Candlelight Processional Packages

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  1. kelleigh1

    kelleigh1 <font color=purple>Disney Baby<br><font color=gree

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    Can anyone tell me which restaurants are available as part of the Candlelight Processional dinner package?

    Hubby and I are going for the holidays next year and while we still have plenty of time to plan, I want to get a jump on dining ideas.

    Also, when can we book the candlelight processional dinner package? Is that 180 days out? 90 days out?

    Thanks for your help!
     
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  3. oogieboogie

    oogieboogie <font color=darkgreen>If all else fails... reboot!

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    This is from AllEarsnet for 2006. Last year had the same restaurants as well:

    Tier 1
    Lunch Pricing (5:00 pm Show) - Adults - $27.99 / Child (3-9) - $11.99
    Dinner Pricing (6:45 pm & 8:15 pm Shows)- Adults - $29.99 / Child (3-9) - $12.99

    Biergarten - Germany Pavilion
    The Garden Grill Restaurant - The Land

    Tier 2
    Lunch Pricing (5:00 pm Show)- Adults - $34.99 / Child (3-9) - $11.99
    Dinner Pricing (6:45 pm & 8:15 pm Shows) - Adults - $39.99 / Child (3-9) - $12.99

    Nine Dragons - China Pavilion
    Rose & Crown - United Kingdom Pavilion
    Restaurant Marrakesh - Morocco Pavilion
    San Angel Inn - Mexico Pavilion

    Tier 3
    Lunch Pricing (5:00 pm Show) - Adults - $39.99 / Child (3-9) - $11.99
    Dinner Pricing (6:45 pm & 8:15 pm Shows)- Adults - $45.99 / Child (3-9) - $12.99

    Chefs de France - France Pavilion
    Coral Reef - The Living Seas
    L'Originale Alfredo di Roma Ristorante - Italy Pavilion
    Le Cellier Steakhouse - Canada Pavilion
    Mitsukoshi Teppanyaki Dining Room - Japan Pavilion
     
  4. DreaminDisney

    DreaminDisney <font color="purple">The TFs converted another BEL

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    This year you couldn't book the CPP until mid August. That's when the pkgs became available.
     
  5. kelleigh1

    kelleigh1 <font color=purple>Disney Baby<br><font color=gree

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    Thanks for the info!! I have to remember to keep an eye on AllEarsNet. I just don't check there often enough.
     
  6. kelleigh1

    kelleigh1 <font color=purple>Disney Baby<br><font color=gree

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    Another question...any idea how this works with the Dining Plan? We haven't added it to our package yet, but it's still something we are thinking about.
     
  7. DreaminDisney

    DreaminDisney <font color="purple">The TFs converted another BEL

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    I believe it was only 1 TS credit per person regardless of tier. Someone correct me if I'm wrong:)
     
  8. kelleigh1

    kelleigh1 <font color=purple>Disney Baby<br><font color=gree

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    That alone would make it worthwhile to get the dining plan.
     
  9. unbroken chain

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    I believe that when I booked CP this year, I was told that for the 5:00 or 6:45 show, you had to book a lunch. If you wanted to book a dinner, you had to take the 8:15 show.
     
  10. oogieboogie

    oogieboogie <font color=darkgreen>If all else fails... reboot!

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    yes, this year, you have to dine before the show. You can't go to a 5pm show and dine afterwards as in previous years.
     
  11. Mackey Mouse

    Mackey Mouse <font color="blue">Me read the Navigator? I don't

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    We dined at Rose and Crown and had to eat early as I remember it, something like 3:40pm, which is early for dinner. Also, we sat inside, they have seating outside and if it is cold they pull down heavy see through plastic to block out the cold and have heaters on. It was very cold inside the restaurant as I remember it, they had the ac on and we were pretty cold, this from someone who knows winter and lives in the Northeast. It was a cold evening watching the Candlelight Processional, we were all bundled up, but beautiful nonetheless.
     
  12. daisyduck123

    daisyduck123 <font color=green>I just love those parmesan mashe

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    subscribing....good topic for me!!
     

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