Centrico outdoor bar under canopy in Downtown Disney District

Construction Walls Down From Centrico, Paseo, and Tiendita in Downtown Disney District

Shannen Ace

The new Paseo, Céntrico, and Tiendita dining venues at Downtown Disney District are now open. Construction walls came down earlier this week, giving us our first look at the new concepts.


A view of Centrico in Downtown Disney District.

Céntrico is a bar in the courtyard outside Paseo. A wooden canopy featuring greenery covers the bar and seating areas. A short fence and concrete walls surround the venue.

A wide-angle view of Centrico in Downtown Disney District.

Céntrico replaces Uva Bar while Paseo replaces Catal. Along with Tiendita, a quick-service location, the concepts by Chef Carlos Gaytán will bring Mexican fare to the District.

A closer look at decor inside Centrico.

Straw-like lampshades hang from the canopy over tables, chairs, and benches. The columns of the canopy are black with wood paneling on two sides.

A view of seating inside Centrico.

The tables have white tops and black supports. The chairs have macrame covers.

A fire pit seating area at Centrico.

The concrete walls at the corners of the venue have built-in benches. These feature black and white animal print upholstery. They curve around fire pits.

These corners also have couches and armchairs with gray upholstery. Small gray tables sit between the seats.

Seating and the bar area at Centrico.

The front of the bar and waiter stations are orange.

The bar area of Centrico.

Glass cases above the bar house hundreds of bottles of liquor.

Céntrico serves tequila-based cocktails and Mexican cuisine, including quesabirrias, chicken enchiladas, and tlayuda (an Oaxacan shareable dish reminiscent of a pizza).

The wood canopy of Centrico.

Though the wooden canopy appears open between the wooden slats, black shades are on top to provide more cover.

A light-up Centrico sign.

A light-up Céntrico sign is above the bar.


The entrance to Tiendita, next to Pele Soccer.

Tiendita is located next to pelé soccer. This quick-service location offers street food staples like esquites (roasted corn), fish tacos, ice cream-stuffed chocolate tacos, chorizo breakfast burritos, and chilaquiles (marinated tortilla chips with egg).

The facade of Tiendita.

Tiendita is set into the curved building around the courtyard. It has wood slats and greenery in its ceiling, matching Céntrico. There are three self-ordering kiosks on the front of the counter.

A closer view of Tiendita.

The self-ordering kiosks have large screens and credit card machines. The front of the counter is white with a light-up strip.

A long-distance shot of Tiendita.

This entire space has been blocked by construction walls for months. There are still some construction materials but the open walkway helps distribute the Downtown Disney District crowds.


The entrance to Paseo.

Light-up Paseo signage is on the rounded marquee above the glass windows and doors of the entrance. When we visited a few days ago, the restaurant was not yet open and a sign blocked the entrance.

The Paseo menu includes colorful ceviches, Mama’s cochinita pibil (roasted marinated pork), lamb barbacoa, and mejillones (mussels).

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