Quoting from his Blog:
“I’ve learned of a couple of new venues that are planned for the (currently) very dusty Disney Springs project. One will be a restaurant called Walt’s — not sure where they came up with that name — and another will be a bar and lounge known as the Neverland Tunnels.
Details are still a little sketchy, but both will be located near the previously announce Edison, which will be set up as a speakeasy. Neverland Tunnels will make use of the space that once sat beneath the Adventurers Club at Pleasure Island.”
The Neverland tunnels are rumored to be adult only and the Neverland Tunnels will be located below the former Adventurers Club location. It will reportedly be accessible only through The Edison and “Walt’s”
Disneyland Paris does have a restaurant called Walt’s. According to the official Disneyland Paris site Walt’s Serves sophisticated and contemporary American cuisine, this is a Victorian-style tribute to the life and work of Walt Disney.
At Walt’s you can Dine amongst a timeless backdrop of Walt’s finest moments in rooms themed to reflect the six worlds of Disneyland® Park. Enter the grand lobby and make your way to the first floor. As you ascend the steps, framed images of Walt’s work take you on a journey from the creation of Mickey Mouse to the release of Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs. Once seated, you can tuck into delicious American meals and admire the setting of your chosen room.
In Disneyland Paris, The themed rooms of Walt’s are:
- Grand Canyon®
Adjacent to the main Frontierland® room, this quiet space displays drawings of the Grand Canyon as seen from the Disneyland Railroad attraction
A gothic-style room that presents an early vision of Fantasyland®. The room is adorned with paintings, concept art and sculptures of European tales, such as Sleeping Beauty, Pinocchio and Alice in Wonderland
To underline Jules Verne’s strong influence on Discoveryland®, this room displays a huge collection of illustrations from his many books. There’s even a fireplace ornamented with a golden model of the Nautilus
Oriental in style, this room features sketches of the Pirates of the Caribbean ride and the never-built Jungle Cruise by Imagineer Marc Davis
- Disneyland Hotel®
A smaller room featuring sketches which inspired the architecture of Disneyland Hotel®
Big Thunder Mountain, Phantom Manor and Thunder Mesa Riverboats dominate this library-like room themed after the haunted town of Thunder Mesa
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