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Flying Fish Reopens August 3

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The Flying Fish has been closed for refurbishment for the past few months, but I bring news that it will be reopening soon! Reservations for the popular BoardWalk Resort restaurant open tomorrow, July 29 for dates beginning August 3.


The entire interior has been completely redesigned. Diners will be welcomed to a sophisticated space that pays homage to the golden era of seaside boardwalks. The refreshed interior will feature an all-new onstage kitchen and gorgeous dining room. The tone of the restaurant will be reminiscent of the sea with fantastic architectural accents and a gorgeous chandelier.

The Flying Fish will also see an all-new menu, which has been crafted by Chef Tim Majoras. Dishes will include items like seared yellow fin tuna served with compressed watermelon, paper-thin avocado slices, crisp radishes, pickled daikon and a small edible viola flower on top and the Fruits of the Sea appetizer which features rock shrimp and clams from Florida, grouper cheek, mussels, a splash of Brandy and a rich lobster stock served over celery root puree. In addition, the wine list is brand new and features nearly 80 selections by the glass.

Here’s a peek at the full menu offerings:


In addition, Guests waiting each evening to experience Flying Fish will be able to make a stop at the brand new cocktail lounge, the AbracadaBar that just opened this past week. AbracadaBar took the place of the former Seashore Sweets.

To make reservations, call 407-WDW-DINE.


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Rikki Niblett

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2 thoughts on “Flying Fish Reopens August 3

  • What sort of prices are we looking at?

  • Is it just me or does every single restaurant at Disney offer a chicken breast dish, a filet or similar steak and a Bison strip loin. There doesn’t seem to be that much variety between places.

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