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Adventureland Shops and Restaurants
Adventureland Shops and Restaurants
Colonel Hathi's: This store featured "Polynesian decorative gifts". It later sold Island and surf apparel and decorative gifts. This store was also known as Colonel Hathi's Safari Club. This was the place to go if you wanted to buy a pith helmet.
The Elephant's Trunk/Elephant Tales: The Elephant's Trunk became the new name for the combined Magic Carpet and Oriental Imports starting in April of 1987. The store was later known as Elephant Tales. The shop became the Agrabah Bazaar on December 15, 2000.
House of Treasure: It used to sell pirate items. It later was closed off and the merchandise moved out into the already-crowded bazaar area. At one point fitting rooms were inside the old store area and it was later home to The Pirates League. For coins sold at the store, see the Parrots, Pooped Pirates and Caribbean Arcade section.
Crow's Nest: This was the place to pick up cameras, film and accessories. It was also a Photo Express drop-off point.
The Golden Galleon: This shop opened in early 1974. It sold nautical and Spanish gifts. It also carried authentic scrimshaw and ship-in-a-bottle art. It later sold casual apparel and shoes.
La Princesa de Cristal: This was another shop that opened in 1974 shortly after the pirates arrived in Adventureland. It featured glass cutting, blowing and engraving.
Laffite's Portrait Deck: You could have a swashbuckling pirate photo taken here. It was later sponsored by Fototoons.
The Magic Carpet: It sold Middle East imports, jewelry and brassware. In April of 1987 it was combined with Oriental Imports and became The Elephant's Truck and after that Elephant Tales. In December of 2000, this shop became Agrabah Bazaar.
Oriental Imports, Ltd.: It featured Far East imports, jewelry. In April of 1987 it was combined with The Magic Carpet and became The Elephant's Truck and after that Elephant Tales. In December of 2000, this shop became Agrabah Bazaar.
Pirate's Bazaar: The location sold candy, snacks, hats and flowers.
Tiki Tropic Shop: This shop carried Hawaiian apparel. It later sold casual apparel and swimwear.
Tropic Toppers: This store featured custom decorated hats.
Adventureland Veranda: This was an Opening Day restaurant and originally featured fried chicken and hot sandwiches. It later added hamburgers and Polynesian entrees to go along with the South Seas setting. You could get a "Hawaiian Hot Dog" with sweet and sour sauce for $1.35 once Kikkoman became the sponsor on October 5, 1977 The Veranda closed in 1994. After the area stopped serving food, it was still occasionally used for special events but not for food service. It had been used in the past as a photo location during Mickey's Very Merry Christmas Party and served as a meet and greet area for Tinkerbell and her Pixie friends before becoming another restaurant called Jungle Navigation Col., Ltd. Skipper Canteen on December 16, 2015.
Aloha Isle Refreshments: Formerly known as the Veranda Juice bar, this Dole-sponsored stand opened in 1982. This spot later switched spots with the Sunshine Tree Terrace on March 12, 2015 and became part of the Sunshine Pavilion.
El Pirata Y El Perico Restaurante: This restaurant was renamed Tortuga Tavern on February 6, 2011 to match the theme to the updated Pirates of the Caribbean attraction and Captain Jack Sparrow show.
Veranda Juice Bar: This area sold tropical punch and snacks. In 1982 it became known as Aloha Isle Refreshments. Aloha Isle switched spots with the Sunshine Tree Terrace on March 12, 2015 and became part of the Sunshine Pavilion.
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