California Governor Shuts Down all Bars, Restaurants and More

California Governor Shuts Down all Bars, Restaurants and More

Due to the rise in COVID-19 cases in California, the California Governor has shut down indoor operations at bars, restaurants, and other businesses. Bars are the only business that must close all operations.

Counties in California that have been on the County Monitoring List for 3 days or more are required to move certain operations outdoors or close completely.

The following business are impacted by this decision:

  • Restaurants
  • Wineries & Tasting Rooms
  • Movie Theaters
  • Family Entertainment Centers
  • Zoos and Museums
  • Cardrooms
  • Bars (must close all operations)

The Office of the Governor of California posted on Twitter today:

#COVID19 cases are spreading at alarming rates in some CA counties.

Effective immediately, @CAPublicHealth is requiring counties that have been on the County Monitoring List for at least 3 days to move certain sectors outdoors or close.

— Office of the Governor of California (@CAgovernor) July 1, 2020

This will mean businesses in the Downtown Disney District will need to move operations outdoors or remain closed. No official statement from Disney has been released regarding this change.


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NEWS! Disney World Just Changed A LOT Of Menus, and We’ve Got The DETAILS!

Disney World’s theme parks are gearing up to reopen next month, and to prepare several Disney World resort hotels are getting ready to welcome back guests starting next week!

NEWS! Disney World Just Changed A LOT Of Menus, and We’ve Got The DETAILS!

Walt Disney World

But if you’re looking forward to enjoying one of your favorite meals at one of these Disney World restaurants, you might be out of luck!

Just like we saw right before several restaurants reopened in Disney Springs, menus are getting slashed left and right! We’ve seen lots of starters, appetizers, soups, salads, entrees, desserts, and kids’ menu selections fly out the window today! But don’t worry — it’s not all bad news! Several restaurants have added a bunch of new boozy drinks! Let’s find out if your favorite menu items have survived the chopping block.

Disney’s Yacht and Beach Club Resort

Beaches & Cream

One of our favorite spots to eat at Disney World is Beaches & Cream! So far, they’ve cut the Beaches & Cream Salad, Patty Melt, Turkey and Applewood-smoked Bacon Sandwich, and Salmon Sandwich with Bacon Aioli from the menu.

NEWS! Disney World Just Changed A LOT Of Menus, and We’ve Got The DETAILS!

No Way Jose Sundae

They’ve also erased their Plant-based Bowl of Chili, Chicken Noodle Soup, and dessert offerings including Apple À la Mode and Beaches Chocolate Cake! Never fret, though! You’ll still be able to get your Kitchen Sinks and No Way José Sundaes! They’ve re-emerged unscathed!

Disney’s Animal Kingdom Lodge


We love dining at Sanaa where you can watch exotic animals grazing while you eat (or are THEY watching US eat?!). Either way, you won’t find Shrimp Tinashe Sauté, Boerewors and Spiced Eggs, Lamb Kefta Skewers, Shrimp Over Harvest Salad, Boerewors Braai Grilled South African Sausage, Kenya Coffee Barbecue Sandwich, or Seasonal Sustainable Fish on the lunch menu any longer!

NEWS! Disney World Just Changed A LOT Of Menus, and We’ve Got The DETAILS!

Animal Kingdom Lodge

For dinnertime, the Artisanal Cheese Selection, Berbere-braised Lamb Shank and Traditional Sosatie Braai Lamb with Apricots, South African Braaivleis Fire-grilled Meats with Traditional Accompaniments, and Mozambique Chicken Roast Piri Piri Half Chicken have been taken off the menu. Desserts offerings that are no longer available include the Caramel N’dizi Banana Financier, Spice Trade Candy Bar, and Chakalaka Poached Pear with Frangipane.

NEWS! Disney World Just Changed A LOT Of Menus, and We’ve Got The DETAILS!

Spice Trade Candy Bar

For kids’ entrees, Chicken Breast is no longer offered, nor are sides including Roasted Potatoes, Green Beans, Quinoa Pilaf, and the African Shield Dessert.

