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Touring Downtown Disney can be a hit or miss experience for food lovers. Some locations offer the same tired food options you can get anywhere, some have that chain experience, while others attempt to break free from the mold and … Continue reading
Portobello Restaurant at Downtown Disney Orlando is introducing a cute new promotion – Meatball Mondays. Visit Downtown Disney and see the new hit movie Cloudy with a Chance of Meatballs then present your movie receipt to receive 50% off any … Continue reading
I’d like to welcome Kevin Yee as a guest author to The Disney Blog. Opened in 1989 as an inaugural part of Pleasure Island, the Portobello Yacht Club maintained the backstory of shipping magnate Merriweather Pleasure, whose warehouses were decimated … Continue reading
Those who were following my short tweetfest from Downtown Disney last night probably caught my mention of the new look, and lovely scent, of Portobello. The restaurant, which sits between Pleasure Island and the Downtown Disney Marketplace, has recently completed … Continue reading