Monday, April 28, 2014

Vista del Cielo

Frontierland may predominantly be known for its wild west cowboy theming and atmosphere, but there's also a nice little corner that channels the Old West and its Spanish influences. Situated between the shooting gallery and Big Thunder Mountain, Rancho del Zocalo is a dining establishment specializing in Mexican cuisine.  The building itself, though, evokes that Spanish adobe style, with courtyards and fountains and a very earthy architecture reminiscent of the original California pioneers.  The restaurant has many wonderful little moments, and one of them happens just outside its direct entrance.  Just a charming little view of the sky as a ceiling.

Looking up at the roofs at the Rancho del Zocalo.

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