Something wicked is sticking around. Club Villain, Hollywood Studios’ premium villain-themed dining experience, has been extended through May 2016. The devious dinner debuted in January and had been announced to have a limited run. However, the dining concept has proven to be a hit with fans, and Disney has extended it multiple times since its premiere. If it continues to succeed, expect this concept to continue to be part of Hollywood Studios’ dining lineup for the foreseeable future.

What is Club Villain? It’s a two-hour evening of “frightfully fun entertainment, decadent desserts, bewitching beverages and more” that takes place at Sunset Showcase, next to Rock N Roller Coaster. Basically, it’s a dinner theater event featuring a cast of Disney’s most iconic villains. Dr. Facilier hosts a show full of dancing, singing, live performances, and a house DJ. Maleficent, Cruella De Vil, the Evil Queen, and the Queen of Hearts make appearances. Guests will have a chance to have a meet and greet with the villains.

The culinary offerings are New Orleans-inspired: Voodoo sticky “pig wings,” spicy shrimp sauteed with Andouille sausage, veggies, and more. These are served buffet-style. Villain themed cocktails, wine and beer, and non-alcoholic beverages are available. Don’t forget about the desserts, which include Maleficent’s Purple Angel Food Cupcake, The Evil Queen’s Green Apple Mousse with Green Glitter Glaze, and the Queen of Hearts’ Red Velvet Cupcake.


Club Villain is $129 per person, tax and gratuity included. A $30 discount for Annual Passholders and DVC members was recently announced for dates through March 22. No word if that offer has been extended, but it wouldn’t hurt to ask when booking your reservation. Reservations can be made via 407-WDW-DINE.

Have you been to Club Villain? What do you think? Do you plan on making this part of your next Disney World vacation? Let us know in the comments below!

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