I just have a question here. I was wondering dose anyone know the time that breakfast last at Storytellers Cafe. I have never ate there and I see that the characters are there for breakfast time only and well I want to know how long it is for.
I'm not sure how long it lasts, but I've noticed the earlier you get there the longer you spend with the characters. On our last trip, my mom and I were there for breakfast at 7 and Koda spent a good 10 minutes hanging out by our table. Also, one of the chipmunks came over and sat down with us and pretended to eat our Mickey waffles.
I think as the morning goes on they tend to do more dancing and putting on a show for people because they can't make it to all the tables.
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Thx well that will not work for me. When my family gets to Disneyland we get there by 11. I would like to come earlyer but my mom is picky on what time we leave the house. I was hoping the place would stay open until 1 at less for Breakfast.
They will accept you right up to 11AM, I think. At 11:30 they start closing down the buffet. You know, it's customary to eat breakfast at breakfast time. It really is worth getting up a little early for. Another good character dining breakfast buffet is Plaza Inn. Very similar, but with better characters, in my opinion (Minnie & Friends, including Chip & Dale, Capt Hook, Gepetto, Tigger, Pooh, Rafiki, Max (Goofy's son), Fairy Godmother from Cinderella, and I may have missed some. We love Capt Hook and when he comes round to our table, we begin chanting "Hook! Hook! Hook!" with fists raised into the air. He always reacts to that. The times for this brunch are similar. There is a third character dining brunch at Paradise Pier in the PCH Grill, currently called Lilo & Stitch Aloha Breakfast but being re-themed to "Surf's Up." I recommend calling the Disney Dining number to get times on character dining experiences (and to make priority seating arrangements, which is strongly recommended). Have Fun!