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the food in world showcase
According to the Orlando Sentinel there are many more changes on the way to the restaurants in World Showcase. An expanded menu was already added to the San Angel restaurant inside the Mexico pavilion and a new tequila bar will soon be added nearby replacing a jewelry store. Following that the outdoor Cantina will also be expanded to offer better waterfront seating for the nightly Illuminations show. The Teppanyaki restaurant in the Japanese pavilion is still under itís major rehab. In Janurary the Nine Dragons eatery in the Chinese pavilion will be transformed and open up the kitchen area to allow for the staff to put on a little show with their cooking skills when it reopens in late Spring or Summer 2008. In Italy the Alfredo di Roma will become Tutto Italia by the end of August which will then evolve over the next 6 months into a new interactive dining experience.
These changes certainly sound exciting! I can't wait!
It's a good thing!
That was a smart move on Disney's part, they will probably sell alot more Tequila then jewlery. I'm a little bummed about Alfredo's but overall the changes sound positive,
I also imagine tequilla will sell better! LOL
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these sound like good changes to me, i will be looking forward to them!
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I just called WDW-DINE to make reservations for a 10/29 - 11/04/2007 trip. I was told that Tutto Italia would only be taking reservations for the "Candelight Processional." So, I said, "I'll have to look into that." Well, I looked and the Candlelight Processional seems to begin on 11/23, two and a half weeks after we'll be back in NJ. So, what's the real story?
Any light you can shed (candlelight or otherwise ;-) would be greatly appreciated.
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