NEWS! Disney World Dining Reservations Are Now Available for ALL Guests

Last month, dining reservations at Disney World were made available for select guests who had had their previous reservations cancelled in May.

Be Our Guest Restaurant

Starting today, all guests are able to make new dining reservations at Walt Disney World!

You can now make new dining reservations through the Walt Disney World website, along with My Disney Experience or by phone. The Disney World website has been updated with the following message, confirming that all guests will be able to start making dining reservations at this time.


You are currently able to making dining reservations up to 60 days in advance, which is a change from Disney’s previous 180 days for advanced dining reservations.

Olivia’s Cafe at Old Key West Resort

For in-park dining, both a Disney Park Pass reservation and valid park admission will be required. For Resort hotel dining, guests without an overnight reservation will still be required to have a confirmed dining reservation.


Along with the availability of reservations, Disney also made a few changes to their list of available restaurants. Additionally, Oga’s Cantina now lists a note that “the experience will be modified”.


We will continue to keep you updated with more from the reopening of Disney World!

Did you try booking Walt Disney World dining this morning? Let us know about your experience in the comments below!

Click here for a full list of restaurants reopening with Disney World!

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2 Replies to “NEWS! Disney World Dining Reservations Are Now Available for ALL Guests”

  1. Any news about visiting another resort to eat at one of their quick service dining areas? Also, are we able to visit Fort Wilderness to see the new horse barn and do other activities such as archery?

  2. Was looking to seeing how the availability on some in park dining would be with dining reservations now also needing to have a matching theme park reservation for the same day as the dining reservation day as well. Surprised at the amount of some reservations available in formerly tough spots like Le Cellier and BOG. Oga’s Cantina went super fast. Could this be due to Disney putting in VERY limited availability in the bar with the Florida 50% regs?