Should You Book a Fireworks Dessert Party During Mickey’s Not-So-Scary Halloween Party in Disney World? We Found Out!

It may only be August, but Disney says it’s Halloween, so Happy Halloween, everyone!

Halloween Decorations in Magic Kingdom

Disney World celebrates the spooky season with Mickey’s Not-So-Scary Halloween Party at Magic Kingdom. The party takes place after the park closes to day guests and requires a separate ticket. There are a lot of things to do during the party, like watching the special fireworks, the parade, the Hocus Pocus stage show, trick-or-treat, and more. One of those things you can do is attend one of two available dessert parties. We were invited by Disney to attend one of these dessert parties — here’s how it went!

Alright, let’s start with the basics. There are two dessert parties offered during Mickey’s Not-So-Scary Halloween Party. There is Disney’s Not-So-Spectacular Dessert Party with Plaza Garden Viewing which is a dessert party that offers a dedicated fireworks viewing space at Plaza Garden. The other dessert party is Disney’s Not-So-Spooky Spectacular Dessert Party at Tomorrowland Terrace which is the same thing, but with a closer viewing location from the Tomorrowland Terrace seating area. The party itself is at Tomorrowland Terrace for both, the only difference between the two is the fireworks viewing location.

Tomorrowland Terrace Dessert Party

The dessert party with Plaza Garden fireworks viewing is priced at $99 per adult; $59 per child (ages 3 to 9) while the Tomorrowland Terrace party is a little pricier at $115 per adult; $69 per child (ages 3 to 9). So, what’s included in that price? For the price you pay, you get a variety of desserts, beer, wine, and non-alcoholic beverages, and, of course, exclusive viewing of the fireworks. Let’s take a look at the specific offerings!

Let’s start with some beverages. There was a bar serving up a variety of beers and wines.

The bar

For non-alcoholic options, there was some coffee and hot water you could use to make tea, along with a variety of teabags to choose from.

Coffee offerings

You can also get some cold drinks like water, strawberry lemonade, and even POG (passion fruit, orange, and guava) juice!

Cold drinks

Now that we’ve quenched our thirst, let’s take a look at the desserts (the most important part!).

Nice spread!

There were a lot of options to choose from and they weren’t boring, stereotypical offerings, either! There were Pistachio Crunch Bars…

Pistachio Crunch Bar

…Oreo Cheesecake Mousse…

Oreo Cheesecake Mousse

…Dark Chocolate Cookies…

Dark Chocolate Cookie

…Pumpkin Toffee Cupcakes…

Pumpkin Toffee Cupcake

…Firehouse Doughnuts (which can also be found at Tony’s Town Square Restaurant)…

Firehouse Doughnuts

…Butterscotch Pudding with caramel popcorn…

Butterscotch Pudding

…Chocolate and Vanilla Cake Bites…

Chocolate and Vanilla Cake Bites

…and a Caramel Apple Crepe!

Caramel Apple Crepe

There was also a station for some assorted fruit, where we found things like watermelon and cantaloupe.

Assorted fruit

If sweet isn’t your thing, then there’s something for you at the party, too! There’s a platter dedicated to cheese and crackers.

Assorted Cheese and Crackers

Also available were some chocolate chip and sugar cookies with assorted sprinkles.

Cookies with assorted sprinkles

The real star of the show for these dessert parties, is, of course, the special viewing of the fireworks. This is the view from the Plaza Garden dessert party!

Fireworks view

The view you get with the dessert party really can’t be beat, so if watching Disney’s Not-So-Spooky Spectacular is important to you and your group, you might consider making a reservation for the dessert party.

Fireworks!

One thing to keep in mind is that the dessert party does take a decent chunk of time away from the rest of Mickey’s Not-So-Scary Halloween Party. It lasts 2 hours total, and although your table is held so you can pop in and out, you’re ultimately paying to be at the dessert party and to enjoy all of these offerings. This is an awesome way to see the fireworks, but might not be the best choice if you want to experience everything there is to see at the regular Halloween party!

Curious about other Halloween party offerings? We attended the very first night of Mickey’s Not-So-Scary Halloween Party, so you can see what we got up to here. You can also check out all of the ride overlays and some of the best costumes we saw on party night! As always, make sure to stay tuned to AllEars for the latest Disney news.

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