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Reservations Now Open for New Character Dining Experiences at the Hotels of the Disneyland Resort

Alex Dunlap

by , Food & Beverage Content Relations Coordinator

Looking for that extra bit of Disney magic to add to your Disneyland Resort trip? If so, I’ve got some exciting news for you! Reservations are now available for Mickey’s Tales of Adventure Character Breakfast at Storytellers Cafe and Donald Duck’s Seaside Breakfast at Disney’s PCH Grill. These dining experiences both start on July 10 and are the perfect way to start your Disney day.

Mickey’s Tales of Adventure Character Breakfast

Mickey’s Tales of Adventure Character Breakfast
At Disney’s Grand Californian Hotel & Spa, guests dining at Storytellers Cafe will join Mickey Mouse and his friends for Mickey’s Tales of Adventure. Discover the fun with your adventurous storyteller, Mickey, as he welcomes you into his immersive tales of adventure through his magical Adventurer’s Journal. Enjoy a bountiful Farmer’s Market Buffet of all-you-care-to-enjoy breakfast specialties, including made-to-order omelets, Mickey waffles, fresh-baked goods and seasonal fruit. Mickey’s Tales of Adventure will be offered Monday-Thursday, 7-11:30 a.m. and Friday-Sunday, 7 a.m.-2 p.m. Click here to book your reservations!

Donald Duck’s Seaside Breakfast
Over at Disney’s Paradise Pier Hotel, Donald will be reunited with his heart-throb Daisy at Disney’s PCH Grill, and is bringing all the beachy fun with him! Soak in those rays and catch some waves on the dance floor with Donald, Daisy and Stitch as you chow down on an all-you-care-to-enjoy breakfast buffet. Try the build-your-own-parfait stations, chef’s signature flatbreads, egg white frittatas, chilaquiles, smoothies, smoked salmon and more. Little dudes and dudettes will love the Mickey waffles, Minnie pancakes, Bananas Foster French toast and a selection of hot and cold cereals, sausage, bacon and seasonal fresh fruit. Donald Duck’s Seaside Breakfast will take place Monday-Thursday, 7-11 a.m. and Friday-Sunday, 7-11:30 a.m. So if you want to hang out with Donald and friends while chowing down on some delicious grub, click here to book your reservations.

Remember, reservations fill up fast, so be sure to reserve your spot today by visiting the links listed above or by calling (714) 781-DINE (714 781-3463) between 7 a.m. and 9 p.m. daily Pacific Time.

Comments

  • Do we know who Mickey’s friends might be at Storytellers?

  • Is there any way to bring back a Princess character meal?? WDW has multiple and DLR now has none due to Ariel’s Grotto closing….

  • Are these considered premium or regular? There are two sets of prices given at the individual web pages which is confusing. On a side note, still hoping that the princess breakfast will return one day.

  • we go to disneyland in october for the first time, my baby loves koda, i hope he does not disappear

  • Yes! Just a few more days and I can book the weekend after! I’m excited to see the new character changes!

  • What happened to Chip ’n Dale Critter Breakfast

  • I love these, but I miss Ariel’s Grotto 🙁

  • Yes… will there be any character meals with the princesses since Ariel’s Grotto is closed? My girls would LOVE a chance to dine with the princesses. We were just in Disneyland/CA Adventure three weeks ago and that was the only thing missing from our trip. I was quite sad about it.

  • Answering my earlier question… both of these new dining experiences are considered premium. The only regular-priced character meal will now be Breakfast in the Park with Minnie.

  • Regarding the princess breakfast, that was our very favorite and I’m sure the favorite of many many others. Before all the change-ups, there was exactly one character meal per hotel and one per park. So eventually there should be a character meal back in California Adventure. But having that be a princess meal is doubtful. What I’m hoping for (even though it will take to 2021), is for a princess meal to be at the newest hotel. Assuming of course Disney goes with the original “pattern” of having one meal per park and one per hotel.