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Mama Melrose's Ristorante Italiano

Mama Melrose's Ristorante Italiano
A photograph of the exterior of a building with
The exterior of Mama Melrose's Ristorante Italiano
Restaurant information
Current owner(s) Walt Disney Parks and Resorts
Food type Italian cuisine
City Bay Lake
County Orange County
State Florida
Country United States
Website //mama-melrose-ristorante-italiano/hollywood-studios/dining.com.go.disneydisneyworld

Mama Melrose's Ristorante Italiano is a restaurant on New York Street in Disney's Hollywood Studios.[1] Located near Muppet*Vision 3D and Star Tours,[2] the restaurant specializes in Italian cuisine, serving such dishes as ossobuco, wood-fired flatbread pizza, and grilled salmon.[3] A Fantasmic! dinner package is available that grants restaurant guests quicker access to this show.[4] This package is also offered at two other restaurants in the park: the Hollywood Brown Derby and Hollywood & Vine.[5] Ron Douglas included the recipe for Mama Melrose's cappuccino crème brûlée in his cookbook America's Most Wanted Recipes: Just Desserts.[6]

Mama Melrose's is decorated with film memorabilia and Italian bric-à-brac.[7] The restaurant's background music consists of songs sung by such singers as Tony Bennett and Frank Sinatra.[8] In The Color Companion to Walt Disney World, Bob Sehlinger et al. write that Mama Melrose's is much more relaxing than other restaurants in the park.[9] In his book Plan Your Walt Disney World Vacation in No Time, Doug Ingersoll calls Mama Melrose's a "friendly and cheerful locale that provides a nice alternative to the higher price or heavily themed alternatives."[10]

References

  1. ^ Shumaker & Saffel (2003), p. 78.
  2. ^ Sandler (2007), p. 256.
  3. ^ Tunstall & Tunstall (2004), p. 120.
  4. ^ Hess (2009), p. 140.
  5. ^ Miller (2007), p. 228.
  6. ^ Douglas (2012), p. 178.
  7. ^ Veness & Veness (2012), p. 238.
  8. ^ Goldsbury (2005), p. 289.
  9. ^ Sehlinger et. al. (2012), p. 139.
  10. ^ Ingersoll (2005), p. 76.

Bibliography

  • Douglas, Ron (2012). America's Most Wanted Recipes: Just Desserts.  
  • Goldsbury, Cara (2005). The Luxury Guide to Walt Disney World Resort: How to Get the Most Out of the Best Disney Has to Offer.  
  • Hess, Jennie (2009). Fodor's 2010 Walt Disney World: Plus Universal Orlando and SeaWorld. Fodor's Travel Publications.  
  • Ingersoll, Doug (2005). Plan Your Walt Disney World Vacation in No Time.  
  • Miller, Laura Lea (2007). Walt Disney World & Orlando For Dummies 2007 (7 ed.).  
  • Sandler, Corey (2007). Walt Disney World Resort: Also Includes Seaworld and Central Florida.  
  • Sehlinger, Bob; Menasha Ridge; Len Testa (2012). The Color Companion to Walt Disney World (2 ed.).  
  • Shumaker, Susan; Than Saffel (2003). Vegetarian Walt Disney World and Greater Orlando: The Essential Guide for the Health-Conscious Traveler.  
  • Tunstall, Jim; Cynthia Tunstall (2004). Frommer's Walt Disney World & Orlando with Kids.  
  • Veness, Susan; Simon Veness (2012). The Hidden Magic of Walt Disney World Planner: A Complete Organizer, Journal, and Keepsake for Your Unforgettable Vacation.  

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