Disneyland's New Restaurant Costs $15K

And, no, Mickey won't be attending

For those days when a meal with Mickey and Minnie simply won't cut it, Disneyland now has an ultra-luxe restaurant called 21 Royal, where a seven-course dinner is hosted for you and 11 of your friends in a space Walt and Lillian Disney once planned to host dignitaries in.

Executive chef Andrew Sutton's menu changes nightly, as it's tailored to each group of diners, and is paired with wines from the house sommelier. The evening ends with a view over the park, coffee, petits fours and possibly a fireworks show. 

A meal at 21 Royal, however, is an investment, clocking in at $15,000, which includes alcohol, tax and tip. Thankfully, it also includes a pass to the park.