No, FPs with the meal are all standing as well. However, you can go the route of the WOC Dessert Party. We have never done it but from my obsession with all things Disneyland, I have gleaned the below information about the dessert party.
What it includes:
A seat for the show, in your very own chair at at table with 1-3 other individuals.
A dessert spread which I believe is all you can eat (also cheese and fruit if you don't have a huge sweet tooth).
2 drinks with a choice from hot chocolate, an alcoholic beverage of some sort and another non-alcoholic choice. I forget what the alcoholic & non-alcoholic ones are but I believe they are some sort of sparkly/bubbly concoction, one with the spirits, one without.
Layout of the section/view of the show: You are clear of any splash/wet zones and far enough back to see the full scale of the "stage" which IMHO is better than being up front and having the show in your face.
There are two rows of tables set up, the front ones being lower, normal sized round tables, the back row being elevated director's chair level tables putting you above the heads of the people in the front of your section. Plus, the whole dessert party section is elevated from the one immediately in front of it, you have a clear view, even seated at the lower tables in the front.
How it works:
You'll get seated about 45-60 min before the show to have time to enjoy as much dessert as possible. You're waited on by a team of servers which lessen their presence but are still available once the show starts.
Once the show does start you'll be pretty occupied though as the view really is beautiful from this section. (I know this because when we get the free FPs we usually try for the rail that is just behind the dessert party because this is a great view as long as you can get the rail to minimize the number of heads in front of you. With the dessert party being clear of all the head in front of them, they really do get a treat of a view).
What kind of damage will it do go your pocket book: Last I heard the cost was $79/person and there is no kid price or annual passholder discount to alleviate that price tag. Even though the kids pay the same price it's still a deal for them because they do get a light-up glow with the show cup from what I hear. They normally sell them in the park for $24ish so it kind of evens up the cost of not having a kid price.
In summary: It's pretty pricey, but if you want a seat for the show and , it's the way to go.
FWIW, my opinon: The price has not yet been worth it to me, seeing as how you can pull a disconnected FP and not spend a dime. Yes these sections are standing only and require you to spend time getting to the show 45-60 min early with no endless dessert. However, you can sit on the ground while you wait & bring dinner to have a picnic dinner at your spot. We usually do with corn dogs from the nearby Corn dog castle. Or if we already ate, we'll get ice cream. Also, 15 min before the show, there's the Fun Wheel Challenge you can play from your phone using the WiFi only availalble on the pier and the winner of each of the rounds gets to control the fun wheel. It's a great way to get excited to pass the last few minutes before the show starts after you have already finished eating and waiting for the 30-45 min.
Sorry for quite lengthy response to your quick question, but I just wanted to give you a clear idea of the options available. Good luck planning!