Disney’s Wilderness Lodge

Whispering Canyon Cafe

Over at Disney’s Wilderness Lodge, Whispering Canyon Cafe has also reduced its menu. House-smoked Salmon Frittata, Benedicts Traditional, Vegetable Two-Poached Eggs served atop House-made Buttermilk-Cheddar Biscuits, Flapjacks Bourbon-Maple Syrup, and Stone-ground Cheese Grits have been sliced off the breakfast options.

NEWS! Disney World Just Changed A LOT Of Menus, and We’ve Got The DETAILS!

Whispering Canyon

House-made Cornbread with Honey-Butter, Grilled Chicken Sandwich, Smoked Beef and Vegetable Soup, and Seasonal Fruit Cobbler has also been taken off. Bourbon Cowboy, a mixed drink, has also been removed.

NEWS! Disney World Just Changed A LOT Of Menus, and We’ve Got The DETAILS!

Whispering Canyon Cafe Corn Bread and Honey Butter

The kid’s entree Fish of the Day has been replaced with a Chicken Breast while sides of Broccoli, Rice Pilaf, Mashed Potatoes, and Farro Fruit Salad are no longer available.

Roaring Fork

Roaring Fork has added a bunch of beers to their menu!

NEWS! Disney World Just Changed A LOT Of Menus, and We’ve Got The DETAILS!

Roaring Fork

You’ll now find Angry Orchard Crisp Apple Hard Cider, Corona Extra Lager, Heineken, Blue Moon Belgian White Ale, Yuengling Traditional Lager, Bud Light, Budweiser, Coors Light, and Miller Lite in their grab ‘n’ go refrigerated cases!

Disney’s Contemporary Resort

The Wave…of American Flavors

The Wave…of American Flavors will not be serving its Breakfast Buffet, and they’ve also removed their Glazed Donut French Toast and Egg White Frittata breakfast menu offerings. Meanwhile, they’ve added a Seasonal Fruit Plate for $9, Continental Breakfast for $10, and Oatmeal for $7. The Egg White Omelet from the kids’ menu has also been removed.

NEWS! Disney World Just Changed A LOT Of Menus, and We’ve Got The DETAILS!

The Wave…of American Flavors Entrance

For their lunch menu, the Prince Edward Island Mussels, Rock Shrimp Taco, Tikka Masala, Dashi Noodle Bowl, Pappardelle Pasta, French Dip Sandwich, and Sweet Temptations The Wave Cheese Board have been cut while the kids’ menu Grilled Cheese and Grilled Steak Kabob options have been taken off.

NEWS! Disney World Just Changed A LOT Of Menus, and We’ve Got The DETAILS!

No Longer Serving Their Breakfast Buffet

The Wave’s Seasonal Dessert Flight which included Pineapple Cheesecake, Strawberry Mousse Cake, Florida Key Lime Tart have also been taken away along with the No Sugar-Added Dessert and Trio of Sorbet.

Contempo Cafe

At the Contempo Cafe, they’re stocking the bar with new beers including Stella Artois Lager, Samuel Adams Boston Lager, Angry Orchard Crisp Apple Hard Cider, Blue Point Toasted Lager, Cigar City Florida Cracker Hefeweizen, Samuel Adams Seasonal Beer, Blue Moon Belgian White Ale, Yuengling Traditional Lager, and Budweiser.

NEWS! Disney World Just Changed A LOT Of Menus, and We’ve Got The DETAILS!

Kitchen and Pick Up Area at The Contempo Cafe

For wine offerings, they’ve added Parducci Pinot Grigio, Copa Pinot Grigio, and other canned alcoholic beverages including Cutwater Gin & Tonic, Cutwater Rum & Ginger, and Jose Cuervo Classic Lime Margarita.

Disney’s Grand Floridian Resort

Grand Floridian Cafe

Grand Floridian Cafe is a great place to hit up on your way to Magic Kingdom, but you won’t find their Bacon and Egg Salad Cobb Salad, Smoked Salmon, Spicy Chorizo Benedict, Lobster Benedict, or Benedict Flight on their breakfast menu when they reopen.

