Disney Introducing Monorail Resort Restaurant-Hopping Experience, “Highway in the Sky Dine Around”

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Walt Disney World has just announced a new dinner experience that will involve monorail hotel hopping and much more around the “Monorail Resorts” near the Magic Kingdom:

Join us for a progressive dinner unlike any other—with sumptuous offerings at 3 Disney Resort hotels.

Your Dine Around adventure begins at Disney’s Contemporary Resort, where you’ll check in at The Wave… of American Flavors restaurant. Relax and mingle with your fellow diners, enjoying a welcoming appetizer and specialty cocktail before setting off on your epicurean odyssey. Bon voyage and bon appétit!

First stop: Disney’s Polynesian Village Resort—where you’ll feel as if you’ve arrived in a far-flung tropical paradise. Celebrate the spirit of the South Pacific and luxuriate in the charm of this exotic retreat, with an enticing variety of island-inspired libations and appetizers.

Then it’s time for a change of scene and cuisine—as the monorail transports you a world away: to the opulent Victorian-style Disney’s Grand Floridian Resort & Spa. Step inside and step back into a bygone era of elegance and gracious hospitality. You’ll be escorted to the award-winning Cítricos restaurant where we invite you to settle in amid the refined ambience as you’re treated to a special Chef’s main course selection. Afterward, gather in the splendidly appointed lobby to sip champagne and savor a selection of artisanal cheeses.

Board the monorail once more to return to Disney’s Contemporary Resort for the culmination of your evening. Here, you and your Dine Around companions will retire to a private patio to enjoy an indulgent assortment of desserts, cordials and coffee. From this exclusive location, watch in wonder as the Wishes nighttime spectacular fireworks light up the night over Cinderella Castle—a musical, magical grand finale to your one-of-a-kind dining adventure.

-Price: $150 per person plus tax; gratuity included.
-The Highway in the Sky Dine Around is offered select Tuesday, Friday and Saturday evenings.
-Reservations must be canceled at least 24 hours in advance to avoid forfeiting the full price of the experience.
-Check-in takes place at The Wave… of American Flavors at Disney’s Contemporary Resort at the time of your reservation. Please arrive 15 minutes ahead of check-in time.
-Guests must be 21 years of age or older to consume alcoholic beverages. A valid form of government identification will be required to verify your age.
-Please alert the host at check-in regarding food allergies. Wherever possible, alternative dining selections will be offered.
-Disney dining plan entitlements may not be redeemed for this event.
-Discounts and promotions are not valid for this event.

Dining experience is subject to change; fireworks experience is subject to change or cancellation without notice.

The event is bering offered starting December 2nd, 2016 and is being offered on Fridays, Saturdays, and Tuesdays starting at 6:45pm through March. It can be booked online here. The event will close the 4th floor patio at the Contemporary to other guests on those evenings.

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Disney Pete
Disney Pete
3 years ago

So basically Disney’s creativity has boiled down to “let’s see what people do on their own and start charging for it”. Sad.

Monkeypoopants
Monkeypoopants
3 years ago
Reply to  Disney Pete

And anything they try to do is never good enough for you.

Disney Pete
Disney Pete
3 years ago
Reply to  Monkeypoopants

Moan much?

Monkeypoopants
Monkeypoopants
3 years ago
Reply to  Disney Pete

About a fraction as much as you do….

Disney Pete
Disney Pete
3 years ago
Reply to  Monkeypoopants

Is that what you tell yourself? If you do, is not working.

Rose
Rose
3 years ago

Monorail is just too slow. We waited over a half hour last month at the contemporary to go to the magic kingdom and walked because we were missng the not so scary halloween.

Debbie Shaw-Burke
3 years ago

another cash grab. This is getting really upsetting . Mr. Disney must be turning over in his grave. Is it not enough that the Disney corporation has made a ridiculously amount of money in their movies, 7 billion if I am not mistaken. The parks are supposed to be a place where families can AFFORD TO GO WITH THEIR kids to enjoy the time spent together not spend their families savings together. I have been going to the parks for many years and have enjoyed EVERY single trip. But now I think twice. IT’S GETTING TOO EXPENSIVE AND Disney will… Read more »

Monkeypoopants
Monkeypoopants
3 years ago

The parks haven’t been an affordable destination in 25 years. And you will still shell out your money to visit them.

