Here’s what happens at Royal 21, Disneyland’s $15,000 private dining experience

Ladies and gents, welcome to 21 Royal, a palatial wonderland hidden above the Pirates of the Caribbean ride in Disneyland, California. For a magically enormous price—$15,000—you can treat a private party of 12 guests to a seven course dinner with wine pairings.

Your night naturally begins with valet parking or VIP coach transport to the private residence envisioned by Walt and Lillian Disney. Expect cool towels, specialty cocktails, appetizers galore and time to explore the two bedroom, 2,200-square foot space. Look for hidden Mickeys in the parlor, listen to the music and birds chirping and realize that yes, you’re in paradise.

Onto your meal prepared by renowned chef Andrew Sutton. Although the menu changes regularly, you'll definitely enjoy flawlessly prepared delicacies like caviar, A5 kobe and Alaskan king crab. Storytelling accompanies each fantastical course, so you know exactly how and why it was created.

Finally, you’re whisked away to a private balcony overlooking the plebes eating chicken fingers and churros (you've never been there, right?). You're plied with dessert, coffee, after dinner drinks and, of course, a spectacular fireworks show.

Is it worth $15,000? We sincerely implore you to make a reservation, take plenty of pics and report back.

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