Sneak Peek: More Food Photos from Paddlefish, Opening Soon at Disney Springs

This past spring we found out that Paddlefish is coming to Disney Springs in the former location of Fulton’s Crab House. The new restaurant will focus on seafood as well as chops and steaks and a new oyster shucking bar!


Way back in the Summer we shared a sneak peek at a few menu items. And while the official menu hasn’t been announced yet we have another peek at more of the menu items coming soon to Paddlefish.


First, check out the Lobster Roll! We can’t wait to try this one!


If seafood and pasta is your thing, you might want to check out the Linguine with Clams.

Linguine with clams ©Paddlefish

Linguine with clams ©Paddlefish

We’re always looking for a good burger and this Burger with Pimento Cheese is one we’ll definitely be ordering.

Burger with Pimento Cheese  ©Paddlefish

Burger with Pimento Cheese ©Paddlefish

Sometimes you just want a steak, even if you’re dining at a seafood joint. This New York Strip with Cauliflower Puree will also be on the menu.

New York Strip with Cauliflower Puree  ©Paddlefish

New York Strip with Cauliflower Puree ©Paddlefish

Cauliflower Puree seems to be a trend with the Paddlefish menu, as you’ll also find it in this dish paired with Scallops and Brussels sprouts.

Scallops with Brussel Sprouts and Cauliflower Puree ©Paddlefish

Scallops with Brussels Sprouts and Cauliflower Puree ©Paddlefish

So we know Paddlefish is serving seafood, steaks, and burgers, but the menu will also feature salads including this Wheat Berry Salad with Shrimp.

Wheat Berry Salad with Shrimp  ©Paddlefish

Wheat Berry Salad with Shrimp ©Paddlefish

You’ll also find several unique cocktails at Paddlefish, including the Captain Handsome (love the name) and the Lily Spritzer.

Captain Handsome ©Paddlefish

Captain Handsome ©Paddlefish

We’re looking forward to checking out this Southern Sangria – maybe at the new rooftop bar!

Southern Sangria  ©Paddlefish

Southern Sangria ©Paddlefish

The full menu for Paddlefish is still in the final stages but it will also feature a “build your own” fish boil, Alaskan King Crab, and Florida Stone Crab.

We haven’t heard an official opening date for Paddlefish, but we’ve been hearing “late 2016.” Time’s a-tickin’…

Will you be visiting Paddlefish when it opens? Let us know in the comments.


  1. Liz says

    Is there any sign that this will be on the 2017 Dining Plan? The Disney Springs Options are looking a little bare at the moment :(

  2. Jennifer says

    Please, for the love of all things lobster, do not let them add that much mayo to the lobster roll. As a true New Englander who’s parents backyard is a harbor bordering the New Hampshire and Maine coast, I can tell you for certain that pretty much no traditional New England lobster roll has that much mayo. Most just have barely enough mayo and a little squeeze of lemon to hold it all together on a grilled New England-style hot dog bun. No celery, no fancy garnishes. Let the lobster shine! Please!!!

  3. says

    Liz — There are always lots of last minute Disney Dining Plan additions. Keep checking. Chances are that nearly all of the restaurants that have previously participated in the DDP will continue to do so.

  4. Kim says

    When will we be able to make dining reservations for Paddlefish? Our 180 days out for July is January 6?

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