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It is great to dine at a Walt Disney World Park or at a restaurant at the various resorts. Sometimes however, you will just want to grab a quick bite to eat or drink. That’s why in today’s post we will be looking at one of my favorite dining options, the Port Orleans Riverside food court. This food court has many options for your convenience. Directions to the food court are very simple. Let’s say you are staying at that resort and you want to go to the food court. Depending on which building you are staying at, you will probably have to go over the bridge once you go out of your room. As you are on the trail, you will go to the left. You will walk a little more straight toward the big red building. Once you enter the doors the food court is on the right. You will go up the ramp and there you are. Now, let’s talk about the food options. For breakfast, you will have your basic food selections. A common favorite is the breakfast platter which consists of all your basic breakfast food necessities. It has eggs, bacon, pancakes and waffles. My personal favorite is the option to build your own omelet. With this option, you can basically tell whoever is cooking your food what you want in your omelet. It is a great option if eggs do not fill you up alone. If you have children with you, the Port Orleans Riverside food court has basically the same food options but in a smaller portion. When you enter the food court, all of your options are displayed for you on giant boards above where they cook the food. There are about 3 to 4 stations for you to choose from. As far as drink options are concerned, this food court’s options consist of chocolate and white Mickey milk, orange juice and water. You can also make your own coffee or tea. As far as price goes, the food court is one of the best values you can get. Nothing on the menu is above eight dollars. The way you pay for your items sort of remind me of a cafeteria as if you were in school. What you do is order and receive everything you want as far as food and drinks are concerned. Then, once you are done ordering your food and drinks, you then go up to the cashier and pay for your items. Granted, the Port Orleans Riverside food court is not the most upscale option in the world. However, it’s a great food alternative to start your day. If you have been to Walt Disney World and have been to the Port Orleans Riverside food court for breakfast, what is your favorite breakfast item on their menu? If you have never been to Walt Disney World, what is your favorite breakfast food in general? Please comment below and let the world know your thoughts. Next time on Beyond the Castle, we will take a look at that same food court at Port Orleans Riverside. Only next time, we will observe the lunch and dinner menu. Until then, as always, have a magical day!

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