Fuel your day in the heart of Florida with the best breakfast the city has to offer. Orlandoans do not skimp on breakfast, with concept restaurants, artisan bakeries, traditional southern fare, and more. Whether you’re theme-park going, convention-heading, or tourist-playing, there’s something for everyone, every morning.
This Colonial Center breakfast and lunch destination bills itself as a “sweet and savory bakeshop.” Satisfy your sweet tooth with homemade moon pies, shortbread and an assortment of bar cookies. On the savory side, you can enjoy sausage sandwiches on homemade biscuits, comfort food standards like chicken pot pie, meatloaf sandwiches and a rotating selection of quiches.
White Wolf Café
Located in the antique district of Ivanhoe Village, from homemade cinnamon buns to crab cake eggs benedict, this bohemian take on traditional breakfast fare will have you never wanting to leave its cozy interior!
Keke’s Breakfast Cafe
Keke’s is budget friendly, unique, and a destination for tourists and locals alike. The Pina Colada French Toast, filled with pineapple, coconut and cream cheese should not be missed.
Highball and Harvest
Right on the Central Florida Parkway, Highball and Harvest features a classic breakfast with generous portions for theme park goers needing a boost for their day. Experience all of the Southern fare Florida has to offer with their expansive breakfast buffet.
Got a sweet tooth? Don’t miss Fortuna. With sweets as delicious as they are beautiful, we won’t tell anyone if you skip your typical eggs and toast for one of their famous elephant ears.