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Classic Disney World Restaurant Set to Reopen July 28!

When choosing where to dine at Walt Disney World Resort, the options may seem endless. In fact, there are nearly FOUR HUNDRED places to eat that can be found at Disney’s four theme parks, two Water Parks, every Disney World hotel, and Disney Springs. There is a restaurant for every palette, and one for every budget. From stands for an on-the-go snack to counter-service spots that offer a quick break, to gorgeous sit-down restaurants, where Guests can indulge in delicious eats for breakfast, lunch, and dinner.

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One of the most exclusive restaurants on Walt Disney World property is Victoria and Albert’s — which is located at Disney’s Grand Floridian Resort and Spa. Victoria and Albert’s is so high-end that there is a strict dress code that Guests must adhere to, and the restaurant does not allow Guests to dine there who are under 10 years old.

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Walt Disney World has been reopened for almost two years since the pandemic forced the Parks to close for months in 2020. While the Parks and Resort hotels may be open, there are still a number of restaurants that are closed. One of those is Victoria and Albert’s, but that will soon be changing. Spectrum News reporter Ashley Carter shared that Victoria and Albert’s will be reopening on July 28, with reservations opening up on June 20.

JUST IN: Victoria & Albert’s will reopen at Disney’s Grand Floridian on July 28. Reservations will be available starting June 20.

Never dined at Victoria and Albert’s? Here is more information on the exclusive restaurant from the Walt Disney World Resort website:

Delight in a tantalizing tasting menu that showcases modern American cuisine crafted with exquisite ingredients from around the world. Chef de Cuisine Matthew Sowers and his team have developed an ever-evolving menu that showcases seasonal flavors and elevated techniques.

The award-winning wine list features a diverse collection of over 500 wines from 35 regions. Maître d’Hôtel Israel Pérez has curated a rare collection that is eclectic and ever-changing—with exceptional choices that go as far back as the early 1900s.

Wine and zero-proof pairings are available.

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Unlike almost every other restaurant on property, it is important to note that Victoria and Albert’s requires advanced reservations. In addition to the traditional dining room, Guests can also make a reservation in the Queen Victoria Room — a room that offers an expanded tasting menu and is limited to 4 couples per evening. Guests can also make reservations for the Chef’s Table — which lets Guests sit steps away from the kitchen and see how the talented chefs create memorable dishes. The chef’s table reservation can be made for up to 6 Guests.

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!