Link: 12/30 & 12/31 2018 Info in This Post Recent Links to Reviews/Experiences Posted in this or Other DIS Threads Plaza Garden Dessert Party (the "Before" Party) @haileymarie92 - 9/22/2018 @leebee - 9/?/2018 @HatboxHaint - 8/30/2018 @Luna81 - 8/26/2018 @bethbuchall - 8/7/2018 @tookydo - 8/3/2018 @TrixieBel - 8/2/2018 @apress - 7/25/2018 @tinkerhon - - 7/17/2018 @MinnieMSue - 7/6/2018 @Physics Guy - 7/4/2018 (includes alternative diet options) @GaSleepingBeautyFan - 7/3/2018 @MBradley12 - 7/3/2018 @CookieandOatmeal - 6/25/2018 @tiffne - 6/24/2018 @Lsdolphin - 6/24/2018 @disny_luvr - 6/24/2018 @disny_luvr - 6/24/2018 (pics) @ashmac8 - 6/23/2018@Carol unsworth - 6/23/2018 @jimim - 6/23/2018@Meglen - 6/20/2018 @mlnbabies - 6/20/2018 @jacksmommy - 6/19/2018 @erikawolf2004 - 6/19/2018 @Wdw1015 - 6/14/2018 @ErinF - 6/10/2018@Cluelyss - 6/10/2018 @nursemelis374 - 6/5/2018@mom2rtk - 6/5/2018 @Soph&HanMom - 6/5/2018 @msdroz - Early June 6/3/2018 - @corn princess 6/2/2018 - @athyng 6/2/2018 - @irenep Note: The reviews below were before introduction of the "After Party" offering, which now also shares the same garden viewing area as the Plaza Garden Dessert Party. They were also before new menu offerings were added late May 2018. 4/2018 - @SpaceMtnGirl 4/29/2018 - @sjrec 4/2018 - @kniquy (seperate thread) 4/21/2018 - @vetrik 4/19/2018 - @DIS_AWC 4/13/2018 - @musika 4/10/2018 - @Greg Lembrich 3/13/2018 - @Aimeedyan 3/8/2018 - @AuroraMeansDawn 3/5/2018 - @Disneytam 3/4/2018 - @MonaMN Tomorrowland Terrace Dessert Party@123SA - 8/7/2018 @TinkerBellLiz - 6/21/2018 @kahluacream - 6/19/2018 4/23/2018 - @yulilin3 4/2018 - @MacMama0930 3/22/2018 - @KKMartinmom @Lsdolphin 2/26/2018 - @LizzyS After Fireworks Dessert Party (party introduced 5/28/2018) @kat_lh - 10/10/2018 - DETAIL / PIC HEAVY @HeadlessLegoMom - 9/26/2018 @dachsie - 9/22/2018 @DisFam4 - 9/22/2018 - VERY DETAILED / PIC HEAVY REVIEW @GillianP1301 - 9/2/2018 @JayhawkFans - 7/29/2018 @cmarsh31 - 7/28/2018 @HopperFan - 7/25/2018 @HopperFan - View (or lack thereof) of OUAT from After Party Seating Area @DisneyCowgirl - 7/6/2018 @StarShine3 - 7/3/2018 @dbrad - 7/1/2018 @mlnbabies - 6/20/2018 @AColeman - 6/7/2018 @supercarrie - 6/7/2018 @CMNJ - 5/28/2018 (Currently working on updating information below) Summary of MK Dessert Party Options Fireworks Dessert Party with Plaza Garden Viewing (started January 2017) Disney Website Link: https://disneyworld.disney.go.com/e...d-terrace-fireworks-dessert-party-plaza-view/ $69 adults / $41 children 3-9 Check-in 1.5 hours before fireworks Description: Desserts are served in the Tomorrowland Terrace restaurant area, after which you are escorted to the Plaza Garden East viewing area for fireworks. Further details can be found in the first few posts of this thread. Disney markets this as a “standing” viewing area. Fireworks Dessert Party at Tomorrowland Terrace Disney Website Link: https://disneyworld.disney.go.com/e...tomorrowland-terrace-fireworks-dessert-party/ $84 adults / $50 children 3-9 Check-in 1 hour before fireworks Description: First come, first-served tables mostly along the railing of the lower Tomorrowland Terrace. You stay here to both eat desserts and watch fireworks. After Fireworks Dessert Party (Started 5/28/2018) Disney Website Link: https://disneyworld.disney.go.com/e...owland-terrace-after-fireworks-dessert-party/ $69 adults / $41 children 3-9 Check-in 1 hour before fireworks Description of After Fireworks Event From Disney Provided to CMs (updated as of 5/22): Because of the popularity of the Fireworks Dessert Party at Magic Kingdom Park, we are expanding the experience starting May 28 so more Guests will be able to enjoy it. During the After Fireworks Dessert Party, Guests will delight in prime fireworks views from the Plaza Garden, followed by a delectable dessert party at Tomorrowland Terrace once the show has concluded. There is a limited number of guest reservations for the new After Fireworks Dessert Party to ensure that everyone viewing fireworks from the Plaza Garden area will have plenty of space and great views that we know are so important. New Menu Debuted at All Parties 5/28/2018: An enhanced menu will also debut May 28 at all Magic Kingdom dessert parties, which includes additional savory snacks such as spinach dip and house-made mini eggrolls, as well as the popular Ooey Gooey Toffee Cake from Liberty Tree Tavern. HEA Dessert Party Info (original post from May 2017) I did the Tomorrowland Terrace Dessert Party with Plaza Garden Viewing this past Saturday, the second night of the new Happily Ever After fireworks show. I see a lot of posts around here asking about the two MK dessert party versions, so I figured with the new show this may be helpful/timely for folks. Disney currently offers two 'versions' of the Tomorrowland Terrace Dessert Party... this is what Disney calls them on their website, also links: Fireworks Dessert Party with Plaza Garden Viewing https://disneyworld.disney.go.com/d...d-terrace-fireworks-dessert-party-plaza-view/ Fireworks Dessert Party at Tomorrowland Terrace https://disneyworld.disney.go.com/dining/magic-kingdom/tomorrowland-terrace-fireworks-dessert-party/ Despite sharing the Tomorrowland Terrace name, they are really two totally separate events with no overlap whatsoever. For the Fireworks Dessert Party at Tomorrowland Terrace, you are given a table along the railing of the lower area of Tomorrowland Terrace where you sit, eat, and stay for the fireworks. For the Fireworks Dessert Party with Plaza Garden Viewing, you start with desserts in the upper Tomorrowland Terrace area, and then are escorted (at your leisure) to the Plaza Garden View area to watch the fireworks. To help visualize the Plaza Garden Viewing area, here are some pics I took earlier in the day. Disney was quick with the sign switch-over. Looking west towards Main Street. The Plaza restaurant is on the left, hub/castle to the right. The view from the "right" side of the Plaza Viewing area. When I say "right" I mean as if you are looking at the castle, if that makes sense. A panorama shot... The following two photos were taken closer to show time, this one at 8:08PM. You can see a few folks already grabbing a spot. Moving to the Plaza Viewing area this early seems overkill to me, unless you're very passionate about your spot. And this one at 8:10PM, looking back the other direction. It's like a calm oasis in a growing sea of humanity!