A Patisserie in China
Mickey Avenue is full of eclectic storefronts and a menagerie of sourced themes, combined together into a sort of melding of Main Street, U.S.A. and Mickey's Toontown. That can make for some interesting combinations, like Remy's Patisserie, located at the corner of this entry land, facing the Gardens of Imagination. It's a lovely little facade with an amorphously styled facade, named after something French, but located in China, placed across the street from an icon that hails from Southern California. This speaks to the intent of removing any traditional Smalltown, America reference as an act of cultural and political sensitivity while maintaining the feel of a charming neighborhood. The result may not be thematic consistency, but it's definitely visually intriguing!