Of all the things the coronavirus pandemic took from faithful the . fans, perhaps the one that has been missed the most is
One of the most popular offerings at made it incredibly easy for Guests of all ages to enjoy tastes and treats from all over the . With four different options, it was easy for Guests to choose the one that best fit their needs and their budgets., the
. offered the Disney Quick-Service , the , the , and the
The Disney Quick-Service alcoholic beverages) per day, and one Resort-refillable drinking mug. The offered Guests 1 quick-service and 1 table-service per day, as well as the other entitlements of the Quick-Service . And while it’s not , it’s certainly hassle- . gave Guests 2 meals per day at a quick-service location, as well as 2 snacks (or non-
The allows guests to choose 3 meals per day, whether quick-service or table-service, as well as 2 snacks or 2 beverages, and a refillable mug. allowed Guests to choose any combination of 2 meals per day, whether at a quick-service location or a table-service location, 2 snacks or beverages, and a refillable mug. And the
Again, the could be used for a snack or a non- .
Guests could book a when they booked their , or they could modify an existing reservation to include a .
To date, the has still not returned to . And not only has Disney not given any indication about when it might make a comeback; Guests don’t have any specific proof-positive that it will return at all. (We know that’s what we’re led to believe, but we’re starting to have our doubts.)
And while it isn’t the , an exciting is making its return on August 26.
For the 17th year in a row, Visit Orlando’s Magical the . event is back. From August 26 to October 2, 2022, diners can enjoy three-course, prix-fixe dinners at a cost of only $40 per person at any of a long list of Orlando-area restaurants, some of which are at
As an added high point, $1 from every $40 individual The Able Trust. The Able Trust helps to expand employment opportunities to people in Central Florida who are living with disabilities. Visit Orlando will also allocate a small portion of the funds to an organization in each Orange County District that will also help to support The Able Trust cause. purchase supports a great cause:
Another perk to Visit Orlando’s Magical is the option for patrons to turn dinner into a getaway or a “weekend staycation,” thanks to Visit Orlando’s Magical Nights, which includes offers from properties that host one of the restaurants included in Visit Orlando’s Magical Restaurants list.
Patrons can view the full list of participating restaurants here.