Terralina Crafted Italian, a new restaurant, will be coming to Disney Springs this fall.
The restaurant will fill the space of the former Portobello Country Italian Trattoria, which closed in April. James Beard Award-winning Chef Tony Mantuano, who was part of the Portobello team, is helping create the new menu, according to the Disney Parks Blog. Chef Justin Plank will also be back to run the kitchen.
The menu will include artisanal pizzas and fresh vegetable dishes. Two signature menu items include mussels and a grilled pork chop. Some of Portobello's most popular dishes will be found on the menu when Terralina opens, reports Disney.
“Focusing on the hearth of the kitchen dishes will embody the passion and flare of the flames,” said Mantuano on the blog.
Terralina's aesthetic is inspired by the design and lifestyle of Italy's Lake District, according to Disney. The site is undergoing multi-million dollar renovation. The space will feature an open kitchen, dining rooms with eclectic décor and a new veranda bar outside the main entrance.
“We are excited to have created Terralina Crafted Italian with a vision to deliver authentic food, hospitality and every last detail as part of a memorable guest experience,” said Andy Lansing, president and CEO of Levy Restaurants, who owns the restaurant.
The new eatery will be open for lunch and dinner.
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