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Downtown Disney Reveals Reopening Lineup

July 8, 2020, 12:43 PM · Disneyland's Downtown Disney shopping and dining district reopens to the public tomorrow, and Disney has revealed some additional details about what will be available.

When Downtown Disney reopens at 10am tomorrow, the following locations will be open:

Asian Street Eats by Chef Hung Huynh
Black Tap Craft Burgers & Shakes
California Churro
Curl Surf
Disney Home
Disney's Pin Traders
Earl of Sandwich
Kayla’s Cakes
Marceline's Confectionery
Naples Ristorante e Bar
Pandora Jewelry
Rinse Bath & Body Co.
Salt & Straw
Starbucks West
Sugarboo & Co.
Sunglass Icon
The Disney Dress Shop
The LEGO Store
Uva Bar & Cafe
Wetzel's Pretzels
WonderGround Gallery
World of Disney

That means that these restaurants will not be available:

Ballast Point Brewing Co.
Catal Restaurant
La Brea Bakery Cafe
Napolini Pizzeria
Ralph Brennan's Jazz Kitchen
Splitsville Luxury Lanes
Tortilla Jo's

The district will be open from 10am to 8pm, though individual locations hours may vary. Complying with California regulations, only outdoor, patio dining will be available, with parties seated at least six feet apart.

As for shopping, some stores - including World of Disney - may use a Mobile Wait List to limit the number of guests inside the store at one time. Text messaging will be used to let people know when they can enter.

Visitors to Downtown Disney must undergo a temperature check and wear a mask. Parking will be available only in the Simba lot, but it will be free, at least for the time being. And while Downtown Disney is reopening, there's still no set reopening date for the Disneyland and Disney California Adventure theme parks, as the state of California has not issued its reopening guidance for theme parks in the state.

Replies (4)

July 8, 2020 at 3:18 PM

What happened to The VOID? We know they've been given notice to vacate their premises in Downtown Disney - but Disney had previously invested money in that company. This makes no sense. Are they negotiating with Disney to stay or will they be gone for good? If so, why???

July 8, 2020 at 4:23 PM

As a VR attraction, VOID is closed until further notice. That's all I know.

July 8, 2020 at 8:55 PM

Thanks, Robert. Apparently, VOID breached its license agreement with "Walt Disney Studios Motion Pictures" and has lost all rights to Disney IP. It's hard to imagine what that breach was. I hope they're able to work this out with Disney so they can remain in Downtown Disney.

July 8, 2020 at 9:51 PM

Watch anything Splash Mountain-related vanish in record time.

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