Disney Parks Blog released information about two new dining experiences on Disney Cruise Line’s new ship, the Disney Wish. Disney’s newest ship is already in port at Port Canaveral in Florida awaiting its christening on June 29th and it’s first sailing on July 14th. On Monday, I was driving to the beach at Cape Canaveral and was lucky enough to see the Wish in port. It certainly is a beautiful ship.
The two new dining experiences are named 1923 and Marceline Market.
This all new dining room is named for the year that the Disney brothers started the Walt Disney Company. It combines the glamour of Hollywood and the fun of Disney animation. Guests will be able to experience the evolution of Disney animation while dining at this restaurant.
Around the restaurant, more than 1,000 drawings, props and tools of the trade of animation adorn the walls to highlight 16 different Disney films that played a strong role in the evolution of the company’s animation. Some of these film include: Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs, Fantasia, Cinderella, The Little Mermaid, and The Lion King.
The menu is inspired by the variety of cuisines that can be found in the great state of California, including Asian, European, and South American flavors. Wines from the Napa Valley will be showcased.
Marceline Market is inspired by Walt’s hometown of Marceline, Missouri, where his love of animals and steam engines flourished. Marceline is also the inspiration for Main Street USA at Disney Parks around the world. This buffet style restaurant includes 10 food stalls that are themed to various Disney classics including Zootopia and Alice in Wonderland.
There will be a variety of food to choose from at Marceline Market including American classics, plant based selections, comfort food, international dishes, desserts, and more.
It seems that the Disney Wish will be a great addition to the fleet of ships for Disney Cruise Line. Guests will have these two new dining experiences among others to partake in while onboard.
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