It’s officially Halloween season at the Walt Disney World Resort. Not only does Magic Kingdom have brand new cavalcades and decorations but Hollywood Studios has brought back Minnie’s Halloween Dine. This fun seasonal meal is at Hollywood and Vine and features some of our favorite characters in Halloween costumes.
Know Before You Go
Minnie’s Seasonal Dine is a returning character meal but it’s changed since last year. There is no longer a buffet but everyone will order one Entrée and one Dessert. A shared salad and rolls will be brought to the table. Here is a look at the menu. The price is $55 per adult ages 10+ and $36 for kids ages 3-9. The price is for both lunch and dinner.
Once You Arrive
Like most restaurants on property, there is contactless check-in. You’ll scan the barcode in front of the restaurant to check-in and they will call your party when your table is ready. The menu is also contactless.
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There are four characters that come out during your meal. Minnie, Mickey, Goofy, and Pluto. They are dressed in super cute Halloween Costumes! While you can’t stand up and get pictures with them they do make a point to wave and see each table socially distanced.
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The food was good. There wasn’t a large menu but everyone found something that they would like to eat. Ultimately you are paying more for the characters at this meal. The food did come out really fast. We weren’t even finished with our salad before we got served our Entrées. As stated above the menu is the same for lunch and dinner.
Is It Worth The Price?
Unfortunately, that’s a question that depends on what you’re looking for. If you miss character interaction then yes. While they don’t spend time at each table it was great to be able to see them up close. They all came around once and some of them came around a second time during our hour there. The food was a little pricey for what you got but you’re not really paying for the food more the experience in a whole. I had a fun time and it felt really normal to be in a restaurant on Disney property with characters again. If you’re looking for a fun Halloween event this may be for you. For more information and to book reservations (reservations are required) visit Disney’s official website.
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