We’re sharing a complete guide to the restaurants, lounges, and dining experiences that will be available onboard the Disney Treasure when it sets sail in 2024.
Disney Cruise Line’s newest ship, the Disney Treasure, will officially be setting sail starting in 2024. The exciting new addition to the Disney Cruise Line fleet has a focus on the adventure of Disney storytelling, with different theming elements, entertainment, and more all centered around some of Disney’s most epic tales. That theme interweaves with many of the dining elements that you’ll find onboard the ship, as well. We’re sharing a complete guide to the restaurants, lounges, and dining experience that Disney has revealed so far as coming to the Disney Treasure.
Disney Treasure Bars and Lounges
On board the ship, you’ll be able to enjoy several bars and lounges, including lounges themed to 20,000 Leagues Under the Sea as well as the Jungle Cruise!
Guests can dive way down deep under the sea at Periscope Pub, Disney Cruise Line’s first venue inspired by the 1954 Walt Disney film 20,000 Leagues Under the Sea. The interior is themed to the Nautilus, which was the fictional submarine belonging to Captain Nemo in the story.
When you visit the Periscope Pub, you’ll find a menu that includes light bites as well as undersea-inspired drinks and craft brews. One of the highlights will be three exclusive tap beers, which will all be themed to the 20,000 Leagues Under the Sea storyline and former theme park attraction.
You can look up and see the sea above through a glass ceiling, as well as get a look through “porthole windows” outside. These appear to use video technology, similar to the Star Wars: Hyperspace Lounge on the Disney Wish.
Inside the pub, however, there’s still plenty to see. Throughout the space, you’ll be able to spot artifacts, drawings, and books used by Captain Nemo and his crew aboard the Nautilus. Take a close look at these details, because there’s a hidden secret: A series of numbers sits behind the bar, right on the submarine pressure gauge. These numbers are special because they honor the geographical coordinates of Meyer Werft shipyard (where the Disney Treasure was built) as well as the official hull numbers of each Disney Cruise Line ship in the fleet.
Over at the Skipper Society, you can enjoy themed cocktails and light snacks in a lounge inspired by the iconic Jungle Cruise attraction. Some of the items Disney teased included fresh waffles and a smoked drink. We also expect plenty of punny jokes!
When you enter Skipper Society, you’ll find its exterior makes you feel like you’ve stepped aboard one of the Jungle Cruise attraction boats. Imagineers have dubbed the vessel that houses the bar “Ems Empress” to pay homage to the Ems River, which is where the Disney Treasure will make her first voyage to sea. Keep an eye out for an “Ems Empress” sign inside the bar when you stop by on your sailing.
The Skipper Society will feature touches that reference Jungle Cruise, paying homage to the beloved classic attraction. In fact, it’ll include details from both the version at Disneyland Park and Walt Disney World Resort’s Magic Kingdom Park. For example, the Disneyland version of Jungle Cruise features a variety of flora and fauna around the attraction; Skipper Soceity will honor this with plants throughout the space that are the same species as those at Disneyland.
Similarly, you’ll be able to see the iconic red and green architecture of the attraction building at Magic Kingdom Park inside the Skipper Society – just take a look at the walls! They’ll be painted in red and green tones that are exact color matches of the Jungle Cruise attraction marquee inside the theme park.
Don’t forget to look behind the bar! There, you’ll spot a stack of vintage-style suitcases. That luggage features travel stickers that reflect the locations throughout the Jungle Cruise (and yes, there’s one that references the backside of water!). You’ll also want to pay close attention to the background music inside Skipper Society aboard the Disney Treasure. Mixed in with the familiar music, careful listeners will be able to hear Skipper voices from around the world reciting spiels from different iterations of the Jungle Cruise attraction. You’ll hear English, Dutch, French, Cantonese, and more!
Themed after Beauty and the Beast, The Rose will be a high-end lounge that you can find between Palo Steakhouse and Enchanté, offering a perfect pre-dinner aperitif or after-dinner cocktail.
Disney Treasure Quick Service
There will also be a few quick service spots you will be able to enjoy onboard, including a new Zootopia-themed sweets shop.
Themed after Jumbeaux Café from Disney’s Zootopia, Jumbeaux’s Sweets will offer ice cream, sorbets, handmade gelato, specialty treats, candy, and more for purchase.
The sweet shop features sculptures of Judy Hopps and Nick Wilde, which you can find inside a bright pink interior that looks quite a bit like the location from the film!
Mickey & Friends Festival of Foods
Just like the Disney Wish, the Disney Treasure will have its own Mickey & Friends Festival of Foods. The dining spot features a quick service food court with five uniquely themed venues to enjoy.
This food hall is named for Walt Disney’s childhood hometown in Missouri. The dining spot will have an “ever-changing menu,” as well as ocean views with both indoor and outdoor seating.
Disney Treasure Dining Experiences
The Disney Treasure will feature rotational dining, meaning they’ll rotate to a unique dining experience every night. Since the experience of the Disney Treasure is a longer itinerary, there will be two chances to experience each of the entertaining dining experiences.
World of Marvel
Just like the Disney Wish, the Disney Treasure will feature its own World of Marvel restaurant. During “Avengers: Quantum Encounter,” Spider-Man will be on hand to call upon his fellow Avengers (and the diner of Worlds of Marvel) for backup when a villain invades the ship.
While Disney hasn’t revealed too many more details yet, since the Disney Treasure is a longer itinerary, we look forward to finding out what new additions will be available for the dining experience.
The Disney Treasure will include one of Disney Cruise Line’s most beloved restaurants, 1923, named after the Walt Disney Company’s founding year. The dining experience will feature new displays themed to adventure from the history of Walt Disney Animation.
Enchanté by Chef Arnaud Lallement
Enchanté by Chef Arnaud Lallement will also be available onboard as a luxurious dining experience. The restaurant will feature a gourmet menu by the three Michelin-starred chef. The restaurant will take its theming after Lumiere from Beauty and the Beast.
The Disney Treasure will also feature Palo Steakhouse, bringing a twist on this signature specialty dining venue for Disney Cruise Line. The menu will feature both Italian fare and steakhouse dining, with decor inspired by Cogsworth from Beauty and the Beast.
Plaza de Coco Restaurant
In particularly exciting news, the Disney Treasure will feature a new Coco-inspired restaurant! Plaza de Coco will bring guests to the vibrant town of Santa Cecilia, where they can experience a theatrical dining experience themed to the film Coco.
Miguela and his familia will bring guests on a “colorful, music-filled journey” which will celebrate family memories during a festive meal. The menu will include a twist on traditional Mexican fare.