Psst! Want to know what’s on the Enzo’s Hideaway new menu? Keep reading.
Enzo’s Hideaway is the speakeasy-style tunnel bar that’s home to a large selection of barrel-aged rums and the decadent Cannolo Siciliano created by Executive Pastry Chef Gabriel.
Looking for a family-style meal at Disney Springs? You’re in luck! Our reporter, Julie de la Fe, got to sample Enzo’s new Sunday Supper menu at a recent media event.
What’s Sunday Supper At Enzo’s Hideaway?
Sunday Supper returns to Enzo’s Hideaway! This weekly event first debuted in 2018 at a cost of $45 per guest. The feast includes appetizers, entrees served family-style, and desserts.
Enzo’s Hideaway New Menu
Here’s what Julie sampled as part of the Sunday Supper sneak peek:
- Salumi e Formaggi
- Prosciutto di parma, salame picante, finocchiona, parmigiana, percarino, fontina, cured olives, grissini.
- Insalata della Casa
- Mixed organic greens, cucumbers, pickled peppers, tomatoes, olives, ricotta salata, balsamic vinaigrette.
- Enzo’s Sunday Gravy
- House made rigatoni, braised meats, house tomato sauce.
- Pollo Arrosto
- Lemon oregano roasted chicken, broccolini, creamy polenta, salsa verde.
- Holy Cannoli!
- House gelato sundae.
She also tried three cocktails including some of the new drinks coming to the Enzo’s Hideaway Smuggler’s Series. At each monthly event, guests can learn how the spirits were made and get serving suggestions from experts.
- Flor de Caña
- A spin on an Italian Margarita featuring, Flor de Caña 4 year Anejo Oros Rum, Triple Sec, Caravella Limoncello and Lime.
- Malfy Gin
- Our Gin con Acqua Tonica, with Malfy Gin, Carpano Antica Vermouth, St. Germain Elderflower Liqueur and Tonic.
- Maple Old Fashioned
- Knob Creek Smoked Maple Bourbon, Maple Spice, Angostura Bitters, Maraschino Cherry, and an orange peel.
REVIEW: Enzo’s Hideaway New Menu
We were hosted by Enzo’s Hideaway to attend an intimate evening of bites and sips with a sneak peek of new menu offerings. While we love a complimentary good time, our reporter reviews are their honest opinions.
Julie’s favorite dishes are marked with a ⭐.
Salumi e Formaggi
⭐ Julie de la Fe, WDW Magazine: “This was an above-average charcuterie board. Definitely felt fancy and a wonderful board to pair with a drink and conversation.”
Insalata della Casa
Julie de la Fe, WDW Magazine: “The salad was fresh and light but nothing extra special.”
Enzo’s Sunday Gravy
⭐ Julie de la Fe, WDW Magazine: “This was my favorite dish. The homemade rigatoni was cooked to perfection.”
⭐ Julie de la Fe, WDW Magazine: “The braised meats included Italian sausage, homemade meatballs (which were huge and just like grandma’s cooking), and braised short rib … this was the winner of the night. It fell apart with a fork and was definitely my favorite part of any dish we tasted.”
⭐ Julie de la Fe, WDW Magazine: “This was mouth-watering as well. The broccolini and polenta complimented the chicken well. The chicken wasn’t over-marinated which I appreciated. It was also cooked to perfection.”
⭐ Julie de la Fe, WDW Magazine: “A new shareable dessert (think Beaches and Cream Kitchen Sink). Two full house-made cannolis with 9 scoops of gelato, two split bananas, whipped cream, sprinkles, waffle cone pieces, cherry, sprinkles … what isn’t there to love? Obviously the perfect sweet ending to a fun meal.”
Cocktails & Dolce Vita
Julie de la Fe, WDW Magazine:
- ⭐ Flor de Caña
- “This one was very refreshing. A wonderful summer drink.”
- Malfy Gin
- “This was the least memorable. It wasn’t bad but I probably wouldn’t order it again. Nothing too special.”
- ⭐ Maple Old Fashioned
- “This one was my favorite. Even people who did not like bourbon enjoyed this drink. It had a fall feel to it due to the maple flavor.”
Excited For The Enzo’s Hideaway New Menu?
Thanks again to Disney for inviting us out to try the Enzo’s Hideaway New Menu!
Now, it’s your turn. Tell us: Which of these new menu items are you most excited to try? Let us know on our Facebook page.