Our friends over at WDWMagic have an excellent photo gallery that tours Disney Springs’ newest seafood restaurant. It looks amazing! Have a look.
Original Post 5/3/16: Word came last week that Fulton’s Crab House, the gigantic restaurant in a steamboat at Walt Disney World’s Disney Springs, would re-brand and reopen this fall. The new restaurant will be called “Paddlefish.”
Today, we got an update from the Disney Parks blog. The revamped restaurant is on pace to open in the Fall for lunch, dinner and Sunday brunch. They added the following description of the re-branded seafood restaurant:
Paddlefish will serve fresh seafood, steaks and chops, a catch of the day, and composed seafood entrees such as lobster risotto with poached Maine lobster, saffron and Meyer lemon oil and redfish with coconut milk, crab broth, tomato, peppers and ginger. (No worries, fan favorites including Florida stone crab, Alaskan King and Queen crab, and lobster corn dogs will be back.) A fun new addition is lobster guacamole made tableside with Maine Lobster, chilies, cilantro, lime and tortilla chips. And there’s a “build-your-own boil” so you can pick your own ingredients and seasonings.
The sleek and modern design of Paddlefish includes a new rooftop lounge, open until 2 a.m., with spectacular views of Disney Springs and the water. The lounge will have a separate menu of eclectic dishes perfect for sharing.
I will be sure to post more info about Paddlefish as it becomes available.