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Thread: Disney's Flagship restaurant holds special New Year's Eve Event

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    "For the first time, our award-winning Signature Dining restaurant, Victoria & Albert’s in Disney’s Grand Floridian Resort and Spa, will be offering a special New Year’s Eve experience.

    Victoria & Albert’s restaurant is known for its special, personalized touches — and this event will be no exception. A chef and sommelier will prepare a menu that includes caviar from around the world and a collection of some of the most eclectic and famous champagnes available. Also, Chef Scott Hunnel and his team will make personal appearances during the event.

    The eight to 10 course menu with wine and gratuity will be $375 plus tax. You should know that guests must to be older than 10 years of age to attend and older than 21 to be served alcohol.

    Booking has already begun for the event. Visit Walt Disney World Resort - Detecting Browser Properties . . . for more details or call 407-WDW-DINE."

    Victoria & Albert’s New Year’s Eve Event Announced Disney Parks Blog
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    Wowsers that's a lot of money! How much is it usually a head without wine?














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    Quote Originally Posted by britchick, post: 172635
    Wowsers that's a lot of money! How much is it usually a head without wine?
    It does go up regularly so I hesitate to say but I think $125 ex tax/gratuity per person last time we went.

    All I can say is that it's such a total and complete delight of an experience that it feels worth every cent
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    That's more along the lines of the Chef's Table.

    I've not been there, but I have to be grumpy and say that I've yet to see any food at WDW worth that.

    I've dined with Michelin star chefs, and paid more than that, and was happy to do so, so it's not like I'm afraid to pay for incredible food.

    I just can't believe WDW would be up to that level.

    I know. I know... I've not been.






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    Quote Originally Posted by Tink, post: 172637
    I just can't believe WDW would be up to that level.

    I know. I know... I've not been.
    I'll persuade you one day I'm sure :D

    It's very different to the rest of Disney and much more in keeping with the better restaurants I've been to elsewhere.
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    I'll believe you.

    I'm just madly in love with Josiah Citron right now and can't imagine anyone doing it better than he.

    Maybe one day we'll give it a go.






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    I'd certainly love to compare if I ever get out to California
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    I'm impressed with Chick-Fil-A so I'm sure Victoria and Albert's would be too much for me. It would blow my mind!
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    I don't mind paying for an awesome meal....but $375??? for something that is going to be well.....you know.....












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    wonder if they will allow dinning plan and how many credits

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