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    A Restaurant in Ariel's Adventure?

    I was reading someone elses thread about an Ariel expansion and it made me think of having a Resteraunt inside like Blue Bayou with coral, clam tables, a fish courtet can play ( Idk how to spell ), etc....

    I am not sure since Ariels little resteraunt will be across from it.


    Tell me your thoughts on having a resteraunt in it?

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    re: A Restaurant in Ariel's Adventure?

    Heres something I just drew up as the Cushion/ Back of the chair. If its the back of the chair you put your back against we can make it cushiony.



    Not the best but you get the point... ( Or I hope you do )

    Heres the Entire Chair without the legs..... Its kind of bad. Not my best.



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    re: A Restaurant in Ariel's Adventure?

    No. It wouldn't be anything like the Bayou.

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    re: A Restaurant in Ariel's Adventure?

    Well no not like that..... difficult to explain.

    Hmm like at the BAnd scene there could be a room or something behind it with a resteraunt.


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    re: A Restaurant in Ariel's Adventure?

    Quote Originally Posted by Babs09 View Post
    Well no not like that..... difficult to explain.

    Hmm like at the BAnd scene there could be a room or something behind it with a resteraunt.


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    Again, no. It works in Pirates because that atmosphere is soooo iconic and this would be...tacky.'

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    re: A Restaurant in Ariel's Adventure?

    I really like the idea, especially because Ariel's Grotto is going generic princess after the refurb, to my knowledge...
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    re: A Restaurant in Ariel's Adventure?

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    Again, no. It works in Pirates because that atmosphere is soooo iconic and this would be...tacky.'

    In Kiss the Girl sequence? Or Fathoms Below? Or even Under the Sea? I think it would be quite impressive and nice.

    However, the space is so small as is... bet barely the queue and ride fit already lol

    But I don't think it would AT ALL be "tacky"

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    re: A Restaurant in Ariel's Adventure?

    If there were room for it, I think it would be awesome to have a little mermaid inspired restaurant.

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    re: A Restaurant in Ariel's Adventure?

    What I haven't quite grasped is if AA will be IN water. Kiss De Girl seems odd if there won't be any water

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    re: A Restaurant in Ariel's Adventure?

    You know, I think it'd actually be cute!
    I didn't agree at first, but then I actually read what you had to say, and it sounds like a pretty sweet idea.
    I don't think it'd be tacky at all! Granted, it wont be anything like the Bayou, but I know what you mean anyway. It wont have the same ambience as the Blue Bayou, but it'd still have a specific theme. Instead of feeling like you're eating outside it'll be like you're eating Under the Sea (har har har)!
    I LOVE IT! (But maybe because I love everything Little Mermaid.)
    But still, love the clam shell chair idea.

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    re: A Restaurant in Ariel's Adventure?

    Even after the re-do, so much of the Little Mermaid based attractions will be too far away from each other. And they are NOT going far enough into the Little Mermaid Theme for this "Oceanside" theme. It's really more than disappointing, especially since it's been announced that WDW will be getting Prince Eric's Castle. . . . and Paradise Pier is getting the crappy disjointed Paradise Pier / with a little Little Mermaid Theme sprinkled here and there.

    DCA ALL ALONG, should have taken some inspiration from Tokoyo Disney Sea, and create a large portion around paradise puddle as exclusive for an Under the Sea area, for Prince Erics Castle or King Triton's Castle. But DCA once again proves that they are screwing things up again. Why is Jumping Jellyfish on one end of paradise puddle, and King Triton's Carousel WAY on the Other Side? And Ariel's restaurant is halfway between the Carousel and the Attraction. THAT should have been one of the major goals with the makeover is to place attractions together, in a coherent fashion.

    AND YES, then DCA should have taken some of the inspiration from New Orleans Square, by creating a truly unique dinning experience (although NOT one that would let you see inside the main show building of attraction, just a little preview, like what pirates does.

    By creating more unified Fantasy area exclusively for Ariel, you would be solving a major problem for Paradise Pier. THEY NEED to do it RIGHT this 2nd TIME, But they are BLOWING IT already. They NEED to do for Ariel, what they are Doing for CARS!!!!

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    re: A Restaurant in Ariel's Adventure?

    Quote Originally Posted by Aladdin View Post
    Even after the re-do, so much of the Little Mermaid based attractions will be too far away from each other. And they are NOT going far enough into the Little Mermaid Theme for this "Oceanside" theme. It's really more than disappointing, especially since it's been announced that WDW will be getting Prince Eric's Castle. . . . and Paradise Pier is getting the crappy disjointed Paradise Pier / with a little Little Mermaid Theme sprinkled here and there.

    DCA ALL ALONG, should have taken some inspiration from Tokoyo Disney Sea, and create a large portion around paradise puddle as exclusive for an Under the Sea area, or for Prince Erics Castle. But DCA once again proves that they are screwing things up again. Why is Jumping Jellyfish on one end of paradise puddle, and King Triton's Carousel WAY on the Other Side? And Ariel's restaurant is halfway between the Carousel and the Attraction. THAT should have been one of the major goals with the makeover is to place attractions together, in a coherent fashion.

    AND YES, then DCA should have taken some of the inspiration from New Orleans Square, by creating a truly unique dinning experience (although NOT one that would let you see inside the main show building of attraction, just a little preview, like what pirates does.

    By creating more unified Fantasy area exclusively for Ariel, you would be solving a major problem for Paradise Pier. THEY NEED to do it RIGHT this 2nd TIME, But they are BLOWING IT already. They NEED to do for Ariel, what they are Doing for CARS!!!!


    This highlights why I think Disney Execs were on an illegal drug while planning DCA. Why do Californians want to visit a (cheap) book review of California when California itself does it 10 times better. Apparently the Pirates philospohy for WDW and why it wasn't supposed to be built was tarnished- and I can't even imaine Californians wanted a California park, so I honestly don't know what they were thinking.

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    re: A Restaurant in Ariel's Adventure?

    Uhh... DCA isnt just for Californians.. It was designed to bring in tourists and make it a destination resort. That kinda sounds selfish

    Quote Originally Posted by ICe101 View Post
    Again, no. It works in Pirates because that atmosphere is soooo iconic and this would be...tacky.'
    In your opinion anyway... All he means by like the Blue Bayou is that it would be looking into the ride. I think that if the space was there and you could look out on the AA's in the ocean singing and swimming, that would be really cool. Talk about a unique dining experience.

    Quote Originally Posted by Imagineer Scott View Post
    What I haven't quite grasped is if AA will be IN water. Kiss De Girl seems odd if there won't be any water
    Apparently the AA will not be in water, but they are trying to make it look as though she is. Apparently making her body and hair "float in water" is proving to be very difficult resulting in an extremely sophisticated AA.

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    re: A Restaurant in Ariel's Adventure?

    And the dinning experience would make you feel as if your underwater and you can some what see the Clam Shell cars passing by. Also, Isn't there some space left behind Ariel's area? I'm Unsure though.

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    re: A Restaurant in Ariel's Adventure?

    I think this is a great idea. Just make sure it isn't a seafood restaurant! lol
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