Breakfast with the characters at Disneyland is a great adventure. The food is good. There are so many different characters to see your child will really get to interact with them instead of just a quick shot and go. I’m glad we decided to do it. Read more to hear about my family’s experience.
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To celebrate my friend’s son’s birthday she planned on going to breakfast with the characters at Disneyland. She asked if we would want to go with them since we have decided our sons are best friends. We said yes and it ended up being more fun than I expected and a really good meal.
When we arrived and checked in. Disneyland recommends having reservations for all of their dining experience, although sometimes you can get lucky without them. We were taken to our table after getting a quick group shot taken. The cast member takes photos with his camera, but they are willing to take one with your own if you ask. It turned out great. It is nice to have a picture of everyone. The boys even looked at the camera.
Once we arrived at our table we were told we could go to the buffet when we please. My son is allergic to peanuts so the chef came to our table to learn about his allergies and brought a special tray of food just for him and told me what foods to avoid at the buffet line. The Disneyland staff is always very helpful when it comes to allergies or other special requests.
Even before my friend and I had gotten are food the first character had stopped by. The boys sat and smiled with him. It was fun to see them interact with Max. While our hubbies were getting their food another character arrived to say hi. We would take a few bites of yummy food and then snap some pictures with the various characters.
My son would wait patiently (most of the time) for the next character to arrive and with arms open wide would run into the different characters arms. He loved giving hugs and kisses. I think the characters enjoyed his affection as well.
We left full and happy we were able to see so many different characters in such a short period of time. I never would have done this if my friend had not invited me to go with them, but it was such a fun experience and the food was really good. I actually think we may do it again one day.
For planning purposes. The Disneyland website rates this as $$, adults cost $29.99, children $15 and 3 and under are free. 🙂 See Disneyland’s website for more details.
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