The Disneyland Resort announced this morning that it will reopen the Buena Vista Street land in Disney California Adventure, starting next month.
Technically, Disneyland is calling this an extension of the Downtown Disney shopping and dining district, so there will be no admission charge to enter the park. Keeping with state regulations closing large theme parks until their home county reaches the state's "Yellow" tier for minimal Covid-19 transmission, Buena Vista Street will be open for shopping and dining only. (Not that there are any attractions on Buena Vista Street, with the ongoing closure of the Red Car Trolley due to construction around the upcoming Avengers Campus land.) The rest of the park will remain closed.
Restaurants opening up for service will include Fiddler, Fifer & Practical Cafe, Carthay Circle Lounge and the neighboring Smokejumpers Grill. Trolley Treats also will be open, as will Elias & Co., Julius Katz & Sons, and Kingswell Camera Shop.
Earlier this month, Disneyland opened its Disneyland Resort Backlot Premiere Shop in the park's Stage 17, which is adjacent to Buena Vista Street. While state guidelines are keeping theme parks closed in most California counties, shopping and limited indoor dining are permitted in the Disneyland Resort's home Orange County at this time.
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