"Hmmm, yes, ahh, see here now: the lads and I feel we are not as well-represented in Adventureland as we so rightfully deserve.
After all, mates, where would you all be without adventurous hunters and explorers and scientists such as myself, now, eh? It is we who brought back news, and photos, and specimens from these dark, dank, dangerous locales...it reminds me of my time in Calcutta: we were surrounded, and the theiving locals were out for our blood, and they were not to be denied. I remember Randolph, poor chap, had already taken one in the ribs, and he was fading fast--we had not eaten for three days; Thompson had just boiled and ate his shoes, if I remember correctly, when he slowly turned and said...."
Okay, you get the idea. Adventureland needs an over-the-top Adventurer's Club. This is certainly no new concept, but what I would wish to see is a little different. I would like an exclusive well-appointed restaurant. It would offer a complement to the ultra-exclusive Club 33, with out the pricey buy-in. But pricey would be the watchword for the menu itself. I imagine a lavishly decorated 'Trophy room', offering true 'fine dining' to the public within the berm.
As we have recently seen, people have been conditioned (and in some cases are eager) to overpaying for anything Disney.
I would, personally, love to see an Adventureland improvement to the NOS restaurant, The Blue Bayou. I think it would not only be a FANTASTIC thematic element, but a lucrative venture considering the lack of quality dining establishments offered to the Public.
What do MiceChatters think? It has been established time and time again that Disney fans will pay whatever Disney asks in exchange for a quality experience. Why not extend this principle to encompass Park restaurants? Wine would need to be served, IMO. What are your ideas about the 'New Adventurer's Club'? How would you like to see dining change in DL? Or is it just fine as it is?