That’s right, it’s almost time for Disney World to get back into the swing of things. When these parks open, many of our favorite table-service locations will be serving guests again. With the added health measures and limits on capacity, Disney suspended new dining reservations and canceled existing ones. Now, dining reservations are coming BACK to the Disney parks!
Guests with valid park admission and Disney Park Pass reservations who had dining reservations between May 28 and September 2, that was canceled during the closure can make dining reservations for select theme park restaurants starting June 30th, for up to 60 days in advance of your arrival.
This date applies to guests who had their dining reservations on or before September 2nd canceled as of May 28th. Disney is sending guests emails with the new reservation information as well. Reservations for all guests will reopen at a later date.
Disney has also shared that eligible guests can book online. If you’re unable to book online, you can call (407) 939-6690 or (800) 800-9800 if you’re a Disney Vacation Club Member.
To make reservations in the theme park, guests must have valid park admission AND a Disney Park Pass reservation for the day of the desired reservation.
As a reminder, all of the Disney World restaurants will not be open with the park initially. You can check in on our list of announced restaurants for the FULL LIST of those restaurants that WILL be open and available for reservations.
Online reservations are currently available for Disney Springs restaurants and guests with hotel arrivals prior to July 10th can make select hotel dining reservations by calling the Disney Reservation Center at (407) 824-1391.
Keep an eye on DFB for the latest updates, and get ready to make those reservations!
Have questions about making reservations for the reopening days of the parks? Ask them in the comments!