PHOTOS - First look at Centertown Market menu items coming soon to Disney's Caribbean Beach Resort

Sep 18, 2018 in "Centertown Market"

Posted: Tuesday September 18, 2018 10:09am ET by WDWMAGIC Staff

Disney has today shared a first look at some of the new menu items coming to the new Caribbean Beach Resort quick service restaurant, planned to open later this year.

The new menu at Centertown Market will include a combination of family-friendly fast casual offerings mixed with customizable Latin and Caribbean-inspired dishes. One of the highlights of the menu is the new Island Bowl available for breakfast and dinner.

These bowls can be customized with your choice of base, protein, sauce, and if you're ordering a breakfast bowl, you can choose what kind of egg you want on top (scrambled, poached, or tofu scramble).

Bases include red beans and rice (offered all day), home fries (for breakfast), and greens (for dinner).

For proteins, choose between rotisserie beef, bacon, chorizo, or plant-based sausage for breakfast and rotisserie beef, pork shoulder, banana leaf-wrapped fish, jerk chicken thighs, or vegan chipotle seitan for dinner.

Breakfast sauce options include salsa verde or pico de gallo, while the dinner sauces include chimichurri, garlic ranch, or spicy pink sauce. 

On the breakfast menu are classic dishes like Eggs Benedict or the All American Breakfast Platter with eggs, home fries, sausage, bacon, and toast as well as island-inspired creations like Coconut Waffles with fresh fruit or the Banana Pancakes topped with granola and pineapple chunks and served with sausage and maple syrup.

For fans of more traditional quick service, salads, Sicilian-style pizza, pasta dishes, and a variety of sandwiches and burgers are also on offer.

Deserts include the Tropical Tart with key lime, mango, and passion fruit curd with Chantilly or the Chocolate Crème Tart with chocolate cake, coffee Chantilly, and caramel crispies.

The kids line-up includes Pirate Mickey Waffles and French Toast for breakfast and Chicken Breast Nuggets, Tacos, and Grilled Cheese for dinner.

For the more adventurous little ones, there is an Egg Popper for breakfast (a hard-boiled egg pop with green pirate juice, roasted pineapple, and bacon) and the Beef and Mushroom-blended Cheeseburger for dinner (with “cauli” fries, orange sauce, and a mini “build-your-own” Island Bowl).

Opening alongside the resort's renovations later this year, Centertown Market will continue the indoor street market vibe of its predecessor.

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halltdOct 05, 2019

Thanks for the photos!! I think the fans look great! Are these the ones that used to be in the food court? They look like it.

danlb_2000Oct 05, 2019

Things are wrapping up... 10/4/2019 - Carribean Beach Resort - Pcl Construction Services Inc 1088 A, 1088 B, 1088 D, 1088 F, and 1090 Cayman Way - Dismantle and remove Construction Trailers

nbarOct 02, 2019

I just checked out. Thought I’d help! Edit: I guess the pictures didn’t want to upload via my phone. I’ll repost them later from my laptop Edit2: Pics

peter11435Sep 30, 2019

Sadly I was not able to get any photos

halltdSep 30, 2019

This is amazing!!!!! Any photos? @WDWtraveler :)

peter11435Sep 30, 2019

Just an update on this project. I know many had complained that the fans in the lobby seen in the original concept art were “cut” from the final project. The fans have finally been installed and are now operational.

surfsupdonDec 22, 2018

Hopefully we get the roadway to encircle the lake again, and therefore both Resorts. Busing at CBR is a pain now with the uturns and dead ends.

peter11435Dec 21, 2018

Lol In this case it’s more likely the security kiosk at the entrance to Riviera

peter11435Dec 21, 2018

These would seem to be more related to Riviera than CBR.

danlb_2000Dec 21, 2018

Couple recent permits... 12/10/2018 - Carribean Beach Resort - Pcl Construction Services Inc 1080A Sea Breeze Dr - Project 88-2 Kiosk 12/18/2018 - Carribean Beach Resort - Pcl Construction Services Inc 1114 Cayman Way - Area Development 12/19/2018 - Carribean Beach Resort - Pcl Construction Services Inc 1084 D Sea Breeze Dr - Project 88-2 Kiosk

Ben_since_1971Dec 09, 2018

Here now. Pros: Banana Cabana is very well done. I actually liked the smallness of the old one, but this new version is very nice. Cons: Everything else. The OPR makeover says nothing about the Caribbean. Bland, sterile. The former OPR, while no doubt not full-on Caribbean either, at least had a theme. You could sit in the food court and people watch from the gift shop to the concierge desk to the markets. Now? Can't see more than 20' in any direction, unless you sit right opposite the pick up windows. Food selection is terrible for people who just want 'normal' food. And what is served is cold. My wife ordered a grilled cheese. The cheese was so coagulated as to make it inedible. The old bounty platter was never piping hot, but at least it was warmer than the room temperature this morning's American Breakfast was. The Sebastian's/BC building is nice, but it totally takes away from what was a nice courtyard outside OPR. You could walk into the plaza from any direction and had great views of the architecture. Now - no view, and coming from Martinique you have the service entrance. Bland bland bland. Speaking of views, my wife captured a beautiful picture of sunset over Barefoot Bay towards Aruba. The Skyliner towers were captured beautifully in silhouette. My gawd are they hideous. Strike that, hideous for where they are positioned. TBH, I thought that they would be in the parking lot of Aruba and Jamaica and probably not too bad. Nope. There is one right where there used to be a bench bay-side outside the entrance to the Aruba pool, and another right at the bottom of the bridge in between Aruba and Jamaica. While on the subject of views, Riviera completely loses the old charm of the place, and not just because it is still under construction. The old village layout really gave you a feel like you were inside a nice resort, separate from the outside world. Now? This monstrosity of a DVC tower, and (at least for now), you can see the traffic from Victory Way. Needless to say, we are very disappointed. FWIW, will be sending the GM an email (received a welcome letter that included her email) providing the feedback. We've been staying here since 2004, except for last year when we chose POR during construction. Looks like we will be heading back to the bayou next year.

RteetzDec 08, 2018

surfsupdonDec 02, 2018

Hoping they landscape and eliminate Martinique and Barbados bus stops...being their close proximity to Old Port Royale.

NiarrNDisneyDec 01, 2018

Is the plan to use this pad for parking now or to relandscape it?