25 de febrero de 2018

DISNEYLANDIA : Sustituye al Oasis de Aladino con un restaurant polinesio



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 Park officials are calling it a “dining location,” adding that few details are available at this time, but it won’t be a full-service restaurant. Continuing the park’s tradition, it will not serve alcohol.

 “This one-of-a-kind destination will be a popular rest stop for Adventureland locals and weary explorers alike,” Disney said in a vaguely worded written release. “Guests will be able to rub elbows with their favorite skippers in an exotic traders’ market, featuring all of the sights, sounds and flavors of the tropics.”

 The latest renovation of this spot seems to be returning it to the tropics. Observers have long wondered what Disneyland officials planned to eventually do with that Adventureland space, which opened in June 1962 as the Tahitian Terrace, which featured a Polynesian style meal and show.

 A lunch menu from that era posted on the Yesterland.com website showed a “Polynesian combination platter” for $1.85, non-alcoholic Planter’s punch for 50 cents and Hills Bros. coffee for 15 cents, among other offerings.

 A three-story-high artificial tree dominates the outdoor dining area, and people eat under its spreading branches. According to Disney official archives, Walt Disney didn’t think the tree was tall and impressive enough when it was built, so concrete was added to the base to enlarge it.

That restaurant, which shared a kitchen with the Enchanted Tiki Room, closed in 1993 and was replaced by Aladdin’s Oasis, capitalizing on the huge hit of the Disney animated feature of the adventurer who woos the princess Jasmine.

 This renovation is the latest to remove vestiges of the “Aladdin” movie from the Disney Anaheim parks, after the live musical show closed at Disney California Adventure in favor of “Frozen.” Only a few remnants, such a miniature Agrabah in Storybook Land, remain.

Aladdin’s Oasis, redesigned to include the “Cave of Wonders” from the film, offered vaguely Middle Eastern style food such as padadam wafers, shish kebobs, rice pilaf and and a show featuring music, singing, dancing and comedy by the movie characters, including the Genie...........

.....................https://www.ocregister.com/2018/02/22/disneyland-converting-the-closed-aladdins-oasis-into-a-new-adventureland-restaurant/


This photo depicts the Aladdin's Oasis in Disneyland's Adventureland in 2015. The space, between the Enchanted Tiki Room and the Jungle Cruise, opened originally in 1962 as the Tahitian Terrace dinner theater. In 1993, it was redesigned to reflect the popularity of the just-released Aladdin movie, before being closed and only opened for special events. Later, it was opened for take-out meals for parade viewing. (File photo by Mark Eades, Orange County Register/SCNG)

This photo depicts the Aladdin’s Oasis in Disneyland’s Adventureland in 2015. The space, between the Enchanted Tiki Room and the Jungle Cruise, opened originally in 1962 as the Tahitian Terrace dinner theater. In 1993, it was redesigned to reflect the popularity of the just-released Aladdin movie, before being closed and only opened for special events. Later, it was opened for take-out meals for parade viewing

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