There are a lot of changes coming soon for Disneyland Resort.
Mickey’s ToonTown is getting an upgrade PLUS a new ride, Tarzan’s Treehouse is getting some HUGE changes, and two new nighttime shows will debut soon. Downtown Disney is also getting a huge makeover, and now a restaurant there will be closing soon for refurbishment.
Ralph Brennan’s Jazz Kitchen, which serves up New Orleans-inspired food, will be closing its doors on January 9th for a refurbishment. When the restaurant reopens, it will be with a temporarily modified experience, suggesting that whatever updates the restaurant is getting will continue even after it reopens.
To stay updated, guests can visit the Ralph Brennan’s Jazz Kitchen website. We’ll also keep an eye on those updates and let you know when the restaurant announces its reopening.
In addition to a new look for Ralph Brennan’s, Downtown Disney is expected to get some new shops and restaurants, including a Chinese restaurant, Din Tai Fung, and a new Earl of Sandwich walk-up window. Catal and Uva Bar will be replaced by Paseo and Centrico, which will feature “inclusive visions of Mexican cuisine” by Michelin-starred Chef Carlos Gaytan.
We’ll keep an eye on the updates going on in Downtown Disney and continue to give you all the updates, so stay tuned to AllEars for more.
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