As we reported earlier today, both Yachtsman Steakhouse at Disney’s Yacht Club Resort and Toledo – Tapas, Steak & Seafood at Disney’s Coronado Springs Resort will reopen August 5. Disney has published the dinner menu for each location. Let’s take a look at the reopening menus.
The first course options have been trimmed. The charcuterie board and beet salad are no longer available.
Chef’s Signature Offerings
Both the porterhouse and Admiral’s Tower for two remain on the menu.
Butcher’s Cuts and Enchancements
Four cuts are available, including filet mignon, New York strip, prime rib, and rib-eye. Each is served with either mashed potatoes, potato-leek gratin, or house-made french fries. Those looking for a bit more can order Oscar-style or half Maine lobster enhancements.
Land and Sea Entrées
In addition to steak, Yachtsman Steakhouse offers pork chops, seafood cioppino, sweet potato and seasonal mushroom dumplings, pan-seared golden tilefish, and Peruvian-barbecued chicken.
Sides include classic steakhouse options like creamed spinach, roasted mushrooms, and truffle fries.
In addition to the previously available Yachtsman’s chocolate cake, pineapple and coconut tart, strawberry shortcake, and crème brûlée have been added.
Toledo – Tapas, Steak & Seafood
Tapas and Starters
Guests can start the meal off with one or more of the seven available tapas and starters. The Spaniard for Two is an artisanal charcuterie board.
Chef’s Signature Dinner for Two
The Chef’s Signature Dinner for Two includes two starters, a Chuletón bone-in rib-eye, and “The Toledo Tapas Bar Dessert,” which is a selection of desserts. The dinner costs $129.
Entrées range in price from $28 for rioja-braised chicken to $89 for the Chuletón bone-in rib-eye.
Seven sides are available. Plant-based options include braised Brussels sprouts, gigante beans, and blistered shishito peppers.
The Toledo Tapas Bar dessert platter is available on its own. Other desserts are chocolate-avocado mousse, classic crema catalana, and ‘café con leche’ choux.