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Disneyland Unveils the Full List of Downtown Disney Shops and Restaurants Reopening

Disneyland Unveils the Full List of Downtown Disney Shops and Restaurants Reopening

  • Here is the full list of Downtown Disney shops and restaurants reopening on Thursday, July 9.
Disneyland Unveils the Full List of Downtown Disney Shops and Restaurants Reopening

Downtown Disney is reopening Thursday, July 9, and marks the first phase of reopening at the Disneyland resort. Disneyland has revealed which shops and restaurants will reopen at Downtown Disney.

Here are the businesses that plan to reopen on Thursday:

Food and Beverage

  • Asian Street Eats
  • Black Tap Craft Burgers & Shakes
  • California Churro
  • Earl of Sandwich
  • Jamba
  • Kayla’s Cakes
  • Marceline’s Confectionery
  • Naples Ristorante e Bar
  • Salt & Straw
  • Starbucks
  • Starbucks West
  • Uva Bar & Cafe
  • Wetzel’s Pretzels
  • Wetzel’s Diggity Dog

Retail shops

  • Curl Surf
  • Disney Dress Shop
  • Disney Home
  • Disney’s Pin Traders
  • Lego Store
  • Pandora Jewelry
  • Rinse Bath & Body Co.
  • Sephora
  • Sugarboo & Co.
  • Sunglass Icon
  • WonderGround Gallery
  • World of Disney

Ballast Point Brewing Co., Ralph Brennan’s Jazz Kitchen, Splitsville Luxury Lanes, Sprinkles, and The Void virtual reality experience will not be reopening as of right now.

Disneyland resort’s flagship World of Disney store along with the company-operated Disney Dress Shop, Disney Home and Marceline’s Confectionery locations will be reopening as the shopping district reopens.

The current guidelines allow outdoor dining but indoor dining is prohibited. Starbucks and Wetzel’s Pretzels will take on a takeout approach. Downtown Disney has added additional patio seating as Naples Ristorante and Black Tap Craft Burgers and Shakes, have outdoor dining areas.

Locations including World of Disney and Marceline’s Confectionery will use a mobile waitlist to organize queues and limit how many shoppers are in the store. Shoppers on the waitlist will get a notification on their smartphone once it’s their turn.

Downtown Disney and Disneyland parks have been closed since mid-March due to the COVID-19 pandemic. Disneyland had previously submitted a proposal to reopen on July 17 but push back online and the state deciding it won’t make decisions on theme parks yet have caused the park reopening to remain in limbo.

While the California resort is slowly trying to get on track, Disney Springs, Walt Disney World’s dining and shopping district, reopened in May with the parks reopening on July 10. Previews for Walt Disney World operations have shown glass on queue lines and extensive cleaning of ride vehicles after use.

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