NEWS! Disney World Just Changed A LOT Of Menus, and We’ve Got The DETAILS!

Benedict Flight is No Longer Available

They’ve also taken away their Traditional Reuben Sandwich, Seasonal Soup, French Onion Soup, Artisan Cheese Selection, House-breaded Fried Mozzarella, House-made Turkey Meatloaf Shrimp and Grits, Cast Iron-seared Pork Chop, Sirloin Steak and Scallops, and The Cafe Sandwich.

NEWS! Disney World Just Changed A LOT Of Menus, and We’ve Got The DETAILS!

Grand Floridian Cafe Dining Room

Enhancements such as their Shrimp Skewer and Scallop Skewer are not available while they’ve also removed their Chocolate Fondue, Apple Crisp, and Raspberry Sorbet from the dessert menu.

NEWS! Disney World Just Changed A LOT Of Menus, and We’ve Got The DETAILS!

New York Strip Steak

Kids’ appetizers including Chicken Noodle Soup and Cucumbers and Tomatoes Served with Ranch Dressing have been cut while kids’ create-your-own entrées Shrimp Skewer and Spaghetti with Turkey Meatballs options have also been taken away.

Gasparilla Grill

Gasparilla Grill has been given a boozy upgrade! You’ll now find a selection of alcoholic beverages including Cut Water Bloody Mary, Lime Margarita, Kahlúa Mudslide, Beer Schöfferhofer Pink Grapefruit Hefeweizen, Bud Light Lime, Ciderboys Grand Mimosa Apple Orange Hard Cider, Angry Orchard Crisp Apple Hard Cider, Cigar City Jai Alai IPA, Kona Big Wave Golden Ale, Oskar Blues Dale’s Pale Ale, Redbridge Lager, Budweiser, Coors Light, and Miller Lite.

NEWS! Disney World Just Changed A LOT Of Menus, and We’ve Got The DETAILS!

Gasparilla Grill

Wine by the bottle selections now includes Drouhin Pinot Noir,  Bellafina Moscato, Milbrandt Cabernet Sauvignon, KRIS Pinot Grigio, and Grayson Chardonnay while by the glass servings of Drouhin Pinot Noir, Francois Montand Brut Sparkling Wine, Milbrandt Cabernet Sauvignon, Bellafina Moscato, KRIS Pinot Grigio, Grayson Chardonnay, and Copa White Zinfandel are now offered.

Disney’s Polynesian Village Resort

Captain Cook’s

Captain Cook’s will have a bevy of new beverages including Heineken, Bud Light Lime, Michelob Ultra, Bud Light, and Budweiser.

NEWS! Disney World Just Changed A LOT Of Menus, and We’ve Got The DETAILS!

Captain Cook’s

Wine offerings now include Natura Chardonnay, Copa Cabernet Sauvignon, Copa Chardonnay, Copa Pinot Grigio, Woodbridge Cabernet Sauvignon, Woodbridge Chardonnay, and Woodbridge Pinot Grigio.

Kona Cafe

Onto Kona Cafe, a bunch of menu items got the ax. For breakfast, the Lighter Fare Tropical Fruit Plate, Spice-rubbed Salmon Plate, Polynesian Egg Platter, Seven Seas Samoan Poached Eggs, and Turkey Hash Loco Moco Traditional Island Brunch have been cut. However, the plant-based Loco Moco option is still available. The Ham and Cheese Omelet, and French Toast Topped with Caramel-Banana Sauce have also been given their walking papers, but don’t worry — you can still get Tonga Toast!

NEWS! Disney World Just Changed A LOT Of Menus, and We’ve Got The DETAILS!

Kona Cafe

As for lunch and dinner offerings, the Shrimp Tempura, Hamachi-Tuna Roll, Dragon Roll, Polly Lolly Roll, Shrimp Fire Cracker Roll, and several Samplers have been removed. The Seafood Pu Pu Platter, Polynesian Tuna Niçoise, Duck Fried Rice with Leg Confit, Big Kahuna Burger, Hawaiian-style Reuben, Char Siu Duck Ramen, and Beef Pho have also been dispatched too. On the kids’ menu, the Pasta with Marinara selection has been taken away.

