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José Andrés Is Opening a Restaurant in Disney World

José Andrés Is Opening a Restaurant in Disney World



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Andrés follows other well-known celebrity chefs who are arriving in the House of Mouse

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The new Disney Springs is attracting a lot of big names.

Ever since Disney announced the completion of Orlando’s Disney Springs (formerly Downtown Disney) in 2015, the new shopping and dining complex has attracted a whole host of famous celebrity chefs. The latest chef to join the Disney lineup is José Andrés, who will be opening an outpost of Jaleo in 2018, according to BizJournals.

The space is being billed as Jaleo’s largest location to date, and will feature traditional but casual Spanish cuisine like tapas, paella, seafood, jamón ibérico de Bellota, and wood-grilled pork ibérico, as well as a grab-n-go counter for takeout sandwiches. Jaleo originally opened in Washington, D.C. — Andres’ home turf.

Chef Andrés is not the only chef opening a new location at the Happiest (and hungriest) Place on Earth. In 2018, another Wolfgang Puck restaurant, Wolfgang Puck Bar & Grill, will join Jaleo in Disney Springs and will feature Mediterranean comfort food. Chef Tony Mantuano of Top Chef is also planning a project in Disney Springs. His restaurant will open later in 2017.

Planning a visit to Orlando? Don’t leave before you check out our Disney World for Food Lovers slideshow.


Disney: a New Dining Destination?

Depending on whom you ask, adults included, Walt Disney World and Disneyland in Florida and California respectively are either the ultimate fantasy getaways or tourist-clogged, superficial hellscapes. One thing they’re certainly not known for is a platitude of quality dining options.

But, this week it’s been announced that both Wolfgang Puck and José Andrés will be opening outposts of their restaurant empires at Walt Disney World. As the Malay Mail Online reports, Puck’s Wolfgang Puck Bar & Grill and another of Andrés’s flagship Jaleo restaurants are slated to open at Disney Springs, the Florida park’s outdoor retail and entertainment complex in 2018.

This follows the launch of a $15,000 dining experience at Disneyland, California, which is also home to an exclusive secret dining club. Disney is of course no stranger to the goings on in high gastronomy, having previously collaborated with Ferran Adrià on a children’s cookbook.

So, will we see a Michelin star at a Disney park in the future, or the great and good of French gastronomy clamouring for a piece of Disneyland Paris? It’ll be interesting to see whether Disney can become an irony-free dining destination in its own right.


Disney: a New Dining Destination?

Depending on whom you ask, adults included, Walt Disney World and Disneyland in Florida and California respectively are either the ultimate fantasy getaways or tourist-clogged, superficial hellscapes. One thing they’re certainly not known for is a platitude of quality dining options.

But, this week it’s been announced that both Wolfgang Puck and José Andrés will be opening outposts of their restaurant empires at Walt Disney World. As the Malay Mail Online reports, Puck’s Wolfgang Puck Bar & Grill and another of Andrés’s flagship Jaleo restaurants are slated to open at Disney Springs, the Florida park’s outdoor retail and entertainment complex in 2018.

This follows the launch of a $15,000 dining experience at Disneyland, California, which is also home to an exclusive secret dining club. Disney is of course no stranger to the goings on in high gastronomy, having previously collaborated with Ferran Adrià on a children’s cookbook.

So, will we see a Michelin star at a Disney park in the future, or the great and good of French gastronomy clamouring for a piece of Disneyland Paris? It’ll be interesting to see whether Disney can become an irony-free dining destination in its own right.


Disney: a New Dining Destination?

Depending on whom you ask, adults included, Walt Disney World and Disneyland in Florida and California respectively are either the ultimate fantasy getaways or tourist-clogged, superficial hellscapes. One thing they’re certainly not known for is a platitude of quality dining options.

But, this week it’s been announced that both Wolfgang Puck and José Andrés will be opening outposts of their restaurant empires at Walt Disney World. As the Malay Mail Online reports, Puck’s Wolfgang Puck Bar & Grill and another of Andrés’s flagship Jaleo restaurants are slated to open at Disney Springs, the Florida park’s outdoor retail and entertainment complex in 2018.

