How are you with Disney Cruise Line (DCL) trivia? Well, DisneyParksBlog is having a little fun and calling all Disney Cruise Line fans to join in! In this “Where can you SEA this” series, Disney will release a photo from somewhere on their DCL fleet for all of us to guess where the image can be found. This visual challenge is inspired by one of our favorite Disney movies. Can you guess the location of this crafty mural?
Scroll down to find the answer.
If you guessed Rapunzel’s Royal Table aboard the Disney Magic, you are absolutely right! This restaurant combines tantalizing cuisine with dazzling live entertainment to create a unique dining experience that brings to life the world of Rapunzel.
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This fabled feast begins as you enter a royal ballroom adorned with paintings created by the princess herself. If you look closely, you may even spot Rapunzel’s elusive sidekick, Pascal, hiding around the dining room.
Throughout dinner, you’ll experience loads of lively entertainment—from singing and dancing with a merry band of musicians to musical performances by Princess Rapunzel, Flynn Rider and the mischievous Snuggly Duckling Thugs. You can even partake in the festivities and join a celebratory parade to cap off the night.
What’s for dinner? Our chefs have developed a mouth-watering menu inspired by the adventures of Rapunzel and Flynn Ryder. Some of the highlights include The Snugly Duckling Platter, a Bavarian-inspired charcuterie selection that is sure to please the meanest of ruffians.
Looking for something a little more refined? The Tangled Pasta features angel hair pasta tossed in a creamy basil pesto and accompanied with caramelized sea scallops.
The Flynn Rider Platter, with grilled smoked pork loin, roasted smoked pork belly, fried potato dumpling and Spätburgunder wine jus, will make you smolder.
Did you pass this “Where can you ‘Sea’ this?” challenge?