Disney’s Coronado Springs Resort

Rix Sports Bar & Grill

Heading over to Rix Sports Bar & Grill, the Rix Reuben, Short Rib Chili, Ceasar Salad, Wedge Salad, Ale-battered Fish & Chips, Florida Grouper Sandwich, Turkey Burger, Bacon Cheeseburger, Black & Blue Burger, BBQ Ranch Burger, and Queso Fundido Burger have been removed from the menu.

NEWS! Disney World Just Changed A LOT Of Menus, and We’ve Got The DETAILS!

Rix Rueben

We had just stopped by to try the new Rix Rueben, so we hope it doesn’t stay away too long since it was very yummy!

Disney’s Old Key West Resort

Olivia’s Cafe

Meanwhile, a bunch of items have been taken off Olivia Cafe’s breakfast menu including their Hash and Two Eggs-Any Style, Sombrero Beach Omelet, Crab Cake-Eggs Benedict, Monroe Egg White Omelet, and Key West Hash Tamari-marinated Tofu as well as a number of side items such as Olivia’s Famous Grits and Biscuits and Sausage Gravy.

NEWS! Disney World Just Changed A LOT Of Menus, and We’ve Got The DETAILS!

Olivia’s Cafe Entrance

For dinner, they’ve removed the Tomato Mozzarella Salad and added a new Beets and Citrus Salad for $11 which includes Sangria-poached Beets, Avocado Purée, Orange Segments, Sunflower Seeds, Arugula, and a White Balsamic Vinaigrette.

NEWS! Disney World Just Changed A LOT Of Menus, and We’ve Got The DETAILS!

Olivia’s Cafe

Olivia’s has taken their Mascarpone Cheesecake and Mile Marker Zero (No Sugar Added) Tropical Panna Cotta off of their dessert menu. For their kids’ create-your-Own entrées, Spaghetti Squash and Turkey Meatballs, Chickpea Slider, and Seasonal Grilled Fish meal options have been cut and side offerings including Broccolini, Mashed Potatoes and Gravy, No Sugar-Added Sorbet With House-made Gummies, and Ice Cream Sundaes have been taken away.

Disney’s Saratoga Springs Resort

Artist’s Palette

Our last stop brings us to Artist’s Palette where you’ll find a new vast array of alcoholic beverages. You’ll find canned Kahlúa Mudslide, Blue Marble Bloody Mary, Truly Wild Berry Hard Seltzer, Beer Schöfferhofer Pink Grapefruit Hefeweizen, New Belgium Fat Tire Amber Ale, Cigar City Jai Alai IPA, Concrete Beach Havana Lager, Goose Island IPA, M.I.A. Brewing Tourist Trappe Belgian Tripel, Strongbow Hard Cider, Coors Light, and Miller Lite.

NEWS! Disney World Just Changed A LOT Of Menus, and We’ve Got The DETAILS!

Artist’s Palette

For wine by the bottle, there’s Moet and Chandon Imperial Sparkling Wine, Banfi Rosa Regale Sparkling Wine, Rainstorm Pinot Noir, Drouhin Pinot Noir, Black Pearl Cabernet Sauvignon-Shiraz, Chateau Ste. Michelle Riesling, Sokol Blosser Evolution Lucky No. 9 White Blend, Fess Parker Chardonnay, and Parker Station Pinot Noir.

NEWS! Disney World Just Changed A LOT Of Menus, and We’ve Got The DETAILS!

Artist’s Palette

But wait, there’s more! Martini and Rossi Asti Sparkling Wine, Coppo Moncalvino Moscato, Kenwood White Zinfandel, Island Grove Blueberry Moscato, Rosemount Estate Chardonnay, Sartori di Verona Pinot Grigio, Columbia Crest Two Vines Merlot, Banfi Chianti Superiore, Once Upon a Vine Big Bad Red, Hogue Cabernet Sauvignon, Copa Moscato, Copa Pinot Grigio, and Stella Rosa Pink are also on the menu.

