Fodor's Expert Review Disney Village
Nocturnal entertainment outside the park centers on Disney Village, a vast pleasure mall designed by American architect Frank Gehry. Homesick kids who’ve had enough croque monsieurs will be happy to hear that vintage American-style restaurants—a diner, a deli, and a steak house among them—dominate the food scene here. One highlight within Disney Village is Buffalo Bill's Wild West Show, a two-hour dinner extravaganza with a menu of sausage, spareribs, and chili. The entertainment component includes performances by a talented troupe of stunt riders, bronco busters, tribal dancers, and musicians; plus some 50 horses, a dozen buffalo, a bull, and an Annie Oakley–style sharpshooter, with a golden-maned "Buffalo Bill" as emcee. A re-creation of a show that dazzled Parisians 100 years ago, it's corny but great fun. Tickets for shows, which start nightly at 6:30 and 9:30, cost €65–€80.