Walt Disney World adds two new premium dining experiences

May 2, 2019, 5:26 PM · Disney is offering a couple of new dining experiences for fans looking for something extra special on their Walt Disney World vacation.

The new Signature Celebration Package at Cinderella's Royal Table includes a meal inside the Magic Kingdom's iconic castle restaurant, plussed with reserved access to viewing the Happily Ever After fireworks show and Tomorrowland Terrace's After Fireworks Dessert Party. Reservations are available now for seatings beginning in August.

The package costs $199 for adults and $169 for children ages 3-9 and includes a sparkling wine greeting (with a specialty beverage alternative for non-drinkers). Dinner includes a starter and main course, as well as visits from Cinderella and other Disney princesses. After getting a box of Cinderella-inspired confections to take away, it's off to the West Plaza Garden viewing area to watch the show, before finishing the evening at the dessert party.

Lion King Dining Experience

For a more food-focused experience, Disney is offering a themed three-course meal at Jiko – The Cooking Place at Disney’s Animal Kingdom Lodge. This one is themed toDisney's The Lion King and starts June 30, for a limited time. The Lion King Dining Experience's cost is $69 per person and includes a "I Just Can’t Wait to be King" starter, with Young Cedar Creek clam malata, potatoes, pomegranate, and a bone marrow finish. The main course, "Be Prepared," is a choice of Bone-In Ribeye or Lobster Sosatie with red shrimp, squid, mussels, and rice. Dessert is "Hakuna Matata," chocolate choux with caramelized orange. The meal finishes with, "Can You Feel the Love Tonight?," a selection of friandeses and teas.

Reservations for these experiences and other dining can be made by calling Disney's dining reservation line at 407-WDW-DINE [+1-407-939-3463].

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Replies (1)

May 3, 2019 at 8:11 AM

For $69 that better be the best tasting sponge served on a bed of mossy dirt I've ever eaten!

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