Shrunken Zombie Head. If you’ve been itching to get your hands on your very own Nautilus to take home, the time has arrived.
That’s because Trader Sam’s Grog Grotto and Tiki Terrace at Disney’s Polynesian Village Resort are now officially OPEN! Now, for all intents and purposes, both the Grog Grotto and Tiki Terrace have pretty much been in operation since March 28th, when the soft opening began, complete with wacky antics by the bartenders and skippers, erupting indoor volcanos, and a fully angered goddess of disaster. The Explorium, Talking Tiki - The Sublimity of Trader Sam’s I... Disney's Trader Sam's enchanted tiki bar on Pinterest. Trader Sam's Grog Grotto Lives Up to West Coast Version with Unique Experiences, Drinks and Decor (150 Photos, Video) Hi everyone!
Trader Sam's Grog Grotto had a "soft opening" yesterday at Disney's Polynesian Village Resort. I was very suprised that Disney announced it, and I knew that meant that the East Coast version of the popular Disneyland tiki bar would be extremely busy. Once announced, we planned to go in the afternoon - but at the last minute, we figured morning would be better and more organized. It was both. This article is photo heavy, with about 150 pictures and a few embedded videos on 2 pages. Follow Mousesteps on Twitter, Instagram, Facebook, YouTube and Pinterest for frequent park and resort updates! Kiki Tikis Splash Play Opens at Disney's Polynesian Village Resort: Photos & Video of New Water Play Area.
The new water play area at Disney's Polynesian Village Resort has opened next to the Lava Pool! Kiki Tikis Splash Play is a water playground for children 48 inches and under that includes two slides and plenty of water fun. We were told that the hours for Kiki Tikis Splash Play will coincide with the pool hours. Last night, the water play area closed at dusk due to lighting issues. Kiki Tikis Splash Play is not only nicely themed, but is more elaborate than most water playgrounds.
Trader Sam’s Enchanted Tiki Bar. Welcome to the Disney Food Blog.
If you enjoy this post, you should check out the tour of the site to see all the great Disney Food information we have. “Aloha, ahoy, aha! And welcome to the mystery, romance, and adventure of Trader Sam’s Enchanted Tiki Bar.” John Lasseter vs. The Uh-Oa. Orange Thoughts of an Orange Bird (Korkis Korner) by Wade Sampson. Orange Thoughts of an Orange Bird "Little Orange Bird in the Sunshine Tree Won't you think of something sunny just for me?
Think funny thoughts or sunny words That will make me happy, little Orange Bird He thinks beautiful orange pictures and beautiful orange words Though his little feet can't even make a squeak All the thoughts he ever spoke appear in orange smoke That's what makes Orange Bird unique When you're just about green with envy Or gonna be feeling blue And you could use An orange thought or two When you start in blushing pink Or your temper turns you red That is when the Orange Bird Can see you through With his beautiful orange feathers And beautiful leafy wings He's a fluffy little puffy sight to see He can turn your frown around When you see him looking down The little Orange Bird up in the Sunshine Tree"
Island Delights at the Disneyland Hotel (More Mouse) by Britt Winslow. Anyone who has visited the Disneyland Resort in the last few years has to have noticed a construction wall.
You know, those 8-foot-tall plywood barriers that block most of your view of the seemingly endless construction at the Anaheim branch of Disney's theme park division. advertisement Last week, Tangaroa Terrace and Trader Sam's made their official debut at the Disneyland Hotel, allowing guests visiting the Disneyland Hotel to see behind the construction walls for the first time in almost a year. The Disneyland Hotel's newest restaurant, Tangaroa Terrace, opened to guests last week. Photo by Adrienne Vincent-Phoenix.
Yes, "behind the construction walls" is correct, because there are still hundreds of linear feet of blue plywood throughout the hotel complex, with the Disneyland Hotel still in the middle of its remodeling project,expected to last through most of 2011. Schweitzer Falls drink recipe. An Evening at Trader Sam's. Pick any Disney Parks destination in the world: Florida, California or one of the global destinations in Asia or Europe.
No matter which Disney destination you choose, food will come into play at some point. One of the great things about Disney is they do an excellent job of feeding you quickly so you can experience the attractions and meet the characters. But for a foodie like me, sometimes the pace at which a typical Disney guest consumes his or her meal is a little too hectic. And not that hectic is always bad. There is something to be said for a perfectly placed churro cart in New Orleans Square that provides you with the sustenance we need for the journey between Pirates of the Caribbean and Haunted Mansion. Disney Parks Mixology School. Trader sam's holiday.
