First Details About The Edison at Disney Springs

by on June 9, 2015 3 Comments

Filed under: Recent News, Walt Disney World (FL)

gI_87390_2015-0505 - Edison Rendering JPEG copyOne of the recent dining establishments announced for Disney Springs is The Edison. For those who are curious about this upcoming hot spot, here is what you can expect to find.

The Edison is a lavish “Industrial Gothic”-style restaurant, bar, and nighttime destination. It is inspired by its sister location, which can be found in Los Angeles. It will be themed around old-world style sophistication and romance and this particular venue’s story is that it is set in a 1920s-period power plant, recalling the era of innovation and imagination.

This destination establishment is famous for classic American food, craft cocktails, as well as live music and entertainment. Various entertainment options will include contortionists, palm readers, DJs, and more.

There will be multiple themed areas for guests to explore. They include The Ember Parlour, Telegraph Lounge, The Patent Office, The Radio Room, The Tesla Lounge, The Lab performance space, and a Waterfront Patio.

The Edison will be run by the Patina Group, which is the same company who runs Via Napoli, Tutto Italia, and Tutto Gusto.

While there is no official opening date announced for The Edison, it is expected to open in The Landing section of Disney Springs in 2016.

Posted on June 9, 2015

3 Responses to “First Details About The Edison at Disney Springs”

  • This feel like a slap in the face to the Adventurer’s Club and its alumni and fans to anyone else?

    I mean, it seems very cool. But still…

    • Agreed. It sounds like it would be a mildly quirky fun place to have drinks or dinner if one had never enjoyed The Adventurers’ Club and its immersive atmosphere with a stellar cast of characters.

  • Absolutely. Nothing could ever take the place of the Adventurer’s Club although in looking at the web page for the Los Angeles location this is an interesting alternative. It has a fun theme and seems fairly interactive.