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Popular Disney World Restaurant NOW OPEN After 4 Year Closure!

1900 Park Fare reopen
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It seems hard to believe, but it has been just over four years since Walt Disney World Resort was forced to shut its gates because of the COVID-19 pandemic. The Most Magical Place on Earth was empty for months, finally reopening in July 2020. But when Disney World finally did reopen, things were much different than they were pre-pandemic. There were strict capacity limits, mask requirements, no park hopping, no character dining, and social distancing was enforced.

guests wearing masks

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Things are mostly back to normal since the pandemic, but there was one glaring closure — 1900 Park Fare at Disney’s Grand Floridian Resort & Spa. The restaurant was undergoing a refurbishment, but guests could not understand why the popular character dining spot remained closed.

In January of this year, Disney Dining reported that the restaurant would be reopening, but cast members would not reveal when. Then, in March, Disney announced that the buffet-style restaurant would reopen on April 10!

Well, April 10 is finally here and 1900 Park Fare is once again open and ready to delight guests! And we have a sneak peek of the refurb, courtesy of Ashley Carter.

When 1900 Park Fare reopens, it will also feature a “refreshed look.” The new look in the dining room “pays homage to the late Victorian period, with art reminiscent of this golden era,” according to Disney.

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But it is not the same 1900 Park Fare you remember. Disney has made some changes to not only its menu, but also characters that guests will meet during their meal! Instead of having a mishmash of characters during the breakfast buffet and a Cinderella’s ball theme at night, there will be a variety of characters throughout the day.

1900 Park Fare

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Disney shared some photos of the new character interactions that guests will have, including with Aladdin, Cinderella, Princess Tiana, and even Mirabel from Encanto!

Character changes aren’t the only thing guests dining at 1900 Park Fare will notice. Disney has also made some big changes to both the breakfast and dinner buffet menus.

1900 Park Fare

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Here is what we know will be on 1900 Park Fare’s breakfast menu:

  • Bread Pudding with vanilla crème anglaise
  • Doughnut Holes tossed with shimmer
  • Grand Floridian Strawberry Soup with fresh strawberries and whipped cream
  • Double-Chocolate Muffin (Plant-based)
  • Guava and Cream Cheese Danish
  • Cinnamon Pull-apart Bread
  • Beef and Potato Hash
  • Classic Eggs Benedict with Hollandaise Sauce
  • Carved Ham
  • Croissant Breakfast Pizza
  • Smoked Salmon
  • Cheesy Potato Casserole
  • Spiced Tofu Scramble with Vegetables (Plant-based)
  • An assortment of fruit, cereals, pastries, breads as well as a variety of plant-based options
1900 Park Fare Dinner

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And here’s what you can indulge in during dinner at the Grand Floridian hot spot.

  • Peel-n-Eat Shrimp with cocktail sauce​
  • Tiana’s Gumbo​ with spicy andouille sausage
  • Baked Salmon with saffron-lemon butter
  • Carved Prime Rib
  • Curry-roasted Chicken
  • Roasted Garlic Sausage with tomatoes, herbs, and braised cabbage
  • Porchetta with Hunter’s Sauce
  • Couscous Salad with dried fruits, almonds, mint, and parsley
  • Sun-dried Tomato and Rosemary Focaccia
  • Mashed Potatoes
  • Green Beans
  • Glazed Carrots
  • Grand Floridian Strawberry Soup with fresh strawberries and whipped cream
  • Grand Floridian Financier: Almond cake with sea salt caramel and toasted meringue
  • Toasted Coconut Cake with passion fruit custard and hibiscus crème (Plant-based)
  • Lemon-Blueberry Cheesecake
  • Vanilla Cupcake
  • Fudge Brownie with triple chocolate mousse
1900 Park Fare

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There are also several new non-alcoholic and alcoholic beverages on the overhauled menu. 1900 Park Fare breakfast pricing is $54 per adult and $34 per child. Dinner pricing is $66 per adult and $41 per child. The restaurant is a part of the Disney Dining Plan and will count as one table service meal.

Reservations are not required to dine at 1900 Park Fare, but they are HIGHLY recommended. Disney Resort hotel guests can make reservations up to 60 days in advance. Reservations can be made on the Walt Disney World Resort website and on the My Disney Experience app.

Are you excited that 1900 Park Fare is finally open?! Will you be making a reservation? Let us know in the comments!

About Krysten Swensen

A born and bred New England girl living the Disney life in Southern California. I love to read, to watch The Golden Girls, and love everything to do with Disney and Universal. I also love to share daily doses of Disney on my Disney Instagram @BrazzleDazzleDisney!

One comment

  1. That new character lineup stinks. They should have kept the originals.

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