Echo
Echo
3 years ago

Disney will continue to increase pricing until they reach a point where revenues decrease due to demand elasticity.

As long as total revenue continues to increase, there is no reason to reduce costs. If they start to see revenues decrease from incremental price increases they will back the prices down to the maximum level that still increases revenue.

Disneyland and Disney World have always been about generating as much revenue as possible. If they can make more money from fewer people, I’m going to have a better time in the park.

Warrington College of Business
Warrington College of Business
3 years ago
Reply to  Echo

A fellow econ major, yes?

Earl Watt
3 years ago

We will definitely plan on doing this the next time we go. We love to visit the resorts for meals, anyway, and returning to watch the fireworks will be a plus. It’s a little pricey, but a progressive meal along the monorail route is a great way to experience a number of great venues in one evening. This is a great idea, and the magic of the monorail to get from one to the next is perfect!

Disney Pete
Disney Pete
3 years ago
Reply to  Earl Watt

Something you coulnd’t have done for free otherwise without the upcharge, right? People are so willing to pay for things that are free…

eastyorkdisneyfan
3 years ago
Reply to  Disney Pete

people will pay anything if you give them a good spot for a fireworks show.

Disney Pete
Disney Pete
3 years ago

If it’s new and not previously free, yes. If it’s taking away then hell no!

Adina
Adina
3 years ago
Reply to  Disney Pete

If you add up the cost of all the food and drinks you’ll consume, then there really isn’t an upcharge. Yes, it’s something you could do on your own but this gives you a little structure, a seat in a nice restaurant and a view of the fireworks. You’d spend this type of money eating at California Grill, which is the most overrated restaurant at Disney…..now you get a better meal, several drinks and desserts and still get the view.

Echo
Echo
3 years ago
Reply to  Adina

It may also help with monorail logistics if they hold trains or save space for patrons of this dining option.

Anonomouse
Anonomouse
3 years ago
Reply to  Earl Watt

Thanks for your exciting input Disney Markwting intern. You almost made me believe it’s actually something cool and not a quick cash grab.

Monkeypoopants
Monkeypoopants
3 years ago
Reply to  Anonomouse

I love how every positive commenter on this site is accused of being a shill for Disney.

I know you are but what am I
I know you are but what am I
3 years ago
Reply to  Monkeypoopants

I love how Disney gets interns to get here and defend the interns that are defending their bad ideas.

Monkeypoopants
Monkeypoopants
3 years ago

Something something tin foil hat….

Warrington College of Business
Warrington College of Business
3 years ago
Reply to  Monkeypoopants

I don’t believe there are any Disney people on here period. Well said, tin foil hats for all!

elbodans
elbodans
3 years ago

I don’t understand why everyone is so enraged lately about the extras being offered by Disney. If you think they are too expensive you can just not do them and it will affect your Disney trip not at all. This is a neat idea, thought I’d probably skip it due to cost and instead add an additional two nights to my trip. I get to make that decision. Magical!

Disney Pete
Disney Pete
3 years ago
Reply to  elbodans

The problems is people being OK for being charged to view the fireworks from a free spot (Contemporary’s 4th floor terrace, which is where this i supposed to be happening). Plus, taking away that free spot for viewing the fireworks. The problem is you can visit those same restaurants & watch the fireworks in that same spot without paying extra. People do that now. But Disney just wants to gauge you for doing it? Is their creativity limited to asking CM’s what people do for free and then charge them for doing so? It would be great if they do… Read more »

Anonomouse
Anonomouse
3 years ago
Reply to  Disney Pete

Not to mention that there is absolutely nothing specific about what you’ll be served which is usually code for what we’re serving you is about to go bad, or is so cheap that it in no way is worth the $150.

elbodans
elbodans
3 years ago
Reply to  Anonomouse

I guess I assume more information about the menus will be released after it actually begins, whether by Disney or by bloggers. I did the Wanyama Safari years ago (a good example of something being added that didn’t detract from anyone else’s experience) and the meal itself was worth the cost. So I suppose I just have high hopes.

Echo
Echo
3 years ago
Reply to  elbodans

That really is a great experience. The night time safari for AKL guests is totally worth it too.

Monkeypoopants
Monkeypoopants
3 years ago
Reply to  Disney Pete

But then you would be complaining that Disney is wasting money to build such viewing areas and not putting it into the parks where you think it belongs. And you would still complain about them charging for it.

