The global health crisis has caused a major disruption to many types of businesses and the restaurant industry has taken a significant hit.
We’ve been wondering what the future of restaurants will look like at Disney resorts. We’ve seen some spots make notable staffing cuts and the Re-Open Florida Task Force has been working hard to outline guidelines for the reopening of dining. Today, two big wigs behind some of Disney World’s and Disneyland’s restaurants offered up some insight into their businesses’ current situations.
The 2017 Walt Disney World Swan and Dolphin Classic is HERE… and so are we!!
Ticket holders for the event are enjoying the activities on Friday, October 27, and/or Saturday, October 28, 2017, from 5:30PM to 9PM. As in the past, there are several ticket options, which you can find on the event website. The Causeway Ticket provides unlimited access to food and drinks along the Causeway between the two resorts. The Causeway Ticket and Beer Garden ticket allows access to the unlimited Causeway offerings as well as the Beer Garden. There are also a la carte tickets, tickets for seminars, and a Sunday Bubbles Brunch.
When you’re in the mood for Mexican and don’t have the time or budget for a full sit down restaurant meal, the small Taqueria outside of Tortilla Jo’s is the perfect dining solution. My family and I LOVE Tortilla Jo’s, however, a meal inside the “regular” restaurant takes a minimum of one hour (worth it if you have the time) and that’s with a reservation or without a wait.
The colorful Taqueria can not be missed as you are walking through Downtown Disney. It is located directly across from Ralph Brennan’s Jazz Kitchen, closer to the hotels than the parks. Their outdoor-only seating consists of [Read more…]