Epcot Fireworks Dining

DisneyDreamer08

Well-Known Member
Original Poster
My 60 day window opened this morning and I wasn’t able to reserve my #1 ADR- Rose and Crown fireworks dining package. There are 3 days I could make it work with our schedule and all 3 days were booked when I logged in at 6am. There are 2 other days available but I would have to rearrange other things and I really don’t want to ☹️
I did book the Spice Road Table package instead. I am on the fence with this one though for two reasons. One, my daughter is 13 so adult price but doesn’t like much of the food there and two, since we are a party of 2, I read that our table will be in the back tier of tables with parties of 3 & 4 seated in front of us.

For those of you that have done these dining packages, what are your thoughts? I am definitely going to keep trying to reserve Rose and Crown but what do you think about Spice Road Table? Any parties of 1 or 2 have opinions on the seating?

Thank you!!!
 

Richie248

Well-Known Member
I wouldn't spend the money on the Spice Road Table Fireworks package, the view is pretty bad. I love the food but for the price, the view could be much better. Rose and Crown has a much better view only downside is on a breezy evening, the smoke makes its way toward R&C. It's a tough reservation to get so if availability pops up, it may have been worth the extra effort to move some things around. But keep looking. On my last trip, availability popped up for packages a day before or day of.
 

nickys

Premium Member
Dining packages for both Fantasmic and Epcot are often not loaded right at the 60 day mark.
The chances are that Rose & Crown reservations are later being loaded, rather than all sold out. Keep checking back!
 

westie

Well-Known Member
I did R&C. We had a front row table. Problem was everyone else squeezed into our space and made it miserable. Here I was trying to avoid the crowds and they came to me.
 

Plowboy

Well-Known Member
Have thought of trying R&C for this as well, however more than the possibility of smoke, I've recently been put off by the limited number of dinner entrees. Only three items entrees (I don't consider plant based to be food) for dinner. Really?
 

Richie248

Well-Known Member
Have thought of trying R&C for this as well, however more than the possibility of smoke, I've recently been put off by the limited number of dinner entrees. Only three items entrees (I don't consider plant based to be food) for dinner. Really?
Last trip I just had the salad and a plate of fries....the menu is pretty dreadful....
 

Katatuatea

New Member
We booked a table at Hacienda de San Angel last year for 30mins before fireworks. The restaurant was full but very calm/didn't feel crowded and there was ample window space to see the fireworks. The food was great. If your open to an alternative to outdoor viewing I would definitely recommend it.
 

JIMINYCR

Well-Known Member
La Hacienda is where we like to dine and watch. Plenty of viewing from the windows and best if you can get a table right at the window. Unfortunately guests will reserve seating and plan an unusually long time stretching out their meal/ coffee and dessert so around fireworks time there isnt much of a table turn over.
 

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