It’s important to note that all of these menu changes MAY be temporary. Plenty of spots in Disney Springs have been offering limited menus upon reopening, and there’s no indication those cuts are permanent. The same very well COULD apply to these Disney World restaurants.

Those are all the menu changes we’ve noticed so far, but we’ll be on the lookout for more, especially now that we know when Disney World hotel guests will be able to book dining reservations once again! 

Did your favorite menu item get slashed? Let us know if your favorite foods survived this round of Disney World menu cuts in the comments below!

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NEWS: Universal CityWalk in Hollywood Is Reopening TODAY!

While Universal Orlando’s CityWalk reopened last month and Florida’s Univeral Orlando’s theme parks reopened on June 5th, the same can’t be said for Universal Hollywood which has remained closed in California since mid-March.

NEWS: Universal CityWalk in Hollywood Is Reopening TODAY!


But now Universal Hollywood’s CityWalk has just announced that they’ll begin a phased reopening of several shops and restaurants TODAY!

Universal Hollywood’s CityWalk has just stated that select venues will be open from 12-8 PM daily beginning today. Like in other shopping districts, individual venue hours may vary.

NEWS: Universal CityWalk in Hollywood Is Reopening TODAY!


At this time, self-parking is available and complimentary.

Again, this reopening includes limited venues. The opening locations include the following:

NEWS: Universal CityWalk in Hollywood Is Reopening TODAY!

Universal Website Screenshot

They’ve issued many of the same health and safety measures we’ve already seen implemented at Universal Orlando’s CityWalk including all guests and employees must undergo temperature screenings and wear face masks for the duration of their visit except while eating or drinking.

Universal Studios Hollywood hasn’t announced when their theme park will be reopening at this time, but we’ll let you know as soon as we hear anything! Of course, we’re curious if Downtown Disney will be reopening soon in light of this development, so we’ll be on the lookout for any news pertaining to Disneyland Resort too!

Will you be stopping by Universal Hollywood’s CityWalk for the grand reopening? Let us know if you’re planning on going in the comments below!

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  1. Updated! Legoland in Central Florida Announced Reopening Date Before Governor’s Approval
  2. Here’s A Look at the Safety Measures Being Discussed By Major U.S. Theme Parks Right Now
  3. Margaritaville at CityWalk in Universal Orlando Just Reopened — and it Already Has a 2.5 Hour Wait!

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FIRST LOOK: The NEW Disney World Signage You’ll See When The Parks Reopen

Earlier today, Disney World presented its reopening plan to Florida’s Orange County Economic Recovery Task Force.

Magic Kingdom

The proposed plan has been initially approved by Mayor Jerry Demings and has been sent to Florida Governor Ron DeSantis. If given the go-ahead, select Disney World theme parks will begin to reopen to the public starting on July 11th, with the remaining parks set to open on July 13th.

During Disney World’s proposal, we saw a sneak peek of some of the new health and safety signage guests will see once the parks begin to reopen. Disney officials have stated education, communication, and engagement with its guests will be paramount in keeping everyone safe.

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Many of these new signs will be located at entry points as well as throughout the theme parks themselves, especially where crowds tend to gather. Most of the new signs offer friendly reminders, instructing guests to always wear their face mask and allow for six feet of space between themselves and other parties.

So far, these new signs look very similar to the ones we’ve already seen around Disney Springs and more recently at World of Disney today. Their colors are mostly muted beige, red, and dark green.  

Protect the Magic Signs at World of Disney

In addition to emphasizing the mandatory use of face masks and best social distancing practices, other important health and safety procedures will be addressed such as temperature screenings. All Cast Members and guests will be required to have their temperature taken before entry, similar to what we’ve experienced at Disney Springs.


Learn more about Disney Springs’ temperature checks here!

