The Disneyland Resort is about to introduce a new character dining experience... at its highest price yet.
According to the Disneyland website, Disney Princess Breakfast Adventures will debut in the Napa Rose dining room at Disney's Grand Californian Hotel & Spa in late March. The character meal will be offered only at breakfast, when the Napa Rose isn't serving, so the new character experience is not replacing any other meal at the resort. If anything, perhaps we can consider this new meal a replacement for the Ariel's Grotto experience that Disney closed and converted into the Lamplight Lounge with the opening of Pixar Pier.
The cost? Put in a call to the Royal Treasury, because this character meal will set up back $125 per person (adults and children). That makes it by far the most expensive of the five character meal experiences at the Disneyland Resort. (The others are the Minnie & Friends breakfast in Disneyland's Plaza Inn, the Mickey's Tales of Adventure Breakfast and Brunch Buffet at the Storytellers Cafe in the Grand Californian, Goofy's Kitchen at the Disneyland Hotel, and Donald Duck's Seaside Breakfast at the PCH Grill in Disney's Paradise Pier Hotel.)
What sets this meal apart? We won't know for certain until it opens, but this is the Napa Rose — widely acclaimed as the best restaurant at the Disneyland Resort. Granted, this is breakfast, but with first courses including a "Sunrise Citrus and Vanilla Bun with Raspberry Glaze" and "Egg Custard Served in its Shell with Parmesan Crisp and Ketchup Caviar," this won't be your typical Disney breakfast buffet.
Disney also is promising "enchanting activities that highlight what makes the Disney Princesses unique" as well as special keepsakes, which makes this experience seem a bit more like the west coast version of Walt Disney World's Perfectly Princess Tea than a typical character meal. That one now costs $333.64 plus tax for an adult and one child, compared to the $250 you'd pay for the same duo at this new Napa Rose meal.
Reservations for dates starting March 28 are now available on Disney's website. The Disney Princess Breakfast Adventures meal will be offered Thursdays through Mondays between 8am and noon.Tweet
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