Popular Walt Disney World restaurant returns to buffet style
It’s been a very strange few years at Walt Disney World, as it has been across the world due to COVID-19, and some changes that were put in place when the theme parks reopened in 2020 are not now back to normal.
Hollywood & Vine, located at Echo Lake in Disney’s Hollywood Studios, is set to return to offer a full buffet-style experience to guests on August 28. Currently the restaurant offers family style meals.
Hollwood & Vine offers Disney Junior Play n’ Dine Breakfast ($42 per adult plus tax, $27 per child, ages 3-9, plus tax) and Minnie’s Seasonal Dining at Lunch ($55 per adult plus tax, $36 $ per child, 3 to 9 years old). , plus tax) and Dinner ($55 per adult plus tax, $36 per child, 3-9 years old, plus tax) available by reservation. To dine at this restaurant, guests must have a confirmed restaurant reservation for the total number of guests (regardless of age), as well as a valid park reservation and entry to the same park on the same date for each customer aged 3 and over.
Walt Disney World currently offers two types of all-you-can-eat options: Buffet and Family Style. It seems that more and more restaurants are now returning to the pre-pandemic buffet style, including Cape May Café, Boma and Crystal Palace. Hollywood & Vine will join this list starting August 28.
There are still many other restaurants in Walt Disney World, such as Chef Mickey’s, Tusker House, Ohana, and Trail’s End, that still offer their home cooking when they used to offer buffets.
We expect more restaurants to offer full buffet meals in the future and will update you with more details on this as they are announced.
The buffet menu for Hollywood & Vine has yet to be revealed, but check back regularly on the official page as it promises to arrive soon.
In a recent feature article, Walt Disney World All-You-Can-Eat Restaurants: Buffet vs. Family-Style, we explored the pros and cons of both options. Let us know your preference by voting in our poll below.
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