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    Talking what other places give WOC pass' ?

    i dont feel like paying $16 for a PB&J

    and i remember reading awhile back that there were some resturants that give out pass'
    does any1 know which ones ?
    i dont mind paying for good food


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    Re: what other places give WOC pass' ?

    Currently, it is just Wine Country Trattoria. Ariel's Grotto used to, but I believe they have stopped offering that.
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    Re: what other places give WOC pass' ?

    calsig31 is correct about Ariel's Grotto, they stopped offering WOC dining packages and opted for day-round character dining. Wine Country Trattoria still offers WOC dining packages.

    At the Carthay Circle Restaraunt, "the purchase one of the lunch or dinner combinations below to be eligible to receive a spot that grants you access to a Center Stage Viewing Area", as explained on the page about WOC on the DCA website.

    Here's a link to that site that better explains these two options:
    Dining | World of Color | Disney California Adventure Park

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    Re: what other places give WOC pass' ?

    Quote Originally Posted by calsig31 View Post
    Currently, it is just Wine Country Trattoria. Ariel's Grotto used to, but I believe they have stopped offering that.
    When did you hear that? I ate at Ariel's Grotto in March and we got WOC passes.

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    Re: what other places give WOC pass' ?

    Quote Originally Posted by emilyinwonderland View Post
    When did you hear that? I ate at Ariel's Grotto in March and we got WOC passes.

    The change was made in June. Disney Parks Blog reported it...Dinner with Ariel and Her Princess Friends Coming Soon to Ariel’s Grotto at Disney California Adventure Park Disney Parks Blog

    To the OP, you can also get WOC fastpasses without having to pay for a dining option by getting them at the GRR fastpass machines.

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    Re: what other places give WOC pass' ?

    As far as the picnic dinners-I've had the chicken twice. It's not bad. Discount for APs, too.
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    Re: what other places give WOC pass' ?

    The picnics are awful. Cold food and for the money, not nearly enough to even fill you up. You're basically paying 12 bucks for snack and a good spot for the show.

    btw, *passes

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    Re: what other places give WOC pass' ?

    I just checked the picnics website and it doesn't list the option with the cured meats and cheeses and that was the one I was planning on ordering next week. The website doesn't show this option or list it but says there are four options for adults... Anyone know more?

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    Re: what other places give WOC pass' ?

    I ate at Carthay Circle on Saturday for dinner and got the WOC passes. They used to have all the "preferred dinning" together in one section (Both Ariel's Grotto and Wine Country) but with Carthay circle the passes are for a different section. They use the same entrance (Reserved) but the Carthay section is back and two the right of the Wine Country section (which is the center area where the "preferred dinning" section was).

    I wasn't really happy about this as I prefer being up against the railing behind the splash zone. Luckily, the cast members let us go there anyway. The Carthay Circle section is still really good just further back (I think it used to be part of the original yellow section). Some people like being further back but I do not.

    I will also add that although you are required to purchase either an entre and dessert or entre and starter, they include the salads as entres. This means you could technically get the passes for about $20 a person versus the near $40 Wine Country package. We did not do this though (at least not this time).

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