Tables in Wonderland – Special Events for May and June 2012
Tables in Wonderland Members to receive a 35% discount at La Nouba Cirque du Soleil
Written and directed by Franco Dragone
May 29, 2012 – June 22, 2012
Performances on Tuesdays – Saturdays, 6:00pm and 9:00pm
for Category 2 Tickets:
Adult: $57.85 plus tax
Child: $46.80 plus tax
Call 407-WDW-SEAT (407-939-7328) to purchase tickets!
Tables In Wonderland members may purchase tickets for themselves and up to three (3) Guests Must show current, valid Tables in Wonderland card to receive discount, when tickets are picked up at Box Office.
Tables in Wonderland The Wave . . . of American Flavor’s Discovery Dinner At Disney’s Contemporary Resort
Thursday, May 17, 2012
6:30 p.m. Reception; 7:00 p.m. Dinner
Meet at The Wave… of American Flavor’s Main Podium
Dress Code – Casual Evening Attire
$110 per person, includes tax and gratuity
This is the last dinner at The Wave until after the 2012 Epcot International Food & Wine Festival is over!
This month’s Tables in Wonderland Discovery Dinner is focused on the delicious Triple Sweet Corn from Hank Scott’s Farm in Zellwood, Florida. Hank’s son Sonny and daughter Haley represent the 4th generation of the family operation and the farm has expanded further into retail operations. Long & Scott’s agri-tainment division: Scott’s Maze Adventures, hosts over 30,000 guests each fall, along with Scott’s Country Market, the on-site farmer’s market that features produce grown on the farm, as well as local produce. Long & Scott’s newest venture: Scott’s Country Café, features the Scott family recipes, most of which are made from the café’s own garden. The Scotts remain proud of their farm and are looking forward to celebrating their 50th anniversary in 2013.
The Wave… of American Flavors welcomes Master Sommelier Joseph Spellman as our wine representative for the May Tables in Wonderland Discovery Dinner. Joseph is the Winery Sommelier for JUSTIN Vineyards and Winery. He has worked with wine since 1979, principally as a sommelier, in Chicago’s top restaurant cellars, including Tango, Maxim’s, The Pump Room, The Park Hyatt Hotel, and Charlie Trotter’s. Joseph earned the prestigious Master Sommelier Diploma in 1996, held now by 85 Americans, and 140 individuals worldwide.
Reception in The Wave . . . of American Flavors Lounge
Arepas with Queso Blanco, Chipotle, and Scallions
Blue Corn Mini Tacos with Duck Confit, Zesty BBQ
Polenta Tapas, Pulled Pork, Granny Smith Chiffonade
Justin Sauvignon Blanc
Dinner in The Wave . . . of American Flavors Private Dining Room
Florida Shrimp and Grits with Long & Scott Locally Harvested Corn
Zellwood Corn and Heirloom Avocado Salad
Baby Greens, Corn-Olive Charcoal
Lime Chile Vinaigrette, Cotija Cheese
Grilled Huitlacoche Ravioli
Landmark Overlook Chardonnay
Char-crusted Cowboy Rib Eye Steak with Mexican Blackened Corn, Cilantro Lime Butter, Quinoa and Black Beans
Montegrappa Cow’s Milk Cheese from Veneto, Italy
Taleggio Semisoft from Lombardy
Pecorino Toscano Hard Sheep’s Cheese
Landmark Grand Detour Pinot Noir
Berry and Queso Blanco Masa Empanada
Corn Meal Chipotle Chocolate Crackle Cookies
Popcorn Infused Dulce De Leche Ice Cream
Justin Obtuse Port
For reservations, e-mail WDW.Tables.In.Wonderland@
Tables in Wonderland
The Great Movie Ride Dinner at Disney’s Hollywood Studios™
Friday June 15 and Saturday June 16, 2012
8:00 – 10:30pm
Arrive at Disney’s Hollywood Studios™ and walk through the courtyard of the Majestic Graumann’s Chinese Theatre. Then you will be invited to come inside The Great Movie Ride after the attraction is closed with exclusive backstage VIP access!
