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Special Disney Dining Opportunities (continued)
Special Disney Dining Opportunities (continued)
On Sundays from 10:00 am to 3:00 pm, Ralph Brennan’s Jazz Kitchen puts on their Brunch Fest with a special brunch menu and live jazz. Diners order off the menu—there’s no special price for the brunch. Note that the music typically begins at 10:30 am and ends at 2:30 pm. For more information on Ralph Brennan’s Jazz Kitchen, see page 229.
If you're hoping to get a great view of Fantasmic!, consider a Fantasmic! Dining Package. For a set price, you'll get a starter, entree, and dessert at selected restaurants, plus a Fastpass for reserved viewing of the nighttime show. The River Belle Terrace package is $41.99/adults and $21.99/kids, ages 3-9. Aladdin's Oasis has a Grab-and-Go package with Fastpasses for $19.99/adult and $13.99/kids, ages 3-9. The best viewing area is reserved for those guests who purchase a package at Blue Bayou. Cost is $61.00/adult and $23/kids, ages 3-9 and includes a seat cushion you can sit on during the show. Reservations for dining packages can be made 60 days in advance by calling (714) 781-DINE or online. Note: at the time of this writing, Fantasmic! is closed due to construction of Star Wars Land. These packages will be unavailable until the reopening of this show.
World of Color Dining Packages offer a reserved spot for World of Color and a 3-course prix fixe meal at Ariel's Grotto, Wine Country Trattoria, or Carthay Circle for lunch or dinner. Depending on the restaurant, these packages can be pricey, but if you plan to dine at one of these locales and want a good spot for World of Color, they can be a great option. At Ariel's Grotto, only dinner packages are offered (cost is $48.58/adult, $26.98/child 3-9). Wine Country Trattoria offers both lunch ($34.55/adult, $22.66/child 3-9) and dinner packages ($48.58/adult, $26.98/child 3-9). Carthay Circle offers both the premier dining experience and prime viewing for World of Color: cost is $44.29/adult and $23.76/child ages 3-9 for lunch, and $66.96/adult and $27.01/child ages 3-9 for dinner. Lastly, the World of Color Dessert Party offers reserved seating (the only package that allows guests to actually sit!) and a variety of desserts and sparkling beverages for $79/person. Packages are non-refundable if World of Color is cancelled. Reservations for dining packages can be made 60 days in advance by calling (714) 781-DINE or online.
With the popularity of Disney California Adventure's newest stage production, Frozen - Live at the Hyperion, Disney has now begun offering premium packages that provide priority seating in addition to special experiences before and after the show. The Frozen Pre-Show Package includes a reception in Stage 17 with desserts and drinks before the production, along with some photo ops and the chance to to join in a magic spell to summon Elsa's powers. Cost is $49/person, plus tax. The Frozen Pre-Show Plus Lunch Package offers the pre-show reception as well as a three-course lunch at Carthay Circle for $99/adult and $79/child, plus tax and gratuity. For the ultimate viewing experience, the Frozen Signature Dining and Behind-the-Scenes Package offers the pre-show reception, a 4-course dinner at Carthay Circle, and an exclusive behind-the-scenes experience at the Hyperion after the show. Cost is $299/person, plux tax and gratuity.
Club 33, a very special dining opportunity, is only for members and their guests. It’s not unusual for a non-member to get invited by one of their connections, however, so if you do get an invitation from a friend or business associate, don’t turn down this rare and special opportunity. We had the good fortune to be invited by colleagues and had a memorable meal here with them. Pants are required for men (no shorts allowed), and guests generally dress up for the occasion—slacks and a polo shirt or sportcoat for gentlemen, a sundress or slacks for the ladies. More information on page 103.
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