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Chef Art Smith’s Homecoming Now Open at Disney Springs

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Chef Art Smith's Homecoming
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Chef Art Smith’s Homecoming is now open in the Town Center section of Disney Springs. The restaurant which overlooks The Springs, features Southern classic dishes for Guests to enjoy.

Menu items for Chef Art Smith’s Homecoming include Art’s Fabulous Fried Chicken, Shrimp & Grits, Fried Catfish, Momma’s Mac and Cheese, Sweet Collards, Addie Mae’s Chicken & Dumpling soup, the Tarpon Springs Greek Salad, Church Lady Deviled Eggs, Anna Maria Fish Dip, Chocolate Pecan Pie, and Shine Cake. Full menu offerings for this great new table service location can be found here. The restaurant also features a grab-and-go offerings including fried chicken and chopped pork sandwiches.

The interior features plenty of Florida touches, including the cocktail bar and two large tables which were crafted from reclaimed Florida camphor and eucalyptus. There’s also Florida cypress through the interior. Even the zinc tabletops were made in the Sunshine State. Artwork also includes over-sized murals by a local artist.

The great thing is that Chef Art Smith is literally coming home with this new restaurant. He is a native of Jasper, Florida, as well as a former cast member in the Disney College Program.

For those looking to make reservations at Chef Art Smith’s Homecoming, you will be able to do so beginning July 15th for seatings beginning August 15th. Walk ups will be taken prior to August 15.

Homecoming is open Sunday through Thursday until midnight and Friday and Saturday until 1:00 a.m.

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3 thoughts on “Chef Art Smith’s Homecoming Now Open at Disney Springs

  • It seems they aren’t accepting reservations until 7/21.

  • Do we know yet if this will be included in the DDP and whether or not it will be considered signature (2 credits)?

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