Disney loves its fireworks dessert parties, with the Frozen Ever After Dessert Party in Epcot,…
If you like the Fireworks Dessert Parties available for Happily Ever After now Disney is offering another option for guests. A new “After Hours Dessert Party” is coming to Disney’s Magic Kingdom.
This new After Hours Dessert Part is starting May 28th and will have its own reserved viewing space in the Plaza Garden where guests can watch Happily Ever After. What’s the difference between this dessert party and the ones currently there already? Instead of having your snacks and dessert before the fireworks, with this new party guests will eat after the fireworks are over. Once Happily Ever After is finished, guests will go up to the Tomorrowland Terrace where they will snack on an a new enhanced menu which will now provide savory items as well as sweets.
Some of the new items include: spinach dip and house-made mini eggrolls, as well as the popular Ooey Gooey Toffee Cake from Liberty Tree Tavern.”
Price for the After Hours Dessert Party will be: $69.00 plus tax for adults and $41 plus tax for children, which are increases of $10 over the Plaza viewing dessert party now. Reservations are now on sale by calling 407-WDW-DINE.
I don’t like the price increase, but I do like the addition of savory items. I think that not everyone who goes is a sweets nut, so having some other options available is a good move by Disney and I’ll be interested to try it out! Read our Happily Ever After Fireworks Review to see why this is now our favorite fireworks show ever in a Disney Park!
I want to know what you think about this new After Fireworks Dessert Party.
- Do you like this addition?
- Have you been to any of the Magic Kingdom Dessert Parties before?
Let us know in the comments section below!
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News Source: Disney Parks Blog