Reservations Open for Narcoossee’s Waterfront Brunch

narcoossees© Disney

Reservations are now open for Narcoossee’s Waterfront Brunch, which will begin service at the Grand Floridian Resort on November 22, according to the Disney Parks Blog. The Sunday morning brunch service will begin with a choice of Champagne, Mimosa, or signature Bloody Mary for adults or a smoothie for kids. The shared pastry basket will feature house-made chocolate and traditional croissants, muffins, Danish, and pecan sticky buns paired with Vermont cultured butter and seasonal jam.

narcoossees-pastries© Disney

For appetizers, guests can choose from Onion Soup Graitnee, Shrimp and Grits (below), Seafood Charcuterie, Artisanal Cheese Selection or Romaine Salad. Entrees include Brioche French Toast, Lobster Eggs Benedict, Chicken and Waffles, Freshly Caught Seasonal Fish, Steak and Eggs and more. A trio of desserts completes the meal.

Florida Fresh Shrimp Debuts at Epcot Garden Fest© Disney

Pricing is $69 for adults and $41 for children, age 3-9. For reservations, visit DisneyWorld.com/dine, or call 407-WDW-DINE.

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5 responses to “Reservations Open for Narcoossee’s Waterfront Brunch

  1. Food sounds good. Price seems very high… but that’s the way things are going at WDW. If you’re on the meal-plan, you get the impression you’re getting a great deal for your “meals”… If you’re self-pay, you get the impression that you’re paying too much.

  2. It does seem high for a plated meal, but the restaurant is considered a Fine/Signature Dining experience, so that premium should be considered. And thinking about the breakdown of what’s included – Cocktail, Pastry, Appetizer, Entree, Dessert – it makes a bit more sense. You just need to order what would likely be considered the most expensive appetizer and entree if it were priced a la carte. 😉

  3. I agree with Nora; that seems spendy. Narcoossee’s has always felt like one of the most casual of Walt Disney World’s Signature restaurants to me, and I can’t imagine the atmosphere there will be all too different from, say, the Grand Floridian Café and its very similar menu offerings. Maybe service will be slightly less glacial, though.

  4. The menu sounds good, but I have to agree about the price seeming high for this type of meal. It wouldn’t be a total bust for those who go for the seafood or steak options, but for someone wanting french toast for breakfast it’s a rip-off. When I saw the cost I thought this would be more along the lines of the brunches at Palo on the cruise lines given the cost.

  5. I have to admit, Palo’s brunch came to mind! I don’t want to think about what a Remy brunch-type experience would cost.