News: Opening Day, Reservation Date, and Menu for Trattoria al Forno on Disney’s BoardWalk

While we recently bid farewell to Kouzzina at Disney’s BoardWalk Resort, we can soon welcome Trattoria al Forno to the Disney World restaurant list.

Disney's BoardWalk

Disney’s BoardWalk

Set to open on December 18, 2014, this BoardWalk restaurant will add yet another Italian eatery to the Disney line-up. The menu includes handcrafted mozzarella (made daily), fresh cavatelli pasta, and pizzas made in the wood-burning oven. Take a look at the full menu below… .

Trattoria Menu

Trattoria al Forno Menu

Dishes will include Uncle Pats Pickled Peppers, Meatball Cannelloni Basil, Lasagna Bolognese, and Chicken Parmesan. The pics below come to us from the Disney Parks Blog.

Trattoria Dinner Entrees

Trattoria Dinner Entrees

Trattoria al Forno will serve breakfast (7:30-11AM) and dinner (5-10PM) daily courtesy of Chef Dee Foundoukis (also the chef at Kouzzina, hand-picked by Cat Cora) and her team.

Ready to book a table? Reservations begin on October 21st and the Disney Dining Plan will be accepted.

Stay tuned for more Trattoria al Forno news — I just ate at Flying Fish Cafe for breakfast this week, which is previewing the breakfast menu for Trattoria. Watch for a full breakfast review soon!!

Are you looking forward to making a reservation at Trattoria al Forno? Let us know in the comments below!

Comments

  1. says

    This looks good but with Il Mulino AND Tutto Italia AND Via Napoli so close by, I was hoping for something different. But, Kouzzina was different and it didn’t last, so what do I know… :)

  2. Wendy Snelgrove says

    It looks like a varied menu and everyone will probably find something they like there. I wonder if the pizzas and/or pastas will be available in gluten-free varieties. If so, my wife will probably be happy about the inclusion of a white pizza.

    I’m a little sad about a pork chop milanese because there’s a pork or veal milanese at Tutto Italia. I’d like to see a veal or chicken marsala.

  3. says

    I don’t think the menu copywriting people, the photography people, and Chef Dee Foundoukis have fully gotten together yet. Because here’s a few random things I know… anything Dee Foundoukis equals awesome … what I’m reading on the menu “Chicken Parm for $22″ … sounds okay, but the Chicken Parm in the photo, looks just icky and cold. I’ll go based on seeing Dee Foundoukis’ name alone… my guess is, by the time it opens… the food won’t look anything like the four photos they released.

  4. Kristen says

    I’m always excited when new things pop up in Disney, but I am bummed it’s another Italian place … too many close by – wish they had tried to do something a bit different … I feel like the Boardwalk isn’t what it used to be … although it is one of my favorite places to hang out when we visit, I wish they had been a little more adventurous :(

  5. Mike V says

    As many have said prior upon it’s announcement and above…..

    YEAHHH…Italian….there’s nothing like that in Disney….

    Oh wait…I can walk 5 minutes, and hit Il Mulino at the Swan.
    Or I can walk 10 minutes, head on through the International gateway and hit up Tutto.
    Then again I can take 15 minutes enter Hollywood and stop at Mama Melrose.
    If they are booked, hop on the bus for approximately 20 minutes and try Portobello.
    Or heck, fly home and hit the 20 some Italian places within a 15 minute drive from any South Jersey location.

    So excuse the sarcasm and sorry for not being all gitty by ANOTHER Italian place in Disney.

  6. says

    I had breakfast at The Flying Fish earlier this week. They have waffles with a tiramisu-like topping. Delicious! Most of their breakfast dishes are gluten free or can be modified to be gluten free.

  7. Bonnie says

    Very disappointing for our family…looks like we won’t be dining at this restaurant for dinner, but will likely try it for breakfast. We can get those dishes here at home at many Italian restaurants and it isn’t anything unique to us. (We live in Brooklyn, NY)

    But I am very curious about breakfast. I’ve never had a tiramisu waffle before, and that seems like it would be delicious! DH would love that too…tiramisu is his favorite dessert, followed by a warm sfogliatelle pastry!

  8. Brad says

    Just to echo the above thoughts – so incredibly disappointed to see yet another Italian joint open up. Will it be successful? Likely yes, as it represents an easily accessible, non-threatening menu. Is it in any way interesting? Not in the least.

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