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Breakfast With Santa In Tampa and Orlando for Jolly Family Fun

Breakfast with Santa is a great way to let your kids see the big guy up close and personal. Fill the season with holiday cheer with one of these great breakfast with Santa options.

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Breakfast with Santa Tampa Bay

Santa poses on the Yacht StarShip for Breakfast with Santa in Tampa Bay - Image from Yacht StarShip
Breakfast with Santa in Tampa Bay – Image from Yacht StarShip

Santa Brunch Cruise With Yacht StarShip

When: December 11 & 18, 12:30pm – 2:30pm
Cost: Tickets start at $59.95 for adults and $44.95 for kids 2-12

Santa is soaking up a little sunshine with brunch on Yacht StarShip. Cruisers get a chance to snap a special photo with Santa at boarding, followed by tasty brunch and great views from the deck.

The whole ship will be decked out with holiday cheer. Yacht StarShip promises enchanted surprises during the two-hour cruise.

GFWC Tampa Woman’s Club Breakfast With Santa

When: December 3, 8:30am – noon
Cost: Tickets begin at $40 and include one adult and one child

This fun family event will be held at the Tampa Woman’s Club on Davis Islands. Tickets include a digital photo with Santa, breakfast with Mrs. Clause (pancakes, eggs, sausage, juice, coffee and one mimosa per adult).

Kids will be able to participate in crafts and take home a goodie bag. Families can also enjoy winter wonderland-themed selfie stations. A VIP ticket ($80) gets you a little extra time with Santa and an exclusive story time with Santa after brunch. 

Tickets are timed entries, so be sure to buy for the time you’d like to arrive.

Additional kids can be added for $15 when you buy your tickets (if you would like two separate pictures with Santa, you’d need to get a separate $40 ticket). Adults can be added for $10.

Breakfast with Santa at Weeki Wachee Springs State Park

When: December 10, 11, 17 & 18, 2022
Price: $8 for kids ages 3-11, $16 for adults 12 and older, kids 0-2 are free

Breakfast with Santa is back at Weeki Wachee Springs State Park! This is a chance to join the jolly old elf at the beloved state park for a morning of pancakes, eggs and more! There will be plenty of photo opps with Santa, the elves, and of course…the mermaids!

Breakfast with Santa at Veterans Memorial Park in Oldsmar

When: December 10, 2022 from 9 am-10:30 am
Price: Tickets start at $10 per person

Join Santa for a special Breakfast at the park. Several seatings are available. You can expect sweet photos with Santa and a special gift.

Breakfast with Santa at Countryside Mall

When: December 3, 2022 from 9:30 am-11 am
Price: Children $5, adults $10. Family pack 2 adults, 2 kids for $25

Snag your reservation ASAP to see the big guy at Countryside Mall. Breakfast will be from Bacon Street Diner and there will be story time with Ms. Clause and photo ops. Kids 2 and under are free, but must be included in your reservation.

Centro’s Lunch & Movie with Santa Claus

When: December 3, 2022 from 11 am-2 pm
Price: Members: $10 for kids, $5 for adults. Non members: $15 for kids, $20 for adults.

Not quite breakfast, but enjoy lunch from Tony’s Ybor Restaurant and catch a showing of Polar Express on the big screen at Centro Asturiano. Don’t worry, there’s a Santa photo op, too!

Breakfast with Santa at the Station

When: December 17, 2022 from 8:30 am-10:30 am
Price: $10 per person, kids under 2 are free but must sit on your lap

Come one, come all! Who doesn’t love breakfast with Santa? Visit Palm Harbor Fire Rescue Station 66 and meet Santa and Sparky the Fire Dog while you eat some pancakes and sausage. Reservations can be made for 8:30-9:30 or 9:30 – 10:30 and you can take your own photos with Santa.

Breakfast with Santa at Seminole City Park

When: December 17, 2022 from 9 am-10:30 am & 11 am-12:30 pm
Price: $7 per person

Have breakfast with Santa at Seminole City Park. There will be two seatings and tickets can be purchased at the Seminole Recreation Center Office.

Breakfast With Santa Orlando

Breakfast With Santa at Maria & Enzo’s

When: November 26 & 27, December 3,4,10,11,17-24
Price: Prices start at $50 for adults and $30 for kids

Get the Santa experience at Disney Springs! Maria & Enzo’s is offering a festive family-style Italian breakfast complete with the big guy himself. The event includes a meet and greet with Santa and his elves, a family photo with Santa, takeaway treats, kid-friendly activities and a mimosa for the adults.

Reservations are for an hour and a half each so be sure to arrive on time. A $5 per person upgrade allows you to be in the first group to meet Santa.

The Grinch dining with visitors
Photo Credit: Universal Orlando

The Grinch & Friends Character Breakfast

When: Select dates November 12 – December 29
Price: $41.99 per adult and $26 per child (ages 3-9)

Planning a Universal trip for the holidays? Have breakfast with a Seussified Santa – The Grinch. The Grinch and his Who-ville friends will start the day with you at Circus McGurkus inside Universal’s Islands of Adventure.

Tickets get you one digital download of a photo of a character interaction and include breakfast with themed foods and specialty treats. Don’t forget, the price does not include the cost of admission to the park.

Minnie’s Holiday Dine at Hollywood & Vine

When: Begins Nov. 8
Price: $35 for kids & $59.99 for adults

The big guy won’t be present, but Minnie Mouse’s Holiday Dine is perfect for your little Disney fan. This is a holiday-themed meal at Disney’s Hollywood Studios (admission to park is not included in price).

Get a chance to see Minnie and her friends with festive decor and themed menu items. For the big Santa and Disney fans, here’s everywhere you can find the big guy at Disney World.

READ MORE: Here’s how to plan the perfect character dining at Disney

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Ciarra Johnson
Ciarra Johnson
Ciarra is a Florida native and UCF grad. She spent nearly a decade in television news before moving to Tampa and transitioning to marketing and PR to promote tourism in Tampa Bay. She now manages social media and is a contributing writer for Tampa Date Night Guide, Orlando Date Night Guide and Tampa Bay Parenting Magazine.

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