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 …
… and from welcoming Cast Members to waterside dining …
… The Boathouse is an undeniable treasure! The theme – the decor – is phenomenal! How’d you like to be able to eat in a boat?!
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.
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”!
Mrs. All in WDW selected the Andouille & Beer Steamed Mussels for $15.
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.
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.
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!
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!