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Coronado Springs’ Pepper Market to Test New Buffets

2 December 2011 No Comment

Guests heading to Disney’s Coronado Springs Resort in Walt Disney World this holiday season will now have a new food option to try. The Disney Food Blog and Walt Disney World for Grownups have reported that the resort’s counter service restaurant, the Pepper Market, will test a new buffet this winter for breakfast and lunch.

The buffet “test” will take place at the restaurant from December 4, 2011 through January 4, 2012. Breakfast will cost $14.99 for adults and $8.99 for children, and lunch will cost $16.99 (adults) and $9.99 (kids). For guests using the Disney Dining Plan, the buffets will be available on the plan for a counter service meal credit.

During the buffet’s testing phase, the resort’s full service restaurant, Maya Grill, will not be serving breakfast. Dinner will remain unchanged at both Pepper Market and Maya Grill.

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