Family is important, but how often does your whole family get to sit down for a meal together these days? If it feels like a while since you’ve broken bread with the family, check out the new family dining option in Disney Springs.
It’s called Sunday Supper, and it takes place at Enzo’s Hideaway. This is a pretty new restaurant in Disney Springs, and there’s an elaborate backstory. As the story goes, Maria and Enzo, a married couple, run a restaurant in Disney Springs’ old airport terminal. The terminal is no longer operational, so it’s just a restaurant. However, Maria and Enzo recently made a discovery: there’s an old rum-running tunnel underneath the airport-turned-restaurant. Enzo decided to turn it into his own restaurant with a full-service bar and an open kitchen where you can see the chefs prepare food right in front of you.
Now, Enzo is inviting families over for a little R&R.
The meal is served family style starting with an antipasto board of assorted meats and cheeses and pickled vegetables and salad with fresh greens, tomatoes, apple slices, and olive and balsamic oil. The main course consists of rigatoni with Sunday Sauce, grilled salmon (which is the only meat not served family style), roasted chicken, oven roasted fingerling potatoes, and seasonal vegetables in one bowl and meatballs, wagyu short ribs, and sweet and spicy sausage in red sauce in a second bowl. Be sure to save room for dessert! You won’t want to miss the mini cannolis, tiramisu, and chocolate and lemon ice cream.
Enzo’s Hideaway also serves a variety of beverages include mocktails, cocktails, family-style beverages (21+), beer, and wines by the glass, but Sunday Supper diners are invited to bring their own bottle of wine without paying a corkage fee. While you’re not normally allowed to bring alcohol into the Disney Springs area, security will make an exception for Sunday Supper diners.
The restaurant is perfectly laid out for Sunday Supper families with booths and single family tables for smaller families who want to get cozy and long community tables for families who want to mingle or larger families who need more space.
Sunday Supper is $45 per person, but the meal includes lots of food. If this sounds like something your family would like to try, you can make Advanced Dining Reservations on MyDisneyExperience.
Sunday Supper – $45 at Enzo’s Hideaway, Disney Springs: Sounds good?