For many people the Monorail at Walt Disney World is more than a vehicle for transportation.
For awhile now people have been using the monorail as a way to drink at the different deluxe resorts in the form of a monorail bar crawl.
Disney decided to take things one step further and offer a new experience: Highway in the Sky Dine-Around.
This new experience, announced by the Disney Parks Blog yesterday, is a sort of “progressive dinner” that will start Dec. 2.
Participants will have the opportunity to dine at Disney’s Grand Floridian Resort & Spa, Disney’s Polynesian Village Resort and Disney’s Contemporary Resort.
According to the blog, the dining event will start at The Wave … of American Flavors at the Contemporary for a cocktail, then hop on the “highway in the sky” to the Polynesian to have South Pacific themed “sips and appetizers.”
Next stop will be at the Grand Floridian for dining at Citricos for an entrée and wine pairing. There will also be a sparkling wine and sampling of artisanal cheese in the lobby.
The final stop of the grand monorail food tour will be back at the contemporary for dessert, cordials and coffee on the private patio with the view of fireworks at the Magic Kingdom.
This dining experience will be available Tuesday, Friday and Sunday (with blackout dates of Dec. 23 and Dec. 31).
The cost is $150, gratuity included, but tax is additional. Valet parking is included.
If this sounds like something up your alley, you can make reservations at 407-WDW-DINE.
While the price tag is pretty hefty, it is still a little cheaper than Victoria & Albert’s and it seems like this is more of a unique experience that lets you save the best of the hotels on the monorail line. (Visiting the different hotels are one of my favorite things to do on vacation.)
Is this something you would like to try? Leave a comment below.