Oga’s Cantina in Star Wars: Galaxy’s Edge Added to Walt Disney World Reopening List

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Good news, Oga’s Cantina, which was previously removed from the reopening restaurant list, has now been added again.

Reservations are now being taken for when Disney’s Hollywood Studios reopens on July 15th, however, it’s currently just for “eligible guests with Dining Reservations Cancelled During the Closure.”

Here are the guidelines from Walt Disney World:

Eligible Guests with Dining Reservations Cancelled During the Closure
Guests who had an active dining or experience reservation between May 28 and September 2, 2020 that was cancelled due to the temporary closure of Walt Disney World Resort may—beginning on June 30make a new reservation online up to 60 days in advance. Eligible Guests who are unable to make a reservation online may call (407) 939-6690 or (800) 800-9800 for Disney Vacation Club Members.

Eligible Guests can make reservations for available experiences by calling (407) 939-6690, or (800) 800-9800 for Disney Vacation Club Members, beginning on June 30.

Dining reservations for Walt Disney World Resort hotel and theme park locations available during initial reopening may only be booked online during this time. Reservations will not be available through the My Disney Experience app during this advance window. Discover which dining locations and experiences will be available during initial reopening.

It’s not clear yet how or if the opening will be impacted by the alcohol mandates for bars currently in Florida. But given they also serve food too, and they have re-added it to the reopening list, it’s probably fine.

If you haven’t been to Oga’s Cantina it’s definitely worth the visit!

Reservations are required, but it really is a visually exciting place. Keep in mind seating is limited, so you may have to be at standing tables, but it’s a lot of fun.  The kids really liked it too.

What do you think? Comment and let us know!

Source: Hat Tip to WDWNT for finding it and Walt Disney World  



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