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Downtown Disney revitalization continues in Anaheim

New and refurbished venues are coming to the Disneyland
Resort’s Downtown Disney District in 2018, including craft brewer Ballast
Point, which will open its first Orange County location in Downtown Disney
later this year.

In addition to its standard beer selection, including the
flagship Sculpin IPA, Ballast Point will serve limited-edition beers available
only at Downtown Disney. The space will house Downtown Disney’s first on-site
brewery, as well as a tasting room, kitchen and outdoor beer garden.


New York-based Black Tap Craft Burgers Beer will open
its first California location in Downtown Disney later this year.

Splitsville Luxury Lanes, offering food, drinks, bowling and
entertainment, will be opening on Jan. 29. The Downtown Disney location will
feature 20 bowling lanes, four indoor and outdoor dining areas, some 25 flat-screen
TVs and live entertainment every day of the year.

Naples Ristorante e Pizzeria is undergoing renovations to
expand its patio, and three wood-burning ovens are being installed. The
restaurant will remain open throughout construction, which is slated to be
completed in fall 2018. Quick-service Italian restaurant Napolini will also
remain open while undergoing renovations.

In addition to the dining enhancements, Downtown Disney
recently added a virtual reality experience called Star Wars: Secrets of the
Empire by ILMxLAB and The VOID. Participants are transported into the Star Wars
universe, where teams of four people go undercover as Stormtroopers to obtain
imperial intelligence and help the rebellion.

The World of Disney, a store selling a large selection of
Disney toys, souvenirs, accessories and collectibles, is being refurbished and
will remain open for shopping during the majority of the refurbishment,
expected to be completed in phases throughout 2018.

The new Disney Home store, selling Disney-themed home goods,
will open in February 2018 in the former D-Street location.

The Downtown Disney District connects the Disneyland Park
and Disney California Adventure Park with the three on-property hotels at the
Disneyland Resort. The destination includes stores and eateries such as
Starbucks, La Brea Bakery Cafe, The Lego Store, Ralph Brennan’s Jazz Kitchen
and Sephora.

The Downtown Disney District parking lot offers three hours
of free parking with validation and a $20 minimum purchase from any Downtown
Disney location. Guests get up to five hours of parking with validation from
any Downtown Disney table-service restaurant or the AMC Downtown Disney 12 movie
theatre.

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