PHOTOS: Physical Distancing Measures Ended at Outdoor Dining Venues, All Tables Open at Magic Kingdom

In another reduction of physical distancing measures around Walt Disney World Resort, the signs marking tables as unavailable have been removed from outdoor dining areas at the Magic Kingdom. The signs were there to encourage the previous guideline advising guests to remain six feet apart from other parties.


With the guidelines changing, all tables are now available at the outdoor seating areas in the Magic Kingdom. Tables are also not any more distanced than they were pre-pandemic.


The shape of the sticker is still visible on the tables.


The area outside Cosmic Ray’s Starlight Café with all tables available.

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For comparison, the signs and stickers are still present at select tables inside the restaurants, as seen above in Pinocchio Village Haus. At this time, physical distancing is still in place at indoor dining venues.

Walt Disney World has begun to remove physical distancing measures from around the resort, including directing guests to all available seats for shows and removing distancing markers from queues.

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  1. At this point, anyone on the fence about going to the parks soon should just wait. The distancing loosens up basically every week and with Universal dropping mask requirement everywhere, it’s only a matter of time until Disney does the same. Not to mention impending return of fireworks, fastpass (or whatever new version of it there is) etc.

  2. But why does Casey’s and Ice Cream Parlor remain closed. Thats what those tables are for! This move is useless…Open those back up. There is no reason for them to be closed….never was!

          1. But you can do mobile orders at all other quick service places.
            That’s what these both are. And the Main Street Bakery is still
            open along with the Confectionary. They are both as “confined” indoor spaces as they are. There is not a good reason….

            1. Again, the cast members would work in a cramped kitchen where they can’t distance from each other. These are the two smallest prep areas in the park.

  3. Save Splash Mountain!! Expand the park to add a Princess and the Frog attraction. Then Splash Mountain can stay as it is!!

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