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Flying Fish Changes at Disney’s BoardWalk Inn
Opening is set for late summer for Flying Fish restaurant at Disney’s BoardWalk Inn. “Cafe” has been dropped from the name, but the sophisticated interior will still pay homage to the golden era of seaside boardwalks.
Sustainable fish will be the star of the new menu, which is still being developed. The interior features an all-new kitchen and dining room (with expanded space for private dining events), sparkling architectural accents, like golden-winged room panels and a chandelier that mimics a school of flying fish swimming overhead.
AbracadaBar Coming to Disney’s BoardWalk Inn
Next door to Flying Fish is the new AbracadaBar lounge. It takes the spot formerly occupied by the candy and ice-cream shop. The new “curious cocktail lounge” combines the Golden Age of Magic with the magic of Disney storytelling. According to the story, the lounge was once a secret stomping ground for famous touring magicians, local boardwalk illusionists and the loveliest magician’s assistants of the day.
On one evening, every single magician in the lounge vanished into thin air, never seen again… And after sitting vacant for nearly 70 years, the secret magician’s lounge is now back in the spotlight. AbracadaBar guests will get a special peek into the sophisticated social club, and while it’s rumored that the magicians who frequented the lounge vanished without a trace decades ago, their magic still remains strongly intact, and can be seen, heard, and even savored in the bar’s signature cocktails.