Fans of the Blue Bayou Restaurant at Disneyland are once again able to enjoy their favorite dishes as the eatery reopens to guests after a six week closure.
Currently, no reservations are available to guests. All seatings will on a walk-in basis for lunch and dinner starting at 11am daily.
Check with the podium or on the Disneyland mobile app for the list and wait-times.
Reservations will be available at a later date, says the park.
The Blue Bayou restaurant originally closed for a refurbishment starting on April 21, 2022.
It sits withing the Pirates of the Caribbean attraction, which is still closed for its own refurbishment, so it seemed a good time to spruce up the restaurant a bit.
No word if the blue barrier walls are still up, blocking the diner’s view of the Pirate’s work, which currently is scheduled to end June 30, 2022.
Blue Bayou, and Pirates of the Caribbean, were among the last projects Walt Disney personally oversaw, and both opened on March 18, 1967, shortly after he passed away. The restaurant has a history unmatched with Disney fans.
The menu back then also featured a Monte Cristo sandwich, which can still be found on the menu today. The main difference is back then it was a reported $2.25, and today it’s $29 on the lunch menu.
One other major difference at the restaurant is that when it reopened last year after the pandemic closure, it added Louisiana-inspired alcoholic drinks to the menu. Blue Bayou had never served alcohol before this.
It’ll be good to see both fully open again for guests to enjoy. Will you be eating at the Blue Bayou on your next Disneyland visit? Let us know in the comments.
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