45. You Can Meet Minnie and Friends at Cape May Café
If you like meeting the fab 5 (minus Mickey), then Cape May Café at Disney’s Beach Club Resort is a great place to do so. Unfortunately, Mickey doesn’t appear here, but it’s not as popular as Chef Mickey’s, so reservations are fairly easy to get.
44. Narcoossee’s is Now Serving Sunday Brunch
It’s around $70 a plate and includes an alcoholic drink, an appetizer, your entrée, and a dessert plate. Dishes include things like, Chicken and Waffles, Steak and Eggs, and Lobster Eggs Benedict.
43. And So is California Grill
"Brunch at the Top" is also jumping on the brunch bandwagon and is serving brunch options. The menu features fresh, market-driven dishes and a number of light cocktails.
42. There are Multiple Places You Can Get Sushi
Disney World is a great place to try all different kinds of foods and if sushi is something you want, there are a few different places you can get some. Kona Café and Morimoto Asia are just a few.
41. Dessert is Included in Dining Plan Meals
If you love dessert, you should know that it is included with all your meals if you are on the dining plan (except for breakfast).