Disney Springs The Landing

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The Landing at Disney Springs stands on the land that formerly was the Pleasure Island complex. On March 14, 2013, the Walt Disney World Resort announced that Downtown Disney would be transformed into Disney Springs.

The Landing is designed to be a colorful and thriving commercial district with inspired dining and beautiful waterfront views and unique shopping experiences.


On the Marketplace side of The Landing are Paddlefish, and The BOATHOUSE. On the West Side end is Paradiso 37 and STK.

The BOATHOUSE is an upscale, waterfront dining experience. The restaurant has nautically themed dining rooms, three bars (including one on the water), guided Amiphicar rides, and a lunch and dinner menu featuring sandwiches, chops, steaks and seafood.

Boathouse Exterior
Chicago-based Levy Restaurants introduces a new Italian concept at Disney Springs named Terralina Crafted Italian with James Beard award winner and “Top Chef Master” Chef Tony Mantuano leading development. The new restaurant replaces Levy’s Portobello Country Italian Trattoria and will feature dishes inspired by Mantuano’s adventures in Italy. It is located across from Paddlefish. Opened June 28, 2018.
Terralina Crafted Italian
Paddlefish — focuses on seafood, serving a variety of fish as well as crab legs, local stone crabs and blue crab. The new venue’s decor is completely different from Fulton’s “turn-of-the-century riverboat” theme, and is more like a luxurious, modern yacht. The restaurant is open seven days a week, with separate lunch and dinner menus.
Morimoto Asia opened on September 30, 2015. The first pan-Asian restaurant from celebrity Chef Masaharu Morimoto, featuring flavors from across the continent. This Disney Springs dining destination showcases traditions like Peking duck carving, and dim sum. Morimoto Asia’s eye-catching, 36-foot-tall, two-story layout includes lounges, dining spaces, and an exhibition kitchen that allows guests a behind-the-scenes glimpse of the culinary action. The second-level sushi bar and lounge has a separate entrance.
Morimoto Asia


Homecomin’ – Florida Kitchen and Shine Bar by Chef Art Smith showcases farm-to-fork cuisine inspired by the Sunshine State. The menu will feature Southern favorites like homemade pimento cheese, deviled eggs, low country shrimp and grits, and fried chicken. Opened July 12, 2016.
Raglan Road Irish Pub and Restaurant opened in October 2005. (Click HERE for more photos!) The new venue, located on the site of the former Pleasure Island Jazz Company, offers traditional Irish fare prepared with a “modern flair.” Menu items include: rack of lamb on Irish stew consommé, Sea Leek (oven-baked fillet of sea bass served on a fondue of leeks), and Kevin’s Kudos (oven-roasted loin of bacon served with braised cabbage and creamed potato). The restaurant, which holds 600, is decorated with custom furnishings designed and built in Ireland by Irish craftspeople, as well as with Irish antiques and “bric-a-brac.”
Raglan Road Exterior
Cooke’s of Dublin, right next to Raglan Road, serves carry-out fish and chips, tasty pies and more.
Cooke's of Dublin
Hole in the Wall Pub
Located between Raglan Road and Cooke’s of Dublin is a small, outdoor bar called The Hole in the Wall Pub.
Paradiso 37
Paradiso 37, a restaurant and bar featuring cuisine from North, South and Central America, opened in May at Pleasure Island at Downtown Disney. The menu represents the 37 countries of the Americas, plus an international wine bar, 37 varieties of tequila and 10 signature frozen margaritas. The new concept was developed by Orlando-based E-Brands Restaurant Group, which currently owns and operates Timpano Chophouse, Samba Room, Taqueria Canonita, Aquaknox, David Burke and other restaurants in a number of locations across the United States. The restaurant features nightly entertainment and is open daily from 11 a.m. until late night.
Jock Lindsey’s Hangar Bar – Tucked in between Paradiso 37 and the BOATHOUSE, Jock Lindsey’s features unique cocktails and small plates. Ardent fans of the “Indiana Jones” films may recognize Jock Lindsey as Indy’s frequent pilot; he’s also the owner of a pet snake named Reggie. In the main room, guests discover an expansive bar, aviation decor filling the room, vintage travel posters covering the walls and correspondence between Jock, Indy and their fellow adventurers on display. Guests can eat, drink and be merry outside as well, in Jock’s old steamboat, now in permanent dry dock and aptly named “Reggie;” and in nearby seating on the adjacent deck. Jock Lindsey’s Hangar Bar opened in September 2015.
Jock Lindsey's Hangar Bar
STK Orlando — Featuring rooftop dining with scenic views, the restaurant boasts both indoor and outdoor seating on two levels, a bistro, bar, private dining room and a fire pit. With a sleek and contemporary design, STK is known for its high-energy fine dining experience. Opened on May 25, 2016.

