PHOTOS: Additional Extended Queues Revealed for Remy’s Ratatouille Adventure and Crêperie de Paris at EPCOT

Queues, queues, everywhere queues. On our last update on Remy’s Ratatouille Adventure, we discovered a new steel frame that we theorized would be the extended queue for the attraction. However, today we noticed what seems to be yet another additional extended queue.

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Upon further inspection, it seems this new black steel structure off to the right will most likely be the extended queue for the attraction itself, while the green steel structure that went up recently most likely belongs to the adjacent restaurant, Le Crêperie de Paris.

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The green structure seems to be taking shape to resemble a typical French garden with semi-opaque roofing.

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Speaking of Le Crêperie de Paris, it seems the supports for the rest of the roof have also been added. With this, we should hopefully see concrete be poured as it has on the other half of the shared structure.

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Remy’s Ratatouille Adventure and Le Crêperie de Paris are slated to open the Summer 2020. Till then, you can enjoy this concept art released for the area at D23 earlier this year:remysratatouille2 26 19concept