'Ohana dinner hours extended at Disney's Polynesian Village Resort

Mar 11, 2016 in "'Ohana"

Posted: Friday March 11, 2016 7:58am EST by WDWMAGIC Staff

The operating hours for dinner at 'Ohana in Disney's Polynesian Village Resort will be extended from this weekend.

Beginning March 13 2016, dinner service will begin at 3:30pm instead of 5pm, through to 10pm.

The restaurant also extended its breakfast hours last month.

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righttrackMar 17, 2016

I think for young families and people who want to make it Linner or Dunch, it's going to work out great. That's not a bad hour to eat a meal like that. We always go for the late reservation to watch Wishes from there, and it's a big heavy meal to have at the end of the day.

DfromATXMar 17, 2016

Got my reservations there for Saturday, July 16 at 6:40 (a nice normal dinner time lol). Can't wait! We eat there every trip!

ZipadeeladyMar 17, 2016

No actually you didn't say anything bad about Disney you said something ridiculous.

Horizons1Mar 17, 2016

Oh, I'm sorry. Did I say something bad about Disney?

DVCOwnerMar 17, 2016

I agree with starting dinner and lunch early. I do not understand that I can get breakfast at McDonnell's, a hamburger joint, all day, but I can not get a burger till lunch time.

ZipadeeladyMar 17, 2016

It's a ridiculous comment.

Horizons1Mar 17, 2016


Hockey89Mar 14, 2016

I would need to eat dinner by 8 if I ate at 3:30... Crazy to me

danyoung56Mar 14, 2016

Hey, if McDonald's can serve breakfast all day long, what's to stop other restaurants from serving dinner all day long?

ToTBellHopMar 13, 2016

Sometimes folks come to Disney World from other countries and due to jet-lag, might appreciate meal times that differ from the meal times of those of us currently on Eastern Daylight Time.

ZipadeeladyMar 12, 2016


Horizons1Mar 12, 2016

Why not start dinner at 10am?

EvilQueen-TMar 12, 2016

We take a lot of adult only trips and sometimes I go just with my 12 y/o granddaughter. We're at a point where sometimes we sleep in, eat between 2-4 pm then just grab a snack later at night so extending the hours plays well to people like us.

TuvaluMar 11, 2016

To be safe, yes, although the highest price point is usually reserved for holiday periods (in summer week of July 4th for example.) It will probably be closer to $50 pp.