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Sunday, February 4, 2018

Dining At The BOATHOUSE At Disney Springs

The Williams Family dined at The BOATHOUSE at Disney Springs for a second time!  We made reservations for New Year's Eve, arrived before our reservation, and were seated immediately.
The BOATHOUSE is located on The Landing portion of Disney Springs.  The restaurant is decorated with various boats and boating memorabilia inside and out.
There is also an adjacent shop with BOATHOUSE souvenirs and boating trinkets.  The boys found a spot to take a rest just outside the shop.

The menu offers various seafood options along with steak, chicken, pasta, and salads.  This menu is posted outside the restaurant so guests can have a look.  Appetizers are on the menu, too, including a "raw bar."  The backside of the menu has a full list of wines, beers, and other adult beverages.  The boy said the best part of the meal is the bread service featuring warm rolls and honey butter.
The entrance to the restaurant and bar is a large open air doorway that leads to the bar.  The reservation desk is just to the right with the remainder of the restaurant adjacent. During our most recent visit, we also walked past another portion of the restaurant--Regatta Club--which by appearances is even more elegant and exclusive dining.

The boy enjoyed lobster bisque for an appetizer.  Note that we were seated inside but there are tables both inside and outside, and even another bar located on the pier like structure located outside the restaurant.
The husband enjoyed the swordfish with vegetables.  Yummy!  I had the jumbo lump crab cake.

The BOATHOUSE is open for lunch and dinner daily.  Reservations are available and recommended.  If using a Disney Dining Plan, the restaurant takes 2 table service credits per person as it is considered Signature Dining.  We did not use dining plan credits, and instead paid out of pocket with an Annual Pass Discount and the total, including tip was at the $100 mark for 3 entrees and one appetizer.

Click here for The BOATHOUSE website.

The BOATHOUSE is also the home of Amphicar Tours.  We did this during our first visit to The BOATHOUSE.  Click here to read about our tour experience.

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