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New Waterfront Eatery Opens at Downtown Disney Early May 2009

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    LAKE BUENA VISTA, Fla. -- Paradiso 37, a high-energy restaurant and bar featuring cuisine from North, South and Central America, welcomes guests to its table in May at Pleasure Island at Downtown Disney at Walt Disney World Resort.

    The lakeside eatery will offer a delectable variety of menu offerings representing the 37 countries of the Americas, plus an international wine bar, 37 varieties of tequila and 10 signature frozen margaritas.

    The new concept was developed by Orlando-based E-Brands Restaurant Group, a multi-concept restaurant group which currently owns and operates Timpano Chophouse, Samba Room, Taqueria Canonita, Aquaknox, David Burke, Salsa Orlando and Canonita Express in a number of locations across the United States.

    The lively Downtown Disney restaurant will feature nightly entertainment and will be open daily from 11 a.m. until late night.
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    Sounds interesting :yes:
    Will wait and see what the menu is like. I wonder what type of entertainment there will be.
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    :sigh: Sounds like another interesting place I never will visit. Unless they include some plain food on their menu. :sigh:
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    Taja, I go for all of the plain food too and used to avoid lots of restaurants which meant DH was missing out. However, I've found that where ever you go, they will accomodate you....leave off sauces or put them in a small bowl for you to try, swap an item for potato etc.
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    I just think that restaurants--particularly at a tourist destination such as WDW--should have a small "plain" menu. I don't like ordering off menu--the servers never know the price and I've been unacceptably surprised a few times.

    But that's me--I like things to be obvious! :rolleyes:

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