Disney World has just announced even more character dining events will be coming to Hollywood & Vine located inside Disney’s Hollywood Studios.
We already knew about Minnie’s Halloween Dine returning with modifications from September 25 – November 5, but Disney has also recently announced other events will be returning including Silver Screen Sine in early 2021 and Springtime Dine in the spring of 2021.
The Walt Disney World website has been recently updated and now reflects the upcoming character dining events available at Hollywood & Vine. According to the website:
Minnie’s Seasonal Dining:
See Minnie and her friends at delightful dining parties throughout the year. You’re invited! The mouse-with-the-mostest hosts sensational soirees that mix festive music, décor, and tantalizing menu items. Celebrate with popular Disney Characters—perfectly dressed for each season.
This spectacular lunch and dinner offers shared starters along with a choice of individual plated entrees and desserts.
Don’t miss your chance to attend the following events:
September 25 – November 5
Visit Minnie’s favorite happy haunt for a spooktacular Halloween feast that’s frightfully delightful.
Minnie’s Holiday Dine
November 6 – January 4
Deck the halls at a dazzling dinner party filled with holiday cheer and the joy of the season!
Silver Screen Dine
January 5 – March
Join Minnie Mouse for a fabulous dinner party celebrating the glitz and glamour of Hollywood!
March – June
Shake off winter’s chill with a divine dinner party that marks the bright and beautiful delights of spring!
June – September
Head to Hollywood & Vine for a beach-inspired bash celebrating the sizzle of summer!
Advance reservations are highly recommended. Learn when advance reservations can be made. Same-day reservations can be made on a limited basis and are subject to availability.
Note: Please make sure the date of your visit corresponds with the specific Character Dining event you wish to attend.
More on Character Dining at Disney World
When Walt Disney World Resort reopened to the public, things looked a lot different. A number of those changes aren’t just taking place within the theme parks, but also within the restaurants. We reported that Topolino’s Terrace at Disney’s Riviera Resort has hosted several changes in regards to both the overall experience with characters as well as changes to its menu.
Are you excited to see more character dining events returning to Hollywood & Vine? Let us know in the comments.
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