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Tables in Wonderland April 2011 Events

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Cairo Buffet Dinner Show

Date and Time: Saturday April 30, 2011 7:30pm – 9:30pm
Location: Disney’s Hollywood Studios at Indiana Jones™ Epic Stunt Spectacular
Cost: $160 per person, plus tax. Gratuity is included.

Indy and Marion need YOU to be on the set for this live show featuring awe-inspiring action and adventure!

Thrill to the pulse-pounding explosions, crashes, clashes, and death-defying stunts of Indiana Jones’ onscreen adventures. Enjoy a close-up view to this stage spectacular that reveals some of the moviemaking magic responsible for Indy’s triumphs over deadly traps, bad-guy battles and epic-scale obstacles. Inspired by the blockbuster film “Raiders of the Lost Ark,” this show recreates edge-of-your-seat scenes with over a dozen stunt performers demonstrating techniques Hollywood uses to fool moviegoers into thinking a favorite celebrity has taken a punch, fall or bullet. Professional stunt performers are also joined by audience volunteers, who act as extras in the show. And at THIS event… EVERYONE gets to be on the stage! Many surprises are in store for you, including a feast fit for a sultan!

For reservations, e-mail WDW.Tables.In.Wonderland@disney.com with the following information: your interest to book, your name, daytime phone number, home address, and the number of people in your party. You will be notified on a “first-come, first-served” basis. Your credit card will be taken over the phone once your reservation is confirmed. The event is limited to 250 Guests. The event is exclusive to Tables in Wonderland members.

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The Wave . . . of American Flavors Discovery Dinner

Date: Thursday, April 21, 2011
Time: 6:30 p.m. Reception; 7 p.m. Dinner
Location: The Wave . . . of American Flavors at Disney’s Contemporary Resort. Please meet at restaurant’s main podium.
Dress: Casual Evening Attire
Price: $92 per person, includes tax and gratuity

Matt McLean ventured into the organic juice business in 1999 with a passion for healthy living, as well as, a long family history of growing citrus in Florida. Matt’s goal was, and still is, to produce the highest quality juice and fruit, using only premium 100% organically-grown fruit that is free from synthetic fertilizers and pesticides.

Matt’s family expertise dates back four generations to his great-grandfather, Angus Benjamin McLean, who learned firsthand how to grow quality citrus without the help of today’s synthetic fertilizers and pesticides. His son, William Benjamin McLean (“Pappy”), carried on his father’s tradition, honing his growing philosophy, which advocates stewardship of the soil as the means to producing the healthiest, most nutritious crops possible.

Today, Matt carries on his family’s tradition of growing quality organic citrus on close to 1100 acres throughout the state. Uncle Matt’s has also expanded their expertise to other Florida crops, and works with over 25 family growers to market not only organic citrus, but organic avocados, blueberries and peaches.

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For reservations, e-mail WDW.Tables.In.Wonderland@disney.com with the following information: your interest to book, your name, daytime phone number, home address, and the number of people in your party. You will be notified on a “first-come, first-served” basis. Your credit card will be taken over the phone once your reservation is confirmed. The event is limited to 44 Guests. The event is exclusive to Tables in Wonderland members.

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3 Comments

  1. Mark D. says:

    I have already made this point but I will make it again. Anyone who frequents Disney but does not live in Orlando is going to have a difficult time making these. You need to reserve your room and ADRs much further in advance. I wish they could release the dates for these dinners long before the month that they are actually in.

  2. John B says:

    @Mark: I have been saying that also! I went earlier this month, but would have waited a few weeks to go to the Indy event!

    On the up side, they do seem to be doing 2 events a month now. So maybe by sheer luck I will one day be able to make one.

  3. Janet says:

    I just have to say, I know many people had doubts/concerns about the Indiana Jones dinner, most of them due to pricing…but I want to put it out there that this was one of, if not, the best experience dining events that I have ever done! Both through Tables and otherwise. The stunt show aspect of it was totally engaging, my table was literally ten feet from the truck when it blew up. And the food, minus the seafood thing, was outstanding! I have never had better Cous Cous in my life! Sorry for those of you who missed it, but hopefully more will come like this!

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