Testing on Pirates of the Caribbean Begins as Walls Come Down in Blue Bayou at Disneyland

The walls covering the view of Pirates of the Caribbean’s refurbishment (which we’ve been giving updates on here) are now removed, thus revealing the lovely bayou scene behind, and that testing is underway ahead of the attraction’s reopening.

Pirates of the Caribbean is set to reopen July 1. Construction appears to be on schedule as empty boats can be seen testing and sailing past guests as they eat at Blue Bayou Restaurant.

The lack of walls really helps widen the room and ambiance of the restaurant.

The bayou scene will definitely help guests get in the mood for a Monte Cristo sandwich.

We dined at Blue Bayou just before the walls came down, and you can come with us in our video review right here:

Hungry yet? Blue Bayou Restaurant has opened up reservations for guests hoping to take a peek at the refurbished Pirates of the Caribbean ride.

Let us know what you think of the restaurant in the comments below! Excited to go on Pirates? Share your excitement with us!

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