The arts and crafts style interior design of Napa Rose at Disney’s Grand Californian Hotel always made us feel like we were in a modern day fairy tale, now Disney’s favorite fairy tale princesses will have a home there too. The all-new Disney Princess Breakfast Adventures offers guests a one-of-a-kind occasion where diners can share magical moments with Disney Princesses while enjoying a special, three-course breakfast at the award winning restaurant.

The Napa Rose is the Grand Californian’s signature restaurant and the price for this character breakfast dining experience matches the aspirations of its guests. Adults and Children will be asked to pay $125 each plus tax and gratuity.

For that price the guests will be able to partake in enchanting activities, intimate story time, a private portrait location and premium keepsakes along with their breakfast and meetings with some of Disney’s princesses. It also includes 5 hours of complimentary parking with validation at the hotel.

Here’s a preview of what you can expect on the menu:

Cold Starters
Begin your experience with options for both kids and adults that include a Sunrise Citrus and Vanilla Bun with Raspberry Glaze, Assorted Fruit Slices and Berries and an Egg Custard Served in its Shell with Parmesan Crisp and Ketchup Caviar.

Hot Offerings for Kids
Young princesses and princes will enjoy a selection of items like House Made Mac & Cheese, Mini Chicken & Princess Waffles and Beef Sliders.

Hot Offerings for Adults
Menu items for adult Guests include Shepherd’s Pie, Slow Braised Short Ribs and Pork Belly.

On the Side
An array of side dishes like Roasted Seasonal Root Vegetables & Heirloom Potatoes, Artisan Breakfast Sausage, Bangers and more, are also available.

Desserts Family Style
Satisfy your sweet tooth with Chocolate Princess Cake Pops, White Chocolate Slipper with Strawberry Ganache, Petite Fruit Tarts and more!

The new Disney Princess Character breakfast begins on March 30th. Make your reservations on Disneyland’s website or call (714) 781-DINE up to 60 days prior to your visit.

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  1. EdvardMunch Reply

    If anyone is willing to pay $125+ per head to eat mac ‘n’ cheese, shepherd’s pie, and ketchup caviar for *breakfast*, I’ve got a bridge on the East River I’d like to sell you.

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