Taste of Hollywood to Go Holiday Fantasmic! Dinner Package - PassPorter News Bulletin

Taste of Hollywood to Go Holiday Fantasmic! Dinner Package

PassPorter's Walt Disney World News Bulletin

  Published 11/21/2012 by PassPorter News / Filed in Walt Disney World

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Holiday crowds make seating, whether in restaurants or at attractions, a precious commodity. Disney's Hollywood Studios is addressing the issue this year with the Taste of Hollywood to Go Fantasmic! Dinner Package. As with the traditional Fantasmic! dinner package, your meal includes seating at that evening's Fantasmic! show (your choice of shows, based on availability). The twist is that your meal is a picnic, so you can eat when and where you wish, such as the seating areas at the park's counter service restaurants. Adults choose from five cold meals: fried chicken, cold cut-style roast beef, Cajun shrimp salad, tuna sushi roll, or a veggie sandwich. All come with two side items, soft drink, and dessert. The kid's meal features a turkey and American cheese wrap. Meals can be picked up at Min & Bill's Dockside Diner between 11:00 am and 8:00 pm. Adult meals are $15.99, kids meals $5.49, and can be purchased with one Disney Dining Plan quick-service credit. The package is available for dates between December 22, 2012 and January 5, 2013, and can be reserved now at 407-WDW-DINE (407-939-3463). A credit card hold is required with reservation, the 24-hour cancellation penalty is in effect, and full payment is made at meal pickup.

  This news bulletin updates page 243 of PassPorter's Walt Disney World 2012.

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