There's also, for Last Crusade, the option of the cafe in Venice, but Europe is pretty well-represented in these so far, and the zeppelin would have the advantage of being in keeping with the aviation theme.
I was thinking about Venice but we never see any of the characters order a drink there unlike the other places I mentioned.
I got to glimpse this place as it was under construction last year, while I was in Orlando for an annual gaming convention my wife and I attend each year; next week I'll finally get to actually visit it as it's open. I'm looking forward to it!
That said, I'm holding out for the recently announced (and nearly lost in the D23 hoopla) Jungle Navigation Co., Ltd. Skipper Canteen!
We've been hyping the idea of an interconnected pulp universe over at the World Famous Jungle Cruise Movie thread, but in keeping with the extended theme of this thread, the aforementioned Skipper Canteen updated its menu earlier this summer! And after opening with a fairly adventurous menu for an American theme park, I was certain it would feature an ample amount of burgers and corn dogs. Maybe a turkey leg.
But, no, Disney opted to double down on its 'exotic' fare. While there certainly crowd pleasers like the grilled steak, it's the lionfish that sticks out. Yes, lion fish. That's certainly one way to rid yourself of an invasive species.
I'm astonished there's any expectation that any whole fish will sell in the parks, much less the notably spiky lionfish. I'm pretty impressed, especially considering this is still the menu at Epcot's American pavilion.
People do. Just not Disney World's target demographic which is why, like the Professor stated, it's so astonishing to see it served in the park. But with this menu update and the opening of Tiffin's in the Animal Kingdom, Disney has at least made an effort in diversifying its offerings from burgers and chicken fingers.
Even as a completion-ist I had to stop at that price tag. I wouldn't even want my father-in-law (who gets a discount) to pay the discounted price to get me it as a gift.
Too bad, because they have a number of great shirts. Schweitzer Falls, Jungle Cruise, Adventurer's Club, and Shrunken Ned would all be in my collection if they were like half the price (I do have the Shrunken Ned image on my iPhone case through their print-on-demand service).
Speaking of Hawaii...somewhere in the bar is a dinosaur tooth given to Jock by the "Jurassic Park"* character, John Hammond, for flying him to Hawaii.
*The Spielberg connection & the owning of ILM are the only excuses for this non-Disney nonsense.
Looking back through this thread I saw this and realized the "rest of the story" hadn't been told. I'm sure many hear have heard it but in case you haven't:
Everyone here (presumably) knows the story of how Fred Sorenson got the role as Jock Lindsey in Raiders. Fred would later fly Spielberg's team around Hawaii for Jurassic Park as well. The filming of Jurassic Park was interrupted by hurricane Inki. After it passed over Kaua'i a helicopter was sent out to pick up Spielberg and other cast members. Sorensen was the pilot of the helicopter.
I finally got to visit Jock's bar this week. Unfortunately, the camera in my phone is crap, so I couldn't take good pics. Someone needs to visit with a high-res camera to take pics of all the postcards, newspaper articles, etc., that contain original info that add to the continuity so that everyone can read them.