A LOT has changed in Disney World over the past few months.
With many health measures in the process of being scaled back, we’re starting to see Disney World look a little bit more “normal.’ Social distancing has been reduced, guests aren’t required to wear masks everywhere, and we’re seeing a sign of normal in Disney World restaurants.
Over the past month or so, we’ve spotted that self-serve condiment stations have started to return in Disney World select quick-service restaurants. This has been the situation for a few weeks!
Take, for instance, ABC Commissary in Disney’s Hollywood Studios. Guests can once again fill little ramekins instead of picking up little packages of condiments.
These stations were removed to help reduce touchpoints but with them returned, guests have access to the condiment pumps once more.
Now, this change hasn’t reached everywhere. For instance, we checked in at Flame Tree Barbecue in Disney’s Animal Kingdom and found that self-serve condiment stations are not available at this location.
The toppings bar also returned to Fuel at the Disney World Swan and Dolphin Hotel over the last few weeks.
We’ll be keeping an eye on condiment status to make sure you know what to expect during your Disney World dining experience. As always. stay tuned to DFB for all the latest news and updates!
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