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Le Cellier Steakhouse to Undergo Major Refurbishment

Le Cellier Steakhouse to Undergo Major Refurbishment

Today it was announced that the popular Le Cellier Steakhouse at Epcot is going to close on July 31. The location will be renovated and remodeled, and is expected to reopen as an Outback Steakhouse location sometime before the holidays. The menu will feature all of your Outback favorites, including the Filet with Wild Mushroom Sauce, Ribs & Chicken on the Barbie, and, of course, the Bloomin’ Onion.

 

Spokesman Paul Scott said that he thinks that Outback will be a good fit at Epcot. “Most people think of Australia when it comes to Outback, but there are actually 27 locations of the chain in Canada. You can’t get more Canadian than that.” Scott also stated the interior of the restaurant will have the same charm, and the staff will continue to wear the same uniforms. “We know that most guests will be happy with the update,” Scott said, “because they know what to expect from Outback. The name will remain Le Cellier, we’re just changing the brand.”

Lunch and dinner at the refurbished restaurant will still require two credits on the Disney Dining Plan. Canadian wines will be removed from the menu, and will be replaced with Mini Milkshakes. The popular Maple Crème Brûlée will no longer be served at Epcot, but it will be sold at Gaston’s Tavern at the Magic Kingdom instead.

“We know that some diehard fans will be upset about the change,” Scott said. “We would like to remind them to never believe anything that they read on April First.”

 

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