With beloved restaurants set to reopen and reservations opening for existing locations for the first time ever, this week has seen an enormous boom in Disney dining opportunities that foodies will want to make note of.
Space 220 Lounge
The Space 220 lounge previously let guests in on a walk-up basis only, letting guests sit at the bar with an exclusive (and more affordable menu) while still getting much of the Space 220 experience. Reservations can now be made for the lounge, and though some same-day walk-up availability could be made, the primary way of getting in will now be through reservations. Interested guests should note that they will not be situated quite as close to the windows as the traditional dining experience, but they still get to take the elevator and eat in the restaurant.
La Crêperie de Paris
The table service crepe restaurant in the France pavilion's newly expanded area is now accepting reservations, meaning guests can now plan on grabbing the new dining options in advance instead of having to wait until the day-of to make dining plans. With sweet and savory options available, guests can choose from a variety of quality crepes, but do note that this table service restaurant will require some time out of the day to try the offerings.
Boatwright's Dining Hall
This table service restaurant is reopening at Disney's Port Orleans Riverside on Dec. 14. From ribs to hot chicken, this homestyle restaurant brings comfort dining to one of Disney's best moderate resorts. Reservations are now available.
Story Book Dining at Artist Point, a Disney's Wilderness Lodge character dining experience featuring Snow White, Dopey, Grumpy and The Queen, is scheduled to open Dec. 16. Reservations are now open.