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Goofy's Sky School and two new restaurants open at California Adventure

Disneyland: The Paradise Pier renovations are now complete at Anaheim theme park.

From Robert Niles
Posted July 2, 2011 at 10:06 AM
Goofy's Sky School and the two new Paradise Pier restaurants have opened at Disney California Adventure, and are now available for rating and review on our California Adventure listing page.

Goofy's Sky School is a retheme of the Mulholland Madness wild mouse coaster. There are no track or ride changes here, simply decor changes around the ride. Here's Disney's promotional video for the coaster, that reader Dominick D submitted:

As for the restaurants, Boardwalk Pizza & Pasta offers a menu similar to Redd Rockett's Pizza Port over in Disneyland, with the addition of flatbread options, including mushroom, spinach and artichoke flatbread. Paradise Garden Grill serves skewers and Greek salads.


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From James Rao
Posted July 2, 2011 at 3:53 PM
If the Goofy coaster went as fast as in real life as it does in the video, it might be worth my time.

@Robert, have you tried the new food joints yet?

From Robert Niles
Posted July 2, 2011 at 4:22 PM
No. I've been too busy with family obligations this weekend to get down to Anaheim. Anyone else eaten at either of these places yet? I'd love to hear a report.

From Tyler Stover
Posted July 3, 2011 at 5:24 PM
Sorry, walls were still up when I went this past Monday, and it might be a few weeks until I get down there again. I was really hoping to get an early preview, but apparently construction ran right up to the deadline. Supposedly Goofy's Sky School was soft open that day, but it was definitely not running when we went past. We will definitely eat at at least one, hopefully both new restaurants on our next visit.

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