Disneyland Resort is having to reclose many of its dining locations due to new stay-at-home restrictions in California. We are going to cover everything that will not be available starting today, December 7, at Downtown Disney and Disney California Adventure.
Things have been a little hectic over at Disneyland Resort, as Disney continues the phased reopening of the resort. Downtown Disney is currently open and available for Guests. Buena Vista Street inside Disney California Adventure has reopened shopping and dining for Guests, but only as part of an extension of Downtown Disney. In other words, Disneyland and Disney California Adventure theme parks are not open due to pandemic-related restrictions.
Due to a recent rise in COVID-19 cases, California government officials have placed new restrictions, which has led Disneyland to change some of its current available dining offerings and even delay the highly anticipated reopening of the DVC rooms at the Grand Californian.
Here is what you can expect to be open, and what will be closed on your next visit to Disneyland according to the official website. Remember that due to the new stay-at-home order you cannot eat any food while on Disneyland Resort property for the time being, so everything is being served to-go.
Dining That is Open for Takeout Only:
- Ballast Point Brewing Company
- Black Tap Craft Burgers & Shakes
- Earl of Sandwich
- Salt & Straw
- Wetzels Pretzels
- Jazz Kitchen Express
The Disneyland website currently states that none of the Buena Vista Street dining locations (including Carthay Circle) are available, and several restaurants at Downtown Disney (including Naples, La Brea Bakery Cafe, Ralph Brennan’s Jazz Kitchen, and Asian Street Eats) are not operating at this time. However, all of this is subject to change so be sure to check out the website before you visit for the most up to date information.
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What do you think about these closures? Is your favorite restaurant still open for to-go? Let us know your thoughts in the comments!