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08-11-2007, 03:25 PM
We will be having a breakfast at Storytellers when we are in DL. Can anyone tell me what is available in the buffet there?
Thanks in advance!

08-11-2007, 03:44 PM
Absolutely - plain scrambled eggs, usually a poached salmon, hickory smoked bacon, lots of fruits, lots of breads and pastries, cereals, Mickey Mouse waffles, sausages. It's a really nice selection with lots of plain things as well as "fancy" things for the adults.

08-11-2007, 03:49 PM
Thanks Shawna - we did Goofys last year and loved it but I believe this buffet is a lot smaller! Never mind, we don't need to eat THAT much!

Can't wait til we go!

08-11-2007, 03:54 PM
You're right. We usually do Goofy's quite a bit over our trips but we hit all the character meals at least once. I prefer Storyteller's for breakfast actually and they do have some of the get down and dance time for the kids, just different than Goofy's. It's a little nicer atmosphere and the interaction isn't quite as overwhelming at Storyteller's. We still love it and I love their foods for breakfast the best of all the character meals. We're junkies on character meals - but I promise you, you're still going to be very very full. lol...

08-11-2007, 04:05 PM
Here's a link to the menu at storyteller's http://*****************/grandcalifornianrestaurants/storytellers/storybreak.html
I love that you can also order off the menu if a buffet is not your thing. Here's a cut and paste list of both the buffet and menu:

September 2006

Character Breakfast

Characters you might see: Terk, Chip and Dale, Koda, and Brer Bear

Farmers Market Buffet

$21.99 Adults
$11.99 Children (3-11)

English Muffin
Cinnamon Rolls
Cream Cheese
Fresh Fruit
(watermelon, cantaloupe, strawberries, pineapple, honey dew,
grapes, apples, oranges, pears)
Country Gravy
Scrambled Eggs
Eggs Benedict
Omelets Made to Order
French Toast

The Regular Menu

American Breakfast
Two jumbo farm-fresh eggs, with choice of spicy chicken sausage,
hickory smoked bacon, or ham. Includes roasted country potatoes,
sliced seasonal fresh fruit and choice of toast.

Grand Steak and Eggs
Two jumbo farm-fresh eggs, and a grilled New York Steak.
Includes roasted country potatoes, glass of juice and choice of toast.

Huevos Rancheros
Two jumbo farm-fresh eggs sunny side up with crispy corn tortillas
and black beans. Topped with roasted tomato salsa, cheddar cheese,
sour cream, grilled flour tortillas, fresh avocado and Cilantro.
Includes a glass of juice.

Eggs Benedict
Jumbo poached eggs atop grilled Canadian Bacon and toasted English muffin.
Served with Hollandaise sauce and roasted country potatoes.
Includes a glass of juice.

Classic Denver Omelete
Three jumbo eggs with bell pepper, onion, ham, chives and jack cheese.
Includes glass of juice and choice of toast.

Spanish Omelet
Three jumbo eggs with onions, peppers, black olives, button mushrooms.
Topped with a roasted tomato sauce.
Includes a glass of juice and choice of toast.

California Omelet
Egg whites with diced plum tomatoes, fresh basil and baby spinach.
Includes a glass of juice and choice of toast.

From the Griddle

A Mickey Waffle
a Micky shaped waffle with whipped sweet butter and Vermont pure maple syrup,
plus hickory smoked bacon. Includes a glass of juice.

Buttermilk Griddle Cakes
with orange butterand hickory smoked bacon. Includes a glass of juice.

Old-fashioned Banana Stuffed French Toast
Sliced thick with sweet whipped butter, and Vermont pure maple syrup plus hickory
smoked bacon.


Coffee, Tea Soda

All Juices
Small $2.59 Large $3.79

Specialty Drinks




Cafe Mocha

Irish Coffee

Keoke Coffee

B-52 Coffee

Spanish Coffee

Bloody Mary



Kir Royale

Menu subject to change. Prices do not include tax or gratuity.

08-11-2007, 05:01 PM
Yum - thanks for the link, almost forgot the eggs benedict!

08-11-2007, 06:31 PM
What "get down and dance time" do they have? We were there in May for almost two hours and they did not do anything with the children (besides do the regular rounds to the tables, which took 2 hours). I knew it was more laid back then Goofy's but I kind of missed the good character interaction. It was nice to see the woodsy characters all in one setting.

08-11-2007, 06:42 PM
They usually do congo lines and skip to my Lou dances around the restaurant that the kids can join in on. They did NOT do it when we were there last October, but they did do it in February and April. It's not as big or as organized as Goofy's though. Unfortunately you're not the first who has said that about Storyteller's, but when they are "on it" at that meal, it's fantastic!