Cruella’s Halloween Hide-a-Way at Tony’s Town Square Restaurant Coming to Mickey’s Not-So-Scary Halloween Party

Starting today, guests can book the all-new Cruella’s Halloween Hide-a-Way at Tony’s Town Square Restaurant,  the perfect place to mix and mingle with Cruella de Vil and be part of her circle of puppies. Enjoy a fun, festive atmosphere with themed background music and décor, and a great view of Town Square. If you recall last year’s Tony’s Most Merriest Town Square Party during Mickey’s Very Merry Christmas Party, this event seems like it’ll be a similar, Halloween spin-off of that.

Cruella de Vil

Beginning at 9:30 p.m., this new and special experience will allow you to pop in and out at your leisure and indulge in savory hors d’oeuvres with a taste from the Witches Cauldron—a kettle of gooey and creamy spinach dip with ciabatta crostini, assorted Halloween flatbreads and more! In addition, there will be sweet treats such as chocolate-dipped strawberries, cheesecake and mini cannoli, Kanine Krunchy cake and Mini De Vil brownies and a variety of beverages including beer and wine selections and more!

Meats and Cheeses from Cruella’s Halloween Hide-a-Way at Tony’s Town Square Restaurant

Guests will also have access to a special reserved viewing area for the truly enchanting “Mickey’s Boo-To-You” Halloween Parade at 11:15 p.m., featuring some of Cruella’s villainous pals.

After the parade, the fun continues at Tony’s where you can hang out until 12:30 a.m.

Cruella’s Halloween Hide-a-Way is available for $99 per person (plus tax) every Mickey’s Not-So-Scary Halloween Party event night at Magic Kingdom Park. Admission to Mickey’s Not-So-Scary Halloween Party is required to attend. Seating is available for guests as they dine on a first come, first serve basis and shared seating is encouraged among guests to enjoy both the food and company the party has to offer.

Reservations are available on DisneyWorld.com and by calling 407-939-3463. Space is limited and will fill up fast, so book your reservation soon!

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  1. Ok this article should have been put in the ”No need to post” pile. A restaurant that cannot get the simplest things right has no business offering an extra or add-on. The board of health should come in and condemn this place. It would be so magical to step onto Main Street look to your right and see a closed sign and yellow Caution, Do Not Cross tape bordering Tony’s. And how convenient, for a place advertised as a ”come and go” To be positioned at the very entrance of the park. WOW smart, a lot smarter than something more centrally located. This is a money grabbing embarrassment by Disney. Is that real spinach dip or a wet bowl of molded green cheese! Tony’s is not a restaurant it’s a place filler you pay to go in and leave disappointed.

  2. It’s not even hard to find a spot for the second parade viewing 10 minutes before it happens, especially in Frontierland. And you could spend less money than this at a 5pm Be Our Guest reservation and meet the Beast. If you’re willing to give up 90 minutes of your night you could probably do a fireworks viewing and delicious food from California Grille for this money. As much as I think dessert parties are a terrible value proposition, this is so much worse than one of those.

    Hell, you can buy 2 droids, or 2 people can go to Savi’s Workshop, for this price.

    No thanks! Might consider eating at Tony’s if it was about $25.

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