We’ve cleared the track for you to walk through and dine inside the attraction where you will experience some of the most classic scenes in motion picture history. Sets from Busby Berkeley musicals, crime dramas, old-fashioned Westerns, and more!
Price: $165.00 per person, plus tax. Gratuity is included.
8:00 – 8:30 p.m.
Passed Reception in the Gangster Scene
- · “Squid and Beans” Salad
- · “Gambino” Balsamic Beef with Palermo Roasted Tomato
- · “Terranova” Blistered Artichoke Cheese Quenelle
8:30 – 10 p.m.
Plated Dinner in the Western Scene
- · Creamy Free Range Yard Bird Corn Chowder with Piquillo Peppers and Ciabatta Bread
- · Wild Greens and Herbs with Cactus Cilantro Vinaigrette with Beet Tumbleweeds with Mandarin Rice Wine Marinade
- · Poblano Barbeque Braised Beef Short Rib with Tobacco Onions
- · Smoky Cheddar Potatoes Gratin
- · Black Skillet Roasted Baby Green Beans with Mushrooms
- · House-made Fire Roasted Corn Bread with Butter
10:00 – 10:30 p.m.
Dessert Buffet in the Land of Oz
- · Wicked Witch Pistachio Cannoli
- · Emerald Cheesecake Pushups
- · Ruby Strawberry Panna Cotta
- · Dark Forest Chocolate Decadence with Raspberry Gel
- · Yellow Brick Caramel Milk Cake
- · Auntie Em’s Apple Cake
Beer, Wine, Specialty Beverages
For reservations, e-mail WDW.Tables.In.Wonderland@
Raglan Road Irish Pub and Restaurant
6pm on the Summer Solstice
Wednesday June 20, 2012
$90.00 per person plus tax & gratuity
Tables in Wonderland discount accepted
For Reservations, Please Call 407-938-0300
Picnic Basket of Assorted Homemade Pates and Jams to feature:
Ham Hock Terrines, Potted Prawns, Brandied Chicken Liver Pate, Tomato Bavaroie, Smoked Salmon Mousse and Vegetable Consomme
Guinness Foreign Extra Stout, St James Gate, Dublin
Champagne Splashed Raspberry Sorbet
Roast Stuffed Suckling Pig, Braised Vegetables, Raisin & Cider Glaze and Potato Roasties
Jai Alai India Pale Ale, Cigar City Brewery, Tampa, Florida
Pimms Knickerbocker Glory
Bunratty Mead, County Clare, Ireland
Master Chef Kevin Dundon has created a tantalizing menu incorporating fresh seasonal flavours for a special Midsummer’s Night Feast which takes place on the 20th June. Midsummer is such a joyous occasion long associated with ancient summer customs and traditions.
The June festival of Midsummer’s Day is held as part of the summer solstice which is the longest day of the year. In ancient times the Summer Solstice was hugely significant; it was a time when the power of the Sun was at its highest and crops & fields were blessed to ensure a good harvest.
Celebrations take place across Europe dating back thousands of years, with festivals of music & dancing, bonfires and feasting. The summer solstice is often the time of the first harvest and hence a celebration of nature’s bounty.
Midsummer was traditionally celebrated in Ireland by the lighting of bonfires. Family and friends came together for an evening of music, storytelling, feasting and merrymaking. It was the custom for the ashes from the fires to be thrown on fields as an ‘offering’ to protect the crops.
Nowadays people gather around some of Ireland’s famous Neolithic sites Newgrange (a passage tomb built over 5,000 years ago) and Hill of Tara (a magical Medieval site which has been home to gods and goddesses, to druids and warriors, and to Ireland’s High King) to celebrate the summer solstice.
Important Note: Please do not call or email Tables in Wonderland to book this event. This is a Raglan Road event that is open to all guests. Please call Raglan Road to book this event, and you may use your Tables in Wonderland discount, when you present your Tables in Wonderland card upon arrival.
- Tables in Wonderland – 3 Special Events for March 2012 (chipandco.com)
- Tables in Wonderland – Special Events for February 2012 (chipandco.com)