The Edison

The Edison: Inspired by The Edison venue in Los Angeles, this lavish “Industrial Gothic” -style restaurant, bar and nighttime destination is themed to a 1920s-period power plant, recalling an exuberant era of invention and imagination. It will feature exceptionally good classic American food, craft cocktails and live entertainment including cabaret and music. The Edison features multiple themed areas to explore, such as the Lab performance space, The Ember Parlour, Telegraph Lounge, The Patent Office, The Tesla Lounge, The Radio Room, and the Waterfront Patio. Opened December 31, 2017
Maria & Enzo’s — An Italian trattoria set in the town’s storied abandoned airline terminal from the 1930s, now transformed into a restaurant. The dining room is open and airy, featuring 50-foot ceilings with views of Lake Buena Vista. The restaurant interiors showcase artifacts that reference air travel of the time, with maps and historic flight paths. The menu is inspired by Sicily, with a range of family-friendly dishes. Opened on January 4, 2018.
Maria and Enzo's

Enzo's Hideaway Tunnel Bar

Enzo’s Hideaway Tunnel Bar: A speakeasy inspired by Roman aperitivo bars, located in the storied rum-runner tunnels that adjoin Maria & Enzo’s. Inspired by Florida’s true history of rum running, Enzo’s Hideaway will pour Prohibition-era cocktails at its Tunnel Bar and serve a casual menu of hearty Roman dishes. Opened January 12, 2018.
Pizza Ponte: A fast-casual concept and the perfect place for a quick bite serving pastries, pizza, Italian sandwiches, and espresso. Pastry specialties include Bomboloni (Italian doughnuts) Sfoglia di Riso (pastry with rice cream) and Tiramisu. Savory items include signature Triangolo (stuffed pizza bread) sandwiches, Porchetta (roast pork) and Pizza al Taglio, Sicilian-style pizza by the slice. Opened December 22, 2017.

Pizza Ponte

Wine Bar George — Master Sommelier George Miliotes brings his expertise to Disney Springs with an unparalleled wine list including more than 100 selections by the bottle and glass in a range of varietals, vintages and prices. Shareable plates, cheese and charcuterie will complement the wine list, featuring local artisans and seasonally relevant dishes. Look for some fun wine education, including special events and visits from winemakers. Miliotes is widely regarded as one of the industry’s foremost wine experts, and is one of only 236 professionals certified by the Court of Master Sommeliers. Opened May 19, 2018.
Wine Bar George
The Basket at Wine Bar George — This carry-out window adjacent to Wine Bar George features take-out options including picnic baskets with wine!
Wine Bar George
Erin McKenna's NYC Bakery

Erin McKenna’s Bakery NYC – This location offers the same vegan, gluten-free menu as its flagship bakery in New York City, and its sister bakery in Los Angeles. Look for a full selection of award-winning donuts, cupcakes, cookies, bagels (with vegan butter!), and other savory items daily. This shop opened February 22, 2015.


Paradiso 37


The Ganachery showcases hand-crafted chocolate. The star of the show is a custom-made ganache, Disney’s own recipe for a luxurious mixture of melted chocolate and cream. The signature flavor is dark chocolate with a note of Florida orange. All of the flavors fall into four categories: Spices, such a chipotle; Classic, such as orange, vanilla and caramel; Trendy, such as matcha yuzu chocolate; and Fruit, such as passion fruit and calamansi. You’ll never think of chocolate the same after you visit. This shop opened on December 15, 2015.

Vivoli Il Gelato

Vivoli Gelateria – The gelato at Vivoli is made with fresh, top-quality ingredients using the exact same recipes from the original shop in Florence, Italy. In addition to their signature gelato, Vivioli Gelateria also serves traditional Italian panini, biscotti, espresso and tarts.

Joffrey's Tea Trader's Cafe

The Tea Trader’s Cafe by Joffrey’s – featuring teas from the finest tea gardens around the globe. You can order loose leaf teas prepared in many ways: steeped hot, iced, blended, spirited, and even edible (in the form of delicious cookies and treats). Special loose-leaf teas and herbal infusions are blended on site daily and available for purchase to take home. This shop opened on July 3, 2015.

