Three new Mexican restaurants are set to open at Downtown Disney at the Disneyland Resort “in the next few weeks,” Disney announced Wednesday.

The new dining options are taking over the space formerly occupied by Catal, Uva Bar, and the Sprinkles cupcake bakery, and will be run by the Patina Group, with food from Michelin-starred chef Carlos Gaytán. The trio includes two sit-down restaurants — Paseo and Centrico — along with the quick-service Tiendita, which will feature self-order kiosks. 

According to a Disney Parks Blog post, Paseo’s menu will feature cochinita pibil (roasted marinated pork), lamb barbacoa and mejillones (mussels). Centrico’s dishes will include uesabirrias and chicken enchiladas. At Tiendita, the options include esquites (roasted corn) and fish tacos, as well as breakfast options like chorizo breakfast burritos. 

Disney also announced that the former home of Tortilla Jo’s will be turned into space for two, unnamed restaurants: a “steakhouse” and “an adjacent barbecue eatery.” No other details were provided. 

As part of the ongoing overhaul of Downtown Disney, another new restaurant, the Taiwanese joint Din Tai Fung, will open this summer. The Marceline’s Confectionery is due to close temporarily for renovations, with a snack cart offering some of the bakery’s typical fare in its place. 

As part of the confectionery refurbishment, the Disney Dress Shop has been temporarily moved to the WonderGround Gallery location, and some items from WonderGround can now be found in the Disney Home store.