Redd Rockett’s Pizza Port is a counter service restaurant in Disneyland’s Tomorrowland. This review offers food photos, thoughts on atmosphere, and other random tidbits about this dining option. Pizza Port features a menu that, unsurprisingly, includes pizza, along with pasta serving pizza, meatballs, and pasta in Disneyland’s Tomorrowland. Redd Rockett’s offers an Annual Passholder discount of
The visual identity of Tokyo Disneyland’s Tomorrowland is almost impossible to describe. Thanks to rolling changes in the land over the years without a wholesale overhaul to the overarching sense of design aesthetics and style of the land itself, you have what can best be described as a veritable World Showcase of “the future/alien/monster-stuff.” Except
A lot of my preferences at Walt Disney World are rooted in nostalgia rather than logic. For instance, Tomorrowland is my favorite land in the Magic Kingdom. My love for the land is based upon how it existed when it emerged from it’s 1994 “New Tomorrowland” overhaul. I can’t logically defend why I still love it.
Tomorrowland in the Magic Kingdom, especially at night, is my favorite land at Walt Disney World. It has three of my favorite attractions: Carousel of Progress, Tomorrowland Transit Authority Peoplemover, and Space Mountain. It has great background music, fun puns for restaurant and shop names, and details that I love–such as the palms and Sonny
Those fans of alternative energy out there should love these palm trees in Walt Disney World’s Magic Kingdom, as it turns out Walt Disney Imagineering has found a way to harvest metal coconuts and convert them to energy! Why the government hasn’t invested billions of dollars in these palms, I don’t know. The relatively-unknown backstory
As I mentioned in my recent review of the book Gardens of Walt Disney World Resort, I love the greenery and details at Walt Disney World. From topiaries to trees that are unordinary and different from what you’d see in the real world, I enjoy it all. It should be no surprise that I really