After a lengthy closure since the start of the COVID-19 pandemic last March, Jellyrolls, the fan-favorite dueling piano bar at Disney’s Boardwalk is reopening tonight!
Jellyrolls’ reopening has been a long time coming with fans of the popular Walt Disney World nightlife spot wondering for months upon months about when the venue would return to operation.
Upon reopening, Guests will find some familiar faces behind the bar’s two dueling grand pianos with some new performers as well. Popcorn will still be offered to those seated at table’s as the venue’s complimentary snack and a cover fee (of $15) will be required to enter. Jellyrolls is also limited to Guests 21 years of age or older with IDs being checked upon entry at the door.
As for health and safety guidance upon reopening, Jellyrolls will require masks to be worn whenever Guests are not seated at a table, which is consistent with requirements across the Walt Disney World Resort of masks being required while in indoor public areas. (Curiously when Yehaa Bob Jackson made his first appearance at Disney’s Port Orleans Riverside last night, he was told he should not encourage sing-alongs with Guests. Sing-alongs often happen at Jellyrolls, too, however we have not seen anything from either Disney or Jellyrolls discussing whether or not it would be permitted or discouraged.)
Jellyrolls has been a staple of nightlife at the Walt Disney World Resort for a number of years, giving Guests the opportunity to request their favorite songs to be played by talented performers who are rarely if ever stumped. The bar has also been known for their 32 oz. mixed drink specials that varied nightly in the past, however we have not confirmed if those will be returning when they reopen tonight.
If you are planning your next visit to Jellyrolls, please note their current hours while they are still recuperating staffing, of Thursday-Sunday 7 pm-1:45 am (entertainment begins at 8 pm.)