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  • Hi all. We have dinner reservations at 50's Prime Time for 7:05 on Saturday, January 29. However, the park closes at 7:00. How does that work?
  • - Asked by Daniel from British Columbia on 1/8/2011
  • Hello Daniel!

         My son and I just love 50's Prime Time Cafe!  We enjoy the atmosphere, the fun, and the food.  In fact we have eaten there 6 times in the last three years!  If you have an Advanced Dining Reservation, you will be able to be seated and finish your meal even though Hollywood Studios will be officially closed.  Generally when a Park at Walt Disney World closes at the end of the day, it means that the rides and attractions are closed to any new guests who are not in the line at the closing time.  The Park shops and other Park areas are normally still open to guests for an hour or longer after the scheduled Park closing time.  The Cast Members will begin encouraging guests to move toward the Park exit after an hour or so after closing and the in Park restaurants will remain open until their guests have finished their meals.  It wouldn't hurt to show up for your 50's Prime Time Cafe reservation at least 10-20 minutes early to possibly have a little more time for your dinner without feeling like you are eating under a deadline.

    I hope that your 50's Prime Time Cafe dining experience will be one to remember! 

    PS-- Tell Mom or Dad that I said, "Hi"

    Keep Dreaming Big!
    Marc
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