Disneyland’s California Adventure Park has been undergoing some changes. Recently, Disney Parks Blog released updates on the Parks improvements. Fans are more excited than ever to see some newly released photos of what is to come.
Originally, Pacific Wharf in Disney California Adventure Park, the area has since been turned into San Fransokyo from Walt Disney Animation Studios’ Academy Award-winning ‘Big Hero 6′ (2014).
“San Fransokyo Square will transport you to the not-too-distant future, in a fictional mash-up of two iconic cities – San Francisco and Tokyo. As the tech industry began to emerge and the local fishing trade fell on hard times, entrepreneurs came together to reinvent the seaside canneries into a vibrant, multicultural district of neighborhood restaurants and small businesses where you’ll be able to eat and shop.” – Disney Parks Blog
Disney’s newest update includes the eateries here with their menu items that are unique to the square. Previously, eateries included foods like soups and bread bowls, which will still exist to some capacity. Many food items will have Asian-inspired cuisine, as well as pull from the cultures of English, Japanese, and Spanish.
When Will San Fransokyo Be Open
Starting in mid-July tastings will be available at Lucky Fortune Cookery, and the Port of San Fransokyo Cervecería. As the summer continues other dining options will become available as well as shopping and the overall visual transformation of the plaza.
As the transformation of San Fransokyo Square continues at Disney California Adventure park at @Disneyland, you’ll soon be able to enjoy new dining options and more! Check out some of the exciting places you’ll be able to visit: https://t.co/3cFPDLKEUF pic.twitter.com/UdYTxajnlm
— Disney Parks (@DisneyParks) June 22, 2023
What’s to Come
San Fransokyo Maker’s Market will be filled with unique merchandise for the square, along with household items, featuring Baymax and friends. Speaking of Baymax, Guests will have the opportunity to meet at the Hamada Bot Shop or collect golden medallions of Baymax and friends from a new vending machine.
Furthermore, dining options that are soon to come are Aunt Cass Cafe, dishing out soup, and bread bowls with an Asian flare. Across from this quick-service restaurant will be a new adult favorite, Rita’s Turbine Blenders. Rita’s will offer margaritas and icy beverages. Lastly, new menu items will arrive at Cocina Cucamonga and Ghirardelli Soda Fountain and Chocolate Shop.
The tri-cultural influence will be a fun new addition to Disneyland. As described by Disney Dining, “San Fransokyo Square will be the epitome of cultural diversity.” With so many exciting things to come, a trip to Disneyland this summer sounds like a must!