Electric Parade Priority Seating

Discussion in 'Disneyland (California)' started by pattievers, Aug 6, 2001.

  1. pattievers

    pattievers <font color=00CC66>Victim of a drive-by tag...<br>

    Apr 4, 2001
    We made reservations for dessert during the parade.

    Unfortunately...this is one area where they REALLY messed up. I picked up my tickets, and was told the area might change.

    When I was in the park the day before my reservations, I didn't see any area...so I went to Guest Relations the morning of my reservations. I was told everything was fine and where to go.

    When we arrived at Sun Plaza...no one knew what we were talking about. They said they would do something (which ended up being send us to the vinery for a picnic - after we already had dinner). I decided to go to Guest Relations again - which caused a cast member to be verry rude with my husband....he didn't like it that I didn't wait for his answer - which was unacceptable.

    Anyway...there is no more dessert. There may/or may not be a dessert buffet near the warf area.

    There is still a picnic area in front of the winery....but you can get better seats in the Vineyard room....for less money...with a four course dinner!

    We had the winetasters dinner the night before this fiasco. We had reservations for 8...they held our pasta course until after the parade. It was all wonderful.

    Pass holders get half off one persons meal (though I am not sure when that ends). Kids eat free. Our bill for four was about $100 way less than $40 per person for a box lunch!

  2. The Green's

    The Green's Earning My Ears

    Dec 19, 1999
    We had priority seating at Sun Plaza. My family was the only ones there that night. We had excellent service. My daughter really enjoyed the show.

  3. year2late

    year2late <font color=green>I bite off the head of <font col

    Apr 28, 2001
    I had the priority seating at wine tasting area (can't recall the name) It was $41.00, they served a glass of wine, a fruit/cheese/vegatable platter (enormous) and a tasty baguette. Great service, relaxing. The view was perfect for watching the parade, but the metal railing leading up the ramp broke a small amount of the lower portions of my pictures. The lucky folks in the restraunt up above probable had the best deal, though!

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