As Walt Disney World continues to reopen after shutting down completely due to the pandemic, little details and Guest-favorite offerings are starting to return as well.
Today, after some speculation, it is now confirmed that a very popular dessert location in Magic Kingdom is back in action!
We have seen interactive elements of the theme parks, such as the queue for Magic Kingdom’s The Many Adventures of Winnie the Pooh reopen. Now, a very popular Magic Kingdom dining location has quietly reopened!
When the parks closed, so did Cheshire Café, and after more than a year, Guests can once again eat at the Alice in Wonderland-themed Quick-Service location!
We previously reported that it seemed Cheshire Café would open today, as hours on the dining location’s section of the Walt Disney World website were posted. Today, we can confirm that Guests are officially back in line, ready to order some food, coffee, and slushies at Cheshire Café!
A very popular sweet treat, and for many, breakfast option at Magic Kingdom is the Cheshire Cat Tail found at Cheshire Café in Fantasyland. The croissant pastry is shaped into a tail, with the iconic pink and purple colors drizzled on top with icing.
Disney for Foodies (@disney_foodies) took to Twitter to post a video of the location open and ready to serve Guests. This location typically has a long line, but it seems that not too many people know that it has returned as of yet, considering there was only one family at the window in the video.
Cheshire Cafe finally reopened today in #MagicKingdom!
— Disney for Foodies (@disney_foodies) July 26, 2021
The Walt Disney World website also shows full hours of operation for the dining location, which will be open from 9:00 a.m. to 7:00 p.m.
Disney describes the dining location as:
Put a smile on your face with some refreshments from this fairytale cottage-inspired kiosk.
With the Main Street Bakery still under refurbishment, and the Starbucks line often extending into Main Street, U.S.A. in the morning, Cheshire Café is a great place to grab your morning coffee and a sweet treat (or a pepper jack pretzel) without having to deal with too much of a line!
Are you a fan of Cheshire Café? Or does its reopening not mean too much to you?