Catal Restaurant Downtown Disney

RESERVATIONS 714 774 4442
Voted one of the top three dining options in Anaheim's Downtown Disney® District, Catal is a fine dining oasis. Catal Restaurant offers a relaxed, elegant setting with balcony seating, a panoramic view and a tantalizing menu of Mediterranean favorites including delicious grilled seafood, select meats and the freshest salad entrees.

Wine Spectator Restaurant Award Winner


Finish up the day in style by enjoying dinner with your family on the second-story patio at Catal. On select weekend nights, enjoy the Disneyland® fireworks from the Catal terrace. Check the Disneyland schedule for fireworks display times.

To receive more information about our catering and private event options at this location, please contact our special events representative below:

Catering and Special Event Sales | 714 776 4000



Special Events Menus
Wedding Cakes
Signature Wedding Cakes
Dessert Action Stations
Wedding Party Favors
Celebration Cakes
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Burgers, Bourbons & Brews - Enjoy the "Tipsy Pig"| May 1-31
Breakfast Menu
Kid's Menu
Dinner Menu
Gluten Free Menu
Wine List
Wine by the Glass
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Steven Mary
Executive Chef – Catal

A Southern California native and veteran of Patina Restaurant Group, Executive Chef Steven Mary brings classic technique, a penchant for innovation, and a culinary philosophy weighted in a profound respect for ingredients to Catal, part of the Patina Restaurant Group. "I like to find things that are nostalgic and familiar, then put a spin on them to create something refreshing and new." When it comes to plating, Mary eschews pretense, explaining, "I like things to have a natural feel. I want my presentations to be artistic, but never overly composed or contrived."

Friends and family were hardly surprised by his career choice, since Mary began cooking at age seven. "I naturally gravitated to it—I never really had a choice in the matter—and ended up in the kitchen or at the grill at every family function," he recalls. After working at Pasadena’s acclaimed Bistro 45 with Chef Damon Brady, Mary enrolled in the Le Cordon Bleu-affiliated California School of Culinary Arts in Pasadena, graduating in 1999. To pay for his education, he worked at Abiento, a local Mediterranean restaurant, as well as cooked for banquets.

After graduation, Mary worked on the line at The Parkway Grill, turning out 300 covers nightly at the prominent restaurant once nicknamed "the Spago of Pasadena." In 2000, the chef joined the Ritz-Carlton Huntington Hotel & Spa in Pasadena, training at its al fresco Terrace restaurant before moving over to the hotel's renowned Dining Room. Under the watchful eye of Chef Craig Strong, Mary served as assistant chef and acting sous chef in a refined classic French environment that demanded superb ingredients and precise technique. "I feel like the better part of my education occurred at the Ritz-Carlton with Craig," Mary says.

In 2008, Mary joined the Patina Restaurant Group as sous chef at Pinto Bistro in Studio City. The following year, he participated in the reopening of the company's flagship restaurant, Patina, as a sous chef under Executive Chef Tony Esnault. After the opening, Mary spent eight months as a sous chef at Café Pinot under the direction of then Executive Chef Kevin Meehan. "My time at Café Pinot solidified my affinity for farm to table approach, bright and vibrant colorful plating, and a strong understanding of California culinary sensibility," states Mary. In 2010, Mary returned to Pinot Bistro in as executive chef, responsible for the restaurant's $1.5 million operating budget. "I still worked the line every day," notes Mary, who to this day believes in being a hands-on leader. In 2012, after the closing of Pinot Bistro, Mary became chef de cuisine at the restaurant group's Catal & Uva Bar in Downtown Disney, and quickly earned the title of executive chef.

Mary and wife, Gina, reside in the San Gabriel Valley with their young daughter, who is already developing an adventurous palate like her father’s. In addition to working out, Mary enjoys biking and hiking with the family, as well as keeping his farm-to-table sensibilities sharp at his own home garden.
Steven Mary

Open Every Day
Breakfast: 8–11AM
Lunch: 11AM–3PM
Dinner: 5–10PM

Hours of Operation subject to change based on park operating hours. Please contact us for further questions.


Parking is available in the Downtown Disney Parking Lots on Disneyland Drive.

Parking is free for the first three hours, with an additional two hours free with validation from Catal.

Valet parking is available from 5:00 p.m. to 2:00 a.m. for an additional $6.