Walt Disney World continues the process of reopening since the unprecedented closure due to the COVID-19 pandemic in March. We have news of three restaurants which have reopened in the parks.
Let’s take a look:
Woody’s Lunch Box
Located in Toy Story Land at Disney’s Hollywood Studios, this small but popular counter-service restaurant is back in operation, serving grilled cheese sandwiches and Disney’s version of pop tart pastries.
Over at the Magic Kingdom, this popular location with a view of Cinderella Castle will reopen on December 13. Traditionally, this location has offered a buffet with character dining, but it will reopen with family-style dining for lunch and dinner. It will serve prime rib, fried chicken, or crispy-fried cauliflower. The characters from Winnie the Pooh will not make an appearance.
Staying at the Magic Kingdom, the Tomorrowland Terrace will reopen on December 17. It will offer menu items typically offered at the still-closed Columbia Harbour House in Liberty Square. Lobster rolls, chicken breast nuggets, and fried shrimp will be on the menu.
Disney usually operates the Tomorrowland Terrace seasonally to handle large crowds, so it is possible this location could close again after the Christmastime crowds fade away.
Glad to see more restaurants reopening in Disney World?