The Boathouse at Disney Springs is more than just a restaurant. Yes, it has wonderful cuisine, including fresh seafood, melt in your mouth steaks, a fusion of s’mores with baked Alaska that blends together into a to die for dessert. It’s a great upscale eatery when you’re celebrating a special occasion or just want to treat yourself, but it’s also an impeccably themed place with a very unique experience just outside the restaurant doors.
In addition to dining, The Boathouse offers tours of the Disney Springs lake in genuine vintage amphibicars. These 1960s era vehicles run on both land and water. They’re very rare nowadays, so take the chance to ride in one when you’re at Disney Springs, or at least walk down to The Boathouse to see these amazing vehicles in person. If you’re lucky, you’ll see them in action taking passengers out on the lake.
Inside, you can dine indoors or on a waterfront patio. Either way, you’ll be in the midst of nautical-themed decor. Click the slideshow accompanying this article for a peek inside the restaurant and shots of some of the menu items.
The Boathouse isn’t the only new eatery at Disney Springs. Jump here to read more about Morimoto Asia, a restaurant from Iron Chef Morimoto himself, or go here to pop inside Jock Lindsey’s Hangar Bar. If you’d like to witness the moment when Downtown Disney officially transformed into Disney Springs, go here for the full video.