Those in Southern California who have been eagerly anticipating the return of their many theme parks can feel some slight encouragement, as a small portion of Disneyland Resort in Anaheim will be officially reopened on Nov. 19.

A portion of the California Adventure park known as Buena Vista Street will be allowed to reopen and officially welcome guests back on the 19th for shopping and outdoor dining, though the rest of the park will still remain closed due to the ongoing COVID-19 Pandemic, which shuttered the entire resort and other properties earlier in the year, The Hollywood Reporter reports.

The news comes as more calls have been made to start reopening the amusement parks—which include Disneyland, Universal Studios Hollywood, Knotts Berry Farm and more. The Downtown Disney District of Disneyland has been open again since July, as has portions of Universal’s City Walk, though the parks themselves have stayed closed. Buena Vista Street is an extension of the Downtown Disney area.

Among the businesses that should reopen are restaurants, including Carthay Circle Lounge—Alfresco Dining, Fiddler, Fifer & Practical Café, Smokejumpers Grill and Award Weiners. Stores reopening will include Elias & Co., Julius Katz & Sons, Trolley Treats and Kingswell Camera Shop. They join Downtown Disney businesses like Black Tap Craft Burgers and Shakes, Salt and Straw, World of Disney and Backlot Premiere Shop.

Like Downtown Disney, guests who come to Buena Vista Street will need to follow safety guidelines, which includes capacity limits on the number of guests who can be present, as well as submitting to temperature checks. Masks are also required.

Other Southern California parks have had some phased reopenings as well. While the parks are officially closed in terms of actual rides and attractions, some events are still scheduled. Knott’s Berry Farm, in Buena Park, California, recently announced plans to have a “Taste of Merry Farm” event.

A Disneyland sign is posted at an empty entrance to Disneyland on September 30, 2020 in Anaheim, California A Disneyland sign is posted at an empty entrance to Disneyland on September 30, 2020 in Anaheim, California Photo: GETTY IMAGES NORTH AMERICA / MARIO TAMA