/ Friday, September 17th, 2010

Lou Mongello from WDWRadio takes you to the grand opening of La Hacienda and La Cantina de San Angel in Mexico, in Epcot’s World Showcase in Walt Disney World.

Overlooking World Showcase Lagoon, the lakeside table service and quick service restaurants feature mouth-watering, authentic Mexican specialties and refreshing margaritas amid décor reflecting the colorful traditions of Mexico.

Lou takes you through the indoor and outdoor dining areas, samples the cuisine (and a few margaritas), and talks with Dan Cockerell, Vice President of Epcot and Richard Debler, president of San Angel Inn, Inc. Mickey Mouse and Donald Duck make an appearance, and we get to see why this is one of the best locations to view Illuminations.


Share your thoughts and comments below. Are you looking forward to trying this new restaurant? Have you made your Advance Dining Reservations yet?



7 thoughts on “Video: La Hacienda and La Cantina de San Angel Grand Opening in Epcot in Walt Disney World”

  1. Jim says:

    Love the video’s. PLEASE keep them coming Lou. You ROCK!

  2. Jim says:

    Looks like a great place. Can’t wait to see it on our next visit. Lou, once again, one of my favorite things you put together for us. Your presentation of these videos gets better and better each time.

  3. Tracy says:

    Wow! I’m drooling. Everything looks delicious. Seems like there is something for everyone. I can’t wait to visit on my next trip. Thanks Lou for creating this terrific video.

  4. Elizabeth says:

    Awesome, can’t wait to get back to WDW!

  5. chrissy&tayen says:

    ok.. is it on the dinning plan? and it used to be counter service.. im confused on the whole counter or table thing… so which one is it..? i had thought i heard it does do counter at lunch and table at dinner

  6. Sheila says:

    Can’t wait for our next trip. Those margaritas are calling my name. More videos, we love them.

  7. Sarah says:

    I went over Saturday to try out La Cantina for lunch (my review linked) and thought the beef in the tacos was overly salted. I think it was a fluke, and look forward to going again and especially trying La Hacienda for dinner!