Morimoto Asia to Host “12 Beers of Christmas” Event on December 5 in Disney Springs

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Morimoto Asia in Disney Springs hosts lots of different events and parties throughout the year, and this December the restaurant is hosting a dining experience perfect for beer lovers, during the “12 Beers of Christmas.”

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Morimoto’s 12 Beers of Christmas event on December 5, 2021 includes holiday-themed beers and a selection of gourmet bites for tastings prepared by Iron Chef Masaharu Morimoto. This annual event will come with two different seating options for Guests, beginning at 11 am and running through 1 pm and a 2-4 pm session.

All of the holiday themed beers served during the 12 Beers of Christmas event will be sources locally from Florida breweries and paired with 12 different samplings of items selected by Chef Morimoto popular in pan-Asian cuisine. Some of the dishes set to be included on the event’s menus include traditional okonomiyaki, takoyaki, items from the sushi menu and raw bar and Peking duck.

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Tickets for the 12 Beers of Christmas event are $95 plus tax and gratuity. There are also upgrades available for Guests looking to dine in private booths or in private dining rooms. Guests must be 21 years of age or older to attend the event.

Private dining rooms while available will hold up to six Guests, and come at the price of $600 for the event. Private dining costs also add on the tax (6.5%) and gratuity (18%). One booth can accommodate up to four Guests, and costs $400 with the same tax and gratuity applied.

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Complete information about the 12 Beers of Christmas event at Morimoto Asia in Disney Springs, as well as reservations, are available on the restaurant’s website.

Whether or not you are able to make it for this event, or if you have younger Guests with you who can’t make the age requirement, we do recommend checking out Morimoto Asia while visiting Disney Springs. It is a fan-favorite restaurant for good reason, as Chef Morimoto crafts the most delicious pan-Asian cuisine, and the restaurant itself is a beautiful setting for a nice dinner out on your next Disney vacation.

About Brittany DiCologero

Brittany is a New England-based writer focused on the history of the Walt Disney World Resort. She is the author of "Red, White, and Disney: The Myths and Reality of American History at the Walt Disney World Resort," and "Brittany Earns Her Ears."

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