UPDATE: Disney Reveals Pricing for 1900 Park Fare’s Return

1900 Park Fare reservations
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Nearly four years ago, Walt Disney World Resort was forced to close its gates due to the COVID-19 pandemic. The resort was closed for four months — something that never happened before. When the parks finally reopened, the Disney experience was only a shell of what it once was.

Guests were required to wear face coverings at all times, could only eat and drink in designated areas, and were required to remain 6 feet apart. There were also strict capacity requirements.

Children with Masks on at Disney

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All of those COVID protocols are now a thing of the past, and Disney World is nearly back to what it was before the pandemic.

However, there is still one glaring thing missing — the ability to dine at 1900 Park Fare at Disney’s Grand Floridian Resort & Spa. The popular character dining spot closed when the pandemic hit, and its doors have remained shut since.

1900 Park Fare Is Returning!

However, in February, Disney finally announced that 1900 Park Fare will reopen on April 10. Reservations for 1900 Park Fare are currently open!

1900 park fare

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Menu Changes

It’s been four years, and 1900 Park Fare has received some renovation updates. To go along with the restaurant’s new look, Disney has also upgraded the menu. Here’s what you can indulge in when you dine at the new 1900 Park Fare.


The breakfast buffet menu is full of a wide variety of sweet and savory. The perfect way to kick off your Disney day!

  • 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 Breakfast

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1900 Park Fare is not open for lunch, but the all-you-care-to-enjoy dinner menu is worth the wait.

  • 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 Dinner

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There will also be some brand-new drink options, and they are perfect for those who love a delicious non-alcoholic beverage and those who like their drinks with a little extra kick. It is important to note that these drinks are not included in the base price for your meal.

  • Lavender Lemonade: Minute Maid Premium Lemonade with flavors of lavender (Non-alcoholic beverage)
  • So Many Wishes: Pomegranate green tea, hibiscus, lemon, and a dash of stardust (Non-alcoholic beverage)
  • Passion Fruit Daiquiri: Diplomático Planas Extra Añejo Blanco Rum, Aperol Liqueur, passion fruit, vanilla, and lime
  • Strawberry RosĂ© Spritz: La FĂŞte du RosĂ©, Rockey’s Botanical Liqueur, Tito’s Handmade Vodka, and strawberry
1900 Park Fare Drinks

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Related: The Ultimate List of Drinks You Have to Try in Walt Disney World

Character Changes

New menu items are not the only big change coming to 1900 Park Fare. According to the Walt Disney World Resort website, new characters will also be making their way to the restaurant as well!

Prior to the closure, breakfast featured a mishmash of Disney characters, including Winnie the Pooh, Tigger, Alice, the Mad Hatter, Mary Poppins, and Bert. Dinner was hosted by Cinderella and Prince Charming and also featured Lady Tremaine, Anastasia, and Drizella.

1900 Park Fare reopening

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Related: “Disappointing” Hodgepodge List of Characters Set for Disney Restaurant Reopening

When 1900 Park Fare opens on April 10, there will be new characters from Aladdin, The Princess and the Frog, and even Encanto! Disney says that guests can look forward to meeting Aladdin, Cinderella, Princess Tiana, and Mirabel.

UPDATE: Pricing Released

Disney recently released a pricing update for the revamped dining experience. 1900 Park Fare breakfast pricing is $54 per adult and $34 per child. Dinner pricing is $66 per adult and $41 per child. Tax and gratuity are not included.

Walt Disney World dining reservations can be made up to 60 days before your trip. This is sure to be an in-demand dining spot, so make sure you make your reservations ASAP.

What changes at 1900 Park Fare are you most looking forward to experiencing? 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!


  1. Matthew Brewster

    You didn’t mention the most salient factor in deciding where to eat dinner….THE PRICE!!!

  2. The new character lineup stinks compared to the original ones. I won’t be going there again.

  3. Heather Massengale

    No Lady Tremaine and stepsisters?! They were the best part!

  4. No Mad Hatter & Alice?! No Mary Poppins?! No Cinderella & Prince Charming?! Might as well have just made this another barbecue buffet & changed the name, too. New character lineup not worthy of GF elegance. Another big mistake to drive away loyal Disney-philes.

    • We have been there about a dozen times. We’ve had wonderful experiences with both the characters of breakfast and at dinner.
      One of the best experiences was my *Now, 16-year-old grandson, having the Tremaine stepsisters all around him, talking to him And making his five-year-old face so red with embarrassment! we still love to show him that! Lol
      It won’t be the same with the new characters. I guess I won’t be spending my money there again.

  5. I am not sure who Disney thinks will be going to any of these buffet restaurants. If you do the math dinner for two adults plus tax and a 20% tip you are talking about $167.64 with out a glass of wine. With the wine you are talking about nearly $200.00.
    A family of nine with five children and four adults your talking over $550.00 without wine. My wife couldn’t eat $66.00 in her best day nor can I anymore. Overall the restaurant prices at Disney are out of sight and what your getting doesn’t begin to qualify to what they are charging

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