Apologies to our Canadian friends, US Thanksgiving is November 24thth this year. In the highly competitive world of restaurants, several locations in the Disney Springs area will serve Thanksgiving-style fare that day. I’m sure more information from other restaurants will be published. But for now, restaurants in Italy and Ireland have decided to offer Thanksgiving-style menus on November 24th.thOne Asian restaurant is also offering offerings for Thanksgiving this year. Another traditional American restaurant caters to your Thanksgiving Day meal cravings.
Several Patina Restaurant Group locations operating in the Disney Springs area have announced Thanksgiving menu items. Patina operates many Italian-themed restaurants at Walt Disney World. For example, Maria & Enzo (and Enzo’s Hideaway) offer Thanksgiving specials with an Italian twist. Examples of Thanksgiving-specific menu items on offer include:
Frittelle di Zucca ($19) Pumpkin ricotta fritters, cacio e pepe zabaglione
Porchetta di Tacchino ($39): Heritage Turkey, Crispy Pancetta, Brussels Sprouts, Polenta “Dressing”, Butternut Squash Cranberry Agro Dolce
Pumpkin Cheesecake ($16): Graham cracker crust with orange salted caramel.
Not to be outdone, Edison is completely selling Thanksgiving meals. According to their marketing, you can join them for a traditional Thanksgiving meal this holiday season. With gothic décor and nostalgic entertainment, dine on a traditional Thanksgiving turkey breast with stuffing, green beans, mashed potatoes, cranberry sauce, and more as you soak in the thrills of the 1920s. Fees are $39 for adults and $18 for children 9 and under.
As a surprise addition to the Thanksgiving options (at least for me), Morimoto Asia, also run by Patina, offers a special fusion-style Thanksgiving meal. You can enjoy it. Fees are $45 for adults and $20 for children under 10.
Additionally, Raglan Road unveiled its Thanksgiving menu. Irish restaurants tend to offer unique Thanksgiving meals. Guests here can enjoy Thanksgiving dinner with an Irish twist. Dinners include roasted turkey, mashed potatoes and gravy, honey-crusted carrots, bacon-seared Brussels sprouts, and sausage-and-walnut stuffing. Thanksgiving dinner is served from 11 AM to 10:30 PM. Fees are $38 for adults and $18 for children.
To round out this list, head to City Works Eatery and Pour House. Starting at 10am on Thanksgiving Day, they offer a special menu. The menu includes herb-roasted turkey ($40 adults, $20 children 10 and under) and slow-roasted prime rib ($45). City Works will sell side dishes à la carte for $8 each.
As always, Disney Springs has plenty of dining options. We certainly missed out on some Thanksgiving options inside Disney Springs. Feel free to leave a comment if you know what I missed. As always, eat like you mean it!
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