As January comes to a close, it’s time to start really getting into the groove of 2019. While the four Walt Disney World theme parks have begun celebrating 90 Years of Mickey Mouse, The International Festival of the Arts, 30 Years of Disney’s Hollywood Studios, and the 25th Anniversary of The Lion King, Disney Springs is kicking into high gear with some special food offerings and dining events.
Terralina Crafted Italian will be hosting its first Wine Dinner of the year on Wednesday, January 23, where guests will be treated to an exclusive four-course dinner paired with expert wines. The event tickets cost $75 per guest and additional details for the event can be found on the registration page.
Also taking place at Terralina is a special Valentine’s Day Dinner. While this event obviously won’t take place until February 14, guests can start planning now for a special dinner at $100 per couple. The meal includes a bottle of Sparkling Le Dolci Colline Rose Spumante, a refreshing bubbly drink to celebrate the special occasion.
Next door at Paddlefish executive chef Steve Richard is spilling some secrets behind popular dishes served in the restaurant. During the Seafood Secrets Cooking Class, which takes place on January 25, guests will be able to attend a rooftop cooking class for just $60 per guest. Additional details, as well as tickets, can be found on the event page.
Maybe cooking isn’t your thing and you would rather relax and enjoy a nice glass, or two, of wine. Well, on the second Tuesday of each month Paddlefish will be continuing their Rooftop Wine Experience, which allows guests to try various elegant wines selected by a team of sommeliers. February’s event will focus on wines of Napa, but no two events will be the same as in March the event will focus on wines of Burgundy. Registration and additional information can be found by following the link here.
Last but not least, Paddlefish wants guests to know that Buzz Pop Cocktails are still being offered. These delicious alcoholic push pops come in a variety of flavors and offer guests 21 and over a fun way to revisit a nostalgic treat from childhood.
It sounds like there’s no shortage of new and exciting things to do if you’re in the Disney Springs area and you love a good meal or drink.