Walt Disney World Resort, Downtown Disney (Disney Springs), The Landing
$12–$60 (child $10)
Quality is hit or miss; some items are superb (fish buckets); some should be avoided (tuna burger). Expensive, but the servings are big enough to share, and the food is fresh—even the fries are hand-cut. While seafood is the star, the steaks are top-notch as well. Hop a ride in an Amphicar ($150 per car) or a water taxi ($75 per person, $50 kids 13 and up) before or after your meal.
Setting and Atmosphere
The first things you notice about The Boathouse, on the waterfront at Disney Springs, are the vintage Amphicars (amphibious autos produced in the 1960s) and the Italian water taxis floating next to the front door—a multimillion-dollar fleet of 19 rare boats from private collectors, museums, and boat shows around the world. The airy restaurant seats up to 600 (200 outdoors) in nautically themed dining rooms (two private). The three bars include one built over the water and attached to more than 300 feet of boardwalk and docks.
Seafood of every sort: a raw bar with three to five varieties of fresh oysters and wild-caught Baja shrimp; lobster; fish and shellfish, including Florida seasonal varieties; jumbo lump crab cake; Florida-farmed caviar; filet mignon topped with jumbo lump crab. Baked Alaska.
Requires Credit Card to Reserve:
Requires Pre-payment in Full: No
|Type||Discount||Valid Weekdays||Valid Meals|
Disney Dining Plan
Requires 2 credits
|Food||Seafood and steaks|
|When to go||Lunch or dinner|
|Parking||Lot and garage at Downtown Disney|
|Lunch Hours||11 am to 4 pm|
|Dinner Hours||4 pm to 11 pm|