Arribas Brothers, Raglan Road, San Angel Inn, Frontera Cocina, and More Businesses in Walt Disney World Filed for Millions of Dollars in PPP Loans

In addition to Restaurant Marrakesh in the Morocco Pavilion at EPCOT, a number of other locations at Walt Disney World, including San Angel Inn at the Mexico Pavilion, also in EPCOT, plus Arribas Brothers, Raglan Road, Frontera Cocina, located in Disney Springs have filed for a Paycheck Protection Program, or PPP loans in light of COVID-19 related closures and impacts at each location.

The loans can now be viewed on the ProPublica “Coronavirus Bailouts” log, including totals for jobs retained and the loan amount. You can view each corporation or LLC’s loan file by clicking on the headers for each location:

Arribas Brothers (Various Locations)

San Angel Inn (Mexico Pavilion – EPCOT)

Cafe Rix (Disney’s Caribbean Beach Resort)

Wine Bar George (Disney Springs)

Raglan Road (Disney Springs)

Frontera Cocina (Disney Springs)

The Paycheck Protection Program is a loan designed to provide a direct incentive for small businesses to keep their workers on the payroll. These PPP loans were approved shortly after the wave of closures, throughout the month of April, and many of these locations have managed to reopen at some capacity with the phased reopening. All of these locations operate independently from Disney.

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Ashley G
Ashley G
7 months ago

Just curious… what’s the point of the article?

Tom Corless
7 months ago
Reply to  Ashley G

It’s news.