Disneyland Park has proposed a reopening for July 17th and we’re waiting for more details.
We know that Disney World went through a slew of systemic cancellations in preparation for reopening, including the removal of all upcoming Advance Dining Reservations. There has been no word on whether Disneyland will do the same, but today, we’ve noticed a change to the Disneyland website that looks a lot like the ones we’ve seen for Disney World.
Typically, Disneyland has 30 restaurants listed with reservations available (it did yesterday!). Today when we checked in on our Disneyland meal options, we noticed that only nine were available, and they were all for dining events. There wasn’t a single regular reservation to be seen.
When we browsed some of the individual restaurant pages, we spotted that there was no link or calendar for reservations either, despite the pages mentioning that we should be able to check availability. Reservations have been unavailable in Disneyland for some time, but the restaurants were still listed. This change is a lot like what we saw happen as Disney World canceled all upcoming dining reservations.
Our last option was to check the Disneyland App. When you select the “Reserve Dining Option” you are met with a screen that says, “Dining reservations are temporarily unavailable. In the meantime, you can learn more about dining experiences at the Disneyland Resort.” This is pretty similar to the screen that comes up on Disney World’s My Disney Experience app.
We’re not sure what the deal with Disneyland’s Dining Reservations is just yet. It’s possible that Disneyland could be resetting their dining system as well. Still, Disney World and Disneyland are very different, so keep checking in with DFB for all of the latest Disneyland reopening updates!
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