Buena Vista Street is a new land at Disney California Adventure; think of it a companion land to Main Street USA in Disneyland, except set in 1920s Los Angeles. The Red Car Trolleys, Citizens of Buena Vista Street (Streetmosphere entertainers), 5 & Dime, and Red Car News Boys help give Buena Vista Street a lively “Disney” atmosphere. At the end of Buena Vista Street is Carthay Circle Theatre, which premiered Walt Disney’s Snow White in 1937, and houses a fine dining restaurant and two lounges. Carthay Circle Restaurant is now one of our favorite Disney restaurants in the world. Along the street itself are several shops and restaurants, including the very first Starbucks in a Disney theme park.
Buena Vista Street is an incredibly detailed and well-themed land and opening act to the new Disney California Adventure, and is a stark contrast to its predecessor, Sunshine Plaza. While Buena Vista Street may not be receiving the same attention that the other new Disney California Adventure land, Cars Land, is receiving, it’s really a great addition to the park!
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