The Boathouse at Disney Springs is one of my favorite restaurants. I was originally hesitant to dine here because I thought it would be extremely pricey. And while some of the entrees do carry that higher price tag, there are tons of affordable options on the menu.
The Boathouse offers a unique approach to seafood dining. The entire restaurant is themed as a marina and even offers rides in their vintage Amphicar (for a hefty fee). You can choose to dine outdoors on the deck or indoors in the much needed air condition. You might get lucky and get to dine at a boat themed table.
When I was at Disney Springs with my friends, we decided to dine at The Boathouse so we could have a nice break from the heat and the masks. We didn’t need a reservation due to low crowds. Usually the restaurant is completely booked and dining reservations are a must.
Due to the pandemic, they provided us with a paper menu that they stated varied from day to day based on the availability of the food offerings.
The Boathouse is known for its craft cocktails. What a refreshing way to relax during a stressful time. I didn’t indulge but my friends said it was delicious.
One thing that I love about The Boathouse is their bread service. Their hot, fluffy rolls come with a side of delicious and creamy butter.
I chose the Cedar Planked Kvaroy Arctic Salmon that came with Baby Kale, Green Beans, New Potatoes, and Grape Tomatoes tossed in a Lemon Vinaigrette. It was an incredible, flaky cut of Salmon. I could have done with a different side though. Cold potatoes are just a weird texture to me.
After our meal we browsed The Boathouse Boatique. I love this store as it has a huge selection of creative maritime themed items. You can get a personalized paddle or life preserver or choose a rubber ducky in an Amphicar.
Follow along as we attempt to accomplish our Walt Disney World Restaurant Bucket List!
Date Started: May 20th, 2020
Restaurant count: 3
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