Three new restaurants are coming to Disney Springs next year

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PHOTO BY ROB BARTLETT
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Disney Springs is adding to its menu of Italian eateries.

Patina Restaurant Group, owners of Morimoto Asia, announced today that they will open Enzo's Hideaway and Pizza Ponte, early next year. As we previously reported, the group is also opening the traditional Italian trattoria, Maria & Enzo's in the same complex.



A statement released by the group describes Enzo's Hideaway as a "Roman- aparativo-inspired" speakeasy that pays homage to Florida's rum running history.

The prohibition theme extends to Maria and Enzo's, connecting to the restaurant through the building's rum-running tunnels. Expect foods like Bucatini alla Carbonara, a hollow spaghetti with creamy egg dish with pancetta sauce and Tonnarelli Cacio e Pepe, square-cut spaghetti with pecorino and black pepper.



Pizza Ponte, on the other hand, is a "fast-casual concept" that will offer savory and sweet options from Sicilian-style pizza by the slice, Triangolo (stuffed pizza bread) and Bomboloni Italian doughnuts, to Sfoglia di Riso rice cream pastry and a classic Tiramisu.

The new restaurants also come with the group's development of The Edison, a "Industrial Gothic" style bar and restaurant expected to open by the end of 2017.

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