Refurbishments to Naples Ristorante in Downtown Disney continue as phase two of the renovation process is officially complete.
Naples unveiled an updated enclosed upstairs area equipped with a quaint walkout patio. The fresh new look includes lush green foliage decorating the space and a fountain water feature serving as the focal point to anchor the design of the charming terrace.
New Twinkling chandeliers give the celestial atmosphere a warm and inviting glow. The picturesque setting instantly transports visitors to the Italian peninsula, overlooking the crystal blue waters of the Mediterranean with the majestic Mt. Vesuvius standing guard overhead. Inside, guests are welcome to comfortably lounge in plush booth seating while looking on as their meals are being expertly prepared in the open concept kitchen. From the traditional eight-layer lasagna bathed in a Bolognese sauce, béchamel, and Parmesan to the pan-seared salmone served on a bed of roasted tomatoes and green beans, the menu is full of classic Italian dishes that pair perfectly with the extensive wine list offered by the glass, carafe, or bottle.
While these exciting changes have been in the works, Naples’ fast-casual concept equivalent, Napolini, formally closed its doors for their own set of renovations. However, guests can still order Napolini’s famous fresh-baked pizzas from the recently opened ground-level patio at Naples during this interim period. Customers can grab an individual 10-inch Neapolitan pie to enjoy by themselves on the go or share a large 20-inch amongst friends and family for a delicious meal on the go. All nine gourmet fan-favorite flavors will be offered, including classics such as Margherita or pepperoni in addition to the more adventurous eggplant or shrimp pesto recipes. See the full list of drool-worthy menu options below!
Napolini Pizzas Available To Go:
- Marinara E. Capperi
- Capricciosa · Porchetta
- Pesto E Gamberi
- Pollo · Melanzane
- Quattro Formaggi
The third and final phase of renovations slated to be complete later this year will continue the design theme of modern European minimalism with traces of Old-World accents in the textures and colors. The result will be a tranquil environment offering visitors the beauty of an Italian getaway without ever having to stamp their passports.