Disney Springs Town Center Neighborhood

The Disney Springs Town Center Neighborhood is open with several recently added retail stores and new places to eat in Orlando. Nearly two dozen new retail stores are now open with several more on the way. In addition to shopping, seven new specialty dining opportunities are now open, with more opening soon. The entire neighborhood should be complete by the end of 2016.

Town Center is one of four neighborhoods located within Disney Springs. See our complete guide to Disney Springs for information about all of the neighborhoods.

Important to note is the fact that Town Center includes the official Welcome Center for Disney Springs. Here you can get theme park tickets, purchase Cirque du Soleil tickets, make dining and resort reservations, exchange foreign currency and other guest relation services. If you are looking for Disney answers, this is the place to go.

Disney Springs Town Center Neighborhood

New Places to Eat at Disney Springs Town Center Neighborhood

We are still waiting for the much-anticipated opening of STK Steakhouse. The restaurant has not opened yet, however, you can make a reservation for when it does open. Until then you can get your fill at these new places to eat at Disney Springs. Five of the seven newly opened eateries are located in Disney Springs Town Center Neighborhood. Wetzel’s Pretzel’s and Haagen Dazs ice cream still have venues at Disney Springs, they have be relocated across from Orlando Harley-Davidson on the West Side.

Since we’ve already covered Sprinkles (see this post) and D-Luxe Burger (see this post), let’s take look at the other newly opened places to eat in Orlando at Disney Springs.

Amorette’s Patisserie: A high-end pastry shop. Watch pastry chefs decorate signature cakes and enjoy macarons, pavlova, chocolate-chocolate chunk cookies and Amorette.

The Daily Poutine: This new dining option is a kiosk offering Poutines with four varieties of toppings. Poutine is a Canadian dish, originating in the province of Quebec, made with french fries and cheese curds usually topped with a light brown gravy. This kiosk will offer a classic gravy, Latin variation, Italian option and a French version.

YeSake: At this kiosk you can try a variety of sake, slushes and beer along with pulled pork and other dishes.

B.B. Wolf’s Sausage Co. (Marketplace): Another kiosk which offers artisan sausages created by Disney chefs. Choose from a Reuben, Portuguese, Bavarian, Sweet Hot or Italian Veggie Sausage. Each comes with a delicious combination of toppings.

Morimoto Asia Street Food (Landing Neighborhood): Don’t feel like eating inside? This new walk-up window on the patio offers many popular dishes. Order sushi, donburi rice bowls and bao tacos or other snacks.

Other New Additions to Town Center

Lime Parking GarageMore parking is now available at Disney Springs. In addition to the Orange Garage, the Lime Garage is now open. It is near the new water tower with the Disney Springs logo and provides great access to Disney Springs Town Center Neighborhood and the Marketplace. More parking garages are on the way. The parking area on the east end of the complex will be called Lemon. Three lots just west of the Orange garage will be called Watermelon, Grapefruit and Mango. The lot behind the Cirque du Soleil will be known as Strawberry.

Over the summer expect more retail stores and dining options to open in the Disney Springs Town Center Neighborhood. Retail tenants include many favorites and top-of-the-line merchandise, while others will be one-of-a-kind stores, such as the Trophy Room. A visit to Disney Springs can easily fill an entire day – if you like to shop. It is an experience unlike any other in Central Florida. And there is more to come!

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