Several Walt Disney World hotels no longer have any operating restaurants as the after-effects of Hurricane Ian are felt

Sep 29, 2022 in "Severe Weather impacts to Walt Disney World"

Posted: Thursday September 29, 2022 12:38pm ET by WDWMAGIC Staff

In the latest operational update from Walt Disney World, several hotels no longer have any operating restaurants.

All restaurants are currently closed at Disney's Grand Floridian Resort, Disney's Port Orleans Riverside, and Disney's Port Orleans French Quarter.

It isn't clear if the impacted resorts have no staff able to get to the resort or if food supplies have been exhausted.

Here is the full run down of each resort and the operating status of the restaurants. (Updated September 29, 2022 at 1:30 PM)

Disney’s All Star Movies Resort

Open

World Premiere Food Court

Closed

Silver Screen Spirits Pool Bar

Disney’s All Star Music Resort

Open

Intermission Food Court

Closed

Singing Spirits Pool Bar

Disney’s All Star Sports Resort

Open

End Zone Food Court

Closed

Grandstand Spirits Pool Bar

Disney’s Art of Animation Resort

Open

Landscape of Flavors

Closed

The Drop Off Pool Bar

Disney’s Animal Kingdom Lodge, Disney’s Animal Kingdom Villas – Jambo House, Disney’s Animal Kingdom Villas – Kidani Village

Open

The Mara
Boma – Flavors of Africa
Sanaa
Sanaa Lounge
Kilimanjaro Club Level
Victoria Falls Lounge
Zuwadi Traders (Jambo House)
Jahari Treasures (Kidani Village)
Club Level – available for Club Level Guests

Closed

Jiko - The Cooking Place
Cape Town Lounge and Wine Bar
Uzima Springs Pool Bar
Maji Pool Bar

Disney’s BoardWalk Inn and Disney’s BoardWalk Villas

Open

Belle Vue Lounge
Club Level – available for Club Level Guests
Convention Center Buffet

Closed

Trattoria al Forno
Flying Fish
AbracadaBar
Pizza Window
BoardWalk Ice Cream
BoardWalk Deli
Leaping Horse Libations
Big River Grill & Brewing Works
BoardWalk Joe’s Marvelous Margaritas
The To-Go Cart
The Funnel Cake Cart

Disney’s Caribbean Beach Resort

Open

Centertown Market
Banana Cabana

Closed

Sebastian’s Bistro
Spyglass Grill

Disney’s Contemporary Resort and Bay Lake Tower at Disney’s Contemporary Resort

Open

Contempo Cafe
Chef Mickey’s
Outer Rim
Cove Bar
Steakhouse 71
Steakhouse 71 Lounge
Club Level – available for Club Level guests

Closed

California Grill
The Sand Bar
Spyglass Grill
Contemporary Grounds

Disney’s Coronado Springs Resort

Open

Toledo – Tapas, Steak & Seafood – Buffet offering
Barcelona Lounge
El Mercado de Coronado
Rix Sports Bar & Grill
Chronos Club Level – available for Club level guests

Closed

Three Bridges Bar & Grill
Dahlia Lounge
Café Rix
Siestas Cantina
Laguna Bar
Maya Grill

Disney’s Grand Floridian Resort & Spa, The Villas at Disney’s Grand Floridian Resort & Spa

Closed

Gaspirilla Island Grill
Beaches Pool Bar & Grill
Enchanted Rose
Grand Floridian Café
1900 Park Fare
Victoria & Albert’s
Narcoossee’s
Courtyard Pool Bar
Garden View Tea Room
Citricos
Citricos Lounge
Private Dining
Disney’s Old Key West Resort

Open

Olivia’s Cafe
Good’s Food To Go

Closed

Gurgling Suitcase Libations & Spirits
Turtle Shack Poolside Snacks

Disney’s Polynesian Village Resort, Disney’s Polynesian Villas & Bungalows

Open

Capt. Cook’s
Kona Island
Tambu Lounge
Lobby Bar
Club Lounge – grab n’ go items available for Club Level guests

Closed

Trader Sam’s Tiki Terrace and Trader Sam’s Grotto
Kona Café
‘Ohana
Pineapple Lanai
Barefoot Pool Bar
Oasis Bar & Grill

Disney’s Pop Century Resort

Open

Everything POP Shopping & Dining

Closed

Petals Pool Bar

Disney’s Port Orleans Resort – French Quarter

Closed

Sassagoula Floatworks & Food Factory
Scat Cat’s Club - Cafe
Scat Cat’s Club - Lounge
Mardi Grogs

Disney’s Port Orleans Resort – Riverside

Closed

Riverside Mill Food Court
Muddy Rivers
River Roost
Boatwright’s Dining Hall
River Roost

Disney’s Riviera Resort

Open

Primo Piatto
La Petit Cafe
Closed
Topolino’s Terrace – Flavors of the Riviera
Bar Riva

