Everyone’s Asking About These 5 Disney World Restaurants That Are Mysteriously Missing

Almost all Disney World restaurants have reopened since the closures in 2020, but there are a few that are still mysteriously missing.

Disney World entrance

Everyone is wondering what has happened to these 5 Disney World restaurants. Keep reading to find out which ones!

1900 Park Fare

First up, we have 1900 Park Fare located at Disney’s Grand Floridian Resort & Spa. This hasn’t reopened since the 2020 closures.

Previously, this was a character dining buffet meal and home of the famous Strawberry Soup. At the Supercalifragilistic Breakfast, you could meet Mary Poppins, Alice in Wonderland, The Mad Hatter, Tigger, and Winnie the Pooh.

Breakfast Buffet at 1900 Park Fare

In the evenings, you could enjoy Cinderella’s Happily Ever After Dinner, with character appearances from Cinderella and Prince Charming, of course, and often Fairy Godmother and Cinderella’s stepsisters.

Restaurant Marrakesh

Next, we have Restaurant Marrakesh, which offered Moroccan dishes like roast lamb and shish kebab — and entertainment including belly dancers.

Restaurant Marrakesh

Disney says this restaurant remains temporarily closed as part of the resort’s phased reopening. However, the space is currently being used as the Florida Blue Medicare lounge, so it does not appear that we’ll be seeing it re-open as Restaurant Marrakesh any time soon.


The Garden View Tearoom

Number three on our list takes us back to the Grand Floridian and The Garden View Tearoom. This was one place guests could indulge and participate in tea time! There’s been no news on a reopening date.

Tea Time at the Garden View Lounge

We miss being able to live like a Bridgerton for an afternoon, eating light snacks, sipping tea and of course spilling tea.

Classic Scones from Garden View Tea Room 2020

Aunt Polly’s Dockside Inn

Now we’re off to Aunt Polly’s Dockside Inn at the Magic Kingdom. Typically this quick-service dining option is seasonal, opening only during peak times.

It’s Aunt Polly’s!

But Aunt Polly’s hasn’t been open for the past three years now at this point, and Disney hasn’t said anything about when — or if — it will return.

We miss the Peanut Butter and Raspberry Sandwich!

Tomorrowland Terrace

Last on our list is the Tomorrowland Terrace also found in the Magic Kingdom. Other than being used for the fireworks dessert parties, this location has also been closed for the past three years.

Firework Dessert Parties

Just like Aunt Polly’s, Tomorrowland Terrace was generally only open during Disney World’s busiest days. The menu consisted of typical cheeseburgers and fries. Disney says that quick service at Tomorrowland Terrace is “temporarily unavailable.”

Look at that view!

We know you miss these dining locations because we do too. Here’s hoping some updated announcements will be made soon!

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