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Enzo’s Hideaway and the Other Hidden Restaurant at Disney Springs

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The Governor’s Conference fell over my birthday and we decided to head over to Disney Springs and try a restaurant, Enzo’s Hideaway, that was recommended by a local resident at the conference.

Finding It

Enzo’s Hideaway is underneath another restaurant,  nicely tucked away. In fact, we walked by it and around it and could not see the entrance! That made it all the more intriguing. After, finding the stairs to head down we went into this cave-like entrance where a friendly receptionist greets us and tells us our table will be ready shortly.

When you enter the restaurant it is dark. The walls seem out of character for an Italian restaurant. On the website, it states it has Roman food and Prohibition-themed cocktails in an aged-looking space-themed as a rum-runner tunnel. The artwork was entertaining to read while we waited for our table. As a result, our wait time did not seem that long.

Enzo’s Hideaway Disney Springs
Enzo’s Hideaway Disney Springs
Wine Bucket Enzo’s Hideaway Disney Springs
Enzo’s Hideaway Disney Springs
Prohibition Decor Enzo’s Hideaway Disney Springs
Diners Enzo’s Hideaway Disney Springs

We decided to head to the restroom and had to walk all the way through. When we finally got there we soon realized we were in another hidden restaurant!

The Edison

The Edison is a themed restaurant that features Edison Era fixtures from the Industrial Age. It was pretty cool but I was so confused! We realized the two restaurants share a restroom area and headed back to the receptionist to get our table at Enzo’s. I snapped a few photos of The Edison that you can check out since it had such a unique decor.

The Edison Disney Springs
The Edison Disney Springs
Entrance into the Edison from Enzo’s Hideaway
The Edison Disney Springs
Industrial Age Decor at the Edison Disney Springs
The Edison at Disney Springs

Back to Enzo’s we go and we were seated right in the middle of the restaurant where we were able to see everything.

Enzo’s Hideaway Disney Springs

Back to Enzo’s

Dinner started with a glass of wine and freshly baked Italian Bread with herbs and olive oil. Jamie and I love to share. I certainly had eaten enough on this trip and had no interest in stuffing myself. Because of this, we opted for their fresh fish of the day but it was already sold out. We decided to order appetizers and a beet salad. I am glad we did as that was plenty for us.

Everything had a unique twist to it. Since it was different, we ordered the chicken wings and instead of blue cheese, they had put a gorgonzola cheese sauce with them. DELICIOUS and different which is something I always look for when dining out!

Chicken Wings at Enzo’s Hideaway Disney Springs

Next, we opted for the Fried Mozzarella. The twist? It had a delicious pesto under the cheese that gave it a lot of extra flavors. The red sauce was amazing as well. Another win!

Fried Cheese at Enzo’s Hideaway Disney Springs

Again, that pesto! It was under the beet salad which by itself was delicious and refreshing.

Beet Salad Enzo’s Hideaway Disney Springs

Enzo’s was delicious! I was dying to try their fresh fish, we did not leave disappointed. If you have a craving for Italian, this is the place to go.

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Tricia worked in the financial services industry for over 20 years before deciding to divorce the corporate world in 2018. Tricia retired early so she could travel with her husband Jack (the Boomer) and Bo, their German Shepherd. They enjoy finding new experiences together and spending time with their family.

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