Today Disney gave us a first look at the menu items coming to Sebastian’s Bistro at Disney’s Caribbean Beach Resort. This casual, family-friendly table service restaurant features a menu that blends Latin and Caribbean flavors and offers spectacular waterfront views.
With a diverse variety of items that range from seafood and steak to salads, sandwiches, and burgers, the menu balances classic spices with tropical flavors to create bright, fresh tastes. Start off your meal with a tasty appetizer such as the Caribbean Pull-Apart Rolls (served with guava butter, mango chutney, and Jamaican jerk oil), Jamaican Meat Pies with Guajillo chili sauce, or the Arepa with slow-cooked pork and chili-mango barbecue sauce.
Signature entrées include Skirt Steak “Chimichurri” with crispy yuca, Citrus-Stuffed Sustainable Whole Fish with turmeric brown rice and cilantro-lime vinaigrette, and Sautéed Shrimp and Tamales with sautéed peppers and salsa verde. You can also try the Crab Cake-topped Burger with lettuce, tomato, and horseradish mayonnaise or the Crispy Avocado Bacon Burger with chimichurri and pico de gallo.
The menu also includes several vegan options such as the Island Curry “Eggless” Sandwich served on multigrain bread and the Plant-Based Bahn Mi Sandwich with cucumbers, pickled vegetables, and Miso-Sriracha mayonnaise.
For dessert, tropical fruit flavors elevate these decadent dishes. Mile Marker Zero, inspired by the culture of Key West, features Iced Key Lime Pops with sea salt and tropical sauce. Then there’s the Banoffee Pie with banana custard and chocolate ganache served in a graham cracker tart with caramel sauce as well as the Floating Island Sundae with fresh Caribbean fruit, meringue, guava, and Guanabana sorbet. YUM!
The kid’s menu features unique but familiar fare with entrees like Whole Grain Penne with zucchini and roasted tomato sauce, Jerk Grilled Chicken, Grilled Shrimp Skewer with Cilantro-Lime Cream, and a Jamaican Meat Pie. Sides include items such as sautéed green beans, mac and cheese, pizza biscuits, cauli-fries with carrot ketchup, and more!
There’s also tropical island-inspired beverages for everyone in the family! From refreshing non-alcoholic fruity and frozen mocktails to island-inspired cocktails with Caribbean rums, you won’t have to look far for that perfect pairing. Customize your own rum flight or browse a selection of Caribbean and domestic craft beers, or sit back and relish wines that complement the Latin flavors of the menu.
When you step into the dining room, you’ll see how Sebastian’s Bistro celebrates the natural beauty of the Caribbean, from coral patterns and kelp filigree to lure-inspired art and nautical designs. All around the restaurant, you’ll enjoy abstract artwork and underwater landscapes, and you might even see a familiar crustacean floating about! Located in the Old Port Royale area, the restaurant blends perfectly with the lush landscapes and vibrant colors that can be found throughout Disney’s Caribbean Beach Resort, which transports guests to a paradise full of fun and relaxation.
Reservations are now available for Sebastian’s Bistro for bookings starting on October 8 and can be made by visiting the Walt Disney World Resort website or by calling (407) WDW-DINE (407 939-3463). For more information on the ongoing refurbishment of Disney’s Caribbean Beach Resort, stay tuned to the Disney Parks Blog!
Every afternoon beginning at 3 p.m., food trucks will arrive at the Downtown Disney District at the Disneyland Resort. The trucks visit on a rotating basis this fall including The Habit Burger Grill, Crepes Bonaparte, Brew Wings and Mad Dumplings, to name a few.
Also, at the west end of the district, enjoy live music on the main stage beginning at 6 p.m. nightly, which is a great spot for dancing or meeting up with friends.
Throughout October, it’s Halloween Time at the Disneyland Resort and Downtown Disney is in the spooky spirit with entertainment, seasonal food and beverage offers and pumpkins-a-plenty stacked in stunning displays throughout the district. Take a look!
Earl of Sandwich has reopened at Downtown Disney District at the Disneyland Resort. The popular fast-casual restaurant—inspired by John Montagu, the Earl who invented the sandwich in 1762—is now serving breakfast, lunch and dinner in its original location for a limited time.
You can enjoy all your favorites from their famous hot sandwiches on artisan breads to hand-crafted wraps and a variety of freshly-tossed salads.
Also coming this fall, is Salt & Straw scoop shop to the area. In the coming weeks, Disney will also celebrate the reimagined World of Disney store and the newly-renovated Naples Ristorante e Pizzeria. And in the coming months, Ballast Point and Black Tap Craft Burgers & Shakes will also make their debut.
Oh Boy! Casey’s Corner at Magic Kingdom has revealed their hot dog of the month for October. The Loaded Mashed Potato Hot Diggity Dog is an all-beef hot dog topped with garlic mashed potatoes, caramelized onions, cheddar, bacon, scallion sour cream, and green onions, served with your choice of French fries or apple slices for $10.99 or a Foot Long for $12.49, plus tax.
You can also order the Loaded Mashed Potato Fries or Bacon Mac and Cheese Fries for $5.99!
Casey’s Corner is located on Main Street U.S.A. and serves hot dogs, corn dog nuggets, French fries, cotton candy and Cracker Jack.