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June 15

June 15, 2012 – The Fiddler, Fifer & Practical Café Opens in Disney California Adventure

“Swing in for the enchanting sights and sounds of Buena Vista Street – and a cup of Starbucks coffee – at this charming café.”

On June 15, 2012, the Fiddler, Fifer & Practical Café opened on Disney California Adventure’s Buena Vista Street. Named after the characters from the 1933 Silly Symphony The Three Little Pigs, the café serves Starbucks coffee, sandwiches, and assorted pastries.

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May 24

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May 24, 2017 – The Captain’s Grille Closes in Walt Disney World

On May 24, 2017, the Captain’s Grille restaurant closed in Walt Disney World’s Yacht Club Resort. It opened on January 1, 2008, replacing the Yacht Club Galley, and featured classic seafood dishes that matched the nautical theme of the resort. It served breakfast, lunch, and dinner, with dishes ranging from smoked salmon on a toasted bagel, New England-style lobster roll, and buttermilk fried rock shrimp. The restaurant was replaced by the Ale & Compass Restaurant on November 4, 2017.

May 17

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May 17, 2004 – The Restaurant The Artist’s Palette Opens

“Delight your palate with a meal at The Artist’s Palette restaurant at Disney’s Saratoga Springs Resort & Spa.”

On May 17, 2004, the counter-service restaurant The Artist’s Palette opened in Disney’s Saratoga Springs Resort and Spa in Walt Disney World. Serving breakfast, lunch, and dinner, the restaurant provides quick-service meals such as gourmet sandwiches, savory pies, and salads.

May 3

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May 3, 1997 – The Restaurant Ariel’s Closes

“For a storybook celebration in your own underwater realm, this themed event space at Disney’s Beach Club Resort offers the perfect blend of casual elegance and fish-tale fantasy.”

On May 3, 1997, the themed restaurant Ariel’s, located in Walt Disney World’s Beach Club Resort, officially closed. The seafood restaurant was created to match the nautical theme of the resort, and was named after the main character of the animated feature film The Little Mermaid. After closing, the restaurant’s area was used as a reception venue for weddings held in Walt Disney World. It was briefly reopened in 2017 to accommodate guests while the resort’s main restaurant Captain Grille’s was being refurbished.

April 28

April 28, 1997 – Cinderella’s Royal Table Officially Opens in Walt Disney World

“Fairytale dining at Cinderella’s Royal Table.”

On April 28, 1997, the special dining experience restaurant Cinderella’s Royal Table opened in Walt Disney World’s Magic Kingdom Park, located in Cinderella Castle. A restaurant had always existed within the castle, known as King Stefan’s Banquet Hall (named for the king in Sleeping Beauty); after the renaming to Cinderella’s Royal Table, it eventually became a place for character dining, where guests could meet the titular princess along with other Disney princesses.

April 22

April 22, 1998 – The Tusker House Restaurant Opens in Disney’s Animal Kingdom

“At this colorful Harambe marketplace eatery, you’ll find a family-focused buffet brimming with African flavors.”

On April 22, 1998, the buffet-style restaurant Tusker House opened in Disney’s Animal Kingdom Park, located in Walt Disney World. Guests can experience character dining with Safari Donald Duck and friends, from breakfast to dinner, while enjoying African-themed dishes such as peri peri whole salmon, basmati rice and curry chicken, and banana bread pudding. Guests 21 and older can go to the nearby Dawa Bar, where they can taste South African wines and African beers.

April 15

April 15, 1983 – The Restaurant Royal Street Veranda Opens in Tokyo Disneyland

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On April 15, 1983, the quick service restaurant Royal Street Veranda opened in Tokyo Disneyland’s Adventureland area. Sponsored by Kirin, this juice bar provides Kirin lemon soda, apple tea soda, and mix orange soda. The stop also features specialty candy and decorated cases.