Celebrate These Dubious Holidays with these Eats and Drinks at Disney Springs!

Over the next couple of months, Paddlefish and Terralina Crafted Italian at Disney Springs are giving you a few excuses to celebrate — as if you needed one.

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From martinis to chocolate mousse, some great deals on eats and drinks are coming your way! Check out the full list below.

Terralina Crafted Italian

Terralina Crafted Italian

| National Truffle Day – Truffle pasta special: Beef short rib linguini with a brandy wild mushroom truffle cream ($32)

MAY 5 | National Lemonade Day – $20 pitchers of Crafted Lemonade all day

JUNE 1 | National Olive Day – Fried olives and dirty martini ($20)

JUNE 8 | National Rose Day – $20 bottles of Rose all day

Extra treat: For the entire month of May, posting a photo of yourself at Terralina will automatically enter you in a drawing for dinner for two! Just make sure you add Terralina Crafted Italian as your location.



APRIL 12 | National Grilled Cheese Day – At lunch only, the grilled cheese will be amped-up… with LOBSTER!

MAY 10 | National Shrimp Day – Just mention the special word and you can unlock a 2-for-1 shrimp boil. The secret word will be announced on social media so make sure you follow Paddlefish!

MAY 25 | National Brown-Bag-It Day – $5 PBR that will be placed in a Paddlefish marked brown-bag

JUNE 19 | National Martini Day – Paddlefish will be featuring their Blackberry Chocolate Manhattan

Extra treat: Paddlefish will offer a secret drink special on social media, so make sure you follow them! Tell your friends… subtly. of course.

Have you eaten at Terralina or Paddlefish? Let us know which deals you’re most excited about in the comments!

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Molly is a lifelong Disney enthusiast, and former Walt Disney World Guest Relations Cast Member and tour guide. Her Walt Disney World favorites include Festival of the Lion King, Big Thunder Mountain Railroad, Fantasmic!, Mickey-shaped pretzels and rice krispie treats, and anything with Buzz Lightyear! She lives in Orlando with her husband (who she met in Guest Relations) and their two rescue dogs, Kronk and Cruella de Vil (Ella for short!)

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2 Replies to “Celebrate These Dubious Holidays with these Eats and Drinks at Disney Springs!”

  1. Exactly how does one go about getting a National Day named after something? Is there a government agency called the Federal Bureau of National Days? And how does one get a great national day declared an even more impressive World Wide day? Can I send in a few nominations? Or how bout save some time and money and just have on wild day called National Everything day.

    1. No government agency is involved in these wacky “holidays.” While Congress and the president have approved and made official holidays like Thanksgiving and Mothers Day, many of these days and months are named and promoted by organizations and trade groups. If you want to spend a few amusing hours learning about things like National Pig Day or National Clean Out Your Inbox Week, then visit your public library and ask to see their copy of Chase’s Calendar of Events. Feel free to make up your own holiday and submit it!