The walls span the length of the restaurant, with dark curtains hung overhead.
In keeping with the theme of the resort, some of the walls feature an orange Polynesian-inspired triangular pattern. (However, even on the first day of the refurbishment, the stickers were already starting to peel off.)
The tiki god Maui, wielding a hard hat and hammer, appears on signage notifying guests of the work being done.
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While the restaurant is currently closed, the kitchen remains open, as guests can order food to go. Orders can be picked up at Kona Island Coffee Bar.
The signs for the to-go menu feature a QR code that directs guests to the My Disney Experience app, where they can use Mobile Order. Currently, a limited menu is being offered.
As of the writing of this article, the restaurant is expected to be closed at least through October 16, and should reopen sometime in the fall.