Disney World foodies, it’s a great day for us!
Disney just announced that not one, not two, but THREE fan-favorite Disney World restaurants will be reopening this month and next. Let’s check out WHEN and WHICH restaurants we’ll be chowing down in once again!
A few weeks ago, we noticed some pretty significant changes to the menu over at Woody’s Lunch Box. No breakfast? NO TOTCHOS? We’re not happy. But we WERE happy that those changes felt a little like a sign of reopening — and now it’s confirmed!
We’ll be back to chowing down on toy-tastic favorites like Lunch Box Tarts, soda floats, and more when this much-loved spot reopens on November 25th. That’s next week!
Following soon after, there are TWO restaurants reopening in Magic Kingdom. On December 13th, Crystal Palace will reopen as a family-style dining experience with new, individually-plated options like crispy fried chicken with honey pot drizzle, fire-roasted prime rib of beef, fried cauliflower, and more.
Keep in mind that this location will NOT be a character dining experience for the time being. If that’s still okay with you, reservations will be available online on December 1st.
And lastly, Tomorrowland Terrace will return as another OUTDOOR dining spot in Magic Kingdom on December 17th — and outdoor dining is pretty valuable right now! Plus, this location will feature a modified menu with lobster rolls, fried shrimp, and fried chicken.
Tomorrowland Terrace was acting as a Relaxation Station where guests in Magic Kingdom could go to remove their masks for a while. We’ll keep our eyes out to see if that is still offered in the location once dining resumes.
Wow! We can’t decide where we’re most excited to dine (although Woody’s Lunch Box does have a special place in our hearts). We’ll be stopping by all three of these spots when they reopen so stay tuned to DFB to check out all the updates and reviews!
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Which spot are you most excited to visit when it reopens? Tell us in the comments!