Tim
Tim
3 years ago
Reply to  Monkeypoopants

It’s not about adding, it’s about taking away. Sure build something that’s unique and special and charge whatever you want, but don’t take away something that once was free or already included and charge for it without making it unique or special.

Disney Pete
Disney Pete
3 years ago
Reply to  Tim

What Tim said

Christiaan Grové
3 years ago
Reply to  Tim

Business not charity. Check your entitlement at the door. Don’t like it, don’t spend your money at Disney.

elbodans
elbodans
3 years ago
Reply to  Disney Pete

I suppose I’m ok with the charge since it includes meals and (from what I can tell, alcoholic) drinks. Would we spend $150 per person doing this on our own? Probably not. But honestly, it would be close. Ok–we have done this on our own and it was close. An entree and a drink, with tip, at Citricos could run in the range of $70pp alone. Two drinks at a resort bar, with tip, $35. So this doesn’t seem that insane to me, I suppose. Well, not any more insane than the idea of spending that much on a night… Read more »

Martin
Martin
3 years ago

No one is saying you have to do this, you can still do you own monorail crawl but this is a fun way to enjoy it and get special viewing of fireworks. Some people will complain about anything Disney does. If you don’t like it don’t go simple as that… what do you expect Disney to just offer these things for free?? $150 per person isn’t bad for a full meal with drinks at Disney….

Disney Pete
Disney Pete
3 years ago
Reply to  Martin

No, you can’t. Disney will take over the 4th floor terrace at the Contemporary for this event. That’s the beef. This is the spot rumored for this upcharge.

Monkeypoopants
Monkeypoopants
3 years ago
Reply to  Disney Pete

It’s as if they think they own the Contemporary and can do whatever they feel like with it….

Disney Pete
Disney Pete
3 years ago
Reply to  Monkeypoopants

It’s as if they serve you bad food and you want to pay more than they ask for it.

Dan
Dan
3 years ago
Reply to  Disney Pete

I think this guy Martin is a certifiable sucker. Or works for Disney. Or is only 5 years old on his mom’s computer.

Think McFly!
Think McFly!
3 years ago
Reply to  Martin

Do you not understand what the term PRIVATE patio means? As in reserved only for those paying.

Martin
Martin
3 years ago
Reply to  Martin

Disney after all is a business, they are entitled to charge for whatever they want. Why don’t they have a right to charge for parking at their resorts. It’s life and you don’t get anything for free. I was charged for parking at a non-Disney hotel and I was a guest staying there… the only reason they are going to start charging for parking at the he resorts is because people are abusing it, it’s not right that someone staying at the hotel can’t find parking… if you don’t like it then don’t do it, as simple as that… I… Read more »

Monkeypoopants
Monkeypoopants
3 years ago
Reply to  Martin

Now is not the time for rational thoughts like this.

ME WANT FREE EVERYTHING!!!

Martin
Martin
3 years ago
Reply to  Monkeypoopants

Lol… I know what was I thinking?

Disney Management
Disney Management
3 years ago
Reply to  Martin

Yea, why can’t these fat sheep we call Disney customers just give us their money without having to give them anything in return? I mean, most suckers go for it!?

Lillian
Lillian
3 years ago

Considering I spent $100 at California Grille with apps, entree, dessert, and wine with tax and a generous tip, this isn’t outrageous, so long as the food is good.

DsnM
DsnM
3 years ago
Reply to  Lillian

Food good at Disney. Used to be. Notice how many restaurants now over crammed with tables and food quality sinking? This up charge doesn’t even mention what you get. It’s up to Disney. Good luck with that! More power to you if it strikes your fancy.

Martin
Martin
3 years ago
Reply to  DsnM

I’m not sure what restaurants you are referring to? I have yet to have a horrible meal at Disney…

Decker
Decker
3 years ago
Reply to  Martin

You haven’t eaten at WDW lately then. Or your wife cooks like ass. Disney really started trimming back the quality of their food, and increasing capacities, and tripling down costs over the last several years.

Don't Order the Welsh Pub Burger
Don't Order the Welsh Pub Burger
3 years ago
Reply to  Decker

Hahahaha, it’s funny because it’s true. The food is crap now that the 20% AP discount is in play. And 13$ for a counter service poop burger? All is lost. Hail Drumph.

S.I.R.
S.I.R.
3 years ago

Bon Voyage!

