Disney has welcomed back some of its fans — but for a while it won’t look like, or feel like at first, how it has in years past.
Disney Springs opens to a limited capacity from 10 a.m. to 10 p.m. Capacity will be reached when the Lime and Orange garages, the only two available, fill up. Temperature checks will occur before guests leave the garage — parties will not be allowed in if anyone has a fever of 100.4 or above. Cast members and guests will both be required to wear face masks, with the exception of those under 3 years old.
Once inside Disney Springs, there won’t be any live entertainment — that may change soon if all goes well during this limited opening. And here’s what’s open:
- 4 Rivers Cantina Barbacoa Food Truck
- The Art Corner by Artistic Talent Group
- Blaze Fast-Fire’d Pizza
- The Boathouse
- Chapel Hats
- Chicken Guy!
- Columbia Sportswear
- Crystal Arts by Arribas Brothers
- Earl of Sandwich
- Edward Beiner Purveyor of Fine Eyewear
- Erin McKenna’s Bakery NYC
- Free People
- Frontera Cocina
- Happy Hound
- Joffrey’s Coffee & Tea Company
- Lucky Brand
- Luxury of Time by Diamonds International
- Pandora Jewelry
- Paradiso 37 Entertainment
- Pelé Soccer
- Planet Hollywood
- The Polite Pig
- Pop Gallery
- Ron Jon Surf Shop
- Royally Yours by Arribas Brothers
- Savannah Bee Company
- Sosa Family Cigars
- STK Orlando
- Sugarboo & Co.
- Sunshine Churros at Disney Springs Marketplace
- Sunshine Churros at Disney Springs West Side
- Vera Bradley
- Wolfgang Puck Bar & Grill
- Wine Bar George
- YeSake Kiosk
On Friday, restaurants Morimoto, Pizza Ponte an Vivili il Gelato will open. Next Wednesday, World of Disney and Marketplace Co-Op are scheduled reopen, and mobile orders for D-Luxe Burger will resume.
And for one last piece of news: Disney officials have made the disclaimer clear that, “By visiting Disney Springs you voluntarily assume all risks related to exposure to COVID-19.”
So, wear your masks, head the six-foot space markings … and have the fun Disney as provided all these years!