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Fly-Through Look at Animator’s Palate for the Disney Dream

Jonathan Frontado

by , Public Relations Director, Disney Cruise Line, Adventures by Disney and Disney Vacation Club

Last week we shared more details about Animator’s Palate on the Disney Dream and how the restaurant will transform into a sea environment during your meal. Today we have a unique fly-through look at what you can expect to see when work is complete. Check it out:

Walt Disney Imagineering is continuing to put the final touches on the experience. Please check back for updates on the restaurant.


  • For once, This is a place that I would like to be in the corner. Looks like the people in the center of the room will miss the details of the show. In the flyby, the tabels lined up remind me of a cafeteria.

  • Is there anywhere I can buy some of those chairs for in my kitchen? I am absolutely in love with them!

  • Wow, that looks great. We booked last week our cruise for august 2011 with the Disney Dream. Already looking forward to dine in Animators Palate

  • Ooooh, one year today I’ll be onboard and every update makes me even more excited!

  • This is awesome! Can’t wait to be on the inaugural cruise in January! Please keep the info coming~

  • I love the ears integrated into the carpet design (which they have started doing in the guest rooms at the Grand Californian) & I love how the chairs look like Mickey’s pants! Will Hidden Mickeys be incorporated into the overall design strategy?

  • THANK YOU!!!! That was so much fun!

  • Counting the seconds until January-February 2011!!!! Can’t wait for the next update!!!! Keep them coming 🙂 and THANK YOU 🙂

  • I love it! I’ll be there next April. I’m soooo excited!

  • HAHAHAH. I love the backs of the chairs!!!

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    All the best.

  • Hi Jonathan!

    Enjoying your blog!

    I have a question about mom blogging for disney. Is there a way I could e-mail you directly?

    Thanks so much!


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