Mike Anderson
Mike Anderson
3 years ago

I LOVE this!! Can’t wait to do it! Such a cool idea and totally worth it for me!

(Disney Pete, just FYI, with all due respect, I’m entitled to my own opinion, so please don’t try to make a snippy remark in response to my comment telling me why my excitement for this is “wrong” or worthy of a complaint from you)

Monkeypoopants
Monkeypoopants
3 years ago
Reply to  Mike Anderson

But you are a member of Disneys PR team because you like the idea!

DsnM
DsnM
3 years ago
Reply to  Mike Anderson

Mike you are entitled to your opinion, and if you’re legit, rock on and enjoy it! That said, I can’t help but think a sucker born every second is true.

Disney Pete
Disney Pete
3 years ago
Reply to  Mike Anderson

Are you the only one entitled to your opinion?

Mike Anderson
Mike Anderson
3 years ago
Reply to  Disney Pete

Disney Pete – I’m entitled to my opinion, you’re entitled to yours – everybody is entitled to their own opinion, period. I’m not nagging on you for your opinion and it isn’t right for you to nag on anyone else for theirs. Disagreeing is fine, but you should really calm down on here.

D.T.
D.T.
3 years ago
Reply to  Mike Anderson

Disney Pete needs a valium shoved up his poop shoot…painfully and forcibly some times. He thinks anyone who doesn’t think identically to him is a troll.

Disney Pete
Disney Pete
3 years ago
Reply to  D.T.

How creative is Disney’s PR with their stupid responses. No, I will not shove the same thing you have up your caboose to love Disney when they whip you. Go with your masochism somewhere else if criticism hurts you.

Rest your case DT
Rest your case DT
3 years ago
Reply to  D.T.

I think he proved you right by his response DT. Wow.

Andrea
Andrea
3 years ago

Soon will have to pay to ride Monorail anyhow, so not surprised. Food and Wine next year supposed to charge to park at any Epcot resorts unless you’re an overnight guest. Sounds like another viewing spot of fireworks is up for a fee only. Soon likely will be an up charge to watch fireworks from any resort, and eventually, from property. Monorail also all fun and games, unless electrical smoke or fire, then, you’re toast. Looking at half hour before help comes. I know…should’t worry. Should be naive and just hand over my wallet and stop going if I don’t… Read more »

Monkeypoopants
Monkeypoopants
3 years ago
Reply to  Andrea

What did I just read?

Andrea
Andrea
3 years ago
Reply to  Monkeypoopants

English. Probably not taught where you’re from.

Kenny
Kenny
3 years ago
Reply to  Andrea

You have a very…idiosyncratic writing style.

Monkeypoopants
Monkeypoopants
3 years ago
Reply to  Andrea

Keep Making America Great Again!

Frank
Frank
3 years ago

Did I miss it or isn’t the actual menu noted?? What about allergies?? What about if I want to go, but don’t like what they are serving. I would think knowing the menu before you book would be paramount. I can’t imagine paying $ 150/person and finding my wife is allergic to what they have or its something I really am not into. I really don’t think that is asking too much to have a menu noted. It shouldn’t be up to the discretion of the chefs at the time of seating.

Anonomouse
Anonomouse
3 years ago
Reply to  Frank

Well how else do you expect them to get rid of all their food that’s about to expire? They’d just be wasting food and causing more waste causing harm to the environment. Don’t you care about the environment Frank?!?!? Also you just tell them about any allergies and they’ll tell you exactly what you can eat when you arrive or make an alternative dish that doesn’t have the ingredient.

Monkeypoopants
Monkeypoopants
3 years ago
Reply to  Anonomouse

Where are you getting this insane idea that the food they will be serving is bad?

A. Rho
A. Rho
3 years ago
Reply to  Monkeypoopants

From going to the parks and seeing how they’ve been operating their “specials” and “special events” for the last 7-10 years. The Wave is doing terribly, stuck in the basement of the Contemporary, while stores with shelves blocking the view were put upstairs when they closed Concurse Steakhouse to move it to the basement as the Wave. One bad decision from Disney deserves another. Bad restaurant move, lets put people in monorail and then they’ll fell special to go to underutilized, not well rated food spot, and pay more!

Kenny
Kenny
3 years ago
Reply to  Frank

Their position on allergies is noted on the page: “Please alert the host at check-in regarding food allergies. Wherever possible, alternative dining selections will be offered.”

