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Disney Princess Breakfast is Coming to Disneyland Resort’s Napa Rose In March

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I can’t even count how many times we’ve been asked about Disney Princess dining at Disneyland Resort. This popular form of character dining has clearly been missed since Ariel’s Grotto closed in early 2018. Fear not, you and your family can dine with princesses again starting on March 30, 2019 with Disney Princess Breakfast Adventures. The new venue for the princess breakfast will be Napa Rose, which is inside Disney’s Grand Californian Hotel. Don’t worry non-princess fans, it looks like this won’t affect the usual operations of the restaurant. Napa Rose will still offer its normal menu during dinner hours, which is the only time it’s been open in the past.

Here’s what’s included in Disney Princess Breakfast Adventures:

  • Three-course breakfast.
  • Disney Princesses stop by your table (although Disney has not confirmed which ones).
  • Specialty coffees.
  • Whatever this means: “girls and boys will let their imaginations soar as they delight in enchanting activities that highlight what makes the Disney Princesses unique.”
  • A personal Princess portrait moment and “fun takeaway bag”.
  • 5 hours of complimentary parking at Disney’s Grand Californian Hotel.

All of this comes at a hefty price, $125 per a person (for adults and children). Tax and gratuity not included. Disney Princess Breakfast Adventures will be offered Thursday through Monday, from 8:00 am to 12:00 pm. Reservations can be made up to 60 days in advance by calling Disney’s dining line, (714) 781-3463, or on the official Disney website.

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Guy Selga Jr.

Disneyland writer for TouringPlans.com and co-author of the Unofficial Guide to Disneyland. Also a Disneyland local and appreciator of Disney theme park history. Twitter and Instagram: @guyselga

2 thoughts on “Disney Princess Breakfast is Coming to Disneyland Resort’s Napa Rose In March

  • Andrea D.

    I’m not quite naive enough to surprised by this announcement (the location or the expense)—and I’m glad there will once again be a princess meal at DLR. But I had hoped for a while that the conversion of River Belle Terrace to table service and the resumption of breakfast service there would lead to a princess meal in Disneyland Park. Tiana would be a lovely hostess!

  • $125?! Wow. That seems way higher than WDW, even in cinderella’s Castle.


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