My family has been on two Disney Cruises now. Going in to the second one, we felt like we knew a little bit more about what we wanted to book. A must have for us was the Disney Junior Breakfast. When we go to Disney World, we always make sure to book the Disney Junior Breakfast as Hollywood Studios. My daughters are 4 and 5 so they actively watch the shows and are huge fans of the characters. They are always excited to meet them, and we knew it would be no different on the cruise.
When you go on a Disney Cruise, there are lots of extras you can book that actually don’t cost you a thing! These include the special Princess Meet and Greets and the Disney Junior Breakfast. All you have to do is book it prior to your cruise date on the Disney Cruise website. There are many times to choose from each morning of your cruise. The tickets to attend will be in your stateroom once you board. That’s it!
If you have little ones that watch Disney Junior, than this breakfast really is a must do! It took about 45 minutes to eat and enjoy our morning and in that time we met several characters. We got to see Sofia (from Sofia the First), Jake (from Jake and the Neverland Pirates), Doc (from Doc McStuffins), and even Mickey Mouse! My girls were thrilled! We just sat at our table enjoying breakfast and the characters came around to us.
I know I have boasted about the food on the Disney Cruise Line before, and this breakfast was no different. The menu was not only clever, but the food that we ordered was delicious. My youngest had Sofia’s pancakes and asked Sofia if Baileywick made them. She got so excited when Sofia nodded!
Clips from our favorite Disney Junior shows were being played on the screens at the Animator’s Palate while we enjoyed our breakfast. This is a MUST DO if you have little ones. If you plan to attend a special event on your cruise, I highly recommend booking them as soon as possible as they can fill up pretty fast.
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Tessa Smith is a Rotten Tomatoes Tomatometer-approved Film and TV Critic. She is also a Freelance Writer. Tessa has been in the Entertainment writing business for almost ten years and is a member of several Critics Associations including the Hollywood Critics Association and the Greater Western New York Film Critics Association.