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Up Close with Indy Jones at Tables in Wonderland on April 30

The Tables in Wonderland team just keeps coming up with fun ideas for dinner. This time it’s a “Cairo Dinner Show” at the Indiana Jones Epic Stunt Spectacular at Disney’s Hollywood Studios – and everyone gets to be on stage! Diners will watch the first scene of the live-action show from the first two rows, then the set will open to reveal a beautifully set dining room right on the stage. And while guests dine, the director yells “Action!” and the adventures continue all around the tables.

Up Close With Indy Jones At Table In Wonderland April 30

You’ll be close enough to witness some of the movie-making magic responsible for Indy’s triumphs over epic-scale obstacles. Based on the blockbuster film “Raiders of the Lost Ark,” the show re-creates scenes with more than a dozen stunt performers demonstrating techniques Hollywood uses to fool moviegoers into thinking a favorite celebrity has taken a punch, fall or bullet.

Dinner is inspired by the food of the Middle East (where the movie takes place), served buffet style with salads, hot grilled seasonal veggies, roasted spiced lamb meatballs with cucumber mint raita and harissa, braised chicken breast, Moroccan-spiced seafood tangine, grilled flatbreads, sweets and more. Beer, wine and specialty drinks are included.

The dinner show is 7:30-9:30 p.m. on April 30. Cost is $160 per person plus tax, gratuity included. For reservations, e-mail with the following information: your interest to book, your name, daytime phone number, home address and the number of people in your party. You will be notified on a “first-come, first-served” basis. Your credit card will be taken over the phone once your reservation is confirmed. The event is limited to 250 and only for Tables in Wonderland members.


  • Wow this looks like a fun evening!!!

    Any chance of an event like this at The Enchanted Tiki Room someday in the Magic Kingdom? I imagine Jose and his Flock would be wonderful hosts and would give us a wonderful evening full of Tropical Serenading that would be a memory for life…..

  • Looks like fun! Wish I could make it. I agree with the above comments. I think Hyperion Warf will be great but that doesn’t mean Adventurers club shouldn’t be redesigned and added to Animal Kingdom, Morocco, or African Outpost in Epcot, or in Hyperion Warf as an homage to the previous tenants. I think a re-imagining of the Adventurers Club including less booze similar suggestive comedy and a full dinner menu inspired by worldly cuisine would make fans happy and the companies bottom line happy. I am so exited about this dinner looks great keep making amazing TIW options like this and I just might have to get a card and move to Orlando!

  • This sounds like fun, but its crazy money for a dinner show. I think that Disney should bring back the Adventurers Club so we can enjoy the spirit of the adventure again.


  • I heard great word of mouth about the ConGaloosh 2010 convention which celebrated the amazing Adventurer’s Club! If they do it again, I SHALL RETURN!!!!!!

  • This is a great venue for a dinner 🙂 The ConGaloosh in 2010 was there and people REALLY liked it. Although this does not have the true adventurers of the Adventurers Club in it, I’m sure it will still be fun (albeit with no Hathaway Brown).

    Save the Adventurers Club…Kungaloosh!!!

  • I was AT a dinner like this, the ConGaloosh 2010 convention celebrating WDW’s amazing Adventurer’s Club. It is a phenomenal place for a dinner. The set is absolutely amazing, and the effects are truly magnificent. Wish I could make this one…

    BTW, I hope that Disney is working on bringing back the Adventurer’s Club, that wonderful and unique venue that my family enjoyed so much .

  • We did this last year but instead of Indy, it was the characters from the Adventurers Club. It was way too fun! They should really offer that option too. To have a night at the Adventurers Club.

  • Aside from the price, I would do this in a heartbeat!

  • Sounds fun but boy does that price sound steep!

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