I recently had the opportunity to enjoy a luncheon and first look at the newest upscale waterfront dining option, The Boathouse, located at Disney Springs within Walt Disney World. The restaurant is part of a huge construction project that is transforming Downtown Disney to the new Disney Springs. The Landing was the first phase to open this past spring.
My lunch at the Boathouse included sampling their steak, chicken, and seafood plates complimented by roasted potatoes and grilled asparagus spears. The flavors are unique to the restaurant and atmosphere in that I have not tasted anything quite like this before. S’mores Baked Alaska for desert complimented this feast nicely. A combination of chocolate ice cream, marshmallows, and rich chocolate syrup secured my day-long smile. Reserve some time on your next Disney vacation to dine at the Boathouse.
There’s a lot more to experience than the exceptional food and upscale nautical atmosphere. Take an after-dinner ride on one of the featured vintage amphicars and tour the surrounding landmarks from the lake. Enjoy a stroll on the dock space at the attached marina that stretches out over 300 feet. The Boathouse hosts an ultra-rare display of classic wooden boats that are priceless wonders not found in a collection together anywhere else in the World.
- Ride Amphicars at The Boathouse, Disney Springs. Tour surrounding landmarks before dinner. -
- Rare Classic Boats on Display at The Boathouse, Disney Springs. -
- Alter Ego Classic Race Boat on Display at The Boathouse, Disney Springs. -
- What You've Been Waiting For. The S'mores Baked Alaska at The Boathouse, Disney Springs. -