BREAKING: Reflections – A Disney Lakeside Lodge to Feature “Princess and the Frog” Lakeside Restaurant

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If you’re a fan of Three Bridges Bar and Grill (located at Disney’s Coronado Springs Resort), or even the neighboring Geyser Point Bar and Grill at Disney’s Wilderness Lodge, you’ll be happy to know that once Reflections – A Disney Lakeside Lodge opens, you’ll have a similar waterfront dining location to enjoy.

Just announced at D23 Expo 2019’s Disney Parks panel, Reflections will feature a lakeside restaurant themed to “Princess and the Frog”. We broke news on the lakeside restaurant early in July, but we’re excited that the beignet queen of the bayou is getting the representation she deserves in the form of her very own restaurant.

Here’s a look at the lakeside cabins also planned for the resort.

These treehouse-like structures also seem new, and may be incorporated as alternatives to the lakeside cabins.

Here’s a look at the interior of the restaurant, which will have sawgrass-like carpet and wooden features.

Unlike the other lakeside dining establishments at Walt Disney World, this restaurant is set to be a full-on, standalone table service restaurant on Bay Lake, and we can’t wait to see what even more artists renderings and interior concept art for the restaurant will look like.

Be sure to check out our livestream postshow where we discuss everything that was revealed today at the 2019 D23 Expo!

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What the crap is the actual theme of this resort.

Kate
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Kate

Is it going to have character? If Tiana was there I would be excited but otherwise not.

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WHY would they not put this restaurant in Port Orleans? And WHY isn’t it called Tiana’s Palace? Wasted opportunities.