Restaurant City’s Wonderland Tea Party Theme Moves Outdoors

Fri, May 7, 2010

Restaurant City, Social

Haven’t had enough of the Wonderland Tea Party theme in Restaurant City? Do you love Alice in Wonderland so much that you’d like to decorate not only the interior of your restaurant, but the exterior as well? Playfish has you covered in both respects, adding eight new items to the selection of exterior items, which are available to view by entering Street View and clicking on the red brick icon that appears under your restaurant.

Once there, you’ll find an Alice Roof for 23,000 coins, a disappearing (animated) Cheshire Cat wall decoration for 30,000 coins, and finally some assorted decorations including two types of rose bushes, Tweedledee and Tweedledum, a Card Army, a May Pole, and even some Singing Flowers. Items in this outdoor set go for as low as 800 coins, which means that even lower level players should be able to get in on the decorating fun.

Additionally, the sale that is taking place on indoor items is also available on complementary outdoor decorations, with the Mushroom Roof, Golden Heart, Rose Décor, Flamingos in Love and Giant Candy Cane all being temporarily available for reduced prices. For instance, the Mushroom Roof that once cost 5,000 coins, now costs just 4,000. Not a bad deal, if you ask me.

Head over to the game’s page to start redecorating your own restaurant in this cute new theme!

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  • http://freesocialnetworking.org/user/history/tilecleaning/ Brenda Aldrich

    Thanks for the great information! I would not have discovered this otherwise.