Disney News Round-up: Paddlefish Opens at Disney Springs, Starring Rolls Closes at Disney’s Hollywood Studios, and More

We hope you're hungry today because we have some delicious Disney food news for you. Disney Springs is celebrating the opening of two new dining locations, and sadly Disney's Hollywood Studios has said goodbye to a fan favorite spot. Let's check it out.

Paddlefish now open at Disney Springs!Paddlefish now open at Disney Springs!

Paddlefish at Disney Springs has officially opened! The seafood restaurant is located in the former home of Fulton's Crab House. The restaurant opened to the public on February 4 and our friends at the Disney Food Blog have a great first look and review.

Planet Hollywood Observatory also recently opened in Disney Springs, after a long refurbishment and transformation. The updated eatery has added some new items to the menu including burgers from celebrity chef Guy Fieri and "Supernova Shakes." Check out this review from our pals at the Disney Food Blog.

Did you hear about the new secret menu item at Pecos Bill Tall Tale Inn and Cafe at the Magic Kingdom? We're talking about the Nachos Rio Grande Challenge! You gotta see it to believe it.

In not-so-good news, Starring Rolls Cafe at Disney's Hollywood Studios closed last weekend. While you can still find many of the sweet treats at Sweet Spells and the Trolley Car Cafe, we're still going to miss Starring Rolls.

Victoria & Albert's at Disney's Grand Floridian Resort and Spa has once again been awarded the AAA Five Diamonds. There are 47 AAA Five Diamond restaurants in the United States, and Victoria & Albert's is the only one in Central Florida. This is the 17th year in a row that Victoria & Albert's has been honored with the AAA Five Diamonds.

And finally, Cape May Cafe at Disney's Beach Club Resort is hosting brunch on Easter and Mother's Day this year.

Are you making plans to dine at Paddlefish or the Planet Hollywood Observatory? Let us know in the comments.

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