Maria & Enzo's
- Surfaces sanitized between seatings
- Common areas deep cleaned daily
- Digital, disposable or sanitized menu provided
- Sanitizer or wipes provided for customers
- Contactless payment available
- Sealed or wrapped utensils used
- Limited number of seated diners
- Distancing maintained in common areas
- Extra space between tables
- Waitstaff wear masks
- Diners must wear masks unless eating or drinking
- Sick staff prohibited in the workplace
Spaghetti and Meatballs
Enzo's favorite caesar salad recipe. Mixed romaine lettuce, ciabatta crouton, parmesan
cherry tomatoes, burrata cheese, basil, extra virgin olive oil
Service was excellent. Food is very good. Tasted great, came out hot and portions are very large. Small issue - Limited menu choices for main entree and you cannot order pizza in main dining room.
We had read reviews just prior to walking in and wished we had heeded the warnings. Lets just say this, the bread was the best part of the meal. My chicken parm looked as if it was one giant compressed chicken patty covered in low quality mozz cheese. The pasta was under cooked and covered in what can only be described as some sort of can bought chef boyardee orange sauce. The site of it was repulsive and the taste not much better. The server was fantastic but even that can't make up for typical gross Disney food served to the public as an insult and more thievery of the public. I give this place a huge thumbs down. What a joke.
Our server Shirley Kay was wonderful and by far the highlight of our experience. We ordered the antipasto for 2 at $36 and it was extremely underwhelming. Minimal amounts of cheese and meat and extremely overpriced for what we got. The spaghetti and meatballs were very good and the chicken parm was ok. The bread was yummy. 1 glass of wine, 1 beer and no dessert for $163. We expect to pay a bit more a Disney but that was not worth it.
Chicken Parm was very good and an excellent size portion lasagna Bolognese was also delicious but the wine list is seriously overpriced it reflects greed Disney greed
Our waitress was great the salad was wonderful and the shrimp was really good. But when we got a $75 bill for two salads with shrimp on top and water that we drank it is certainly not worth the price. Way overpriced
The noise level was low due to covid. Food was great,waiter was great as he knew his wine selections and his food selection was spot on... will def go again
Service was good food was decent.
The venue had a charming and clean atmosphere with nice views. The stff was very friendly and helpful. Timing of courses was perfect. The food was absolutely delicious from the appetizers to the desserts. The Sangria was delightful. Our server was very pleasant and courteous and always kept on top of refills, condiments and answered all questions knowledgeably. We would definitely return there and recommend to others.
The menu was much too limited.
Two of our meals came out just luke warm.
Won’t go back for awhile.
We had our 2-year old granddaughter with us and she was a bit restless. The staff made sure got booth to help and our waiter Chase was super attentive and accommodating. He did an amazing job making sure we had what we needed to settle her so we could enjoy our meal.
Best caprese in town, try it. Service was great very nice evening.
Our server Phillip was amazing!!! Simply amazing service that made the experience that much better.
Exceptional dining experience! Philip our waiter was excellent!
Highly recommend the lasagna, Chicken Parmesan was good quality ingredients but average tasting. Food came out cold, but delicious. Staff had no problem sending back to the kitchen and heating it up. Very quiet and good music was being played. Enjoyed the dining experience with the family but wouldn’t rave about this restaurant.
The food is excellent and our server was great, the spicy marinara for the calimari was amazing! Also, the meatballs were great. It is expensive, but all the sit down restaurants in Disney Springs are. The theme inside is like 50s air plane and travel, I didn’t understand it with the Italian restaurant. Maybe from a movie? No idea but it was strange.
Food always great, but menu was limited. Very limited.
Maria and Enzo’s was a pleasant Disney Springs experience. Great ambiance, superb service and very tasty cuisine, accompanied by bottomless focaccia and dipping oil. The Caesar salad was especially tasted, but beware... the portion is enough for two! Looking forward to our next visit:-)
The service was Outstanding!!! Food was delicious!!! Wine was so smooth, and went great with Dinner!!
We've been to this restaurant before and it was good but right now the menu is EXTREMELY limited. Also, our waiter seemed to be one of only a few waiters so we got neglected pretty badly. The appetizers came out before our drinks. We had to then wait for them to bring us any type of plate. The waiter recommended the "special" and no one in my party thought it tasted good at all, so we were disappointed that we didn't just stick to the basics.