Disney’s Saratoga Springs Resort & Spa

Open

The Artist’s Palette

Closed

The Turf Club Bar & Grill
The Turf Club Lounge
The Paddock Grill
On the Rocks
Backstretch Pool Bar
Chip n’ Dale’s Cafe

Disney’s Wilderness Lodge Resort, Boulder Ridge at Disney’s Wilderness Lodge Resort

Open

Roaring Fork
Whispering Canyon Cafe
Territory Lounge
Boulder Ridge
Club Lounge – available for Club Level guests

Closed

Storybook Dining at Artist Point
Geyser Point Bar & Grill

Disney’s Yacht Club Resort, Disney’s Beach Club Resort

Open

Ale & Compass Restaurant
Ale & Compass Lounge
Beach Club Marketplace
Cape May Café
The Market at Ale & Compass
Martha’s Vineyard
Yachtsman Steakhouse
Club Level Lounges – available for Club Level guests

Closed

Crew’s Cup Lounge
Hurricane Hanna’s Waterside Bar & Grill
Beaches & Cream Soda Shop

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donsullivanOct 15, 2022

One more step towards recovery. They are finally reopening after the flooding from Ian.

donsullivanOct 14, 2022

A little update that the flooding behind the Magic Kingdom has finally dissipated and Reams Road has now re-opened. The impact of these storms last much longer than the national news coverage. Bay Court is the entrance road for the residential community in the city of Bay Lake to the east of the North Service Area. Floridian Place runs along the west side of the CM parking lot.

JoeCamelOct 13, 2022

Hero's all, they come from all over leaving their families behind to help people they don't know in terrible conditions because they know if the situation was reversed locals would be at their door asking to help.. The cooperation agreements and planning for major disruptions is amazing to see. Thank you from me to them

Vegas Disney FanOct 12, 2022

It’s amazing how quickly we can do things when the will is there, the news was saying it would take months to restore the bridge, they managed it in just over a week. It’s also encouraging to see how good people really are, we usually highlight the bad people so it’s easy to forget the majority truly are good people.

drizgirlOct 12, 2022

Truly heartwarming. I'm tearing up.

drizgirlOct 12, 2022

That's amazing. The cavalry has arrived. 😍

dryerlintfanOct 12, 2022

https://m.facebook.com/story.php?story_fbid=pfbid0S9XoNHGw9veKtXer5tAEtdpzPevBw1wLk9HZ781Tde5FXsdHwfHguQPMfAtonFXWl&id=1522890978 Not sure if FB videos work here but this was really moving ❤️ One by one they go, restoring power and hope.

dryerlintfanOct 12, 2022

The bridge to Sanibel Island yesterday morning ❤️

SoFloMagicOct 07, 2022

Too busy fighting the largest private employer in the state during special sessions of legislature instead of using those special sessions for insurance reform as previously announced.

John park hopperOct 06, 2022

I posted this before after hurricane Hugo we were inundated with supposed roofers and contractors that did shoddy work and then left the state. Th homeowner was left holding the bag not getting what they paid for.. Beware and know who you are hiring to do the work and never ever pay up front.

LilofanOct 05, 2022

Your example of $20K check from the insurance company is reality. Then enter the crooked money hungry roofers who prey on the desperate homeowners. To get the roof done it won't cost $20K but $30K. Dont like it? Then hope that blue tarp that covers the open gaps of the damaged roof doesn't leak water into the house in future rain storms.

Vegas Disney FanOct 05, 2022

I don’t know the specifics but why aren’t they mirroring the regulations of the other 49 states that aren’t resulting in 80% of lawsuits? The articles I’m reading say Florida accounts for 9% of policies but 79% of lawsuits, and the insurance companies spend billions every year fighting those lawsuits so they lose even if they win. Mirroring the regulations of the other states that aren’t bankrupting insurers seems a good place to start.

dryerlintfanOct 05, 2022

How do you propose they fix it? Right now in PG and FMB and Naples you have hundreds of people with damage to their property. Before Ian hit the area already had labor and material shortages for construction and new builds took years. So there's a huge influx of help coming from arround the country. General contractors, electricians, plumbers, and crooks. You have a ton of desperate home owners who want to get their homes restored, and a ton of strangers in the area who SAY they are legitimate construction workers. There's no way to really check references, no way to ask your neighbor if they're any good, and if they screw up they can't be contacted again because they aren't from the area. So the homeowner gets a check for $20k from insurance for a new roof, let's say, and they get a new roof from a perfectly legitimate looking company that charitably came all the way from Texas to help the area recover. But they do such crappy work that the insurance company, upon inspection, will not reinsure the home unless the roof is replaced again, but now the homeowner has no money. They can't get the money back because that company ghosted them and their contact information now goes nowhere. At least this is the scenario I'm hearing is playing out again and again. We plan on waiting before replacing our pool cage until the company that put it up can replace it. So we'll spend this winter with the alligators and snakes and noseeums 😭😭 but it sure beats being swindled.

dryerlintfanOct 05, 2022

Well now that it's allowed it's no fun 😂