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First Look at Menu for New Trattoria al Forno at Disney’s BoardWalk — Reservations Open October 21

Pam Brandon

by , Food Writer, Walt Disney World Resort and Disneyland Resort

Opening day is set for December 18 for Trattoria al Forno, the new restaurant at Disney’s BoardWalk that will showcase classic Italian cuisine including handcrafted mozzarella made daily, fresh cavatelli pasta and pizzas baked in wood-burning ovens.

Uncle Pats Pickled Peppers at New Trattoria al Forno at Disney’s BoardWalk Meatball Cannelloni Basil at New Trattoria al Forno at Disney’s BoardWalk
Lasagna Bolognese at New Trattoria al Forno at Disney’s BoardWalk Chicken Parmesan at New Trattoria al Forno at Disney’s BoardWalk

Open daily for breakfast and dinner, with reservations starting October 21, Chef Dee Foundoukis and her team in Trattoria al Forno’s kitchen are creating a true taste of all of Italy’s diverse regions.

We’re so excited to finally share the menu with you – in upcoming posts we’ll be sharing details from Walt Disney Imagineering about the décor and more as we get closer to opening. And some delicious recipes for you to try at home!

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Trattoria al Forno will be open 7:30-11 a.m. for breakfast, 5-10 p.m. for dinner, and accepts the Disney Dining Plan. For reservations, call 407-WDW-DINE or www.disneyworld.com/dine.

Comments

  • What should we expect in terms of a breakfast menu?

    • Hi Hayley, Stay tuned, we will be sharing the breakfast menu in a future Disney Parks Blog post.

  • Trattoria al Forno is currently not displaying as a bookable restaurant online – in fact, there isn’t even a direct page for this restaurant! Can you confirm that dining reservations are going to be available online for this experience?

    • Hi Jenna, Reservations are not yet open, and will open on Oct. 21 online and by calling 407-WDW-DINE. Check back then!

  • Not impressed with this menu at all…but really do we really need ANOTHER Italian restaurant? I’ll see what everyone thinks about it before I make reservations…no hurry to try the place out.

  • I see the braised beef bolognese with cavatelli maybe one more similar pasta dish which, to me, is a staple on any Italian menu and a go to for my family…would be good. Amp it up like the ricotta cannoli and the beef Bolognese.
    The pizza choices are just ok, I wonder how big they are and how many they are meant to serve. The prices could be really outrageous or somewhat less scary depending on the answer.
    Then looking at the Dolci choices – only one possibly, the spaghetti gelato and meatballs, has no caffeine, nuts or chocolate none of which I can eat. But that is only possibly…no dessert for me I guess.
    Finally, Is there a children’s menu?

  • Looking forward to dining here in February! As dinner prices go, these look quite reasonable, and the selection isn’t just the “same old same old”.
    Any idea yet what size the pizza will be?

  • Not a lot of vegetarian choices for an Italian restaurant. That is a shame!

  • end of this bold, is another disney blog link. not Reservation link… Table in Wonderland is acceptable this new restaurant?

  • So excited to try this out and see what gluten free options are available! 🙂

  • I just ate Breakfast at Flying Fish and found out that they are serving most of the menu from Trattoria Al Forno. You should really give it a try.

  • The menu seems like a combination of the selections at the two Epcot restaurants in Italy(Via Napoli & Tutto Italia Ristorante) is something happening with one of those two?

  • When does the restaurant actually open? Oct 21st or not until December?

    • Hi David, The restaurant opens December 18, and you can begin making reservations on October 21.

  • Looks great! But what is for breakfast. We LOVED Kat Kora’s breakfast offerings. Thanks

  • Does the new restaurant accept Tables in Wonderland?

  • I am visiting in Feb and would like to dine here. I have not been able to find it on the reservations site. Has there been a delay in the reservations?

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