Have you ever wondered about doing a Disney Dinner Show? For two table service credits you can enjoy the this Spirit of Aloha Show that is a Yummy Delight. The family style meal is fantastic and the dancing and fire show is fun for people of all ages.
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Spirit of Aloha Show
It can be hard to decide where to eat at Disney World! It is not for lack of tempting choices, tantalizing choices, and fun Disney characters. The problem is quite the opposite – there are too many choices and not enough meals during your stay!
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Getting to the Polynesian Spirit of Aloha Dinner Show
The Polynesian Spirit of Aloha Dinner Show is at the lovely Polynesian Resort. You can get here easily on the monorail from either Magic Kingdom, Epcot, or other resorts on the monorail.
I highly suggest arriving early and enjoying this lovely resort. You can rent a boat, a double/quadruple bike, get a dole whip dessert, check out their shops, pin trade, explore the lovely grounds, and enjoy the white sand beach.
Spirit of Aloha Food
Your meal is served as soon as you sit down and will be brought out in courses as the show begins. (But don’t worry, this part of the show is hardly worth watching.) Your first platter will include salad with honey lime vinaigrette, pineapple, and two other cold salads along with pineapple-coconut bread.
Your dinner includes Island pulled pork, BBQ ribs, roasted chicken and Polynesian rice and vegetables. Dessert is pineapple bread pudding with caramel sauce – which some people loved, I didn’t really care for it. But then again I don’t really care for bread pudding. Included in your ticket are soft drinks, lemonade, and coffee.
Spirit of Aloha Show
The 2 hour long show will entertain you while you eat for two table service credits on the Disney Dining Plan.
The first hour+, with the exception of the very small part where the kid are invited to participate, is a waste. The cheesy show is more like a want-a-be sitcom that never gets picked up. Honestly, I was toying with leaving after eating because the first part was just plain boring. But don’t leave!
The last 45 minutes of the show is truly wonderful. You will be mesmerized by the Polynesian dancing, the bright costumes, the variety of dances, and the exhilarating fire dancing.
Your whole family will enjoy that last 45 minutes of the show. You’ll be glad you came!
After the Aloha Dinner Show . . .
After you finish the Aloha Dinner Show the sun will just be about to set. Don’t miss the opportunity to watch the sun set over the lake and hopefully catch a spectacular view of the Magic Kingdom Wishes Fireworks show. You can even stay and catch a movie under the stars at the beach.