Tuesday, November 29, 2016

Disney World debuting its own version of eating and drinking around the monorail

Disney World is debuting its own take on eating and drinking around the monorail.

The idea of bar hopping around the monorail has been something guests have been doing on their own for years. Start at one resort bar along the monorail and moving to the next resort and the next, , taking a break to watch the fireworks over the the Magic Kingdom.

Disney publicity photo
Now, Disney World is introducing its own take on this practice called the Highway in the Sky Dine-Around. It's being priced at $150 per person and starts Dec. 2, 2016, according to the Disney Parks Blog.

Here is the itinerary:

Stop 1: You start off at The Wave...of American Flavors at the Contemporary Resort for a cocktail. To the monorail.

Stop 2: The Polynesian Resort for more sips and appetizers. To the monorail.

Stop 3: To the Grand Floridian Resort & Spa and go to Citricos for an entree and wine pairing. After dinner you head to the lobby for sparkling wine and artisanal cheese. To the monorail.

Stop 4: Back to the Contemporary Resort for dessert, cordials and coffee on a private patio with the Magic Kingdom fireworks. To the taxi. (Or back to the monorail if you're ready for round two on your own.)
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