A Disney Family Thanksgiving Feast


From Disney Parks Blog:

Love to eat but feel you could do without the cooking and cleaning? I’m right there with you. Read more if you’d like to join the Disney family (including some of our favorite characters) this Thanksgiving, November 26, 2009.

“A Disney Family Thanksgiving Feast” at the Grand Ballroom in the Disneyland Hotel offers a delectable meal with a hearty helping of Disney fantasy mixed in. Chip and Dale and other world famous Disney Characters will spread the holiday cheer as you eat your way through an all-you-can-eat buffet.

The fall harvest and Thanksgiving favorites will include carved roasted breast of turkey and prime rib of beef, homemade stuffing, sweet potato soufflé, fresh cranberry orange relish and smashed potato and gravy. Chilled poached shrimp, king crab legs, fresh salads, artisan cheeses, smoked salmon and cured meats will also be included in the display. It may be difficult, but you’ll want to save to room for dessert, which includes a variety of traditional pies, tarts, cookies, crepes and even a chocolate fountain with sweets for dipping.

Mmmmmm, everything looks delicious.


Wow, very delicious sounding, and awesome displays! This is a perfect option for those staying at the resort during the Thanksgiving season or for those simply wanting to do something fun and easy for the day, thanks for sharing! But now the real question is…how much does this cost per person? :wink:


Sorry, I forgot the price part. It is pretty high, but the food looks delish and it is Thanksgiving. Here is some more info:

There’s a special buffet just for kids featuring homemade pizza, macaroni and cheese, chicken tenders, fresh corn, mini corndogs and a whole lot more.

Prices are $67.00 for Adults, $16.99 for children aged three to eleven years old and there is no additional charge for kids under three.

Here are some insider tips:

*Don’t be late. Instead, allow extra time for the security checkpoint and parking. (Four-hour complimentary self-parking is included with the buffet).

*Don’t forget the camera. There are tons of photo locations with a variety of Disney characters.

*There’s a discount for Annual Passholders and Cast Members – 15% for Premium Annual Passholders, 10% for all other Annual Passholders and 20% for cast members. Valid Passholder or cast member ID required.

Reservations may fill quickly, so if you’re interested, you better book soon. You can make a reservation calling 714-781-DINE from 8 a.m. to 9 p.m. daily.


Wow!!! A little out of my range, but it does look good, and probably a pleasant atmosphere.