The appetizer choices are reduced to chips with either salsa or one of two guacamoles, Chipotle Chicken Flautas, and Queso Fundido. Only one salad is being offered, with optional add-ons available for an additional cost. (Though in all fairness, the restaurant typically has only two salads on the menu.) The taco menu remains unchanged from its standard version.
Most notably, the items from the restaurant’s “Taste of Oaxaca” menu will not be available, nor will the Cochinita Pibil entree or Queso Añejo Mashed Potatoes side dish. On the dessert side, guests can still enjoy Cuatro Leches, though the remaining desserts have been replaced with soft serve ice cream, in Mexican vanilla (normally only available as a kids’ dessert), or Ancho Chile Chocolate.
Of course, if you want to toast the return of Disney Springs with an alcoholic libation, there’s no shortage of choices, with varieties of magaritas, tequila, sangria, cocktails, mezcal, wine and beer.