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The upstairs of Carthay (the dining area) is (was) planned to be a Club 33. It is not available to the public (just members), so you won't see it on the website (just like in Anaheim).
Marco, each individual facade is not a shop, restaurant, etc. For example, Avenue M arcade takes up most of the western side of Mickey Ave with maybe 15 distinct facades, but it is just one shop on the inside. Fireworks Factory and Three Pigs hardware are not shops, but facades for the back of things like the Patisserie.
While Mickey Ave may have 35 or 40 distinct facade, it only has less than a quarter of that number of venues (retail or dining). Hope this helps.
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Ok. Arcade sounds not like a restaurant. What about the rooftop terrace on the rendering?
Trust me, it's a shop. Little clue (translated: M Avenue Arcade) here:
I really hoped for some real restaurant inside. Look at the artwork, where you can clearly spot people sitting on its roof. I wonder why Disney still hasn't any information on the official site. If it were to become a premium restaurant like in California with table service they would have already advertised it.
I don't think that SDL's Cathay is a restaurant. I think it will be home to Avenue M, with a little snack/food point inside, but no the same as in California. The color scheme of the buildings reflects the reality.