Disney World is continuing with its phased reopening.
And that means that we’re seeing attractions, restaurants, and hotels reopening all around property! We’ve been getting EXCITED to visit Tusker House again in Disney’s Animal Kingdom, but now, it seems like we’ve got lots more to look forward to. Because Disney just announced that one of our favorite restaurants is officially reopening!
‘Ohana at Disney’s Polynesian Village Resort is reopening on July 9th! That’s coming up SOON. This spot will serve all-you-care-to-enjoy breakfast AND dinner — although, notably, character dining will not be available. However, a strolling musician will entertain you during dinner!
Breakfast eats include pineapple-coconut breakfast bread, Stitch waffles, and breakfast skillets. For dinner, enjoy platters of grilled beef steak, roasted chicken, and friend rice. And OF COURSE, that heavenly ‘Ohana Bread Pudding is making its return! Safe to say, we could NOT be happier.
Disney is currently showing a menu for ‘Ohana online — and it’s missing those famous noodles. But don’t panic — this menu IS subject to change, so we could still see this fan-favorite eat return.
Update: The ‘Ohana noodles are coming BACK and now appear on the updated menu.
Disney released pictures of the food we can expect to see at ‘Ohana and it looks like there will be some changes!
First, let’s take a look at breakfast!
The picture above is a look at the breakfast you can have when the restaurant reopens.
We noticed some pretty big changes when it comes to ‘Ohana’s dinner, including the introduction of Kielbasa Sausage to the entrees, and a BIG difference in the bread. The bread used to be a Pineapple Coconut bread, but now the restaurant offers ‘Ohana Coconut-Papaya Scones and Cheddar-Bacon Biscuits.
The online menu also now shows a number of beverages that will be available during dinner. There will be non-alcoholic specialties…
…MORE signature cocktails…
…and a variety of wines.
There’s quite a bit to choose from!
The full menu and drinks are also now online for ‘Ohana’s breakfast menu.
Bookings for this spot are already opened up. You’ll want to reserve your table ASAP — we’ve got a feeling it’ll fill up fast. You can bet we’ll bring you a full review once ‘Ohana has officially reopened, so stay tuned to DFB!
Which restaurant as you most excited to reopen? Let us know in the comments!