Frontera Cocina restaurant at Disney Springs to celebrate Dia De Los Muertos in November

in Food, Walt Disney World

The recently-opened Frontera Cocina restaurant at Disney Springs in Walt Disney Resort is serving up a “delicioso” way to celebrate this year’s Dia De Los Muertos festivites on November 1 and 2.

The annual Mexican tradition begun by the Aztecs thousands of years ago has not only centered on honoring the lives of loved ones but also on food, music and drink among friends and family, Chef Bayless and his new restaurant will mark the occasion with special Día de los Muertos decor, a guitarist and the servers will be in calavera makeup on both days.


Additionally, the chef will discuss what Día de los Muertos, or Day of the Dead, is and walk through at least one recipe with guests.

For more info on Frontera Cocina, please visit

Renowned chef Rick Bayless introduced Florida and the Southeast to his famous gourmet Mexican dishes with the debut of Frontera Cocina, now open at Disney Springs at Walt Disney World Resort.

Frontera Cocina delights friends, family and food lovers with exciting flavors and a contemporary Mexican experience. Warm colors, an open kitchen and a lively atmosphere frame an inviting exploration of the many delights developed by Chef Bayless, a six-time James Beard Foundation winner. Menu items include Oaxacan Red Chile Chicken, Salsa Verde Shrimp Enchiladas Suizas and freshly made salsas and guacamole. In addition, a quick-service taco counter offers guests a quick taste of Chef Bayless’ award-winning cuisine.

 Executive Chef Stephen Hicks oversees Frontera Cocina’s kitchen.

Chef Bayless launched his Frontera franchise in Chicago in 1981. Since then, he has opened several more award-winning restaurants including Xoco, Frontera Grill, Toplobampo, Leña Brava, Cruz Blanca and now, Frontera Cocina.






in Food, Walt Disney World

Comments Off on Frontera Cocina restaurant at Disney Springs to celebrate Dia De Los Muertos in November