The Celebration at the Top Fireworks and Dessert party has been extended. Last month Disney introduced the new special dining experience which brings people to a private dining room on the top floor of the Contemporary Resort in the California Grill restaurant, and gives guests the opportunity to have some drinks, appetizers, and desserts, all while watching the Magic Kingdom Fireworks from a private balcony. Originally it was only supposed to last until March 26th, but it seems like it’s had some success and is now going to remain at least until September 24th, 2017.
If you haven’t been to the California Grill before, it’s a real treat. At the party there is a selection of artisan flat breads, Sushi rolled by the expert Sushi Chefs at the California Grill, as well as other small plates. Also there is a bar with a nice selection of craft beers, wines and other cocktails. The desserts are always good at the California Grill and these are no exception either.
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