The venerable Portobello restaurant at Disney Springs recently closed, and Disney has released renderings depicting the replacement being developed by celebrity chef Tony Mantuano. [Read more…]
Springtime is blooming in the Disney parks, and with it comes one of the most popular annual fan events in the Disney community: Dapper Day. [Read more…]
By Tharin White
BBQ fans have a new place to grab ribs, pulled pork sandwiches and more as The Polite Pig becomes the newest eatery at Disney Springs in Walt Disney World. [Read more…]
The long-awaited new women’s clothing store at the Marketplace Co-Op at Disney Springs has finally opened. The Dress Shop on Cherry Tree Lane opened to a massive crowd on Friday, March 31, packed with every Disneybounder’s dream outfits and accessories. [Read more…]
This month, Disney is taking “Cars 3” nationwide with Road to the Races, a tour inviting fans of the “Cars” films to come and celebrate the upcoming release of the newest film. Fans will be able to see life-size versions of Lightning McQueen, Cruz Ramirez, and the next-generation racer Jackson Storm as they roll through 27 cities across the country. [Read more…]
Experience an authentic Irish St. Patrick’s Day celebration, complete with a lineup of talented musicians, authentic meals inspired by Irish celebrity chef Kevin Dundon, and award-winning Irish dancers at Ragland Road in Disney Springs for their 2017 Mighty St. Patrick’s Festival. [Read more…]
All good things must come to an end, and the saying is no different for the nearly 20-year run of “La Nouba” by Cirque du Soleil at Disney Springs. The Disney Parks Blog announced today that after more than 8,500 performances, the show would take its final bow on December 31. [Read more…]
Have you ever wanted to catch “La Nouba” by Cirque du Soleil at Disney Springs, but were unsure of how to fit the price of tickets into your budget? Look no further, because now families can experience the thrilling spectacular for less with the new Florida Resident Family Pack offer. [Read more…]
Disney Springs diners in search of upscale shellfish can visit Paddlefish, which is now open to Walt Disney World guests as of Saturday, February 4. [Read more…]
Disney Springs’ home decor store only opened in late November, but the Town Center store has already undergone a major revamping, and today D-Living reopened with a new Beauty and the Beast theme. [Read more…]
After an extensive transformation, the flagship Planet Hollywood Observatory restaurant at Disney Springs is now open, featuring menu items from celebrity chef Guy Fieri. [Read more…]
Over two years after the interactive attraction’s demise was first announced, Disney Springs’ DisneyQuest is finally closing on July 3 to make way for the NBA Experience. [Read more…]
This Sunday, Jan. 22, fashion icon extraordinaire Minnie Mouse invites you to “Rock the Dots” and celebrate National Polka Dot Day with special events being held at Disney Springs. [Read more…]
Just in time for the holiday shopping season, a new home decor shop called D-Living is now open at Disney Springs in Walt Disney World. [Read more…]
Two of America’s best known celebrity chefs are joining forces on December 3 for the Sake & Shine progressive dining event at Disney Springs, starring Chef Masuharu Morimoto and Chef Art Smith. [Read more…]
For diners craving an exceptional sushi experience, Morimoto Asia at Disney Springs is now offering an exclusive omakase dining experience.
Omakase (which is Japanese for “to entrust”) means putting your evening in the hands of Morimoto’s expert sushi chefs, who will create a multi-course (typically 5 to 7 courses) dining experience that features the freshest fish from Japan plus a variety of other specialty ingredients that are reserved for this truly unique meal.
Morimoto’s team of expert sushi chefs create, present and serve each course directly to the diner at the intimate 14-seat sushi bar. When in town, Chef Morimoto himself is often found presiding over these dinners, and may even personally prepare your food (for an additional fee).
Cost for the omakase experience (food only) is $150 per person, plus tax and gratuity. A $75 deposit per person is required at the time of booking. The Morimoto Asia team can recommend optional beverage pairings (Japanese beer or sake).
Omakase dining at Morimoto Asia is available from 6 p.m. to 9 p.m. nightly.Reservations for omakase dining must be made at least 24 hours in advance by calling (407) 939-6686; indicate any food allergies, diet or other restrictions at the time of booking.
Visit Morimoto Asia’s website for more information, and for a look inside the restaurant watch this recent installment of The Princess and the Vlog, featuring Morimoto Asia’s dim sum brunch:
One of the oldest restaurants at Disney Springs is in the midst of a major makeover, and we now have our first look at the new Planet Hollywood Observatory menu, featuring recipes by television personality Guy Fieri. [Read more…]
Only days ago, Walt Disney World received permission from the Federal Aviation Administration to use remote-controlled aircraft inside their resort, and today they’ve unveiled a new drone holiday light display that will soon make its debut at Disney Springs. [Read more…]
Master Sommelier George Miliotes is returning to Walt Disney World and opening Wine Bar George at Disney Springs in 2017. [Read more…]