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1900 Park Fare to Reopen at Disney’s Grand Floridian Resort & Spa April 10, 2024

1900 Park Fare

Walt Disney World has announced that 1900 Park Fare will reopen at Disney’s Grand Floridian Resort & Spa on April 10, 2024, but there will be some changes for guests.

The Details

After a lengthy closure, the restaurant will reopen to guests with delicious new breakfast and dinner options in a buffet-style setting, according to Disney.

The offerings will feature some returning guest favorites, including the strawberry soup, along with new menu offerings dreamed up by the talented chefs to pay tribute to some of the characters and stories you’ll encounter throughout the restaurant.

So yes, it will still be a character dining locations, but new faces will be appearing. Guests will be joined by Aladdin in his Prince Ali look, Cinderella, Mirabel, and Tiana in her new look for “Tiana’s Bayou Adventure.”

Disney hasn’t said if Mary Poppins and the Penguins will return. It’ll be sad if they don’t.

1900 Park Fare

Just like before, carousel theming is woven throughout the restaurant, including the new mural (shown at the top of the page), which will serve as the focal point of the restaurant’s entrance.

In one of the adjoining dining rooms, there will be drawings of carousel animals inspired by classic Disney films like “Alice in Wonderland” and “The Little Mermaid.”

And Big Bertha, the antique organ that has called the resort home since 1988, can now be found in the main dining room, where it’s on display as its grand centerpiece.


Reservations for 1900 Park Fare open on March 5 at and via the My Disney Experience app. That’s also when we should know more about the menu offerings and dining experience.

The restaurant will reportedly accept the Disney Dining Plan, and will require 1 Table-Service credit (breakfast and dinner) when it reopens.

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