While the shopping and dining district will likely be opening again with outdoor dining only with more locations to come soon, Salt and Straw will be mixing up ice cream for guests again this week!
Disney World is seeing a lot of changes in the parks before reopening with the ever-changing protocols and guidelines taking place in Florida.
Different locations in Disney Springs have recently been affected by Florida’s alcohol ban, where restaurants who make 50% of their profits from the sale of alcohol were forced to close. However, the Florida order has been updated with a new amendment that changes the details of the ban. Instead, restaurants who sell both food and alcohol are able to operate with a limited capacity of 50% and distancing measures.
With major Disney news seeming to drop every single day lately, it’s been tough to keep up with everything that’s going on! While there are plenty of things we’ve managed to wrap our heads around, we STILL have quite a few unanswered questions.
Today, let’s look at nine things we’re still unsure about when it comes to the Disney Parks.
We’re less than a week away from being able to grab a Dole Whip in the parks again, but in the mean time you’re able to pick up one at the re-opened Disney Resorts!
Although we’ve been grabbing all sorts of Fourth of July treats this weekend at Disney’s BoardWalk Inn, the Beach Club Resort, the Contemporary Resort, and more, Disney’s Polynesian Resort has brought back a fan-favorite!
While you might be starting your Fourth of July festivities with your family and friends, the Disney Resorts have been calling us with all their holiday treats!
While we’ve already seen a patriotic cupcake trio, a firework blondie pop, and a raspberry cream cheese-filled cupcake, the BoardWalk Bakery has baked up MULTIPLE Fourth of July treats (and we’re trying them all for you)!
It’s the Fourth of July, and we’ve been celebrating by having re-runs of Hamilton back to back (which is pretty patriotic, in our humble opinions!).
Although you might not be able to go the parks to ring in the holiday with the Muppets and all our other friends in Disney World, you can still party Disney style with treats all over the Disney Resorts!
Although Disney World will be reopening next week, we’ve been able to visit all the restaurants in Disney Springs.
It might be summertime, but we’re already looking forward to Halloween in Disney World (it’s one of our favorite times of the year)!
But as the parks get ready to reopen, Disney has shared that parades, fireworks, and character meet and greets are halted for the time being and Mickey’s Not-So-Scary Halloween Party has been canceled for 2020.
Happy Fourth of July WEEK!
Disney World is set to reopen VERY SOON and if you’re making plans to visit this summer — or anytime this year — it’s time to make your plans!
We’re going to make sure you choose the best restaurants Disney has to offer — and save some money while you’re at it — with our HUGE Fourth of July Sale at the DFB Store!
Get 40% Off EVERYTHING at the DFB Store with our Fourth of July SALE and promo code 40SALE!
While we love a signature dining experience like Victoria & Albert’s, there certainly comes a time where we have to wonder if it’s still worth the price. If you’ve been considering booking the Chef’s Table, you now have an additional $100 per person to consider. Let’s break the entire experience down to determine if a $350 dinner at Disney World is really worth it.