Besides, can't you still get a Nathan's Dog inside the park?
Moving Starbucks to the lower level of CW makes sense too. There have been many a time after HHN that I would have loved to get a frappucino, but I didn't want to walk up the stairs to see if they were still open or not. There's nothing more disappointing than walking around a park for 8+ hours and then climb the escalator stairs that are always out of order, then find out Starbucks is closed.
I'd love to see J&H! That would be pretty amazing. I also can't say I'm disappointed in the Burgushi concept, having never heard of that before. I'll definitely try it the next time I'm in Orlando.
Change is (usually) good. Mixing it up, trying new things, replacing underperforming restaurants and/or stores is in their best interest. If a new restaurant is sub par, it'll only be a matter of time before it's replaced with something else. That's just the way these things work.
Now if they could just remove Rip Ride Rockit and put in an actual B&M coaster with some inversions and/or "real" loops, I'd be happy. I hate that ride.
I'm looking forward to seeing the changes. They won't all be good, but at least Pastamore is going away. Never did like that place.
They had one in NYC for years my husband loved (he's a big horror fan). We never got to take my boys though because it closed a few years ago. It was located near Central Park, on 7th Avenue I believe. It was themed like the mad scientist's lab and was spooky inside. Like Halloween every day.
I have seen rumors about it coming to Universal for several months now. Anyone got the scoop on that?
This being said, I wouldn't mind seeing it go along with NBA. I think change is great, which is why I'm not upset about everything that is coming down in favor of new restaurants.
Being up that early at the resort it sort of surreal. The only other people walking around are all on-site guests. Everyone is so quiet, even though thousands of people are converging on the gates at IOA.
At night time, only the die-hards are at the CityWalk until all hours of the morning. Nothing like an evening boat drink at the Lone Palm Airport.