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Disney World: All aboard for monorail-themed meal

A new Walt Disney World dining experience will feature the resort's famed monorail and eateries in the hotels it stops at. The Highway in the Sky Dine-Around debuts Friday, Dec. 2.

Visitors will have priority boarding on the monorail as it travels between Disney's Polynesian Village Resort, Disney's Grand Floridian Resort & Spa and Disney's Contemporary Resort, where they will have a private patio that overlooks the evening fireworks at Magic Kingdom theme park.

The cost is $150 plus tax and gratuity. That price includes valet parking.

The experience begins and ends at the Contemporary, according to the official Disney Parks Blog. But the first eats, after a brief monorail journey will be at the Poly for island-inspired drinks and appetizers.

Then, Highway in the Sky Dine-Arounders will ride over to the Grand Floridian and its Citricos restaurant for a "sumptuous wine dinner," the blog post says. That's followed by sparkling wine and artisanal cheeses in the hotel lobby. 

The last stop is back at the Contemporary for dessert, cordials, coffee and fireworks.

The experience is offered on select Tuesdays, Fridays and Sundays. (Note: No dine-around dates between Dec. 18 and Jan. 3)

For reservations, call 407-939-3463.


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