One question you will likely ask yourself at least once during your Walt Disney World vacation planning is where to eat in Disney Springs? Because Disney Springs has so many restaurants to choose from, it can feel overwhelming.
Add to the fact that you can get to Disney Springs by bus or by boat (especially is you are staying at specific resorts), and that there is no ticket required to enter Disney Springs (which means you can go anytime you want), it makes it a natural location for meals.
Luckily, there are many places to choose from. Whether you are planning your first day traditions, or simply wanting to shop and dine (or grab a tasty treat), there are many places to eat in Disney Springs.
One restaurant we highly recommend is The Boathouse Restaurant.
Where to Eat in Disney Springs: The Boathouse
The Boathouse is a waterfront restaurant with a nautical atmosphere that feels inviting and luxurious all at once, so from the moment you walk into The Boathouse Restaurant you will love the atmosphere.
The first thing I have to say is that the food at Boathouse is delicious. Every bite we had was something to talk about.
The Boathouse Disney Springs Menu
The baked lobster stuffed with crab was not surprisingly as decadent and rich as you would expect and the steak was nothing but tasty. The entire land and sea menu has something to offer everyone, but especially for those who tend to order seafood when at restaurants.
This is where you can get oysters, shrimp, lobster bakes (including one that is meant for two people) and fresh fish.
The Boathouse Kids Menu
The kid’s menu had a wide variety so they’ll definitely find something they love. Little seafood lovers can get popcorn shrimp or salmon, or for those kiddos who prefer to stick to food found on land there are hamburgers, chicken and macaroni and cheese.
Find the full, and most recent, Boathouse kids dinner and dessert menu here, you’ll need to scroll down to the bottom to see it!
How About Boathouse Desserts?
Giant desserts will leave you absolutely exhaustively full! But it was impossible not to want to try the Key Lime Pie in a jar or the blueberry cheesecake, so while it may be tempting to skip out on these, you’ll just regret it.
Find the full dessert menu by clicking on the link above.
Making Reservations at the Boathouse
The Boathouse is a popular spot, and requires two dining credits if you’re using the Disney Dining Plan. The Boathouse books up quickly, so make those reservations as soon as you can!
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