PHOTOS - A look at the Caribbean Beach Resort's temporary dining options

May 11, 2017 in "Disney's Caribbean Beach Resort"

Old Port Royale closed and temporary dining at Disney's Caribbean Beach Resort

Disney's Caribbean Beach Resort has opened a new temporary dining location to accommodate guests who wish to dine at the resort following the closure of the Old Port Royale area of the resort.

The entrance to the temporary dining area is located next to the main Fuentes del Morro Pool.

All orders are taken at a kiosk, with a Caribbean-style buffet for breakfast and a la carte offerings for lunch and dinner.

Once an order is placed, guests can enter a tent to eat or make selections from the buffet inside.

The breakfast buffet is priced at $13.99 for adults, and $7.99 ages 3-9. It is served from 6:30am to 11:30am.

A la carte Lunch and Dinner offerings include a Bacon Cheeseburger at $12.99, Blackened Mahi-Mahi Fish Tacos at $10.49, BBQ Pork Sliders at $9.99 and Turkey Club Sandwich at $9.99.

Those items are served from a Food Truck parked beside the tent.

If seating inside a tent isn't you thing, there is limited outdoor seating available on the beach.

A merchandise truck also offers various items for sale in place of the the resort's regular gift shop.

Outside of the temporary dining area, the resort has also opened up what it calls "Island Market" in guest room locations throughout the resort.

Martinique: Building 25, Room 2509
Martinique: Building 25, Room 2509
Jamaica: Building 43, Room 4308
Martinique: Building 25, Room 2509
Jamaica: Building 43, Room 4308
Aruba: Building 55, Room 5524

The Island Market rooms are open from 7am to 1pm daily, and offer grab and go foods, including yogurt parfaits, cereal, pastries.

Coca-Cola Freestyle vending machines have also been installed around the resort for use with refillable mugs located in the vending areas on the first floor at:

Martinique: Building 25
Trinidad North: Building 31
Trinidad South: Buildings 34 and 38
Jamaica: Buildings 43 and 46
Aruba: Buildings 52 and 54

It isn't yet clear how long the temporary dining options will be required. The entire Caribbean Beach Resort project is planned to lsat through 2019, although Old Port Royale could be completed ahead of that.

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Article Posted: May 11, 2017 / 6:01am EDT