Rainforest Café and T-Rex Café offering a buffet with Santa events
The T-Rex Café and Rainforest Café at Disney Springs will have breakfast with Santa Claus events. If you’re an adult with no children, the idea of attending might be a modern take on one of the lowest levels of the classic work, Dante’s Inferno. However, if you have kids, this combination of Santa Claus and a themed restaurant might be perfect. These special breakfast buffet events take place on the weekends of December 3, 4, and 10 and 11.
At the Rainforest Café on December 3 and 4, this event will take place.
According to their website, customers can meet Santa Claus and the Rainforest Café’s mascot, Cha Cha, while enjoying a delicious breakfast. Plus, guests can take photos, write special letters to Santa, enjoy holiday activities, and win prizes. Plus, customers will get an exclusive retail discount. The breakfast menu includes French toast, bacon, eggs, potatoes, sausages, cookies, fruit and more. Breakfast is from 09:00 to 10:00 both days.
Tickets for this event must be purchased through their website, not the Walt Disney World website. The cost of breakfast will be $34.21 for adults and $20.05 for children ages 3-9. These prices do not include sales tax or service charges for online purchase.
Now, if the following weekend suits you better, the T-Rex Café will also host a breakfast with Santa Claus. On their website, the details look similar. At the T-Rex Café you also meet Mrs. Claus according to the website. The breakfast buffet menu has slightly different dishes than the Rainforest Café. At T-Rex Café, the breakfast menu includes pancakes, waffles, honey-glazed ham, “build your own omelettes”, bacon, eggs, potatoes, sausages, fruit, pastries, etc Although we can’t be sure, the T-Rex Café seems to offer a much better buffet. However, since these are both restaurants in Landry, the buffet could end up being the same. One thing is for sure, the price of the event will be the same.
I wish you good luck if you wish to attend these events. I wish you good food. Also, that the children who accompany you have a good time. Remember that places will be limited. As always, eat your way!
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