PHOTOS: Check out the newest restaurant near Disney World!

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Today, we are at the Hyatt Regency Grand Cypress for a preview Four flamingos, a kitchen by Richard Blais Florida, which officially opens tomorrow, December 3rd!

This tropical-themed restaurant is located in the former Hemingway’s location and serves both evening dinners and Sunday brunch.

Four flamingos

The name was inspired by the “four species of flamingos that are native to America and the tendency of the bird to gather and feast in groups.”


Blais was the first winner of Bravo’s Top Chef All-Stars and will co-star with Gordon Ramsay in the FOX cooking contest, Next Level Chef.

Richard Blais

The menu includes food inspired by local Florida ingredients such as stone crab, slices of signature steak, citrus flavors, Mahi Mahi and more!


There was a sample menu available for attendees to enjoy!

Samples to test the guests

As for the design of the restaurant, Blais noted that he wanted it to have a vintage Florida vibe, which is seen in the decor of the restaurant as well as the glassware on your table. They even have some Hemingway books on the shelves to pay homage to the previous occupant of the locations.

View of the courtyard area

This is a beautiful restaurant, and we could say that Chef Blais took part in every step of the way to bring this new place to life! Be sure to check it out if you are staying at the Hyatt Regency Grand Cypress soon! Follow us for more of the latest gastronomic news from around Disney World.

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Outreach: Hyatt invited us to attend the opening of Four Flamingos, A Richard Blais Florida Kitchen. This did not affect our report of the event: our opinions are ours.

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