Even though Walt Disney World has been reopened for two months now with limited capacity, it’s not necessarily any easier to get into some of the resort’s most popular restaurants.
That could potentially change soon, according to Florida Governor Ron DeSantis. The Orlando Sentinel reports that he said Florida restaurants may soon be able to operate at full capacity.
In a new video conference discussion, DeSantis said said he is going to lift capacity restrictions on restaurants soon and prevent any local government from keeping restaurants closed. “They’re not going to be able to be closed by locals anymore, and they’ll be able to operate at the capacity that they’re comfortable with,” he said.
Currently, indoor restaurants may only operate at 50% capacity. As of now, however, no official order has been issued by Gov. DeSantis, though one may come any day.
So, what does this mean for Disney World restaurants? As Gov. DeSantis said, they can operate at a “capacity that they’re comfortable with,” which could be anywhere from their current limited capacity to full capacity. It’ll be up to Disney on how they want to operate.
If the order is lifted and if Disney increases capacity at their restaurants, we’ll let you know, so stay tuned to AllEars.net for updates!
Have you dined indoors at Disney World since it reopened? Let us know in the comments!