Villagers in the rural town of Coco, about 120 miles (200 kilometers) southwest of Orlando, have been celebrating a week off thanks to the arrival of the world’s biggest Disney World Resort.
Villagers in Cebu, the Philippines, celebrated a week of festivities after the company announced it would reopen the village of Coco in 2019.
The restaurant, located in the town of Cocon, had been closed for several years due to the devastating Typhoon Yolanda, which devastated parts of the city.
On Monday, Disney said the village would reopen in 2019, with a new chef in charge.
The village has become one of Disney’s most popular restaurants and has been in the Disney World dining scene since 2011.