Disney Unveils New Rendering of Spanish Restaurant Coming to Disney Springs

Jaleo, Chef José Andrés’ newest and largest restaurant to date, opens this winter in West Side at Disney Springs. Based on the colorful iconography of Spain, the architectural form of the building is inspired by an artichoke, a vegetable native to José’s homeland. The freestanding, two-story building is completely open to the outside, with large windows offering views of the lake while protecting diners from the sun.


The interior features a double height central courtyard that visually connects the restaurant’s floors. The idea of Jaleo, the Spanish word for “revelry,” inspires the large, family-style gathering space, inviting Guests to share tapas and sangria, gather with family at foosball tables, or enjoy the more elegant central seating for paellas and grilled meats, anchored by the restaurant’s open kitchen and wood fire grill. Typical Spanish colors of citrus and stunning artwork offer a welcoming ambience alongside predominant touches of wood and ceramic materials.


Occupying the front-corner of Jaleo and overlooking the main promenade of Disney Springs will be a quick-service concept serving Spanish street-food-inspired sandwiches and salads.

With dynamic visual elements drawn from the culinary delights and landscapes of Spain, the new location will immerse visitors in the culture of José Andrés’ native country and all its creativity.

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