Walt Disney World Resort continues to move forward with its phased reopening after being closed due to the impact of COVID-19. This week it was announced that three restaurants would be reopening at both the Magic Kingdom at Disney’s Hollywood Studios. This comes after it was announced that the park capacity at Walt Disney World Resort is now at 35%, up from 25% where it had been previously.

Magic Kingdom

At the Magic Kingdom, there are two restaurants that will be reopening just in time for the holidays. First off, on December 13th, The Crystal Palace will be reopening for guests to enjoy. There will not be character dining initially. Disney has not announced if or when character dining will be returning to The Crystal Palace. Instead, the restaurant will be offering a family-style dining experience for its guests. At The Crystal Palace guests will be able to enjoy individual entrees that include crispy fried chicken with honey pot drizzle, fire-roasted prime rib of beef, fried cauliflower, and more. Reservations can be booked starting December 1st for The Crystal Palace at DisneyWorld.com.

Just across the Hub on December 17th, the Tomorrowland Terrace will also be reopening. Its quick service menu will include seafood favorites including lobster rolls and fried shrimp.

Disney’s Hollywood Studios

Over at Disney’s Hollywood Studios in Toy Story Land guests will be able to shrink down to the size of toys and eat in Andy’s backyard when Woody’s Lunch Box reopens. Woody’s Lunch Box will be reopening on November 25th. It offers American fare with old fashioned floats and Toy Story-themed foods.

What do you think of these three restaurants that are reopening? Which one is your favorite? What’s your favorite thing to eat at any of the three? Share your thoughts in the comments below!