EPCOT's Candlelight Processional dining package at quick-service Regal Eagle Smokehouse - how it works

Nov 26, 2021 in "Candlelight Processional"

Candlelight Dining Package at Regal Eagle Smokehouse
Posted: Friday November 26, 2021 11:05am ET by WDWMAGIC Staff

EPCOT is offering the Candlelight Processional dining package at a quick-service restaurant for the first time this year at the new Regal Eagle Smokehouse.

Available on a first-come, first-served basis, the Candlelight Processional Dining Package at Regal Eagle Smokehouse is priced at $39.99 per person.

The package includes an entree, non-alcoholic beverage, dessert, and guaranteed seating at your choice of show.

Availability is limited, so plan to arrive early. The package itself is obtained by ordering from inside the restaurant, and not via Mobile Order.

Day-of Candlelight Processional dining packages are also available at Spice Road Table for $49 per person, with 2 small plates, dessert platter and a non-alcoholic beverage.

Table service packages were released in October but quickly sold out; however, check for availability due to cancellations.

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Disney AnalystJan 13, 2022

Actually super cool! Never knew.

gerararJan 13, 2022

Disney Parks posted some BTS on what happens with the Grand Floridian gingerbread house after the holidays... The bees eat it!! Already trending with 2.5m views^

YodaManJan 08, 2022

Sunset Season Greetings? That ended on Monday the 3rd with the rest of the holiday offerings.

disneygeek90Jan 07, 2022

Oh yikes I guess I meant the Holiday projection on ToT and how long into January that runs. I am blanking on the name 😅

wdwmagicJan 07, 2022

18 months from Oct 1, unless it gets extended.

YodaManJan 07, 2022

Do you mean what time at night? Or what date it ends? I assume it runs all the way through the rest of the 50th Celebration.

disneygeek90Jan 07, 2022

Does anyone know when Beacon of Magic stops at HS? I tried to google but I couldn’t find any confirmed dates.

mm52200Dec 29, 2021

They were recently allowed to start wearing them. Omnicron is ripping through cast members.

TikibirdLandDec 28, 2021

My DS plays French Horn. They had a mask with a velcro opening for the mouthpiece. So, it's possible to do that. But, he was very happy to have that requirement stopped at that beginning of this month.

MisterPenguinDec 28, 2021

I don't recall anyone masked for Candlelight the first week of December except for a few instrumentalists... obviously not the wind instruments, tho.

PuertoRekinSamDec 28, 2021

We went to Epcot yesterday and saw the early candlelight show and my wife noticed that some of the performers were wearing mask while singing. Not just the golden choir but some voices as well. They looked like a solid color and not the blue pixie ones the average Cast wear. Has this been happening all season? Or was this new? I watched a you tube video of it earlier this year and don’t remember them being there.

mf1972Dec 25, 2021

myself remembering i have to work today….

TraumaDec 25, 2021

Merry Christmas everyone !!

CrazydisneyfanlukeDec 25, 2021

I believe they recorded it 2-3 weeks ago at DL.