When deciding on which resort to stay at during your vacation at Walt Disney World you have to take a lot into consideration.
For some it depends on the pool, for others it might be the theming and for others it might be how close the resort’s rooms are to the dining area.
One of the biggest highlights of Port Orleans French Quarter is how close the entire resort is to the central hub that houses the front desk, gift shop and food quart. This is due to the fact that French Quarter is the smallest resort on property.
Starting July 11, guests will have to walk a little further to receive the same dining experience that is provided by Sassagoula Floatworks Factory at French Quarter.
A lengthy refurb is planned for the restaurant that will be closed until the fall.
In order to accommodate their guests, Disney has planned to setup a grab-and-go location at the Scat Cat Club located in the main lobby. Foods such as gumbo, po-boys, jumbalya and more will be available at this location.
When the All-Star resorts were undergoing similar rehabs the grab-and-go food worked very well for guests.
For those interested in a sit down dining experience is welcome to take a bus to the French Quarter’s sister resort, Riverside, to enjoy a meal at the Riverside Mill Food Court between the hours of 7 a.m. And midnight.
There is currently no date set for the opening of Sassagoula Floatworks Factory.
Would this inconvenience be a deal breaker for you when it comes to staying at French Quarter during the refurb? Leave your comments below.