This follows the launch of a $15,000 dining experience at Disneyland, California, which is also home to an exclusive secret dining club. Disney is of course no stranger to the goings on in high gastronomy, having previously collaborated with Ferran Adrià on a children’s cookbook.

So, will we see a Michelin star at a Disney park in the future, or the great and good of French gastronomy clamouring for a piece of Disneyland Paris? It’ll be interesting to see whether Disney can become an irony-free dining destination in its own right.


Disney: a New Dining Destination?

Depending on whom you ask, adults included, Walt Disney World and Disneyland in Florida and California respectively are either the ultimate fantasy getaways or tourist-clogged, superficial hellscapes. One thing they’re certainly not known for is a platitude of quality dining options.

But, this week it’s been announced that both Wolfgang Puck and José Andrés will be opening outposts of their restaurant empires at Walt Disney World. As the Malay Mail Online reports, Puck’s Wolfgang Puck Bar & Grill and another of Andrés’s flagship Jaleo restaurants are slated to open at Disney Springs, the Florida park’s outdoor retail and entertainment complex in 2018.

This follows the launch of a $15,000 dining experience at Disneyland, California, which is also home to an exclusive secret dining club. Disney is of course no stranger to the goings on in high gastronomy, having previously collaborated with Ferran Adrià on a children’s cookbook.

So, will we see a Michelin star at a Disney park in the future, or the great and good of French gastronomy clamouring for a piece of Disneyland Paris? It’ll be interesting to see whether Disney can become an irony-free dining destination in its own right.


Disney: a New Dining Destination?

Depending on whom you ask, adults included, Walt Disney World and Disneyland in Florida and California respectively are either the ultimate fantasy getaways or tourist-clogged, superficial hellscapes. One thing they’re certainly not known for is a platitude of quality dining options.

But, this week it’s been announced that both Wolfgang Puck and José Andrés will be opening outposts of their restaurant empires at Walt Disney World. As the Malay Mail Online reports, Puck’s Wolfgang Puck Bar & Grill and another of Andrés’s flagship Jaleo restaurants are slated to open at Disney Springs, the Florida park’s outdoor retail and entertainment complex in 2018.

This follows the launch of a $15,000 dining experience at Disneyland, California, which is also home to an exclusive secret dining club. Disney is of course no stranger to the goings on in high gastronomy, having previously collaborated with Ferran Adrià on a children’s cookbook.

So, will we see a Michelin star at a Disney park in the future, or the great and good of French gastronomy clamouring for a piece of Disneyland Paris? It’ll be interesting to see whether Disney can become an irony-free dining destination in its own right.


Disney: a New Dining Destination?

Depending on whom you ask, adults included, Walt Disney World and Disneyland in Florida and California respectively are either the ultimate fantasy getaways or tourist-clogged, superficial hellscapes. One thing they’re certainly not known for is a platitude of quality dining options.

But, this week it’s been announced that both Wolfgang Puck and José Andrés will be opening outposts of their restaurant empires at Walt Disney World. As the Malay Mail Online reports, Puck’s Wolfgang Puck Bar & Grill and another of Andrés’s flagship Jaleo restaurants are slated to open at Disney Springs, the Florida park’s outdoor retail and entertainment complex in 2018.

This follows the launch of a $15,000 dining experience at Disneyland, California, which is also home to an exclusive secret dining club. Disney is of course no stranger to the goings on in high gastronomy, having previously collaborated with Ferran Adrià on a children’s cookbook.

So, will we see a Michelin star at a Disney park in the future, or the great and good of French gastronomy clamouring for a piece of Disneyland Paris? It’ll be interesting to see whether Disney can become an irony-free dining destination in its own right.


Disney: a New Dining Destination?

Depending on whom you ask, adults included, Walt Disney World and Disneyland in Florida and California respectively are either the ultimate fantasy getaways or tourist-clogged, superficial hellscapes. One thing they’re certainly not known for is a platitude of quality dining options.

