Disneyland reveals two new dining packages for reserved viewing of Paint the Night parade

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It can be tough to get a good spot to view Disneyland’s tremendously popular 60th-anniversary Paint the Night parade, which combines elements of the classic Main Street Electrical Parade with eye-popping new visual technology and thumping electronic music. That’s why Disney is introducing new dining packages that will allow you to enjoy a leisurely meal at one of two guest-favorite restaurants on the west side of the park, and then gain access to a reserved viewing area for the parade.

Beginning January 11th, you will be able to choose from either the Blue Bayou restaurant in New Orleans Square, which offers three-course meals and overlooks the peaceful swamp at the beginning of the Pirates of the Caribbean attraction, or Aladdin’s Oasis in Adventureland, which allows for either dine-in or take-out options. Blue Bayou diners will then receive a pass to an exclusive Paint the Night viewing area on Main Street, and those who choose Aladdin’s Oasis will be able to watch the parade from a spot near It’s a Small World.

Reservations for both of these packages will be available soon. Be sure to visit the Disney Parks Blog for more information.

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