It’s time to head to the Wild West and take a look behind some rarely open doors…
During Thanksgiving week and around Christmas, it’s been known to host an evening buffet. When it’s open for lunch, though, it’s a counter service stop featuring turkey and barbeque sandwiches served up to the tunes of a self-playing Wurlitzer.
Perhaps you yourself have strolled past The Diamond Horseshoe.
If so, odds are good (well, pretty great, really) that you’ve seen these doors closed.
But on the busiest of busy days, you just might catch them open… it’s time to step inside The Diamond Horseshoe!
And since it’s so rare to find this place open, we’ve got a little exploring to do…
Okay, I’ll admit… like any good Disney geek, when the doors opened I walked straight past the ordering counter to check out the atmosphere. But I felt fine lingering, since someone left their umbrella at the front , which indicates to me that folks at the Horseshoe are expected to sit and stay awhile!
Though located in the more rustic surroundings of Frontierland, when you step into this ol’ West music hall, the atmosphere seems decidedly more lush — from the deep red curtains on the centerpiece stage…
… to the red glass [Read more…]