Spirit of the Caribbean Comes to the new Centertown Market


Old Port Royale will be reopening at Disney’s Caribbean Beach Resort soon. Here guests will be able to check in instead of going to old Custom House, but they will be able to do much more at this new area.

The new Centertown Market will be open as a street market-style quick service restaurant complete with bright colors and details inspired by the Caribbean. The Disney Imagineers spend time researching various festivals throughout the islands looking for inspirations for the new hand-painted mural showcased in Centertown Market.

The Disney Parks Blog posted some beautiful sneak peeks!

According to Walt Disney Imagineering, you may find a mural like this in a local marketplace building in the Caribbean. The mural depicts a street parade complete with music, dance and lavish costume pieces made from feathers and colorful hand-cut and fringed crepe paper.

If you would rather eat at a table service restaurant, check out Sebastian’s Bistro. There are also many beautiful details, “including a screen of hand-painted fishing floats at the restaurant’s entrance.”

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I’m so excited for the new Old Port Royale to open again.

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