This is one side of the restaurant. As you can see it is warm, cozy feeling.
There are many of these large paintings of either storytellers or stories on the walls.
Aren't these backlit shadow lighting fixtures that are around the room great?
They add a nice, warm glow.
There are many quotes around the room like this one above the wood carving.
Love the detail on the lights in the waiting area.
I really liked this quote!
Marty Dorf designed many rooms and restaurants for Disney, including some work on Storytellers.
This is the one page lunch menu. If you click on it you can see a larger version.
Aunt Diva got the Cobb salad for $14.99.
She said not only was pretty, but it was very tasty and exactly what she wanted. It was big though!
Sister Diva got the Four Cheese Ravioli for $16.99.
She said it was nice and light and had a really good flavor. The whole roasted garlic cloves were a little strong for her so she just picked them out. Other than that she really liked it!
Momma Diva got the Fire Roasted Vegetable Soup for $6.99. She said it had amazing flavor. It had a bit of a spicy southwest flavor to it and you could taste that the veggies were roasted.
Overall, we really liked Storytellers for lunch. We appreciated that they had big meals available and also some lighter things as well. Storytellers is highly recommended by the Diva family.
There is an entrance back into California Adventure just a few paces from Storytellers that enters the park right by Grizzy River Run. This is an entrance for hotel guests only, but if you pay for a meal at one of the restaurants and you show them your receipt and park ticket, you can enter there. It's so much faster than going out and around to get in the main entrance.