When Indiana Jones had to make a fast escape by air, he relied on pilot Jock Lindsey. Now Jock’s retired and running a bar at the newly-renamed Disney Springs. When you want hearty bar food with a flair or refreshing drink, served up with a side of adventure, head over to Jock Lindsey’s Hangar Bar on the waterfront and you won’t be disappointed.
Click the slideshow accompanying this article to see some of the food and drink available at Jock Lindsey’s Hangar Bar and to get a taste of the ambiance. You’ll love the attention to detail in the rich decor, with memorabilia all around the interior and extending out to the water-view patio, including a diving bell. The Disney Imagineer influence is readily apparent from the moment you walk inside, and you’ll spend as much time soaking in the atmosphere as you will drinking and dining.
If you’d like some dining recommendations, my favorites include the Good Dates (goat-cheese stuffed dates…need I say more?), the hearty Rolling Boulder Sliders, Air Pirate’s Pretzels (beer cheese dip…mmmmm), and Dr. Elsa’s She-Deviled Egss (made with crab). For drinks, pretty much anything is a good choice, but I have a special fondness for the Bedtime Story (nice hibiscus twist) and the Fountain of Youth (the name says it all).
If you’d like more detail on the food offerings, jump to this article to hear from the chef himself. If you’re interesting in other dining options at Disney Springs, jump here for the grand opening of Morimoto Asia, featuring Iron Chef Morimoto himself, or go here to see some of the restaurant’s cuisine. Go here if you’d like to explore The Boathouse, another excellent Disney Springs dining option. For the ceremony in which Downtown Disney officially became Disney Springs, go here.