I very much agree that it’s pretty disappointing that Disney would offer a dining experience charging ~$200 (after drinks and tax) without actually detailing what the dining options are. I would guess that you pretty much get to choose from the menus at each individual restaurant, in which case I believe there’s a pretty decent selection, but it’s poor that you don’t get to know this in advance.

Charles
Charles
3 years ago

Enh…I’m mixed. I agree that I like to freestyle my bar/restaurant hopping, but doing something cool with the monorail…I’m in. If Disney really wanted to “plus” this, add a new monorail all together … an entire train of monorail dining cars continuously circling the express track in between the passenger trains. I frequently ride the monorail when I don’t need to go anywhere just because I like the monorail. A dining monorail would refresh the highway in the sky with a fun idea & unique experience that I think people would feel good about paying for.

Disney Pete
Disney Pete
3 years ago
Reply to  Charles

I wouldn’t be against it either if they were making a new spot to watch the fireworks at the Contemporary or taking the people to California Grill’s terrace. Heck, at those prices, they could use one of the theme park view rooms as a viewing spot for this. I might even be making a reservation for it if was so. But taking a free viewing spot for this? Cheap on so many levels.

Monkeypoopants
Monkeypoopants
3 years ago
Reply to  Disney Pete

So if takes up somewhere you don’t go like the California Grill you are fine with paying $150 per person for bad food that you think is going to expire?

Disney Pete
Disney Pete
3 years ago
Reply to  Monkeypoopants

It seems that, in your haste to troll, you mixed opinions from different people to troll about. Make sure you’re answering to someone who actually said what you’re complaining about.

Monkeypoopants
Monkeypoopants
3 years ago
Reply to  Disney Pete

You mean one of your comments in reply to mine above where you complain about being served bad food? I think you need to keep both of your accounts stories straight (Disney Pete and annonomouse).

Disney Pete
Disney Pete
3 years ago
Reply to  Disney Pete

I said bad food as in poorly prepared, bad tasting; not about to expired. There was someone else who implied food could go bad as in about to expire and that’s why he thought this event was created.

You’re not even good at trolling

Charles
Charles
3 years ago
Reply to  Disney Pete

The “free viewing spot” perspective actually doesn’t bother me at all. Disney taking a spot that’s included and making it private is common anymore. For example: I purchase tickets for the Magic Kingdom, but I have to leave early on select nights in October for Not-So-Scary Halloween Party unless I pay almost the price of another day’s ticket. I love Not-So-Scary…think it’s really well done, but I paid to go to the Magic Kingdom. Now sure, if I’m staying at the Contemporary or on property, I might go to the patio in question; but I’m not paying specifically for access… Read more »

Keith
Keith
3 years ago

Booked it today for our Feb. trip. And one positive is that many of you will not be around that evening with your parsimony, thin skin, food allergies and other sanctimonious douchey afflictions. Hopefully, they will soon raise the price…in case any of you types decide you might save up your allowance/government checks for a night out.

Monkeypoopants
Monkeypoopants
3 years ago
Reply to  Keith

That’s the spirit!

Disney Pete
Disney Pete
3 years ago
Reply to  Keith

Right you are. You’ll be among people like you, fools who like to pay for free stuff.

Martin
Martin
3 years ago
Reply to  Disney Pete

You are not paying for the “free” terrace you are paying for the experience, food and not to be on an overcrowded terrace with people you didn’t pay a cent to be there… I guess you would be upset if they made you stay at the hotel to use their pool and said “free” terrace? Is it fair that a paying guest at the hotel can’t find room on the terrace because of the free loaders?

Disney Pete
Disney Pete
3 years ago
Reply to  Martin

Damn, no wonder Disney is making these paid events, so many suckers to be had…

Martin
Martin
3 years ago
Reply to  Disney Pete

I’m not a sucker, I am just someone that realizes it’s worth paying for an exclusive event. I’m willing to pay for the ability to avoid crowds and I have the money to afford it. Disney is not an affordable place, you pay for everything and I am ok with that. I’m sorry if you can’t afford it or are unwilling to pay. There are many other things you can do for free, Disney isn’t one of them and they don’t have to be.

Disney Pete
Disney Pete
3 years ago
Reply to  Disney Pete

If you had money, you’d stay at a 3 bedroom suit with theme park view at Bay Lake Towers. Instead, you’re being a sucker for a spot that’s free.

