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Patina Restaurant Group officially opened Tutto Gusto Wine Cellar and re-opened Tutto Italia at Epcot earlier today. Located in a reproduction of the Medici Palace in the Italy pavilion, the new wine cellar is a space that was “discovered” as Tutto Italia was being built. This “unearthed treasure” features 200 Italian wines and a selection of authentic Italian small plates. “Tutto Gusto offers a refreshing place to relax and sample authentic tastes of Italy during a day at Epcot,” said restaurateur and CEO of Patina Restaurant Group, Nick Valenti. “It is a welcome addition to the popular dining options at the Italy pavilion.” “We are always looking at ways to keep Epcot fresh and vibrant for our Guests,” said Erin [...]
From Pam Brandon on the Disney Parks Blog: With an opening set for early May, here’s a sneak peek at Tutto Gusto, the new wine bar adjacent to Tutto Italia Ristorante in the Italy Pavilion at Epcot that’s sure to be a new World Showcase hot spot. Gusto takes over the former lobby space of Tutto Italia and extends back toward Via Napoli. The 96-seat Tutto Gusto will be a more intimate space, with décor inspired by an Italian wine cellar with stone walls and floors, and vaulted ceilings and a fireplace in the dining room. Hours will be 11:30 a.m. to 9 p.m. The chefs have created a small-plate menu that takes guests on a fabulous culinary tour of Italy. There are six sections and all [...]
WDWNT Reporter Adam Roth visited Disney’s Animal Kingdom and Epcot on Friday and has some noteworthy photos to share with us, so let’s take a look: One of the rock arches is being rebuilt in the Oasis Major reconstruction Could we refurb this please? This water fits the theme, but it is disgusting… Waterfalls running at Everest Is this photo from 1971? The steam is still working Well, he moves more than Harold… The new Disney Vacation Club logo is everywhere now On to Epcot where the old Alfredo’s facade is being ripped apart in the long-delayed remodeling of Tutto Italia This makes me want to cry… The quick serve window is open at Via Napoli to accommodate guests Mmmmmm… [...]
WDWNT Reporter Adam Roth visited Epcot yesterday and took a TON of newsworthy photos to share with us, so let’s take a look: The RFID ticket test is over for now while they work out the bugs… They should be back soon The holiday topiary display is up Bambi Stitch bit the card… No line for Spaceship Earth Holiday floral behind Spaceship Earth The tip board still works! It now sports a Holidays Around the World image Club Cool has been decorated for the holidays Joyful! is back Another set of topiaries by the fountain New sign outside of Kim Possible World showcase Adventure kiosks The Epcot Christmas tree is up More decorations Canada is still behind tarps No Off [...]
WDWNT Reporter Robert Ashburn visited Epcot on Wednesday and has quite a few newsworthy photos to share with us: Welcome to Epcot
WDWNT Reporter Josh Siegel visited Epcot earlier today and has a number of newsworthy photos to share with us from his trip: Food and Wine Festival on-going of course!
Disney Pincast and Vinylmation Station reporter Cody Smith visited Epcot yesterday and has some newsworthy photos to share with us: Hacienda de San Angel is nearing completion
The grand opening ceremony and media event for the new restaurant in the Italy pavilion, “Via Napoli”, was held yesterday at Epcot and Robert Ashburn was there to cover all of the excitement for WDWNT. Let’s take a look at the festivities, beginning with some Disney provided photos: Mickey Mouse; Dan Cockerell, Vice President of Epcot; Clay Shoemaker, Walt Disney World Ambassador; Nick Valenti, CEO of Patina Restaurant Group; Joachim Splichal, Founder and Chairman of Patina Restaurant Group; and Minnie Mouse celebrate Aug. 5, 2010 during the grand opening of Via Napoli in the Italy pavilion at Epcot World Showcase. (Gene Duncan, photographer)
WDWNT Reporter Josh Siegel brings us pictures from inside the new Via Napoli restaurant at the Italy pavilion inside Epcot’s World Showcase:
WDWNT’s newest reporter Josh Siegel visited the Walt Disney World Resort on Thursday and has plenty of newsworthy photos to share in this report: People look confused by the facade work at the Many Adventures of Winnie the Pooh at the Magic Kingdom