Disneyland is now offering a $15,000 dinner inside of the newly opened 21 Royal located in New Orleans Square close to the Pirates of the Caribbean. The building was originally built to be a private residence for Walt and Lillian Disney.
Now the 2,200 square foot space is a recreation of what was originally imagined for the space based on storyboards from the 1960’s. Guests will get a tour of some of the artwork inside and then be seated to an “epicurean theater” dinner experience where all of their food will be explained in story form by chefs Andrew Sutton and Justin Monson.
The night costs $15,000 for a group of 12 people. Justin spoke about the opportunity.
“More than a time to eat and drink, this is a chance for our guests to discover the extraordinary 21 Royal space through the food and the storytelling — to live the 21 Royal lifestyle, if only for one magical evening.”