To say it’s an era of change for the Disney parks would be an understatement, and Disney is continuing to keep us on our toes, as they’ve just announced a massive overhaul to Disneyland Resort’s Downtown Disney District — let’s find out what you need to know.
In addition to the exciting changes coming to Disney’s Paradise Pier hotel that were recently announced, Disney has shared that the Downtown Disney District will be transformed to “introduce more innovative shopping, dining and entertainment experiences.”
According to Disney, the west-end area will blend “vibrant color palettes” influenced by Southern California mid-century modern architecture.
Of course, this also means new dining experiences — like Din Tai Fung, a family-run Chinese restaurant that serves up family-style traditional dishes, and a new Earl of Sandwich walk-up window.
Chef Carlos Gaytan, who is a Michelin-starred chef, “will bring his inclusive vision of Mexican cuisine to Paseo and Centrico in the locations currently occupied by Catal & Uva Bar, brought to life by Patina Restaurant Group.”
As if that weren’t enough, Disney is also working on a menu revamp at Ralph Brennan’s Jazz Kitchen, in hopes that it will incorporate fresh energy to the menu while maintaining all the aspects that make this dining location a fan-favorite.
One thing is for sure, there is an exciting transformation awaiting Downtown Disney, and we’re already on the edge of our seats in anticipation. For the latest Disney news and beyond, don’t forget to stay tuned to AllEars!
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