Guests will step back into yesteryear when they dine inside the brand-new 1923 restaurant. Named after the year the Walt Disney Studios were founded, 1923 is full of glass wall displays housing animation sketches, storyboards, props, and even costume pieces that were once used to create some of your favorite Disney animated films. 1923 is by far the most sophisticated restaurant of the 3 rotational dining rooms, steeped in history with an old Hollywood glamour feel. The restaurant is split into two sides, Walt Disney and Roy Disney; we dined on the Walt Disney side, but were encouraged to visit the other section to look around at the art collection. (all photos shared below are on the Walt Disney side of 1923, in case you want to find them in person on your next cruise!)
The food was absolutely delicious; so much so, that we ended up sharing 3 different desserts! The churros were definitely my favorite, though you can never go wrong with a sundae! If you enjoy apple pie and cheesecake separately, you will love them paired together in the Atwater Fuji Apple Cheesecake! You can order as many desserts as you like, so why not try them all? (pictured below)
1923 is the only restaurant that does not have an interactive component during the meal; however, I must say we hardly missed it, as there is so much to look at in the glass wall displays. Guests will have fun finding their favorite characters and seeing parts of the animation process. Be sure to stroll around the dining room before you leave; there are so many different sections that you won’t want to miss! Scroll through the photos below to get a taste of what the decor is really like; we’re leaving the photos large so you can really take a peek at what’s inside!
We hope you’ve enjoyed taking a look inside Disney’s 1923 restaurant aboard the brand new Disney Wish! Happy sailing!