Disney has been filing several different permits lately, in which Inside the Magic has been reporting on to keep you all up to date. The latest, however, looks to be one filed over at EPCOT in Walt Disney World for the famous pub — Rose and Crown Pub — located inside the United Kingdom pavilion at World Showcase.
The permit lists Rose and Crown’s Pub as the address and is requesting “labor, material and/or electrical for construction.” Unfortunately, we don’t know much else since that is all the permit lists but what we do know is as of right now, Rose and Crown is open to Guests and accepting reservations. Disney has not announced any type of temporary closing or refurbishment for this location at this time.
More on Rose and Crown
The official Disney website describes Rose and Crown as:
This family-friendly British pub features traditional favorites and waterfront dining.
The Rose & Crown Pub features frosted windows and cold refreshments.
Choose from a large selection of British beers, ciders, scotches and signature cocktails. Pop in to Rose & Crown Pub and share a toast.
Guests can also dine in the dining area, which Disney describes as:
Delight in such specialties as fish and chips, bangers and mash, and more. In addition to British selections, the kids menu includes favorites like turkey meatballs and cheesy pasta.
Dine inside or outside on the patio overlooking World Showcase Lagoon. Just be sure to leave room for sticky toffee pudding!
Advance reservations are highly recommended.
Before visiting, please keep in mind the following:
An Important Message
In addition to a confirmed dining reservation, in-park dining at table-service restaurants requires a park reservation and valid admission for the same park on the same date for each person in your party ages 3 and up. Dining reservations do not guarantee admission to the park. Learn more about dining options during the phased reopening of Walt Disney World Resort.
More Recently Filed Permits
As we mentioned, Disney has filed quite a few permits lately. Here is a list of the most recent permits we reported on:
- Disney World Files Permit For Pandora
- Construction Permit Filed For Disney’s Boardwalk Pool
- Permit Filed For Pool at Art of Animation
- Disney Filed Permit For Disney’s Animal Kingdom
- New Permit Shows Glimpse at EPCOT Overhaul
What do you think this permit is for? Let us know in the comments below.
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