My shrimp caesar salad was very good, so I would definitely get that again. It might have just been an off night due to Covid, but for the money this past visit was not worth the trouble.
Marco was great ! Love the place . Thank you
Great food. Wonderful service. A little pricey but worth every penny.
Service was really great, I have to agree with others that the portions were too large for one person so we ordered 2 for 3 people which was still a lot of food. Atmosphere was ok, but it's like being in a giant bowl. The pitcher of Sangria was terrific and a bargain at $39. Lasagna was $31, but feeds 2.
Chicken parm was very good and very large serving. The lasagna wasn’t very good, the noodles were over cooked to the point of being gummy.
Server was friendly and good...food was just mediocre and very overpriced. Unfortunately, not worth what we paid. Would not return.
Total disaster! Started our experience with rude hostess Sandy giving us attitude about the table we would like to sit. Apparently, she thinks everyone is a tourist who comes to Disney Springs, so it’s ok to be rude...wrong. The waiter did not pay attention to us at all. We received the water and drinks when salad was served. Ceaser Salad was made of tired NOT fresh lettuce. Waited for spaghetti with meatballs for more than 40 minutes. Bread arrived to the table after main course was served. Overall, it took more than hour and a half to have dinner, which was simple salad and pasta.
And another thing, when the waiters confuse tables and serve food to the wrong table, placing dishes on the table in front of people, then taking the dishes away and serving to the right table. Please! During COVID-19?? I am glad we witnessed that.
We used to like your restaurant and food was nice, but last two dinners after you opened up (even though I gave you a good rating previous time) with rude hostess who can’t accommodate guests. I think we will take a looong break from your restaurant.
Hoped the lasagna would be the same as at Enzo's Hideaway, but it was not. It actually tasted almost exactly like Chef Boyardee. My lobster pasta was ok, but extremely overpriced. The kids' pizza was even disappointing and sodas were flat. We've had much better food at Maggiano's, and for much less. Will not be going back.
It was a reunion of family members I had not seen in years. They were visiting Disneyworld, and we retired to FL in 2014. So much to talk about, share pictures, and reminisce about past occasions, and grandparents--and the servers were excellent, all made us feel welcome. The distancing was wonderful. Thank you to all your servers, and bus "boys" all were happy and we enjoyed our time there.
The food was very lack luster, especially for the price. Portions were enormous, we would’ve shared had we been told how much food was in one entree.
Rachel was fantastic, great energy, very personable, and had great menu knowledge. She made our meal very enjoyable!
food bland and overpriced, service slow and had to ask for the obvious bread for the table
The food was subpar and expensive. Portions were small.
Not worth the money at ALL!
Always a great time here great service and great food
Chicken parmigiana 👍👍👍👍👍👍👍👍👍👍👍👍👍👍👍👍👍👍
Over $60 for a basic Caesar salad, 6 raviolis, and one chocolate ganache was too expensive. The atmosphere here is very good with a retro 40s streamlined architectural style. The dishes I came to eat - are no longer offered. The next time I come here I will just stay upstairs and get a pizza from the to-go section. This restaurant has great potential, but the unreasonable prices is a big turn off.
Most amazing raviolis. My greatly appreciated the care that went into the meal. My husband who thinks all pasta dishes are the same didn't appreciate it as much and was still hungry when we left.
Spaghetti sauce with noodles not just ok, not worth the price! Unable to seat parties of 7 or more together. Waste of money.
This could have been a good meal if we had been seated in the normal/main area of the restaurant. Instead we were brought to a strange back room, where halfway through the meal the lights were turned uncomfortably low. We were one of three tables that were seated in the back, even though the main area was probably half full at most. It was incredibly disappointing. On top of this the service was poor, my half full salad plate was taken away without asking me, and I just didn’t feel like a valued customer. The food wasn’t bad, but the ambience was horrible so it was not at all worth the price. I have been coming to Disney springs for years and absolutely adore it, but will never return to Maria & Enzos, unfortunately.
Good sea bass and broccolini. Unfortunately, the salad had a lot of salt and pepper.
Maria & Enzo's is rated 4.2 stars by 1150 OpenTable diners.
Maria & Enzo's does offer gift cards which you can purchase here https://www.patinagroup.com/gift-cards.
Yes, you can generally book this restaurant by choosing the date, time and party size on OpenTable. Due to local restrictions, this restaurant may not be accepting reservations at the moment.