The Holiday Brunch will be returning to 1900 Park Fare at Disney’s Grand Floridian Resort will be offering a character meal again.
The brunch is a prix fixe meal and will cost $37 for adults, and $22 for children ages 3-9. It is on the Disney Dining Plan.
The days that the Holiday Brunch will be offered are:
- November 20-26 2016: 12:45 – 2:10pm
- December 18 2016 to January 1 2017: 12:45 – 2:10pm
The menu will include an all-you-care-to-enjoy brunch buffet with custom-made omelets, carved meat stations, Mickey waffles and more.
Characters from Winnie the Pooh and Alice in Wonderland will be meeting guests as part of the experience.
You can make reservations now at 407-WDW-DINE.
From Inside the Magic –
The long planned update to Alice in Wonderland debuted at Disneyland Thursday. Part of the update was to deal with safety issues raised in 2010 when a worker slipped on the outside portion of the upper track. After that incident, temporary safety rails were put in place while Disneyland and Walt Disney Imagineering worked to resolve the safety issues to the satisfaction of all parties, and make the end result a design worthy of Walt Disney’s original Magic Kingdom.
Besides the safety enhancements, WDI took the rehab time to install several new Alice figures and many new digitally projected effects. New effects can be seen immediately as one rides down the rabbit hole into the attraction. A fully animated scene from the movie is projected onto a set piece showing Alice chasing after the White Rabbit. There are several more projected animated bits in the flower section and in the Queen of Hearts section.
Point of View Video
None of the figures feature video-projected heads, like those seen in the Seven Dwarfs Mine Train attraction in Walt Disney World’s Magic Kingdom, despite the rumors on other Disney fan sites.
The newly rebuilt down ramp still features the twists and turns regular Disneyland visitors remember, albeit on a wider track. The new rails on the exit (left) side of the vehicles reflect the vine architecture of the exterior. There is also a digitally projected animated tea party seen when entering the final scene at the bottom of the down ramp.
As to why it took so long to come up with this design and more, no one will talk on the record.