Paradiso 37 Review – Downtown Disney Pleasure Island

By | July 29, 2011
Overall Rating55555
Food55555
Service44444
Atmosphere44444
Price/Value55555
Romance33333
Suitable for Children44444
Reviews of Paradiso 37 at Downtown Disney Pleasure Island North, Central and South American cuisine are represented at this new restaurant that features an extensive tequila bar and nightly entertainment.

Visit The Mouse for Less Paradiso 37 Menu

Cuisine: North, Central and South American

Service Type: Special & Unique Dining

Price Range: $$ ($15 to $35.99)

Meals Served: Lunch/Dinner; A la Carte

Location: Downtown Disney Pleasure Island

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3 thoughts on “Paradiso 37 Review – Downtown Disney Pleasure Island

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  2. CarolG
    Overall Rating 55555
    Food 55555
    Service 44444
    Atmosphere 44444
    Price/Value 55555
    Romance 33333
    Suitable for Children 44444

    My family LOVES this restaurant. It’s a great laid-back atmosphere and has some great menu choices. Sometimes the service is a bit slow, but not unbearably so. We make an effort to stop by every trip now.

  3. Allen

    Hi all,
    Well, we ate at Paradiso 37 July 14, 2010. As a matter of fact thirty two of us ate there at three large tables. My daughter’s wedding was the next day at Disney’s Wedding Pavilion (a long story in itself, but it was nothing short of wonderful) and we chose Paradiso 37 as the spot for our rehearsal dinner.
    With a group that large you do have to go with a tailored down menu. As we arrived the two managers that were on duty introduced themselves to me (maybe because I was paying?) as did our wait staff. The managers were extremely nice (as was the wait staff) and insisted that I call upon them if we needed anything.
    Once everybody was seated and had their drinks the wait staff brought out the appetizers. They were served sharing style and consisted of Caribbean Crab and Fish Fritters, Mexican Chips & Salsa and Argentinean Chorizo& Beef Skewers. The group loved the appetizers, all but one person. Damn if I didn’t forget that the one of my best friend’s daughter was a vegetarian. I quickly got a hold of one of the managers who brought out the chef. I told him my problem and he said no problem he would take care of everything. I didn’t pay a lot of attention to what happened next but my friend’s wife and daughter stopped me as we were leaving and thanked me for some of the best vegetarian food she had ever eaten, way to go Chef..
    Now back to dinner, next came the main course which each person had preselected. The choices were Chilean Style Salmon, Pork Ribs and Argentinean Skirt Steak. Everybody loved the food. There were absolutely no complaints from anyone, just comments on how good the food was.
    The desert course was served sharing style and consisted of various flavors of Mini Ice Cream Cones, and Churros. Another big hit especially with the kid’s, big and little alike.
    All things considered I would highly recommend you try Paradiso 37. The staff was wonderful and so was the food. One last note, I don’t recommend that you pick up the tab for thirty two people, well unless it’s your only daughter’s wedding rehearsal dinner.

    Allen & Karen

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