Haagen-Dazs — gourmet ice cream. The original West Side location opened early 2003 and closed on October 19, 2013 to be replaced by Starbucks. The previoous kiosk location was right across from Cirque du Soleil and opened May 19, 2014. The current location in The Landing opened on May 15, 2016.
Haagen Dazs
Wetzel's Pretzels
Wetzel’s Pretzels — features gourmet pretzels and more.

The original West Side location opened early 2003 and closed on October 19, 2013 to be replaced by Starbucks. The kiosk location was then moved across from Cirque du Soleil and opened May 19, 2014. The current location in The Landing opened on May 15, 2016.

Joffrey’s Coffee and Tea — features coffee, tea, hot chocolate and smoothies.

Opened on May 15, 2016.

Joffrey's Coffee and Tea


YeSake: At this unique kiosk, try a Sake Cosmo Freeze or Sake Bourbon Slush among other offerings. Global eats range from the Great Wall with Chinese-style pulled pork to a Sombrero with ground beef, pico de gallo, guacamole, cheese and corn chips. Cold beer too. Opened May 15, 2016.


Erwin Pearl

Erwin Pearl offers the latest in fashion jewelry. This shop opened on April 10, 2015.


Oakley – Embolden your daredevil side with a trip to this hip, high-performance apparel and eyewear shop, where goods encompass cutting-edge technology, sleek designs and premium quality. Opened November 2017

Art of Shaving

The Art of Shaving – offers premium grooming essentials for the modern man. The location also has a team of shaving specialists who offer advice to guests on proper grooming techniques. Appointments for a haircut or shave are suggested. This shop opened February 4, 2015.


Sanuk – creatively inspired footwear designed with non-traditional materials like yoga-mats. This shop opened February 9, 2015.

Savannah Bee

Savannah Bee Company – At this eco-friendly shop, you’ll discover a colony of honeybee-inspired gifts and products made from locally grown, all-natural honey including delicious artisanal varieties and luxurious body care goods. This shop opened as a kiosk May 15, 2016 and in the storfront on September 18, 2017.

Chapel Hats

Chapel Hats – specializes in fashionable hats and headwear for guests of all ages. The location carries just about any style of hat including fedoras, sun hats, floppy hats, outdoors hats, kid’s hats and more. This shop opened January 30, 2015.


Havaianas – offering “Make Your Own Havaianas” and “Embellish Your Own Havaianas,” this store features a large assortment of Havaianas sandals for women, men and children, plus kids’ rain boots. This shop opened February 25, 2015.

Shop for Ireland

Shop for Ireland — Authentic Irish collectibles, clothing and more. Located in the Raglan Road building.




Set the Bar Kiosk

Set The Bar – From bottle openers to flasks, shot glasses to copper mugs, this is a perfect perch to find the latest “must-haves” to transform your Saturday-night at-home-cocktail-hour into a truly sensational soiree. Located at Riverboat Square in The Landing. This shop opened in October, 2015.

Sublime Kiosk

Sublime — Unique cards, gift candles, magnets, books and plaques. Located at Riverboat Square in The Landing. This shop opened in October, 2015.

Swings n Things Kiosk

Swings ‘n Things, The Hammock Experts – Bring vacation vibes home with you! This specialty kiosk offers a wide range of lounge-worthy hammocks and porch swings that can easily enhance your vision for an indoor or outdoor paradise. Opened in Spetember 2017.

Filthy Rich Kiosk

Filthy Rich — Showcases celebrity-inspired jewelry at far-less-than-Beverly-Hills prices. The location specializes in authentic replicas of iconic jewelry and accessories worn by past legends of the silver screen and current celebrity style icons.. Located at Riverboat Square in The Landing. This shop opened May 15, 2016.

Duncan Yo Yo Cart

Duncan Yo-Yo’s – At this cart one can find the perfect yo-yo as well as get instructions on how to use it. Located at Riverboat Square in The Landing. This shop opened December 18, 2013.


Eyecatchers – Twirl over to this Riverboat Square kiosk to check out a hypnotic array of decorative wind spinners. Made from laser-cut stainless steel, these all-weather beauties can handle hanging out in the great outdoors.

Rinse Bath & Body Co. – Shop for rejuvenating bath and body products handmade in Monroe, Georgia using the best natural ingredients available. Look and feel fresh with popular items such as natural deodorant, essential oils and the pampering Peppofoot collection. Located at Riverboat Square in The Landing. This shop opened November 2017.

Chapel Hats Kiosk

Chapel Hats Kiosk – Headwear for every member of the family. Located behind STK.

Game Day Gear

Game Day Gear — Jerseys and caps for sports fans. Located behind STK.