Magical Dining at Disney Springs is Back: Eat 3-Course Feasts at These Restaurants

Alessandra SferlazzaBlog, Food

Cannoli Maria & Enzo's

Magical Dining brings together delicious 3-course meals and a good cause at Disney Springs.

Some of your favorite restaurants at Disney Springs are participating in Visit Orlando’s annual Magical Dining, which means you can treat your taste buds to full three-course meals!  

If you’re a foodie and want to support a cause, this limited-time offer is for you! For only $35 per person, you can enjoy three-course, prix-fixe dinners at participating dining locations in Disney Springs.

This offer will be available from August 23rd through September 30th — and to add extra magic to this promotion — $1 from each meal served will be donated to a local charity.  

Here are all of the restaurants that will be participating: 

Magical Dining at Enzo’s Hideaway

Enzo's Hideaway Visit Orlando Magical Dining

Visit Enzo’s Hideaway to sample Italian fare in an old-fashioned speakeasy. Photo courtesy of Patina Restaurant Group

Enzo’s Hideaway is themed to portray a 1920s speakeasy vibe and offers more rum and scotch selections than any other restaurant at Disney Springs.  Say, “Ciao” to the Roman-style meals on Enzo’s Hideaway’s prix-fixe menu. 

Appetizer: Supplì alla Romana – a rice croquette with a combination of smooth mozzarella and braised meat

Entrée: Spaghetti Alla Chitarra Con Polpette thick-cut pasta in a bed of marinara sauce topped with Maria’s family recipe meatballs sprinkled with Parmigiano- 

Dessert: Torta di Pistachio – Decadent pistachio olive oil cake with roasted strawberry jam and topped with whipped mascarpone cream.

Maria and Enzo’s

Maria & Enzo's entrance disney Springs Magical Dining

Maria & Enzo’s has lots of Italian favorites on offer for Magical Dining. Photo by Courtney Reynolds

Holy cannoli! Maria and Enzo’s menu will allow your taste buds to escape to Rome with some authentic Italian favorites– without having to book a flight! The restaurant is themed to look like a 1930s airport terminal and even features a grand staircase and an even grander view of Lake Buena Vista.  

Appetizer: Burrata Caprese – A delicious salad of sweet cherry tomatoes tossed with fior di latte mozzarella, basil, and first press extra virgin olive oil.

Entrée: Ravioli al Tre Formaggi – flavorful trio of cheese ravioli made with Parmigiano Reggiano, smoked pecorino, and ricotta ravioli served with a fresh tomato sauce flavored with toasted garlic, almond and basil pesto.

Dessert: cannoli – milk ricotta, chocolate chips, candied orange.

The Edison

The Edison Banana Split Disney Springs

The Edison Banana Split sounds like Magical Dining to us. Photo courtesy Patina Restaurant Group

Enjoy classic American cuisine at The Edison! Named after the inventor of the electric light bulb, Thomas Edison, the restaurant was designed to resemble a 1920s electric company. Enjoy the themed rooms for The Edison’s blast-from-the-past and industrial gothic feel.

Appetizer: Deviled Eggs – Central Florida farm-raised eggs garnished with crispy potatoes and speck

Entrée: Old Fashioned Meatloaf & Gravy – a flavor-rich meatloaf with applewood-smoked bacon, spicy ketchup glaze served with creamy mashed potato with mushroom gravy paired with a colorful side of green beans and carrots. 

Dessert: Banana Split – Your choice of vanilla, chocolate, or strawberry Italian gelato topped with fluffy whipped cream, chocolate chips, toasted walnuts, marshmallows, and sprinkles.

Morimoto Asia

Morimoto Asia Ishikari Nabe Disney Springs

Morimoto Asia serves up Ishikari Nabe for Magical Dining. Photo by Patina Restaurant Group

Enjoy the tastings of Chef Morimoto of Iron Chef America at his signature dining location in Disney Springs. Morimoto Asia is home to the finest in Pan-Asian cuisine! Japanese master chef Masaharu Morimoto is regarded as one of the most innovative minds in Asian cuisine!   

Appetizer: Bluefin Toro Tartare – fresh catch served with dashi soy, wasabi, shallots, avocado crème

Entrée: Seafood Miso Hot Pot “Ishikari Nabe” – A flavorful combination of lobster, crab, mussels, shrimp.

Dessert: Banana Lumpia “Turon” – roasted pineapple in spiced chai milk tea topped with tapioca pearls

Make sure you take advantage of the Magical Dining to ensure you taste all of the specials that are coming our way this fall!

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About the Author

Alessandra Sferlazza

Aly is a contributing writer for WDW Magazine. For the past five years, she has worked with The Walt Disney Company and completed her BA, B.Ed, and a certificate in Journalism. Aly loves Disney World because of the special energy she feels when in the parks.