The Wolfgang Puck Bar & Grill is now open at Disney Springs. California cuisine has returned to Disney World from the one and only Chef Wolfgang Puck with his signature dishes and cocktails. After a family movie night to watch Ralph Breaks the Internet, we popped over to have a nice family dinner and check out the newest restaurant at Disney Springs.
Wolfgang Puck Bar & Grill is located near the AMC theatre and Orange parking garage. It was nice just walking right out of the theatre and right over to the restaurant, especially with the toddler in tow (sans stroller). But if you want something to satisfy your sweet tooth or a fun drink, stop by their walk-up gelato bar. They offer a wide range of gelato flavors and toppings plus sorbet.
Watching this restaurant go through the build process and finally get to walk through the doors was wonderful. It is gorgeous. With rustic Californian touches, it is open and airy.
No matter your preference or palate, the drink menu has something for everyone, even mocktails. Also, the wine menu is extensive.
Show Me Love – $12
Show me love is created with Sobieski vodka, St.Germain liquor, lychee, and lime. I LOVE lychee after all the years we lived in Hawaii. It is hard to find anything made with lychee outside of the islands, though. I was ecstatic when I saw it on the menu. This West Coast inspired cocktail is sweet and smooth.
Pins & Needles – $15
Pins & Needles comes together with Tanqueray “10” gin, rosemary, and cucumber. This drink was so refreshing and smooth. I am usually not a fan of gin, but this has changed my mind on that.
Barrel Aged Old-Fashioned- $12
The old-fashioned is barrel aged for 30 days. This classic drink is made with Buffalo Trace bourbon, Michter’s rye, and Demerara sugar. My husband is STILL talking about this. This is his new obsession.
The dinner menu features dishes that are fresh and light. The menu really highlights the Californian flare and brings the West Coast here to Disney World.
After orders were placed, our meal began with a beautiful plate of focaccia. It is nice to change up the classic dinner roll. Not to mention, these were freshly made and served with a wonderful olive oil for dipping.
Seared Florida Red Snapper – $33
Using fresh local ingredients is always a win in my book. When I saw the Seared Florida Red Snapper on the menu, I had to have it. Perfectly seared, the red snapper is served with ‘aqua pazza’, clams, olives, mussels, and fingerling potatoes. If you love seafood, then order this!
Chicken Schnitzel – $27
Raised in a German household, my husband loves schnitzel. He said his oma would approve of this chicken schnitzel! Crispy on the outside and juicy on the inside, just the way it should be. It is served with marinated tomatoes, fingerling potatoes, dill cucumbers, and mache.
With ample choices for even the pickiest child, the kid’s menu is great.
Cheeseburger – $11
This is not your average kid’s cheeseburger and fries. On a freshly toasted bun, a juicy burger patty is smothered in American cheese, lettuce, and red onion. My son gobbled it right up!
Cheese Pizza- $10
When this cheese pizza came out, I thought it was an adult pie. This is real pizza. I mean look at that crust. When my toddler was not looking I snuck a slice aka mommy tax. It is amazing!
When your toddler, tween, and husband all give an ecstatic thumbs up, you know the restaurant is a winner! My family thoroughly enjoyed the new Wolfgang Puck Bar & Grill at Disney Springs. The service and food were spectacular. To find out more information and book your reservations, click here. Are you excited to try this new dining experience on your next trip to Walt Disney World? Post in the comments below. Stay hungry Disney friends!