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You Can Now Spend $15,000 on Dinner at Disneyland

And, no, Mickey won't be attending
There's a New Restaurant at Disneyland
Photo: HarshLight via Flickr

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.

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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.

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