Which Disney Dining Locations Are Reopening In July?

Salt & Straw Handmade Ice Cream Coming to Disney Springs

When the Disney parks reopened, not all dining locations opened along with it. This begs the question, which Disney dining locations are reopening in the month of July? Here is a comprehensive list of what dining locations are expected to open soon at both Disney parks, as well as the Disney resorts.

Dining Locations Opening In July

Dino Diner

This Animal Kingdom dining spot is set to reopen its doors on July 4, and will be serving tasty snacks such as chili-cheese dogs, churros, and corn chip pie. This location will be the perfect choice for a Fourth of July bite.

Plaza Ice Cream Parlor

Reopening on July 7, Plaza Ice Cream Parlor is sure to make all your ice cream dreams come true. Guests can find their hand scooped ice cream on Main Street U.S.A in Magic Kingdom.

They will still be offering all their classic flavors, as well as non-dairy options and fat and sugar free options. In addition to simple cup or cone scoops, guests will be able to get their Barq’s Root Beer Floats and Coca-Cola Floats as well.

Trail’s End Restaurant

Located at The Campsites at Disney’s Fort Wilderness Resort, the Trail’s End Restaurant will be offering breakfast and dinner again on July 17.

For breakfast guests will enjoy breakfast skillets parfaits, and the classic Disney breakfast item, Mickey waffles. Adult beverages will be available as well, including mimosas and moonshine.

Dinner will start with classics such as cornbread and salad and will lead into delicious skillet entrees that will include smoked brisket, rotisserie chicken, sausage, potatoes, green beans, and corn on the cob. There are even more add on entree options available as well. Top off your meal at this location with the Covered Wagon Sundae.


Newly reimagined in Disney’s Grand Floridian Resort & Spa, Citricos will be bringing a little Mary Poppins magic to guests’ dinner plate. New menu items such as a strawberry salad starter, or an entree option of butter poached Florida Cobia with fingerling potatoes, grilled asparagus and mushrooms with a grapefruit blurred Blanco. Not to mention the desserts, such as chocolate torte with a dark cherry compote and vanilla mascarpone cream. It does not get any more decadent than that.

Reservations are available now for this restaurants reopening on July 17, and trust us, you do not want to miss out on this new menu.

Salt & Straw

This ice cream spot is a popular stop in Downtown Disney District, and soon those visiting Disney in Florida will get to experience it as well. This location will be coming to Disney Springs next year, so keep your eyes peeled at the DVC Blog for an official date for this newest dining location.

What Has Recently Opened?

Casey’s Corner

A classic Magic Kingdom hotdog spot on Main Street U.S.A., Casey Corner reopened on June 30 with all their favorites. Some of these tasty snacks include their corn dog nuggets, chili-cheese all beef hot dog, and even plant based options. All of their options are available for mobile ordering now.

Eight Spoon Cafe

Eight Spoon Cafe has reopened with their incredible baked macaroni and cheese and pulled pork jelly donut sandwich. Grab it today In Animal Kingdom!

More To Come

Disney is returning more to their pre COVID way of being, and soon all Disney dining will be opened again. Keep your eyes peeled on the DVC Shop blog to stay updated on which Disney dining locations are reopening and when, and don’t forget to share your thoughts by leaving a comment below! Who else is looking forward to Salt & Straw at Disney Springs?

Written by

Rachel Van Norman

Contributing Writer

Rachel fell deeply in love with all things Disney as a little girl. Now as a wife and a mother herself, she shares this Disney obsession with her son and everyone around her. From her love of princesses to eating all the Disney food, Rachel spends her time radiating Disney magic and keeping everyone up to date on Disney news.

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