News: 2017 Dates for “Delicious Disney, A Chef Series” Announced

A total of nine dinners will be offered in the Delicious Disney, A Chef Series in 2017.

Unfamiliar with the Delicious Disney Series? These unique events offer guests the opportunity to enjoy culinary creations by Walt Disney World Resort Chefs — along with wine pairings — in a more intimate setting (capped at 60 guests).

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The 2017 theme is “Storytelling with food,” and dates, times, locations, and themes are as follows:

Celebrate the Magic Kingdom Park’s 45th Anniversary!
Where: Cinderella’s Royal Table
When: January 31st at 7:45 pm (with a Fireworks Reception at 9 pm)
Featuring: Magic Kingdom’s Culinary Director Robert Gilbert and Team
Price: $499 per guest, including tax and gratuity

Cinderella's Royal Table

Cinderella’s Royal Table

Come Explore a Journey around the World of Flavors
Where: Markham’s at Golden Oak, hosted by Chef de Cuisine Phillip Ponticelli
When: February 22nd at 6:30pm
Featuring: Disney’s Animal Kingdom Culinary Director Robert Adams and Team
Price: $249 per guest, including tax and gratuity

Enjoy Legendary Culinary Moments from Disney Animation History
Where: Markham’s at Golden Oak, hosted by Chef de Cuisine Phillip Ponticelli
When: April 26th at 6:30pm
Featuring: Victoria & Albert’s Chef de Cuisine Aimee Rivera and Team
Price: $249 per guest, including tax and gratuity

Celebrating the Silly Symphony Flowers and Trees Anniversary
Where: Markham’s at Golden Oak, hosted by Chef de Cuisine Phillip Ponticelli
When: May 31st at 6:30pm
Featuring: Park Event’s Culinary Director Chef John Clark and Team
Price: $249 per guest, including tax and gratuity

A Culinary tribute to Ratatouille’s 10th Anniversary
Where: Markham’s at Golden Oak, hosted by Chef de Cuisine Phillip Ponticelli
When: June 28th at 6:30pm
Featuring: Citricos’ Chef Dominque Filoni and Team
Price: $249 per guest, including tax and gratuity

Sparkling Wine at Citricos!

Sparkling Wine

Enjoy the exotic and exquisite tastes of a journey Under the Sea
Where: Markham’s at Golden Oak, hosted by Chef de Cuisine Phillip Ponticelli
When: July 19th at 6:30pm
Featuring: Flying Fish’s Timothy Majoras and Team
Price: $249 per guest, including tax and gratuity

A Walk around the World with Disney
Where: Markham’s at Golden Oak, hosted by Chef de Cuisine Phillip Ponticelli
When: August 16th at 6:30pm
Featuring: Culinary Director Edwin Wronski and the Flavor Lab Team
Price: $249 per guest, including tax and gratuity

Enjoy a sampling of the Beast’s favorite French Cuisine
Where: Be Our Guest Restaurant, West Wing
When: September 5th at 8:30pm
Featuring: Flavor Lab’s Chef de Cuisine Roland Muller with Magic Kingdom Park’s Culinary Director Robert Gilbert
Price: $349 per guest, including tax and gratuity

Farm to Table Dining Experience
Where: Walt Disney World Tree Farm (Backstage)
When: December 6th at 6:30pm
Featuring: a Collaboration of Disney Chefs
Price: $199 per guest, including tax and gratuity

Interested guests may learn more and make reservations by calling (407) 939-5773 from 9:00 am to 5:00 pm daily.

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Comments

  1. Kimberly says

    I don’t understand why every upscale Disney dining event has to include wine/alcohol. I would love to do some, but I’m allergic to wine and don’t care for beer, and the alcohol is always included in the price. I can’t be the only Disney fan who doesn’t drink. Where are the adult upscale food events for us?

  2. Leslie says

    I must be missing something because these prices seem insane. Why wouldn’t I just go to V&A’s where the food is guaranteed to be much better, and I can still meet the chef? I wouldn’t do it if it were capped at 10 guests, but that would make more sense if you were paying for an intimate experience. With this and the $600 cabanas, I’m guessing there are a lot of people going to WDW who have so much money they don’t care what anything costs.

  3. Mark says

    6 out of 9 are at the private restaurant at Golden Oak. My take would be that all those super rich folks aren’t using the place enough to keep it profitable. Clearly not events for the masses.

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