Paddlefish and Terralina Crafted Italian at Disney Springs to Lay Off Over 140 Employees

If you’ve been to Disney Springs recently, you’ve noticed that a number of restaurants and retailers have been experiencing slow business due to the rise in COVID-19 cases across the state. With fewer guests traveling and a stark decrease in revenue, two popular Disney Springs restaurants will be cutting hours and terminating employees in the coming months.

According to the Orlando Business Journal, the two Levy Restaurants will be eliminating a total of 143 jobs on August 1st, with 83 positions eliminated at Paddlefish and 56 positions eliminated at Terralina. The remaining 128 employees will see their hours cut.

These job terminations are permanent, however employees are encouraged to reapply for future positions.

Source: Orlando Business Journal

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Robert
Robert
2 months ago

No, the reason they’re experiencing significantly reduced crowds is because 1) nobody wants to go to Disney property JUST for food (unless they’re a YouTube channel that frequently does food reviews) and 2) nobody wants to go to Disney when they’re charging you everything but the clothes on your back for much less fun and magic and 3) GREED!!!!!! If they lower prices, expand hours, and make perks meaningful again, you know what would happen? Yeah, more business!

Last edited 2 months ago by Robert