Diners can travel by monorail around Walt Disney World for a culinary tour of the Seven Seas Lagoon.

Disney will launch its new Highway in the Sky Dine-Around Friday, with priority boarding and monorail stops at the Grand Floridian Resort & Spa, Polynesian Village Resort and Contemporary Resort. The monorail takes a loop around the Seven Seas Lagoon and connects the three resorts to EPCOT and the Magic Kingdom.

The $150 per person progressive dinner will include cocktails, appetizers, dinner, dessert, all gratuities and valet parking at the Contemporary.

Diners will be greeted with a welcome cocktail at The Wave … of American Flavors restaurant at the Contemporary. The next course at the Polynesian includes island-inspired cocktails and appetizers. Then, the monorail will stop at the Grand Floridian for the entree with wine pairing at the upscale Citricos restaurant, followed by a toast of sparkling wine and artisanal cheese in the hotel’s lobby. Guests can watch the fireworks display over the Magic Kingdom while enjoying desserts, cordials and coffee on a private patio at the Contemporary.

The progressive meal will be available on most Tuesday, Friday and Sunday nights beginning December 2. There will be no dine-around from Dec. 23-Dec. 31.

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