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Playing at Downtown Disney District
Playing at Downtown Disney District
PLAYING AT DOWNTOWN DISNEY
Downtown Disney District builds fun into nearly every shop and restaurant, so you don’t have to look far for entertainment. Sports fans can watch their favorite sporting event on a 60-foot TV screen, climb a rock wall, drive a virtual Formula One car, and play the latest sports-related video games at the ESPN Zone Sports Arena. Visit http://espnzone.com/anaheim for information on special events and to join the MVP Club for discounts. Smaller "Frozen" fans will adore Anna & Elsa's Boutique, where they can emerge looking like Anna, Elsa, or Olaf. Prices start at $34.95 (at press time) and go up from there, with wardrobe packages available. Make reservations by calling 714-781-7895 ($10 late cancelation fee per child).
Movie fans enjoy the 12-screen AMC Theaters with loveseat-style stadium seating, movie palace architecture, and bargain shows before noon. Regular tickets at press time are $13/adult, $10/kid, and $11.50/senior (60+). Catch New Orleans-style jazz at Ralph Brennan's Jazz Kitchen—Flambeaux's Jazz Club each night. Find its entertainment calendar at http://www.rbjazzkitchen.com. "Le jazz hot" has never sounded better! For a little romance, take an evening stroll through Downtown Disney to enjoy live street performers and catch a glimpse of the Disneyland fireworks show. Annual Passholders (see page 86) earn great discounts at many shops, restaurants, and entertainment venues in Downtown Disney, such as 10-15% off at AMC Theatres, Build-A-Bear, ESPN Zone, Fossil, LEGO, Marceline’s Confectionery, Quiksilver, Rainforest Cafe, and more. Just show your annual pass to receive your discount. Disney Vacation Club members may receive discounts, as well. Note: The House of Blues here closed in mid-2016, but re-opened at Anaheim GardenWalk in fall 2016 (see page 233).
Note that Rainforest Cafe, AMC Theatres, ESPN Zone, and Earl of Sandwich are being removed to make way for new Disneyland Resort hotel coming in 2021. It's not clear on when these establishments will close, but it possible that some of them may re-open inside the new resort.
The Splitsville Luxury Lanes is coming to Downtown Disney sometime in 2018. The upscale bowling alley and restaurant will feature 625 restaurant seats, a large outdoor patio overlooking the Downtown Disney District, two full-service bars, and 20 luxury bowling lanes. The new location is being built next to Tortilla Jo's. Their menu will include fresh-rolled sushi, gourmet appetizers, hand-cut steaks, burgers, crinkle-cut fries and hand-tossed pizzas. New concept art indicates it will be a 40,000 sq. ft., two-story building.
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