For the tourists who want to add more to their Disney dining experience, there’s a new table made just for them at Disney’s Flying Fish Cafe. Park visitors can get an up-close view of their food preparation and interact with a world-class chef at “Chef’s counter”, Sunday through Thursday, seating is offered at 5:45 pm and 8:15 pm.

Chef Tim Keating is often asked to create a personalized meal for his patrons, and with his past experience in-mind,  Keating created this interactive experience available to everyone. The Chef’s Tasting Wine Dinner allows up to six guests to sit at the granite counter overlooking the on-stage kitchen where they will be able to see their meals being created. This experience includes five courses, paired with wine by sommelier Keith Gimbel. Keating says there will be a “new spin on menu items.” Guests will also have the opportunity to interact with the restaurant’s chefs.

Before you make plans to eat with chef Keating, be sure to check your budget. A seat at the Chef’s Counter will cost you $135, $85 without wine pairings. Reservations are recommended.

If you have room in your wallet and your stomach after your meal at Fish Factory, head over to the Tomorrowland Terrace Wishes Dessert Party has returned to Walt Disney Word. Guests are encouraged to book advance reservations for the Dessert party, which includes top of the line treats and prime seats to enjoy during the nightly fireworks spectacular show.  a prime viewing location for the popular “Wishes” fireworks spectacular.

Don’t forget to make your Orlando hotel reservations today if you are planning on visiting this year. We have great deals on quite few properties.