Guests can now make dining reservations for Walt Disney World restaurants up to 60 days in advance.
Kona Cafe at Disney's Polynesian Village Resort
On June 30, Disney opened Advance Dining Reservations for all upcoming guests who had previous ADRs cancelled due to the COVID-19 operational adjustments. Now, remanining dining reservations are available to all guests looking to visit Walt Disney World in the coming months.
All ADRs are now bookable just 60 days in advance. This is a significant reduction from the 180-day ADR window previously enforced prior to the coronavirus shut down of Disney's Florida operations.
Dining at theme park restaurants requires guests to have valid admission tickets and park entry reserved via the Disney Park Pass system. Securing a dining reservation alone does not guarantee entrance to the park.
To make dining reservations, visit the MyDisneyExperience.com website.