Shanghaist reports on “Touch of the Panda” a new Disney-produced movie that is opening in China. It follows the story of a Panda Cub separated from its mother. Even if the plots not original it might be worth it for the scenery. The film was shot in the Woolong Giant Panda Nature Reserve.
Continuing our overseas trip, we have a story on a book of stories and anecdotes about Tokyo Disneyland that may have been plagiarized. Lawyers are now involved.
Two updated posts to note: First I’ve added a couple photos to my post about the new Green Disneyland Bakery; Second it turns out the Sherman Brothers documentary will open on May 22nd. Right now it’s at four cities, which I’ve added to the original post.
So far Orlando has been lucky enough to avoid a confirmed case of Swine Flu. If the cases continue to grow, that won’t happen forever, but it’s good news for now.
One of the juiciest rumors in the week of rumors that were this week, was the tidbit that GE and Universal Studios is giving serious consideration to buying the Busch Entertainment Theme parks, including (or perhaps only) the SeaWorld properties.
Looking for a great night on the town that’s also affordable? You may want to make another trip back to Downtown Disney to check out some deals. Not sure how long these specials will last, so ask when making reservations. Look below the cut for details:
Fulton’s Crab House
Sunday at the Stone Crab Lounge
Get ready for the new week every Sunday from 11 a.m. to 11 p.m. with Fulton’s Oyster and Shrimp Bar in the Stone Crab Lounge! Watch the big game while slurping fresh Northeast oysters, which are buy one get one half-price or get your hands into Fulton’s spicy peel and eat shrimp for $10.95 a pound.
Complement the raw bar specialties with Fulton’s very own white wine for $5 a glass. You can always spice up the day with the Absolut Pepper Bloody Mary for $6.00 or cool things off with a domestic draft beer for $4.00.
Monday Movie Night
Next time you are at the movies, skip the popcorn and candy and save your hunger cravings for a treat at Fulton’s Crab House. Every Monday night, any guest to bring in their movie ticket stub from any theater will receive $10.00 off their bill as a credit for their movie ticket!
Each credit must be with the purchase of an entrée and maximum credit per party is four.
Fulton’s Sunset Prix Fixe
Start your dining experience early with Fulton’s Crab House as they offer their Sunset Prix Fixe menu from 4 p.m. to 6 p.m.! For $29.95, guests can choose from a soup or salad and mouth-watering entrees such as Prime Rib, Mahi Mahi or Free Range Chicken. Top it all off with a special dessert and complimentary soda or house coffee! Guests can also add a glass of Fulton’s red or white wine for $5.00! What a perfect way to end the night!
Wolfgang Puck Cafe
Sushi and Sake Happy Hour
Put an Asian twist on Happy Hour at Wolfgang Puck Café, located in Downtown Disney Orlando, as they offer Sushi and Sake Happy Hour! Every Monday through Thursday, from
4 p.m. to 6 p.m., Wolfgang’s offers a selection of sushi rolls and all sake for half-price. The selection of sushi rolls includes all nigri rolls, California roll, Spicy tuna roll, Tempura roll, Broiled Eel roll and Vegetarian roll. It’s the perfect way to relax after a hard day at work!
Date Night at Wolfgang Puck Café
Keep the romance in your relationship by heading to Wolfgang Puck Café, for their Date Night Menu! Every Sunday and Monday, Wolfgang Puck Café is offering a special 3-course menu for two priced at $35 per person available in the dining room only.
The menu includes Hand Selected Organic Baby Greens to share, Shrimp Scampi Risotto for each person, which is sautéed shrimp with garlic, white wine, lemon and parsley with creamy risotto and Baked Alaska for dessert. Guests also have a choice of a glass of champagne, chardonnay or cabernet sauvignon.