NEWS: New Details Revealed for Terralina Crafted Italian, Coming to Disney Springs in Early 2018

//NEWS: New Details Revealed for Terralina Crafted Italian, Coming to Disney Springs in Early 2018

NEWS: New Details Revealed for Terralina Crafted Italian, Coming to Disney Springs in Early 2018

Earlier this year, the Levy Restaurant group debuted Paddlefish, a seafood-centric signature restaurant located in the heart of Disney Springs. Soon, they will unveil their newest venue: Terralina Crafted Italian, expected to transport guests to “la dolce vita,” (the sweet life) essence of the spectacular Lake District of Northern Italy.

Featuring an open rotunda that welcomes guests with a rustic stone fireplace, a new outdoor patio with a veranda bar that spills out into the Disney Springs promenade, and a two-story glass conservatory that showcases stunning views of Lake Buena Vista, every element of the décor feels fresh and new. My favorite touches? The herb garden outside the front doors, giving a nod to the medley of flavors that are waiting to be discovered inside and the curated collection of family photos and vintage heirlooms that are scattered throughout the space. I can’t wait for my first visit!

Based on everything I’ve heard, I’m already envisioning carefree evenings relaxing with friends, a nice glass of wine in hand and a sampling of Northern Italy’s best spread out before us. James Beard-Award Winning Chef Tony Mantuano will lead menu development and I expect he’ll have some serious culinary delights planned for the wood-burning oven and open kitchen on display in the location.

The restaurant will open in early 2018 and details on the menu are expected soon. Stay tuned to the Disney By The Numbers Blog.

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