New signage installed near restrooms and hand sanitization stations will remind guests to wash their hands frequently as well as use touchless features such as Mobile Order when paying for food.

At restaurants, new signs will direct guests to which tables they’re allowed to sit at as well as if they’re permitted to move chairs around. In stores, limited handling of product signs will also be installed.


These are just some of the new health and safety signs that are headed our way when the parks reopen. We’re sure there will be lots more to come, but for now, you can start familiarizing yourself with Disney World’s new health and safety procedures based on all the new signs we’ve seen so far!

Read MORE on Disney World’s reopening procedures here.

What do you think of Disney World’s new signage? Let us know in the comments below.

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NEWS: Legoland in Central Florida Is Officially Reopening June 1st

While yesterday we informed you Legoland Florida had received initial approval to reopen June 1st, Governor Ron DeSantis has now given the Winter Haven City-based theme park the green light.


Legoland has officially announced it will be reopening its Central Florida location in just over a week.

Once its plan was approved by the Florida Governor, Legoland immediately sent out announcements. We received an email moments ago confirming June 1st if Legoland’s official reopening date.


Legoland’s reopening plan included modifications such as operating at a maximum 50% capacity (about 6,000 guests). The park will be “highly recommending” the use of face masks by guests, but is not requiring them at this time. For the water park, masks are only recommended for use when visitors are dry.

Face Masks Are Strongly-Encouraged, But Not Mandatory at Legoland

Face coverings do not need to be worn in Legoland by:

  • Children under 2 years of age
  • People who have trouble breathing
  • Anyone who is unable to remove the face covering without assistance

Additionally, Legoland says they will be providing guests with face coverings if they did not bring one. 


Legoland’s New Health Screening Process

Guests with temperatures of 100.4 or higher will not be allowed to enter the park. According to Legoland’s website they also say you will not be admitted if you have:

  • Coughing, fever (over 100.4 º F), or difficulty breathing
  • Traveled internationally in the last 14 days
  • Been on a cruise ship in the last 14 days
  • Been in a location with widespread COVID-19 transmission in the last 14 days
  • Been in close contact with a person known or suspected of having COVID-19 in the last 14 days
  • Tested positive for COVID-19 within the last 14 days


Legoland says their touchless temperature screenings will be required for all guests, including children, and employees before entering the park. Any families or groups that have a member with a fever (of 100.4º F or above) will not be allowed in.

Disinfecting Touchpoints and Commonly Used Surfaces More Frequently

Legoland says they will be cleaning and disinfecting all surfaces more regularly especially “tables and chairs, service counters, LEGO® Bricks, ride restraints, door handles, and more.” They will also be adding more hand sanitizer dispensers and hygiene stations throughout the park. Similar to Disney World’s My Disney Experience app, guests can use Legoland’s official mobile app (which is also free) to locate these additional locations.


Social Distancing Markers and Additional Safety Measures

Markers have been installed throughout the resort reminding guests to stay six feet apart while employees will monitor the queues to ensure social distancing is being maintained. Ride vehicles will be loaded leaving empty seats between guests. Dining areas are also being reconfigured to ensure a safe distance separates each parties’ table.

Indoor shops and restaurants will have a limited capacity while the self-service buffets will also be reconfigured to reduce the number of touchpoints including cutlery and condiments being left out on the table. These items will now be provided to guests upon request. Some guest experiences, entertainment offerings, retail locations, restaurants, and other park features such as water fountains may be temporarily suspended.


New Safety Measures at Legoland’s Hotel and Other Recreational Areas

Inside the hotels, Legoland is asking only one party per elevator and to take the stairs where possible to help maintain social distancing regulations. For their mini-golf course, they are asking groups to maintain a one-hole distance at all times.

Now that Governor Ron DeSantis has twelve other reopening proposals of Central Florida attractions to consider, we could know more details about other theme parks that are planning to reopen soon. So far, Disney World is expected to submit its proposal next week while Universal Studios has requested a reopening date to receive guests starting June 5th (which is still pending final approval).

What do you think of Legoland’s reopening plan? Let us know in the comments below!

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