Oh that's easily a front row seat in the Riverbell Terrance seating.
One, you get a good spot to eat dinner and wait for the show.
an' Two, it's a little farther than a front row seat alongside the river edge, where you'd HAVE to stand once the show starts.
Only problem is that with the crowds now-a-days it's a 3 hour Max wait. Then also you have to put up with rude guests that WILL shoot you dirty looks if you're not eating while sitting there. Also there's another bad possibility that some VERY rude guests in the standing area at the river's edge will put their kids up on their shoulders, blocking your view. Especially if they manage to stand right in front of you when they should keep moving to the right or left.
My tips is to bring snacks to look like you're eating before dinner rolls around. Once you're finished with dinner try and get something small, or munch on your snacks again. As long as you're eating, the rude bugger can't complain that "you're just sitting there..."
Also, if you want to ride something, make sure you have someone with you. Otherwise as soon as you get off your seat...10/1 someone will make a move for your table once you're five feet away from it.