Orlando Bars and Nightclubs Ordered to Stay Closed For the Next 30 Days
Earlier this week we shared the news that Disney Springs would be closing for the next couple of weeks. This included all Disney-owned and operated shops and restaurants.
Other businesses located in Disney World’s downtown shopping district were quick to follow suit. Just over the past few days, we’ve posted closures for Raglan Road Wine Bar George, House of Blues and more.
Though most of these businesses were optimistic in their closures, suggesting they may open up by the end of the month, according to a recent post in the Orlando Sentinel, it seems like the State of Florida has other plans.
Just today, Governor Ron DeSantis came down on bars and nightclubs and ordered that they remain closed for 30 days. In addition, Orlando also imposed a ban on on-site alcohol sales at ALL venues (including restaurants) through the end of March.
This means the closure notices should be coming in pretty thick and fast for most of the Bars and Nightclubs at Disney Springs including favorites like Jock Lindsey’s Hangar Bar, The Edison and more.
It also means that most of these venues won’t be opening their doors again until mid-late April meaning the Disney Springs closure could be longer than anticipated. In addition to the theme parks and Disney Springs, Disney has announced that all of Disney World’s 30 resorts would be closed to the public including all restaurants and lounges within.
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Source: Orlando Sentinel