Exciting developments are underway at Downtown Disney in Disneyland Resort! The construction of two tantalizing new spaces, Din Tai Fung and Parkside Market food hall, is progressing smoothly. Din Tai Fung, renowned for its delicious dumplings, is building out near the park area of Downtown Disney and is on track to open later this year, much to the delight of food enthusiasts.

As construction continues, walls around these new developments have been brightened up with vibrant Pixar Fest murals. These delightful artworks add a splash of color and whimsy, transforming the construction zones into a visual treat for visitors. From fan-favorite characters to iconic scenes, the murals bring a touch of Pixar magic that captivates guests of all ages.

Not far behind, the Parkside Market food hall is also making steady progress. This culinary hub promises a diverse array of food options that will surely satisfy every palate once it opens. The anticipation is building as foodies and fans alike look forward to exploring these new dining experiences.

Adding to the excitement, Downtown Disney has adorned its construction walls with vibrant new Pixar murals. These colorful illustrations, featuring beloved characters and iconic movie moments, bring an extra layer of joy and creativity to the area, making even routine visits feel magical.

In other Downtown Disney news, Black Tap Craft Burgers & Beer is celebrating Father’s Day with the return of The Boss Burger, while Din Tai Fung is not only working on its new location but also launching two new merchandise collections. Plus, the WonderGround Gallery has temporarily moved into the former California Sole location, giving art lovers a fresh spot to explore their favorite pieces.

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