Recently, Ohana announced that it would finally be returning to Walt Disney World, and Guests could not be more excited.
As Disney World continues its phased reopening, more and more dining locations are becoming available to Guests. Ohana is the character dining location at Disney’s Polynesian Village Resort, where Guests can enjoy a family-style dining experience while meeting Mickey Mouse, Lilo, and Stitch! Many Guests have been missing this dining location for quite some time as it is a staple for many on their Disney vacation.
Recently, Disney announced that Ohana would be reopening on July 9, with reservations opening on June 10. On the My Disney Experience app, if you try to book a meal at Ohana, you may find yourself in a slight pickle! Only a few hours after reservations became available, Guests have already snagged almost every last one. At the moment, through to August 9, every dinner reservation is completely booked out.
As you can see below, when looking to book a dinner reservation, the app will alert Guests that there are none available, even for just one Guest!
When looking for breakfast reservations, there were a few options left, but seeing how quickly all reservations are starting to disappear, it is likely that those options will not be there for too long.
The news of Ohana reservations disappearing within hours is a little surprising, as there were many negative comments about the reduced offerings that the restaurant would have, such as the removal of the idolized Ohana noodles, a popular side dish at the location.
If you wanted to make a reservation but did not know how fast they would sell out, do not fret! If Guests cancel, more reservations could become available. We suggest checking the My Disney Experience app daily to ensure that you will be the one to snag it daily if one becomes available!
Disney describes Ohana as:
Rise and Shine for Breakfast
You and your ʻohana can delight in an American breakfast influenced by Polynesian flavors.
Feast family-style on popular selections such as scrambled eggs, breakfast potatoes, Stitch and Mickey waffles, ham with pineapple, a variety of fresh fruits and ʻOhana pineapple bread.
Dinner with Hawaiian Hospitality
Enjoy an evening of Hawaiian-flavored specialties and music in a Polynesian-themed setting.
Unwind in a dining room brimming with tikis and tropical greenery as you savor delicious dishes like grilled beef steak, roasted chicken, sausage and island shrimp casserole. Plus, you can satisfy your sweet tooth with pineapple coconut bread pudding and vanilla ice cream. It’s a tantalizing taste of the South Pacific!
Guests 21 years of age and older can also enjoy wine and tropical alcoholic drinks from the full bar.
Did you get an Ohana reservation, or do you plan on trying to snag one once more are available? Let us know in the comments below!