PHOTOS: 1900 Park Fare Being Used as Overflow Seating for Grand Floridian Cafe at Disney’s Grand Floridian Resort & Spa
Though 1900 Park Fare remains closed at Disney’s Grand Floridian Resort & Spa, guests may still be able to dine inside. It is now being used as overflow seating for the Grand Floridian Cafe, which is open.
Grand Floridian Cafe is operating the same as other open Walt Disney World restaurants, with strict social distancing in place and masks required except when seated. There’s a plastic divider at the podium.
One of the entrance doors to 1900 Park Fare was propped open today, though the nearby menu board remains empty.
The entrance room was free to walk into.
A divider has been installed on the check-in counter, though it is not currently in use.
A beautiful new Cinderella Castle cake is available to view in here. The color scheme even matches the real castle’s new paint job.
A sign by the door lets guests know that 1900 Park Fare is reserved for Grand Floridian Cafe guests.
Benches are open, though there are signs reminding guests to socially distance.
We took a peek inside 1900 Park Fare, where not many people were dining.
It seems if you arrive during the brunch rush, you may be seated in this otherwise closed restaurant.
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