Shannen Michaelsen·Disneyland Resort·January 7, 2023·1 min readHome Store and WonderGround Gallery Moving, New Name Announced for Jazz Kitchen at Downtown Disney District As part of the ongoing reimagining of Downtown Disney District at Disneyland Resort, the Disney Home Store and WonderGround Gallery will be moving. They are currently near the center of Downtown Disney District, but will close on January 9, 2023. They will move to the west side of the shopping center, near ESPN Zone, where construction is currently taking place. Above is the inside of the current Home Store and below is the inside of the current WonderGround Gallery. Meanwhile, work is underway on the update to Ralph Brennan’s Jazz Kitchen. In fact, construction walls around part of the restaurant reveal it’s new name will be Jazz Kitchen Coastal Grill & Patio. The restaurant remains open during refurbishment. Beignets Expressed will be the name of the express window. After being briefly blocked from view by scrim, the balcony now has new chairs and decorations. Plants were removed and string lights hang across the ceiling of the balcony. The chairs are orange and the tables are black. A sign says “We are evolving in real time. Enjoy a first peek at our exciting new decor and look for updates soon!” The saxophone-shaped sign still advertises Ralph Brennan’s Jazz Kitchen. The restaurant’s update, which will also extend to the menu, will incorporate “vibrant California energy” while staying true to the heart of New Orleans. For more Disneyland Resort news and info, follow Disneyland News Today on Twitter, Facebook, and Instagram. For Disney Parks news worldwide, visit WDWNT.