New to Disney Springs: Enzo’s Hideaway

Last month I started discussing the three new restaurants/bars that would be joining Disney Springs with a special introduction to The Edison. This month I am going to focus on Enzo’s Hideaway Tunnel Bar and Restaurant. Previously the restaurant was advertised on the WDW website that it would be opening in the Winter, luck has it that it’s actually opened a few weeks ago.

Enzo’s Hideaway is another lounge option for adults to check out for a Prohibition feel. Although it may feel like you will just be going for the cocktails, they do have a full-service menu as well. Tucked away with the other new restaurants and lounges that have come to Disney Springs, you will find Enzo’s Hideaway through a few tunnels that opens up to a bigger area. I have heard comments on the “feel” of the lounge. Some people feel as though with their “prohibition” advertising that it should be darker in the restaurant. From the pictures I’ve seen it looks like the owners and creators have themed it very well. Besides the décor, let’s get to the more important information: the food and beverages!

Lunch and dinner are both served, and as mentioned before they are full-service menus. After glancing over the Italian-style menu I think the things I would most like to try are:

  • Zuppa di Paste e Fagioli
  • Bucatini alla Carbonara (pasta with pecorino and pancetta)
  • Brasato al Barolo Polenta (beef short rib and polenta)
  • Meat and cheese platter to share
  • Cannoli gelati sundae
  • Tiramisu

Their beverage menu includes a family style option that serves 2-4 people for $36 regardless of the drink option you choose. There are four options, one of which is sangria, two options include rum and the forth option has prosecco with vodka and sage (this sounds delicious and refreshing). They have a great variety of cocktails listed under “Giggle Water” (an appropriate name). Whether you are a fan of vodka, scotch, rum or bourbon there is a cocktail for you to try. You can also try a spirit from the “Enzo’s Smugled and Stashed Collection,” which features the infamous Remy Martin cognac. If you aren’t a prohibition-style cocktail fan, there is beer, mocktails and specialty beverages. There seems to be something for everyone.

Enzo’s Hideaway is open daily, Sunday-Thursday 11:30a-10p and Friday-Saturday 11:30a-11p (hours are subject to change). The Tunnel bar is open later depending on the day. I’m hoping to check out Enzo’s Hideaway next time we are down in WDW, if you go before I do leave me a comment on your thoughts!

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