With today being the first day of Annual Passholder Preview Day at the Walt Disney World Resort, we’re able to see more of what operations look like inside the parks. As a Guest, you’re going to get hungry adventuring around Magic Kingdom so it’s great to know what dining at Magic Kingdom looks like now with new health and safety measures. For what is available to Guests as dining options right now, please refer to this list.
The all important, Dole Whip, is a must-have sweet treat when you head to the Disney Parks. It’s great every day, but especially on a hot summer’s day. The spot to go to at Magic Kingdom for Dole Whip is Aloha Aisle Refreshments. In order to enjoy this delicious pineapple dessert, you’ll need to mobile order on the My Disney Experiences App. Below are some photos to show you what that ordering process looks like from start to when you get your hands on that Dole Whip!
Quick Service Dining
Quick Service dining locations will be asking you to place a mobile order for pick up to avoid having large crowds gather. You can see signs like the ones below in front of restaurants with QR Codes which streamlines the process for mobile ordering especially if you haven’t done so before. It will look similar, if not the same, as the mobile ordering screens you see above. A physically distanced queue with ground marking to guide you as you arrive to pick up your order.
The Pinocchio Village Haus
Pecos Bill Tall Tale Inn and Cafe
Within the My Experiences App for Walt Disney World, they’ve introduced a new Mobile Dine Check-In. You’ll arrive at your dining location and find a sign in the front with a QR Code to check-in for your dine-in meal. This isn’t a step you necessarily need to take if you are familiar with navigating the app. The process eliminates the need for an in-person check-in, and you’ll be notified when your table is ready so you can be seated!