New 'Royal Couples' character breakfast coming to Trattoria al Forno

Feb 01, 2017 in "Trattoria al Forno"

Posted: Wednesday February 1, 2017 4:03pm EST by WDWMAGIC Staff

Trattoria al Forno at Disney's BoardWalk will soon be home to a new "Royal Couples" character breakfast.

Featuring popular characters from favorite Disney stories like “Tangled” and “The Little Mermaid, the new offering is planned to begin in late Spring 2017. The line-up is subject to change, but expect to see Ariel and Rapunzel along with their princes, Eric and Flynn Rider.

Pricing and menu details are still to be announced.

Trattoria al Forno opened in December 2014 and currently serves breakfast and dinner.

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MisterPenguinApr 11, 2017

Well, you can take a seat, but it doesn't go anywhere.

21stampsApr 10, 2017

We will! Thanks!

Kman101Apr 10, 2017

I'd give Tangled a try. It's fun.

21stampsApr 10, 2017

He absolutely loved Frozen for about a year after it came out.. he won't admit that he likes it now...but I know he still He's watched Moana and Brave countless times. Those are really the only 2 "princess" movies that he enjoys. I don't think he considers them "princessy" Besides those 2 and Star Wars his fave Disney movies are Swiss Family Robinson, The Black Cauldron, and The Sword and the Stone.

Kman101Apr 10, 2017

Probably. Flynn plays a large role. I'm unique I guess but I'm a guy and not exactly their target demo. I really enjoyed it. What other movies has your son seen that he liked in terms of "princess movies"? Just trying to maybe get an idea ... I felt it was far more enjoyable than Frozen which I felt wasn't the same as past Princess movies. That's just me. I know it wasn't at all geared towards me LOL but it just felt ... different than all the movies before. I didn't think it was a bad movie per say but I feel like other Disney movies better appealed to all demographics.

21stampsApr 10, 2017

I edited my above comment before I read this. Is it something a boy would like?

Kman101Apr 10, 2017

It's a pretty good movie, actually. I feel like Tangled was right on par with the classic Disney princess movies. Wish it had a ride representation somewhere.

21stampsApr 10, 2017

Me? Nope. Never seen Tangled. I did just google the character right after I posted that ETA- just googled the movie to see when it came out. 2010, my kiddo was born in '10 and didn't see his first movie until Frozen came out at the movie theater. We do watch the older Disney movies on Hoopla..and I've bought a few on a iTunes.. but he's never asked for Tangled and I've never recommended it.

Kman101Apr 10, 2017

You've never seen Tangled? That's Flynn Rider

21stampsApr 10, 2017

I didn't realize that Minnie's Seasonal Dine did not offer autographs. I wonder why. The Disney Jr meal does

21stampsApr 10, 2017

I have no idea who this is. Lol. Sorry.

Channel One TVApr 10, 2017

I miss the Breakfast at Tony's in MK. The Free Cinnamon Rolls with breakfast were the Best!!! Yes Free!! but that was 18 years ago....

drizgirlApr 10, 2017

I think that's more reasonable since those characters can be easily met elsewhere. It's rotten if they're doing it with characters that aren't out every day in the parks (Eric and Flynn).

IanDLBZFApr 10, 2017

There is Minnie's Seasonal Dine, which is a non-signing character dining.