The Walt Disney World Swan and Dolphin collection of restaurants is about to get a little spicy with the addition of Rosa Mexicano in early 2023.
About the Restaurant
Rosa Mexicano, will be managed by Manuel Trevino, Vice President of Culinary, and will showcase a contemporary interpretation of authentic Mexican cuisine, according to the brand, including beloved classics and innovative, sophisticated dishes that pay tribute to Mexico’s richly varied culinary regions.
The restaurant will also feature Rosa Mexicano’s renowned beverage program, which boasts over 100 varieties of tequila and agave-based spirits, including the restaurant’s signature frozen pomegranate margarita (named the best in New York City).
The 5,500-square-foot restaurant will offer various seating areas with capacity of about 300 guests, including a 30-person bar and a beautiful private dining room for 50.
The brand currently has locations in New York, Pennsylvania, Massachusetts, New Jersey and Maryland, as well as upcoming openings in Connecticut, Virginia, North Carolina and Las Vegas,
“Rosa Mexicano is the perfect partner to enhance our current dining options,” said Sean Verney, Area General Manager of the Walt Disney World Swan and Dolphin.
“We pride ourselves on offering the best quality restaurant experiences for our hotel guests as well as local Orlando residents, and Rosa Mexicano delivers on that promise. We’re excited to be home to their first Florida location starting in early 2023.”
Rosa Mexicano will be located in the Walt Disney World Dolphin, replacing the current restaurant Fresh Mediterranean Market.
No word on when Fresh will close, but when we hear a date, we’ll let you know.
Guests can receive a first taste of Rosa Mexicano this fall during the Swan and Dolphin Food & Wine Classic, which takes place November 11 & 12, where the restaurant will feature a tasting station during the popular annual festival.
For tickets, visit SwanDolphinFoodandWineClassic.com.
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