Guests take a look at the menu options outside the Jazz Kitchen. You can see to the right there is seating available. However, the second floor does not currently have tables open to guests.
Guests queue up outside the open double doors along 6-foot floor markers, waiting to enter for some tasty treats.
Round red floor markers are inside for guests to stand on in order to stay socially distanced. A hand sanitizer dispenser stands ready for you to wash your hands before you eat. Notice there is an exit sign at the right, indicating where you can sit to enjoy your food and beverages.
You can watch Cast Members as they make “man-catching beignets”! Our mouths are watering already!
Outside, guests can sit and relax with their food. If you are on the go, you can find a round colorful table to stand at.
Plexiglass creates a barrier between those enjoying their meals and the walkway of the district.
More patio seating with views of a whimsical fountain centerpiece that features colorful fish and musical instruments.
Beignets anyone? Yum!
A refreshing mint julep can really hit the spot in the California sun!