Photo OVERLOAD! Dining Recon: The Boathouse

As you’re about to find out, when it comes to The Boathouse, there’s no such thing as too many pictures.  It’s a good thing, my friends, because I’ve got a “boatload” to show you!

Honestly, folks, I’m pretty much going to let my photography speak for itself.  I think my words will just get in the way!  From exterior to entryway …

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… and from welcoming Cast Members to waterside dining …

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… The Boathouse is an undeniable treasure!  The theme – the decor – is phenomenal!  How’d you like to be able to eat in a boat?!

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Boats, boats, and more boats, eh?  Hey, what about the food, you ask?  Well, the cuisine was great!  A bit pricey, maybe, but quite enjoyable.

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We walked in for a light lunch right after the restaurant opened.  Wanting to be near the water, we elected to stroll down the pier and sit “dock side”!

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Mrs. All in WDW selected the Andouille & Beer Steamed Mussels for $15.

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Fortunately, our son and his fiancee’ were able to join us for this experience!  She chose the Yellowfin Tuna Poke and said it was well worth its $18 price tag.

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Ever the adventurer, our son “jumped” on the $17 Coconut Frog Legs.  Hmm.  He said they were very good, but I don’t know if I will ever be brave enough to give them a chance.

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Finally, I couldn’t resist the Firecracker Shrimp!  At $19, I was the most expensive diner of the bunch.  Yikes!  They were delicious, however.  Plus, the portion was pretty substantial!

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Downtown Disney is undergoing a phenomenal transition as it becomes Disney Springs, and The Boathouse has been a great addition to an already impressive complement of restaurants.

My recommendation?  Get it on your list of ADRs and enjoy!  The theme and the food are well worth the price!

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