Guests evacuated a restaurant at Disney’s Magic Kingdom today

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Magic Kingdom is the most popular theme park in the world. Today, however, an unfortunate incident occurred that forced diners to evacuate one of the restaurants.

Cinderella’s Royal Table

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Cinderella’s Royal Table is one of the most expensive and sought-after experiences in all of Disney World. After all, where else can you dine in a castle? Guests enjoy a royal banquet with delicious mains such as roasted chicken, tenderloin and the catch of the day.

Dining at Cinderella’s royal table is a magical experience.

After going up the spiral stone staircase, you come to the main dining room. You feel like you stepped into a castle with the red and purple velvet plush tapestries and light sparkling through stained glass castle windows. Window seats also overlook the back of Cinderella’s Castle. A few years ago I (Susan) went there for my birthday and really enjoyed seeing Fantasyland.

Changed experience

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The dining experience has changed significantly since the parks reopened after the pandemic. Guests can no longer meet princesses like before, but one thing that has changed recently is that they can meet Cinderella! Check out Maggie’s review of this experience HERE.

Check out Monica’s post HERE to read an overview of what the dining experience was like before this recent change.


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The week of Thanksgiving is one of them busiest of the year. We reported wait times, Genie+, and Individual Lightning Lane pricing this week. You definitely need a lot of patience and a good touring strategy.

What happens if your royal dining experience is interrupted? That happened this afternoon. Guests report being evacuated from Cinderella’s royal table!

Soon after, guests were allowed back into the restaurant to finish their meals. Cast members told guests that the fire alarm is sensitive to smoking food. oops!

Guests were evacuated from Cinderella’s royal table today.

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