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  • On Jun 18, 2010
    Ricky from MO Asked Note: This answer was provided prior to the change to planDisney and may still contain references to Disney Parks Moms Panel.

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    Planning on Disney for our honeymoon. I was wondering which you guys thought was a better choice, ADR for California Grill at time to see Wishes or the Dessert Wishes package (forget the exact name). Sorry, but being a man romance is not my best skill...

    If you are talking romance there is no question that the California Grill is the way to go!  The Magic Kingdom Dessert Party is nice but it is full of children of all ages and many of them are tired and wanting to go home and not sit and watch a show.

    The California Grill is an excellent restaurant and one of the most popular on property.  When making your reservation have them note that it is your honeymoon and also when you check in for your table.  You might be able to snag a table next to the window so you can watch the Magic Kingdom show as you dine.  If for some reason you have finished the meal and have left the table consider staying up on the floor and going outside to the area just off the restaurant that is set up specifically for the dining guests to watch the fireworks.  Hopefully your timing will keep you in your seat but it is nice to know there are options.  Check for the fireworks times at the Magic Kingdom calendar and then call for your reservation.

    I wish to send you an early congratulations and a wonderful honeymoon in the place "where dreams come true"!
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