 per adult and $14 per child plus tax and gratuity. It is marketed as “all you care to enjoy”. The menu is fairly simple and standard fare, with an assortment of pastries including a Croissant, Multi Grain Croissant, French Rolls, “Lobster Tail” pastry filled with Pastry Cream, and Mini Muffins with Butter, Jelly, and Chocolate-Hazelnut Spread. Additionally, mixed fresh fruits and yogurt parfaits will be available, as well as a breakfast platter with Mickey Waffles, Buttermilk Pancakes, Brioche French Toast, Cage-free Scrambled Eggs, Bacon, Breakfast Sausage, Crispy Potato Barrels, and Beef Hash.

Dinner

To top off your day at Cape May Cafe will set you back slightly more than breakfast, at $42 per adult and $25 per child plus tax and gratuity. The “Family-Style Feast” fare at Cape May Cafe will include House-baked Breads and Accompaniments, a Seasonal Harvest Salad, The Turf Platter with slow-roasted strip loin, oven-roasted lemon pepper chicken, mashed potatoes, and farmer’s market vegetables, a Seafood Boil with PEI mussels, peel-n-eat shrimp, Cape May clams, sustainable catch of the day, red bliss potatoes and corn. Snow Crab Legs are available for an additional $29 per pound, and a Whole Steamed Lobster is available for $35.

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Additionally, beer, hard cider, and seltzers will be available to Guests dining at Cape May Cafe for dinner. Inquire with your server for prices.

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A number of alcoholic as well as a few non-alcoholic cocktails are also on the menu.

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If your tastes are aimed more towards the finer things in life like wine, no need to fret, for wine by the glass or bottle is also available during your dinner.

Although Minnie’s Beach Bash Character Breakfast and the Seafood-and-More Dinner Buffet will not return at reopening, this is still a pretty fair compromise, and we look forward to when the full Cape May Cafe experience can return to Disney’s Beach Club Resort! As we mentioned previously, Cape May Cafe reopens Tuesday May 18th, and Guests may make reservations beginning May 7th. Are you excited to return to Cape May Cafe? Be sure to let us know in the comments!

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Shelby
Shelby
6 months ago

So excited! Its sad to hear that crib legs will cost an additional $29 per pound considering they were included unlimited with the buffet pricing.

Charlotte
Charlotte
6 months ago

Have been looking forward to a reservation. However, seriously, $29 a lb for crab legs. Ridiculous!! Don’t think I’ll have issues with a reservation.

Bob
Bob
6 months ago

I didn’t see any mention of the New England Clam Chowder, which was my favorite part of the original buffet. I hope there will still be opportunities to order it “a la carte” in future.

David P
David P
6 months ago

No more crab buffet? Stick a fork in us, after 35 years and 4 dinners per year, we’re done. Disney sucks.

Adam
Adam
6 months ago

Wow, that is terrible.

John Bowman
John Bowman
6 months ago

cape may cafe is now one of the worse restaurants on disney property ! Use to be one of the best.

Tom Corless
Admin
6 months ago
Reply to  John Bowman

Based on our experience, you may have the backwards.

John Bowman
John Bowman
6 months ago
Reply to  Tom Corless

They tried to do away with the buffet before and that lasted two weeks. Ask the servers that have been there a while, My favorite till now. Only ever went for dinner. It’s all about savin a buck. Any thing that is decent and has any value will disappear in the name of making a nickel. SAD