Sometimes dads just want a simple meal of tacos. And while you can get those just about anywhere, Frontera Cocina is the best place to get tacos or any other type of authentic Mexican food at Walt Disney World.
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Frontera Cocina is one of our favorite restaurants to visit in Disney Springs due to their flavorful foods and wide variety of tequila-based drinks. Last year, we took a trip to Frontera as they debuted a new menu with pumpkin and grasshopper (yes, grasshopper) flavors for the Fall season. Recently, we were invited to join Chef Rick Bayless as Frontera debuted the new Taste of Baja menu for the Summer season.
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If you enjoy Fresh Mexican cuisine, a modern twist on dishes, then Frontera Cocina is the place to be! Matt and I were excited to be invited to the Taste of Baja, an evening with celebrity chef, and owner, Rick Bayless. Taste of Baja was an introduction of new seasonal menu dishes for Frontera Cocina at Disney Springs. We are happy to share our experience with you, and hope you get to “taste the Baja” at Frontera Cocina!
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When you walk into Frontera Cocina at Disney Springs, you are greeted with vibrant colors, a warm smile, and the smell of delicious food. From fresh guacamole with various toppings to a fantastic bar menu, and some of the most authentic Mexican cuisine anywhere, Frontera Cocina is a dining destination.
Recently, the restaurant unveiled their latest seasonal menu based on Baja. The options are filled with punch-in-the-face spice and smoky flavors.
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I was surprised when I was told that Frontera Cocina, the Disney Springs restaurant from chef Rick Bayless was celebrating its third year.
I was even more surprised that the man who told me was Bayless himself.
It seemed like no more than a year ago that Bayless, the well-known Chicago based chef and restaurateur, was on hand to open the Disney Springs venue. I figured that would be the last we’d see of him in Central Florida. Certain celebrity chefs are known for putting their names on restaurants and then practically forgetting where they are.
But Bayless, I’m told, is at Frontera Cocina at least once a quarter, usually to help roll out a seasonal menu. That was why he was there talking to me last month as part of a media preview of the winter menu.
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Disney Food Blog Feature – New Taste of Mexico City Menu and Seasonal Items Debut at Frontera Cocina in Disney Springs
We were invited to taste items from the new Taste of Mexico City menu along with some seasonal offerings at Frontera Cocina, and are excited to share them with you today. Remember that these menu items are served a la carte, so you don’t need to order an entire prix fixe meal here — you can mix and match items as you please! Overall, the Taste of Mexico City presents several fun and new ways to enjoy the delicious flavors served at Frontera Cocina!
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Frontera Cocina at Disney Springs has just launched a new limited-time menu, inspired by the diverse Mexico City. Created by Seven-time winner of the nationally-recognized James Beard Awards for culinary excellence, Chef Rick Bayless, the Taste of Mexico City menu features four new menu items, and three featured drinks. In addition, a new seasonal menu adds three new dishes to the restaurant’s line-up.
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TastyChomps Feature – Frontera Cocina at Disney Springs – New Seasonal Menu – A Taste of Mexico City
Open since 2016, Frontera Cocina at Disney Spring is a Mexican restaurant by seven-time winner of the James Beard Foundation Award, Chef Rick Bayless. Most people know Rick Bayless from winning the title of Bravo’s Top Chef Masters, beating out the French and Italian with his authentic Mexican cuisine.
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We all have flavors we shy away from – things we tasted in our past that just didn’t settle right, or foods we’re too nervous to try. I have been guilty of avoiding entire dishes simply because they sound like I may not enjoy them. But when you are invited to try a new menu, you try everything on it. It was with mild trepidation that I tasted the first few dishes, but I quickly realized: this is flavor done right – every accent, every spice. Every new plate brought before me was a surprise, and I can’t wait to share all of them with you.