Hidden stuff at trader sams. Concept Art from Trader Sam's. Trader Sam's Enchanted Tiki Bar Disneyland Hotel. Look inside Trader Sam's in the Disneyland Hotel at Disneyland in California. Look inside Trader Sam's in the Disneyland Hotel at Disneyland in California. Trader sam's. Inside Trader Sam’s at the Disneyland Hotel. Listen travelers, and I’ll tell you the tale of a unique man.
He’s an adventurer, an entrepreneur and a jungle legend. For 56 years, Disneyland park guests have crossed paths with him, the “Head Salesman” of the jungle, Trader Sam, as they sail toward the end of the classic Jungle Cruise attraction. Peddling shrunken heads, spears, masks, beads and trinkets, Trader Sam is famous for his special offer: two of his heads for one of yours. After a successful career as a witchdoctor, Trader Sam’s talents for brewing head-shrinking potions naturally gave him experience in mixing exotic elixirs. Ultimately, requests from thirsty jungle visitors inspired Sam to search for a more convenient, yet still exotic locale. Prior to opening his bar, Trader Sam traveled the world to find rare and exotic ingredients for his specialty drinks and secret mix of juices and spices he calls “Sam’s Gorilla Grog.”
Take a look inside this exotic watering hole yourself! Safe travels, adventurers! Inside Trader Sam's at the Disneyland Hotel. Make Your Own Wild Holiday Cocktails with Recipes from Trader Sam’s at the Disneyland Hotel. What do you get when you cross a thirsty zebra with a bottle of rum?
Yule find out! This is the sort of gleeful schtick you’ll find at Trader Sam’s – Enchanted Tiki Bar at the Disneyland Hotel – last week, we posted news about the holiday-themed fun at the lounge and some readers lamented that they can’t get there before the drinks and décor disappear in January. So we’re sharing two of their cocktail recipes – sip in the spirit of Trader Sam’s! Red-Nosed ZebraMakes 1 cocktail 1.5 ounces Bacardi 8 rum 1/2 ounce fresh lemon juice 1/2 ounce fresh lime juice 1 ounce agave nectar 1 ounce strawberry purée Crushed ice, 3 cranberries, 2 mint sprigs, for garnish Add all ingredients in a Boston Shaker (except garnish), fill half full with ice, and shake vigorously for 10 seconds.Strain into a margarita glass filled with ice. Mele Kaliki-MochaMakes 1 cocktail 2 ounces Kahlúa 1 ounce Coco Reál 1 ounce Trader Tiki Orgeat 4 ounces fresh coffee Whipped cream, rosemary sprig, for garnish. Meet the Tiki Gods from the Enchanted Tiki Room at Disneyland Park.
Trader Sam's Enchanted Tiki Bar. Trader Sam’s – Mystical, Magical, Memorable. One of My Must Do’s – But not just at Disneyland?
When you are at Disneyland, especially if you are staying on property, or lucky enough to be a local who can visit on a whim, one of my “Must Do’s” is Trader Sam’s Enchanted Tiki Bar located by the pool at the Disneyland Hotel. I am sure that many of you have heard of this bar or have been there yourself; and if there is any debate on whether you should or should not go, my definite recommendation is that you should go. The actual drinks in the specialty glasses are good, very good in fact, but I wouldn’t say that they were outstanding. However, they are very close to authentic Tiki Bar drinks. They are mostly tropical, of course, and are not the kind of thing you can find in most typical bars trying to serve tropical drinks. I also had a chance to order the Pu Pu Platter, I wanted to attempt to try several things at once.
The ART(ifacts) of Trader Sam’s : EndorExpress. Brave explorers coming to the Disneyland Hotel can enjoy island style food and cocktails at TRADER SAM’S ENCHANTED TIKI ROOM, one of the newest hot spots at the resort. Inspired by the Jungle Cruise’s head salesman of the same name, this intimate location serves up more fun than the God’s will tolerate. But it’s not just the island “cruise”-ine that brings worldly travelers to this “Tiki Room” it’s the thousand plus trinkets, artifacts, photographs, props, and artwork that adorn the space that really make coming here something special.
Here at EndorExpress, we have a huge appreciation of all things Indiana Jones and The Rocketeer so we went straight to Brandon Kleyla, “head” decorator of Trader Sam’s to tell us about the unique décor that went into creating one of Southern Californian’s hottest bars. Trader Sam's Part 3 (More Details) Many left to be discoverd the next time I go. All the cool little details will keep me coming back for more......The food was good we had a great Cheese Flatbread and Chicken Lettuce wrap in this really good sauce......The drinks were good....I had some Blue Hawaiian type drink that was good but not very strong.......If you want strong ---GO to Mahe's in Seal Beach......2 Mai Tais there and forget about it Tiki Room style I think that is Rongo but I may be mistaken.