Maybe the restaurant will be multi-format, like the purposed 'Be Our Guest' at the new Fantasyland at WDW? That's suppose to be counter service during the day and table service at night.
If the space is designed right it could offer a lot of variety of offerings during an average day.
- Character Breakfasts with classic old school characters from the years represented in the park
- Elegant by more economic family friendly lunch's. An option for those who can't do a big fancy dinner but want something special.
- Elegant Dinners with live entertainment or even a stage show as part of the experience.
-- Add a living character experience like on the Disney Dream?
- Special lounge for VIP or special members. Used for special events as well.
- Small retail space in the front selling gormet treats that are unique to the park.
- Small display in lobby of memorabilia that is accessible to everyone.