Disneyland Paris has announced that “Rosalie” a new lakeside French brasserie will be the first re-imagined Disney Village restaurant to open, in 2023.
“Groupe Bertrand”, which already have a portfolio of Parisian brasseries, will take over the day to day operations of the 500-seat venue.
“Rosalie” will replace the dated character dining restaurant Café Mickey.
The new two-floor restaurant will feature contemporary interiors inspired by Parisian Brasseries.
“Art de Vivre” (“the art of living”, the knowledge of how to enjoy life) and classic cuisine in a modern setting, with expanded terrace seating overlooking Lake Disney, will be the focus of the new restaurant.
In addition french take-away bakery will offer a selection of viennoiseries, pastries, sandwiches and salads.
“Rosalie” is just the first step of the multi-year Disney Village 2.0 overhaul.
The 428,000-square-foot entertainment and dining complex will be receiving a contemporary new look as well as new restaurants, shops and entertainment.
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