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Downtown Disney Review

Downtown Disney is a 20-acre promenade of dining, shopping, and entertainment that connects the Disneyland Resort hotels and theme parks. Restaurant-nightclub House of Blues spices up its Delta-inspired ribs and seafood with various live music acts on an intimate two-story stage. At Ralph Brennan's Jazz Kitchen you can dig into New Orleans–style food and music. Sports fans gravitate to ESPN Zone, a sports bar–restaurant–entertainment center with American grill food, interactive video games, and 175 video screens telecasting worldwide sports events. An AMC multiplex movie theater with stadium-style seating plays the latest blockbusters and, naturally, a couple of kid flicks. Promenade shops sell everything from Disney goods to antique jewelry—don't miss Vault 28, a hip boutique that sells one-of-a-kind vintage and couture clothes and accessories from Disney, Harajuku Lovers, and other designers. At the mega-sized Lego Store, there are hands-on demonstrations and space to play with the latest Lego creations. Parking is a deal: the first three hours are free; an additional two hours are free with validation.

Updated: 05-20-2013

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