Bares e night clubes, cada um em um estilo: Dance, Country, e outros. Pleasure Island is a section of the Walt Disney World Resort within the Downtown Disney shopping, dining and entertainment district. Stores on Pleasure Island are open from 10:30 a.m. to 2:00 a.m. and restaurants from 11:00 a.m. to 1:00 a.m. Pleasure Island officially opened May 1, 1989. In September 2008 all of the clubs on the island closed. The island's retail stores and restaurants remain open. On November 18, 2010, Disney announced that the area referred to as Pleasure Island would be renamed "Hyperion Wharf" and that the revitalization project looks to be completed by Spring 2013. The site is most often thought to be named for 'Pleasure Island' from the book Pinocchio, of which the Disney studio made a film adaptation. In the book, children on the island are allowed to play and never work. However, these unsupervised children smoke, drink and generally misbehave (sometimes in adult-like ways), and are eventually punished by being changed into donkeys that have to work in salt mines. Former coaches from the Fort Wilderness Railroad that operated from 1973-1977 are used as ticket booths at the entrance to the island. From 1990 through New Year's Eve 2005, Pleasure Island celebrated New Year's Eve with a fireworks show every night at midnight. On June 27, 2008, the Walt Disney World Resort announced that over the next two years, Disney will replace all of Pleasure Island's night clubs with new stores and restaurants. Disney denied rumors that the changes are due to a drop in attendance at Pleasure Island, stating instead that the company is responding to guest feedback asking for more family friendly experiences. The entertainment venues (night clubs and comedy clubs) ceased operations on September 27, 2008.