Some modifications have been taken to mitigate the possible spread of COVID-19. Overhead temperature screening will be employed at the resort. In addition, seating will be limited, with reservations required.
Dana Berry, the resort’s Director of Public Relations, told the Sentinel: “All of our restaurants are doing limited-capacity seating that maintain social distancing recommendations. Reservations are required because the event is filling more quickly than before.”
The format of the dining will also change. Replacing the traditional buffet are a bakery basket, sliced fruit and choice of entrée with coffee and/or juice.
Characters will parade through the restaurant in resort-exclusive outfits and stop to pose, allowing guests to take pictures. Guests will also take a photo prior to being seated, where characters will be added by “Disney Magic” and delivered via a complimentary photo download.
Guests are required to wear a face mask while entering the restaurant, but will be allowed to remove it to take the photo, as well as once they’re seated.
The price for the breakfast is $48 for adults and $27 for children 12 and younger. Complimentary valet parking is offered via validation by resort staff once inside. To make a reservation, you can call the resort at 407-313-7777.