PHOTOS: Restaurants Shuttered at Downtown Disney District Due to California COVID-19 Stay-at-Home Order, Select Locations Remain Open Strictly for Take-Out

With ICU capacity dipping below 15% in Southern California, a stay-at-home order is now in place across Orange County and Anaheim. With this new order, all dining must revert back to take-out and delivery. As of today, Disneyland Resort has now closed all restaurants at both Downtown Disney District and its recently-opened Buena Vista Street expansion.

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A sign at the entrance of Downtown Disney District reminds guests that eating and drinking is prohibited on Disneyland Resort property. Do note that the $10 parking fee still applies despite the various closures.

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With most restaurants temporarily closing, 350 Cast Members have returned to furlough because of this reduction.

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Some Downtown Disney District restaurants can still fulfill carry-out orders, but they cannot be consumed on-property. Marceline’s Confectionery and Wetzel’s Pretzels were both open for carry-out.

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If you get ice cream from Salt & Straw, you’ll need to exit Disneyland Resort property and hope it doesn’t melt!

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Despite previously set-up outdoor seating, many restaurants have now closed, including Catal, Splitsville Luxury Lanes, Ralph Brennan’s Jazz Kitchen, and Tortilla Jo’s.

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Snack and beverage kiosks are open, but guests must still leave before eating and drinking.

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Both Starbucks locations at Downtown Disney District, as well as Fiddler, Fifer & Practical Cafe at Buena Vista Street are now closed.

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At this time, retail remains open at 20% capacity or lower instead of 25%, as per the new guidelines. It was also announced that Disney’s Grand Californian Hotel & Spa would not be reopening as planned this weekend due to the order.

Downtown Disney and Buena Vista Street will continue to operate daily from 9:00 AM to 9:00 PM with some exceptions.