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  • On Oct 5, 2022
    Gregory from ID Asked Please note that experiences, policies, pricing and other offerings are subject to change and may have changed since the date of this answer.

    When making dinner reservations 60 days in advance, do I have access to all my days to make reservations or do I have to make it each day that is 60 days out?

    Hello, Gregory! Thanks for taking the time to visit us here at planDisney! We're glad you stopped by.

    I would love to provide you with some food for thought since I'm all about making Disneyland Dining reservations as soon as my booking window opens. You will need to make reservations for each day of your trip separately, one day at a time. Dining availability doesn't have a set timeframe, and reservation opportunities can be released anytime. You can start checking up to 60 days in advance, but availability varies. 

    Keep checking back if you don't see anything for your desired dining locations online. New dining opportunities can be posted anytime between 1-60 days before your arrival date. If you cannot secure the reservations you want before you arrive, I recommend checking Walk-up Availability through the Disneyland Mobile app. However, you can only join when you are nearby.

    Here are some of my family's favorite dining experiences at Disneyland Resort:
    *Blue Bayou is located in the New Orleans Square area of Disneyland Park. Its romantic seating overlooks the Pirates of the Caribbean attraction. 
    *Carthay Circle has upscale cuisine in the middle of Disney California Adventure Park. 
    *Storytellers Cafe at Disney's Grand Californian Hotel & Spa has a great character buffet.
    *Oga's Cantina located in Star Wars: Galaxy's Edge, is an infamous watering hole that's fun for all ages!

    Best of luck, Gregory! We'd love to help you again, so please feel free to write back anytime!

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