Decker
Decker
3 years ago
Reply to  Disney Pete

Martin, a sucker would never know it by definition. You’re not going to avoid a crowd. You are going to be hurled into least popular spots, when they’re least busy, fed most profitable food by Disney. That said, if it makes you happy, you be you girl!

Martin
Martin
3 years ago
Reply to  Decker

If you are being “hurled’ into the less popular spots then what’s the big deal who cares if they use the “free” terrace for there event? I’m sorry but the monorail crawl on a Friday and Saturday night is not the less popular spots. As I said don’t want to do then don’t… truth is you were never going to anyway and you have nothing better to do than to troll the internet and bash Disney for every decision they make… if you truly hate Disney so much for how they are ruining the Disney “Magic” why waste your time?

Dan
Dan
3 years ago
Reply to  Disney Pete

Martin, get smarter man. If you truly don’t like some of the reviews and comments on this site, you should NEVER come here. Same dumb logic you’re applying when you say if people are critical how WDW is making horrible decisions for guests in interest of whoring out the brand. We also KNOW you are not a fan of Disney when you say “The Wave” and the bar sports they’re putting you at in Poly and “Citricos” aren’t the LEAST popular spots. They’re not putting you at Narcossee, nor Cali grill, nor Park Fare, nor Chef Mickey. The spots you… Read more »

Frank
Frank
3 years ago
Reply to  Keith

Keith, I’m a Disney stockholder. Many thx in advance. Frank

You're no Jim Cramer...
You're no Jim Cramer...
3 years ago
Reply to  Frank

Sorry to hear that. Bad call. Disney stock in toilet and still over valued for P/E. Should have bought Amazon, or a company who has eyes set on future growth, not short term “milking” of their customers, at expense of cheapening the product. Those companies don’t fare well long term. You have K-mart stock too?

WTF
WTF
3 years ago

Disney is in the process of expanding almost all their parks and entering even more countries. How is that not keeping an eye on future growth?

Cheryl
Cheryl
3 years ago
Reply to  WTF

Um, no their not. Not in the USA anyhow. They tore down more attractions than installing. Stores, that’s another story. Asia owns their own parks, not Disney, won’t help your stock a dime. Their stock is not doing well, and they’re short term ‘whoring out’ the brand, in trade for long term success. Tent pizza slice in the parking lot anyone?

Frank
Frank
3 years ago

Considering I bought in the 20’s through 50’s and it now around 100, w divided too.. I’m not complaining.

Dan
Dan
3 years ago
Reply to  Frank

Yea, just imagine if you put that same amount in Apple, Amazon, well, most any other company in the S&P or Dow or Nasdaq would exceed Disney, and their future, as many can tell from their not giving a flying fuck about their own product, isn’t looking better.

Andrea
Andrea
3 years ago

English. Probably not taught where you’re from

Mike S
Mike S
3 years ago

I’m not sure why there is some hate on this. It’s actually not a bad value considering dinner at Contemporary alone put me back several hundred for two of us. Also, not sure how many events you guys have been to but my wife and I have done a handful the food has never been subpar. In fact, it exceeded our expectations.

I agree Disney is in cash grab mode, but this really doesn’t fall under that umbrella. Upcharging for decent backs for the pins is despicable though!!

Decker
Decker
3 years ago
Reply to  Mike S

Ummmm, that’s good that you don’t have high standards! Disney food at places has really sunk. If you don’t notice it, puts you in a good spot. I’ve always thought ignorance of what missing out on is bliss. Not meant as a slam.

Alex
Alex
3 years ago

I think people are forgetting that this event is only three nights a week…so you can have your precious free patio for fireworks viewing the rest of the week.

Monkeypoopants
Monkeypoopants
3 years ago
Reply to  Alex

No! If they can’t have it everyday no one gets to share!

Haunted Man
Haunted Man
3 years ago

Can’t wait for the upcoming Bathroom Restaurant Experience. Have a five course meal while you wait in line at the Tomorrowland bathroom hahahahahaha. Pizza at bus stations, cart in parking lot…….what a bunch of idiots that Disney team!!

Disney Pete
Disney Pete
3 years ago
Reply to  Haunted Man

Don’t leave out a fastpass for the ladies room bathroom included in that BRE. I bet that FP will be what makes the event sold out.

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