ORANGE COUNTY, Fla. – Disney Springs will officially reopen to the public on May 20, although in a limited capacity.
What You Need To Know
Disney Springs to begin reopening May 20Only select restaurants, stores will be openCapacity will be limited
Only a handful of restaurants and retail stores will be opening at the Disney World shopping and dining complex during what Disney is calling “the initial phase.” Third-party retailers will reopen, while the rest of Disney World, including the theme parks and hotels will remain closed.
For the businesses that do reopen, they will be implementing enhanced safety measures, including increased cleaning and the use of face masks.
Here’s a list of the businesses that will be reopening soon. The list will be updated as more restaurants share details.
Pizza Ponte – Opening May 22
Pizza Ponte will have a limited menu when it reopens. Guests will be required to wear face coverings except when eating and drinking.
Morimoto Asia/Morimoto Asia Street Food – Opening May 22
Both venues will have limited menus for both lunch and dinner. Guests will be required to wear face coverings at all times except when eating and drinking. Table layouts have also been redesigned to allow for social distancing.
Vivoli il Gelato – Opening May 22
Wine Bar George, according to its website, will be reopening on May 20 at noon. The restaurant will also implement new health and safety precautions. Reservations are available on OpenTable
Wolfgang Puck Bar & Grill will be reopening with Disney Springs, the restaurant has confirmed. Reservations can be made on its website.
The YeSake kiosk serves poke bowls and Japanese street food snacks.