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Disneyland Breakfast Discontinued

Disneyland Breakfast Discontinued, hopefully a temporary situation. As of July 2nd, 2021 some breakfast has resumed. Limited offerings.





What do you typically do for breakfast on your Disneyland Park days? Did you hear Disneyland Breakfast is Discontinued? I noticed that there are no breakfast menus currently in the Disneyland app from the list of restaurants that will be open. This might be problematic for some who typically start their Disney days with breakfast in the parks.  You are definitely going to need a back up plan!


Certainly the lack of breakfast offerings in both parks might be a temporary situation. You definitely need to have a plan on what to do because speaking from experience you don’t want to start off your Disneyland day hangry!


DISNEYLAND GLUTEN FREE BREAKFAST 
(as of July 2, 2021 limited options are back)



Disney Resort Hotels


Disney Grand California Hotel

  • Storytellers Cafe (reservation only)
see chef for menu option


  • Grand California Craftsman Grill

Gluten/Wheat Allergy-Friendly Egg White Scramble 

Scrambled Egg Whites with Spinach and Asparagus topped with Avocado and Roasted Tomato 
 
 

Gluten/Wheat Allergy-Friendly American Breakfast 

with Scrambled Eggs, choice of Bacon or Sausage, Fresh Fruit 
 
 

Gluten/Wheat Allergy-Friendly Kid's Breakfast Plate 

with Scrambled Eggs, Turkey Bacon, Fresh Fruit and choice of Small Lowfat Milk or Small DASANI® Water. Meets Disney Nutrition Guidelines for Complete Meals without substitutions

Disneyland Hotel

  • Tangaroa Terrace Tropical Bar & Grill

Gluten/Wheat Allergy-Friendly American Breakfast 

Scrambled Egg, Bacon, and Sweet Potato Hash, served with a Pineapple Wedge 
 
 

Gluten/Wheat Allergy-Friendly Açai Chia Breakfast Bowl 

Acai Purée blended with Bananas, Strawberries and Coconut Milk, layered with Chia Seed Pudding and topped with Granola, Berries and Cacao Nibs 
 
 

Gluten/Wheat Allergy-Friendly Disney Check Meal - Junior Scramble 

Scrambled Egg, Sweet Potato Hash, Pineapple Wedge, choice of Bacon or Turkey Bacon and choice of Small Lowfat Milk or Small DASANI® Water. Meets Disney Nutrition Guidelines for Complete Meals without substitutions

Disneyland Resort Park

  • Jolly Holiday Bakery & Cafe
It is unclear if they have gluten free breakfast choices. They do have gluten free lunch/dinner so maybe they can accommodate?

  • Red Rose Taverne

Gluten/Wheat Allergy-Friendly Breakfast Platter 

Scrambled Eggs, Taverne Potatoes, and choice of Hickory-smoked Bacon or Sausage



Disney California Adventure Park

  • Pym's Test Kitchen

It is unclear if they have gluten free breakfast choices. They do have gluten free lunch/dinner so maybe they can accommodate?

  • Lamplight Lounge
They offer a brunch menu on select days. I have not yet seen a gluten free menu but I imagine they could accommodate.


Downtown Disney District

  • La Brea Bakery
No menu available online but I was told they can accommodate.



Disneyland Breakfast Back Up Plans:


  • Walgreens on S. Harbor has several gluten free food choices to purchase prior to breakfast you can have them ready to eat in your hotel room. (this specific location only)


  • Use Instacart or other grocery delivery service to bring breakfast items the night before, you can store in your hotel room refrigerator.

  • Bring food from home or stop off at a grocery store to pick up essentials.


  • Denny’s has a gluten free menu you can dine in or take it to go.


  • Skip breakfast & eat early lunch in the Park.


  • Downtown Disney might have some dining reservations like La Brea Bakery & Cafe you can sit down to dine before heading into the Parks. (most don't open until later in the morning)


  • Some hotels offer breakfast BUT they might not be offering them at this time or there are no gluten free options.


Another thing to keep in mind is currently the health restrictions for Disneyland state that you can not eat or drink while you are in line for attraction or walking around the theme park. You must be seated either at a designated dining area that has tables or off to the side away from other Park guests.  So my best suggestion is to eat before you even start to head to the main gates of Disneyland.