The newest restaurant at Disney's Wilderness Lodge has pared-back its operating schedule a bit.
Our friend Tony Caselnova from the Disney Parks Podcast reports that Geyser Point Bar & Grill is no longer serving breakfast. Both the dining room and carry-out window now open at 11:00am daily to serve lunch to guests.
Geyser Point debuted back in the winter of 2017. The waterfront establishment was added as part of a multi-year resort renovation project during which hundreds of the resort's hotel rooms were converted to Disney Vacation Club timeshares dubbed Copper Creek Villas & Cabins.
Wilderness Lodge's other counter service dining establishment--Roaring Fork--continues to offer an all-day dining menu including breakfast selections. Whispering Canyon Cafe is also available during breakfast hours.
Although Disney has yet to make a formal announcement, Artist Point restaurant is still not accepting reservations beyond November 2018. Artist Point is currently branded a "signature" dining establishment and is only open for dinner. Rumors persist that use of the venue will be expanded, perhaps to include a family-friendly character breakfast.
Once we learned that we didn't even eat there (and no one else was either), and went over to Roaring Fork instead. So, it doesn't really surprise me they decided to scrap breakfast totally now, no one was eating there anymore from what we saw.
Personally I think they simply didn't do a good enough job of letting people know about the breakfast there, and it isn't easily visible from the lobby. Rather than trying to promote it, they just scaled back in January, now have just given up on it. It's too bad, since our lunch there was great, and it really is a wonderful location.