San Angel Inn at EPCOT Gets New Bench Seats & Chair Upholstery

Shannen Ace

Dimly lit restaurant with neatly set tables, red cushioned booth seating, white tablecloths, and blue napkins. In the background, people are dining and the ambiance is warm and mellow.

San Angel Inn at EPCOT Gets New Bench Seats & Chair Upholstery

San Angel Inn Restaurante in the Mexico Pavilion of EPCOT has new seating. There are now cushioned bench seats and new chair upholstery.

San Angel Inn Restaurante Seating

Dimly lit restaurant with neatly set tables, red cushioned booth seating, white tablecloths, and blue napkins. In the background, people are dining and the ambiance is warm and mellow.

The bench seats are located between every two tables. They’re double-sided, like a booth seat, serving two tables at a time.

A dimly lit San Angel Inn restaurant table for four with a white tablecloth and blue napkins, empty chairs on either side, with people dining in the background.

The benches are made of dark wood with red backs and brown seats. The chairs are lighter-colored wood. Most have a new red upholstered back.

A wooden chair with red upholstery featuring a geometric pattern is positioned against a rustic wall, reminiscent of the charm found at San Angel Inn.

The red upholstery has a quatrefoil pattern.

A restaurant with a view of an illuminated pyramid structure at night, reminiscent of the San Angel Inn. Tables have white tablecloths, blue napkins, and small lamps. Diners are seated in the background.

The old brown upholstery has thin stripes.

A large, dimly lit restaurant filled with diners seated at tables with red and gold chairs. In the background, a pyramid structure and a smoking San volcano are visible under a dark, blue-lit sky.

The chairs appear to be the same but with new upholstery. Previously, they all had the brown striped pattern, as seen below.

A dimly lit restaurant with tables set for dining, featuring a view of a pyramid structure surrounded by greenery and illuminated by colorful lights.

San Angel Inn is located inside the Mexico Pavilion, overlooking the waters of Gran Fiesta Tour and a Mayan temple. It’s modeled after a 17th-century hacienda.

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