Every few weeks our writers get together and answer a Disney-related question. Here is this week’s question and answers!
Question of the Week: If you could put a restaurant into any attraction (like Disneyland’s Pirates of the Caribbean, for example) what attraction would you pick and where in it would you put the restaurant?
Cassie – I would put one smack dab in the middle of space mountain. Everyone would have to wear night vision goggles and all the food would be space 🚀 themed.
Maybe also in Splash Mountain, in the upper part where the train use to pass through. It’s just my favorite right so I’m bias, but I think that’s would be awesome.
Andrew – Cassie cheated and put two, which is unfortunate because I was going to pick Splash Mountain! Jeez Cassie…
This may be cheating but I’m going to pick the Jungle Cruise. There’s already a restaurant inspired by the Jungle Cruise that executes its theme wonderfully. I would stick with that theme but make a restaurant in the Jungle Cruise an outdoor venue in the savannah scene (with the lions, zebras, etc.) That place sets you up for jokes galore and the skippers on the boats would have some added puns about the folks dining there. They have done this in Disneyland to an extent but the event is highly priced and isn’t an actual restaurant.
Melissa – You guys all picked good ones!!! (I especially really like the night vision goggle idea haha!) Since those lovely attractions are already taken I’m going to go with a restaurant in Kilimanjaro Safaris. Then while you’re eating you can watch the animals and if you’re on the ride you get another set of animals to look at!
Leslie – I would definitely pick to have a restaurant, or at least a special dinner night in the ballroom for Haunted Mansion. I think it would be such a neat experience and great for the guests both from those riding the ride and those enjoying the dinner. It may need to be an addition to the current ballroom but I think it would be cool.
What attraction would you put a restaurant in? Let us know in the comments!
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