Tony's Most Merriest Town Square Party comes to Mickey's Very Merry Christmas Party for 2018

Oct 26, 2018 in "Mickey's Very Merry Christmas Party"

Posted: Friday October 26, 2018 9:05am ET by WDWMAGIC Staff

Mickey's Very Merry Christmas Party will offer a new premium add-on event this year -Tony’s Most Merriest Town Square Party.

Priced at $99 per person plus tax in addition to a Mickey's Very Merry Christmas Party ticket, Tony’s Most Merriest Town Square Party begins each party night at 9:30pm and lasts through until 12:30pm.

You can visit as many times as you like for savory hors d’oeuvres including a selection of artisanal meats and cheeses as well as meatballs, mini hand-tossed pizzas, boursin-stuffed artichoke, pumpkin tartlets, Yule Logs, cannoli, Christmas cookies, and red velvet cupcakes. A selection of complementary beer, wine and non-alcoholic beverages will also be offered.

At 11pm, attendees will have access to a reserved viewing area for Mickey's Once Upon A Christmastime Parade.

Tickets go on sale at 407-827-7348 for Passholders and DVC Members on October 29, and for all guests on October 30.

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note2001Nov 10, 2018

Shh, or they'll turn the train station into an up-charge party event.

JohnDNov 10, 2018

Naturally. Which used to be a recommended spot to see it if you got there early enough. Now you must pay. The reason it’s not crowded: Why cough up twice as much for a few nibbles and a parade view? Well, my favorite spot is just in front of the train station as the parade comes around the turn. I can still watch from there.

note2001Nov 10, 2018

I was just reading that the Tony's viewing area is by the flagpole / under the Christmas tree. About 80% of the area is sectioned off for this, and it was not crowded at all.

JohnDNov 07, 2018

Anybody going to the first MVMCP tomorrrow? If so, can you report exactly where the Tony's viewing area for the parade is?

MisterPenguinNov 04, 2018

The DIS which had hated Tony's and regularly pans it (yes, there are Disney fan blogs that freely post negative reviews and still get invited to press events) had a video a month ago saying it had improved to the point of being 'fine' rather than 'awful.' They complimented what the new chef was doing, and talked to her. But, they said the place still needs to improve.

SSHNov 03, 2018

I did hear that Tony's has improved a lot recently - just in past month or two. They apparently got a new head chef and earned some positive reviews. Of course, I only heard this on the boards, so not from personal experience. Has anyone else heard that? I would love to dine there again for a regular meal - the place has a lot of nostalgic memories for me from the time I dined there back in the '80s, way before dining plans existed.

larryzNov 03, 2018

My guess: the desserts will come in from the central freezer.

BocabearNov 03, 2018

I feel sure there is a gigantic central bakery somewhere on property...They may bake some thngs at the Boardwalk, but that space is not large enough to supply baked goods to the whole property.

note2001Nov 02, 2018

As much as we like to keep thinking of ourselves as individuals, all too many humans are sheep. They'll follow each other to their doom if convinced it is the way to go. Yes, these folk putting out hundreds on top of party tickets already will convince themselves it was very much worth it. They will have a need to rationalize it, and hey, it's Disney. Yes, Tony's has one of the worst reputations for food service in WDW but I believe all the deserts served will be premade at a central bakery and shipped in. (For those interested, unless things have changed, I believe the main bakery is at the boardwalk.)

RollerCoasterNov 02, 2018

Do people who pay for these pricey add-ons really enjoy them or think they're getting value in what they're paying for? The Christmas party itself is not that special anymore and very expensive. Disney can do as Disney pleases when it comes to making money, but this is a total rip off! Isn't Tony's marginal to begin with? That's the reputation this restaurant has from what I've read.

trainplane3Oct 31, 2018

This actually got me thinking last night. Does Club 33 give you access to the parties as well or do you still have to spend the $$ on them? I didn't think it did. It seems like that would be another nice plus to join 33.

HauntedPirateOct 31, 2018

We used to sit in the Tomorrowland Terrace and watch Wishes! on every trip. It was a great location and you could see most of the fireworks. Plus, it was flexible for us - the kids (when we had only had 2 or 3 and they were less than 6 years old) could sit in a stroller and watch, or walk around, or just do whatever, without needing to worry about the crush of people. And we could get Mickey Ice Cream Bars for everyone for less than $20 to enjoy while we watched. I have also pictures of my wife and oldest two boys sitting on the ground watching Wishes! from the walkway to Liberty Square (Where we'd watch depended on the day, but we always did from the Terrace at least once per visit). Needless to say, we weren't happy when "our spot" was taken away and replaced by an over-priced up-charge dessert party.

JohnDOct 31, 2018

Yep. At my trip scheduled for the week of Dec 9, I'm paying extra for: Dec 9: Jingle Bam Dessert Party Dec 10: Candlelight Package (Via Napoli) Dec 11: MVMCP Dec 12: ROL package (Tiffins) but could cancel (Seen the show. Nothing special). Dec. 13: Nothing so far. Thinking of Marceline to Magic tour. So, count me as No for paying twice as much during MVMCP. I'm already paying $100 for 8 hours. Why pay another $100 for overlapping three of those eight hours?

MisterPenguinOct 31, 2018

As someone who gets accused by certain haters of being a pixie duster, let me say this is an awful value. And this is from someone who, this year alone, bought two After Hours, a Halloween party, a Christmas party, and a Candlelight package. They'd have to drop the price to less than $25 for me to even consider it, and they're asking for a hundred.