My Ultimate WDW Christmas Dinner

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Merry Christmas everyone! Thanks for joining us here on the WDW Magazine Blog on Christmas Eve – we’ve got a mouthwatering post in store for you!

I know that everyone has their own Christmas dinner traditions – when dinner is, who is the host, some favorite and not so favorite dishes that come to the table each year! But have you ever imagined what it would be like to have Christmas dinner at WDW? I have!

Oh, Christmas Tree! Photo by Bill Sferrazza.

Oh, Christmas Tree! Photo by Bill Sferrazza.

Now, I’m not talking about any Christmas dinner. I’m talking about no Advanced Dining Reservations, unlimited budget, and no worries about food melting or getting cold as you run across the park. A complete fantasy Christmas feast!

So, without further adieu – here is my Christmas wish: My Ultimate WDW Christmas Dinner!

Be Our Guest is the perfect setting for My Ultimate WDW Christmas Dinner!

Be Our Guest is the perfect setting for My Ultimate WDW Christmas Dinner!

First up, is the location: I can’t think of a more festive place to hold my ultimate feast than Be Our Guest! Dining in the ballroom of Beast’s castle with snow falling gently outside is just the perfect setting – plus there is plenty of space for everyone I love to attend!

Speaking of the guest list – I’d invite my dear husband, all my family and friends, and the wonderful team from WDW Magazine! Of course, since it’s Beast’s castle, he and Belle (in her winter gown!) and all their enchanted friends would be invited – along with all the royal Disney couples, Chip ‘n Dale, Mickey, Minnie, Pluto, Goofy, Donald, Daisy, Scrooge, plus Huey, Duey, and Luey! That should make it nice and cozy!

Belle and the Beast would be invited to My Ultimate WDW Christmas Dinner!

Belle and the Beast would be invited to My Ultimate WDW Christmas Dinner!

When my guests arrive at the Magic Kingdom, the Main Street Vehicles would greet them at the WDW Railroad Main Street Station and drive everyone right up Main Street USA, around the central hub, through Cinderella Castle, and to New Fantasyland! The Dapper Dans would serenade us with Christmas carols as we cross the bridge to the castle.

Upon arrival, I’d serve mini dole whip floats and tiny Casey’s Corner hot dogs with a self serve toppings bar to boot! A display of fresh fruits and giant pickles from the fruit kiosk would be available for munching too!

Delicious Dole whip! A new tradition at My Ultimate WDW Christmas Dinner! Photo by Disney Photo Snapper.

Delicious Dole whip! A new tradition at My Ultimate WDW Christmas Dinner! Photo by Disney Photo Snapper.

At dinner, we’d start off with the Be Our Guest French Onion Soup, followed by the Thanksgiving Feast from Liberty Tree Tavern (why mess with a great feast?). For the picky eaters, plenty of WDW Chicken Nuggets and Mickey chicken noodle soup would be available, and for the vegetarians we’d have layered ratatouille from Be Our Guest!

Dessert would feature platters for sharing – The Grey Stuff, churros, little fruit cobblers from Columbia Harbor House, and Christmas sugar cookies from the Main Street Bakery!

The perfect end to My Ultimate WDW Christmas Dinner! Photo by WDW Shutterbug.

The perfect end to My Ultimate WDW Christmas Dinner! Photo by WDW Shutterbug.

At the end of the night, we’d take an after dinner stroll to the top of Main Street, under a flurry of magic snow, for a viewing of Mickey’s Once Upon a Time Christmas Parade and Holiday Wishes – complete with cocoa and cookies of course!

At the end of the evening, I’d send everyone home with a big hug and a festive snowman Mickey caramel apple to remember the evening by!

Thanks for joining me on my fantasy ultimate WDW Christmas dinner! I’d love to hear about yours – share it with me on our Facebook Page!

About the Author

Stephanie Shuster

A lifelong Disney fan with a passion for globetrotting, I’m driven by a desire to build a community where people like me can let their Disney flag fly with pride. As CEO and Owner of WDW Magazine, I lead a team that connects thousands of Disney fans to the Most Magical Place on Earth from wherever they are.

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