We were at Epcot yesterday and wanted to check out what is going on at the Epcot France pavilion expansion. Signage for La Crêperie de Paris had gone in since our update a week prior. La Crêperie de Paris will be both quick service and table service dining, and it should be a wonderful addition to the dining options at the France pavilion (Chefs de France and Monsieur Paul have not yet reopened, hopefully that will happen in the near future). I do not know when this area will open to guests. Remy’s Ratatouille Adventure will be a fun addition to the pavilion, I enjoy the ride at Walt Disney Studios Paris.
Here is our video with photos following.
Here is a close up on the sign.
And looking down toward it from the Disney Skyliner.
There was a lot of work going on during our ride past. I have photos from both directions as always.
I have shown the Remy fountain more in detail previously.
I always enjoy the balconies, which have a rat look to them.
The Eiffel Tower with Spaceship Earth.
The exterior of many of the facades look finished or nearly so.
I look forward to when the Remy’s Ratatouille Adventure sign is placed.
It was a little quieter on the way back.
Many of the lights were on in the expansion.
There has also been quite a bit of landscaping being put in, we showed that last week.
I don’t think I have seen the lights on previously.
The Gusteau’s sign was placed earlier this year.
The Disney Skyliner is my favorite recent attraction, I always enjoy a ride on it.
We went through the International Gateway to pick up some food at the France pavilion.
The Ratatouille sign in the style of French architect Hector Guimard.
Since we can’t travel to France right now (and we were planning on it this month), visiting the pavilion is as close as I’m getting.
We were picking up baguettes and ice cream (baguettes are a must each visit).
I’m not sure if we will make it to Epcot next week or not yet, we have two Magic Kingdom days planned. But we’ll see! We usually head over once per week either for opening or at the end of the day.