But, this week it’s been announced that both Wolfgang Puck and José Andrés will be opening outposts of their restaurant empires at Walt Disney World. As the Malay Mail Online reports, Puck’s Wolfgang Puck Bar & Grill and another of Andrés’s flagship Jaleo restaurants are slated to open at Disney Springs, the Florida park’s outdoor retail and entertainment complex in 2018.

This follows the launch of a $15,000 dining experience at Disneyland, California, which is also home to an exclusive secret dining club. Disney is of course no stranger to the goings on in high gastronomy, having previously collaborated with Ferran Adrià on a children’s cookbook.

So, will we see a Michelin star at a Disney park in the future, or the great and good of French gastronomy clamouring for a piece of Disneyland Paris? It’ll be interesting to see whether Disney can become an irony-free dining destination in its own right.


Disney: a New Dining Destination?

Depending on whom you ask, adults included, Walt Disney World and Disneyland in Florida and California respectively are either the ultimate fantasy getaways or tourist-clogged, superficial hellscapes. One thing they’re certainly not known for is a platitude of quality dining options.

But, this week it’s been announced that both Wolfgang Puck and José Andrés will be opening outposts of their restaurant empires at Walt Disney World. As the Malay Mail Online reports, Puck’s Wolfgang Puck Bar & Grill and another of Andrés’s flagship Jaleo restaurants are slated to open at Disney Springs, the Florida park’s outdoor retail and entertainment complex in 2018.

This follows the launch of a $15,000 dining experience at Disneyland, California, which is also home to an exclusive secret dining club. Disney is of course no stranger to the goings on in high gastronomy, having previously collaborated with Ferran Adrià on a children’s cookbook.

So, will we see a Michelin star at a Disney park in the future, or the great and good of French gastronomy clamouring for a piece of Disneyland Paris? It’ll be interesting to see whether Disney can become an irony-free dining destination in its own right.


Disney: a New Dining Destination?

Depending on whom you ask, adults included, Walt Disney World and Disneyland in Florida and California respectively are either the ultimate fantasy getaways or tourist-clogged, superficial hellscapes. One thing they’re certainly not known for is a platitude of quality dining options.

But, this week it’s been announced that both Wolfgang Puck and José Andrés will be opening outposts of their restaurant empires at Walt Disney World. As the Malay Mail Online reports, Puck’s Wolfgang Puck Bar & Grill and another of Andrés’s flagship Jaleo restaurants are slated to open at Disney Springs, the Florida park’s outdoor retail and entertainment complex in 2018.

This follows the launch of a $15,000 dining experience at Disneyland, California, which is also home to an exclusive secret dining club. Disney is of course no stranger to the goings on in high gastronomy, having previously collaborated with Ferran Adrià on a children’s cookbook.

So, will we see a Michelin star at a Disney park in the future, or the great and good of French gastronomy clamouring for a piece of Disneyland Paris? It’ll be interesting to see whether Disney can become an irony-free dining destination in its own right.


Disney: a New Dining Destination?

Depending on whom you ask, adults included, Walt Disney World and Disneyland in Florida and California respectively are either the ultimate fantasy getaways or tourist-clogged, superficial hellscapes. One thing they’re certainly not known for is a platitude of quality dining options.

But, this week it’s been announced that both Wolfgang Puck and José Andrés will be opening outposts of their restaurant empires at Walt Disney World. As the Malay Mail Online reports, Puck’s Wolfgang Puck Bar & Grill and another of Andrés’s flagship Jaleo restaurants are slated to open at Disney Springs, the Florida park’s outdoor retail and entertainment complex in 2018.

This follows the launch of a $15,000 dining experience at Disneyland, California, which is also home to an exclusive secret dining club. Disney is of course no stranger to the goings on in high gastronomy, having previously collaborated with Ferran Adrià on a children’s cookbook.

So, will we see a Michelin star at a Disney park in the future, or the great and good of French gastronomy clamouring for a piece of Disneyland Paris? It’ll be interesting to see whether Disney can become an irony-free dining destination in its own right.