Plaza Inn Dining Packages for “A Christmas Fantasy Parade” Now On Sale

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Disneyland Park Guests can enjoy a leisurely lunch and a reserved viewing area for A Christmas Fantasy Parade on Main Street, U.S.A. with the Plaza Inn Dining Package starting November 9th.

Amidst the restaurant’s lavish Victorian setting, sink your teeth into a delectable menu of turkey, macaroni and cheese, seasonal vegetables, stuffing and cranberry sauce with a holiday dessert. Vegetarian options are also available upon request. Kids’ meals combine chicken tenders and macaroni and cheese with a choice of side, holiday dessert and a beverage.

Here’s what’s included in each Plaza Inn Dining Package:

  • One picnic-style lunch
  • One voucher that provides access to the parade’s reserved viewing area

Upon arriving, you’re welcome to dine at any of the available restaurant tables or feast “on the go” while exploring Disneyland Park. After eating, head to the special reserved viewing area for the parade.

Event Details

  • Plaza Inn Restaurant at Disneyland Park
  • $39.99 per adult – tax not included; gratuity not required
  • $24.99 per child (ages 3-9) – tax not included; gratuity not required
  • Separate theme park admission is required and not included in the package price
  • Reservations made between 12:00 PM to 4:00 PM will receive a voucher for the day’s second performance of A Christmas Fantasy Parade
  • Use the Check Availability tool to find a table and book online or call (714) 781-DINE or (714) 781-3463 between 7:00 AM and 7:00 PM PST daily
  • Guests under age 18 must have parent or guardian permission to call
  • Advance reservations are highly recommended—same-day reservations can be made at the restaurant, but are limited and subject to availability

Check the Disneyland mobile app or the Disneyland Resort entertainment calendar for A Christmas Fantasy Parade performance times, which may vary. Please note that the viewing area is separate from dining location.

Bookings are now open for this offering, so don’t delay!

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  • Holiday dinning, Parades, and Festivities. are all wonderful things at Disney…

    I am not sure how Holiday Dinning priced at $39.99 plus tax and gratuity translates into a “picnic box” option, but Guest can always choose to eat or stay hungry…

    It is a disturbing trend however, as “Reserved Viewing Areas” become more prevalent for Parades, and or Fireworks.

    It can be a really nice idea to have an area for dinning and watching the parade as part of the experience, however, the line gets crossed when that special viewing area is taken away from areas used for everyone else.

    I suggest building a raised area back by the Restaurant for this special reserved dinning and Parade viewing.

    In that way, nothing is taken away from the rest of the Guests, and you also have a special dinning experience.

    Special Magic for some, should never come at a cost from others.

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