As a rule, the best meals are those you share with family and friends. That’s the thought behind the new Sunday Supper menu at Enzo’s Hideaway Tunnel Bar in Disney Springs. Tucked away in the tunnels beneath “The Landing” district, the Italian restaurant takes on the backstory of a prohibition era bar now seeking the recognition it deserves. And it deserves quite a bit.
Despite the initial confines of the entryway tunnels, there’s really quite a bit of space down below. It leads to a little bit of an odd layout for a restaurant and bar combination, but there’s a cozy feel that fosters intimacy and a sense that the space has been lived-in with a history worth exploring, despite being pretty much brand new.
We made a short video to show you around:
Let’s get to the food. The Disney Blog was invited to a special family and friends preview for our review, but the menu we were served is same as the regular Sunday Supper dining experience.
Italian food with good friends and relatives shared family-style is the name of the game at Enzo’s Hideaway’s Sunday Supper. A Prix Fix experience at Disney Springs, this meal is BYOB and bring a big appetite too.
The meal starts with bread service and an antipasta board with salad. The salad is a refreshing large bowl of mixed market greens with sweet cherry tomatoes and apple slices. Dressing is a simple olive and balsamic oil blend that accentuates the flavor rather than masking it. The assortment of fresh cut Italian meats and cheeses was joined by some picked peppers, cauliflower, and artichoke hearts. It’s a lot of food, but just a hint of what’s to come.
The meat course with oven roasted fingerling potatoes and seasonal vegetables are brought to the table along with a large bowl of Rigatoni with a house marinara for sauce. All the meats are brought in mixed bowls. So if there’s something you know you can’t eat at your table, talk to your server when you’re seated. In one bowl is the roasted chicken and the vegetables and the other are three meats (wagyu short rib, sweet and spicy sausage, and giant meatballs) in an Italian red sauce. Note: If you want salmon, order it early in your meal as it is cooked to guest preference.
One of everybody’s concerns is about the quantity of food. It’s served family-style and portions are based on how many people are sitting at your table. If your table loved something enough that you want more, you can ask your server for another portion. Just be sure to leave room for dessert.
On our visit dessert consisted of a trio of house specialties. Tiramisu, Cannoli, and chocolate and lemon ice cream.
It was hard to pick a favorite, but our table found the Wagyu Short Rib to be very tender and full of flavor. The antipasta board was very generous, we brought a bunch home with us, and by the time we got to the desserts we were so full all we could do was sample it.
While Enzo’s Hideaway has a wonderfully diverse list of wines and a well-curated list of speciality beverages, not to mention a full bar, Sunday Supper is a Bring your own Beverage affair with no no corkage fee. If you like sharing wine with your table, we definitely recommend bringing in your own bottle of your favorites. When you’re done be sure to end the night with a toast to great family and friends with a shot of Limoncello.
Aside from one or two odd table placements (I would not want to be seated at the group table that is bathroom adjacent), Enzo’s Hideaway is a hidden gem waiting to be discovered at Disney Springs. The family-style Sunday Supper is priced at $45 an adult and $19 for children 9 and under, very favorably priced and comparable with Disney’s popular buffet or all-you-care-to-eat options. If you’re on the Disney Dining Plan it’s just 1 dining credit. In our mind that makes Sunday Supper the best value on property for a weekend meal.