FULL MENU Review: Jock Lindsey’s Hangar Bar in Disney Springs, Walt Disney World

Welcome, adventurers, to Jock Lindsey’s Hangar Bar in The Landing of Disney Springs!

Or should I say, “Welcome Back”? Just last week, we brought you a First Look from Opening Day of the Hangar, and today we’re back for a full review, including every single food item on the menu, several of the specialty cocktails from the uniquely-themed list of libations, and even a glimpse at some of the specialty souvenir drink glasses on their way to Jock Lindsey’s Hangar Bar.

The reasons behind the high levels of anticipation surrounding the opening of the Hangar Bar have been twofold: first, the backstory surrounds Jock Lindsey — a frequent pilot for the movie character of Indiana Jones — so fans of the film franchise were especially excited to have the chance to step inside the story.

Second, the ongoing transformation from Downtown Disney into Disney Springs continues to bring a whole new kind of dining scene to Disney World, including more upscale dining venues like The Boathouse and Morimoto Asia (set to open this coming Wednesday), and uniquely-themed spots such as the one we’re visiting again today.

Jock Lindsey's Hangar Bar Sign

Jock Lindsey’s Hangar Bar Sign

So, we know who Jock Lindsey is… but why the “Hangar Bar”? You see, when Jock was flying Indiana Jones over Florida while searching for the Fountain of Youth, he just so happened to spot a piece of waterfront land that caught his attention.

Backstory in the Hangar Bar menu

Backstory in the Hangar Bar menu

Jock returned in the 1940s to build that bar, along with an airplane hangar from which he hosted airplane tours of Florida.

Jock Lindsey's Hangar Bar

Jock Lindsey’s Hangar Bar

Jock Lindsey's Hangar Bar

Jock Lindsey’s Hangar Bar

So this simultaneous bar-and-airplane-hangar also became a place where Jock could welcome his fellow members of the Society of Explorers and Adventurers to have a drink on the waterfront during any stopovers they may have enjoyed in Florida. These days, the Hangar Bar remains ready to host YOU on your next stopover in the Sunshine State… so let’s step in!

Atmosphere

Immediately upon setting foot inside Jock Lindsey’s Hangar Bar, it’s easy to become overwhelmed taking in all the decor based around the pilot’s life.

Jock Lindsey's Hangar Bar Inside

Jock Lindsey’s Hangar Bar Inside

So definitely be sure to plan a little extra time to explore the building either before or after you grab your drinks and noshes.

Jock Lindsey's Decor

Jock Lindsey’s Decor

Every inch of this place has some knick-knack from Jock’s aviation career over the years.

Jock Lindsey's Hangar Bar Decor

Jock Lindsey’s Hangar Bar Decor

Jock Lindsey's Hangar Bar Decor

Jock Lindsey’s Hangar Bar Decor

From old photographs, banners, and trophies…

Jock Lindsey's Hangar Bar Decor

Jock Lindsey’s Hangar Bar Decor

Jock Lindsey's Hangar Bar Decor

Jock Lindsey’s Hangar Bar Decor

Jock Lindsey's Hangar Bar Decor

Jock Lindsey’s Hangar Bar Decor

Jock Lindsey's Hangar Bar Decor

Jock Lindsey’s Hangar Bar Decor

…to newspaper prints chronicling the Hangar Bar, not one stone is left unturned.

Jock Lindsey's Hangar Bar Decor

Jock Lindsey’s Hangar Bar Decor

Jock’s portrait is hung up in tribute behind the bar, so be sure to tip your hat to the founder during your visit (even if it’s not one of Jock’s signature NY Yankees caps ;) ).

Jock Lindsey's Portrait

Jock Lindsey’s Portrait

In addition to Jock’s mementos, evidence of the fully-functioning airplane hangar is seen throughout the space in mechanical tools and aviation equipment.

Jock Lindsey's Hangar Bar Decor

Jock Lindsey’s Hangar Bar Decor

In true Disney Imagineering style, even the light fixtures are themed!

Jock Lindsey's Hangar Bar Decor

Jock Lindsey’s Hangar Bar Decor

As I mentioned in our First Look, the setting is so full of fun trinkets, tributes, and tchotchkes, that I think even guests who aren’t familiar with the Indiana Jones films will have fun exploring. (Heck, you may even walk away a bonafide fan).

But there are definitely spots that the more dedicated fans will be better able to appreciate. Take, for instance, the shelf pictured below.

Golden Fertility Idol

Jock Lindsey’s Hangar Bar Decor

If you spy that statue on the upper right, you’ve found the Chachapoyan Fertility Idol (a/k/a the Golden Idol), one of the more memorable artifacts from Raiders of the Lost Ark. (Though I have to wonder if Indy knew Jock swiped it to decorate his hangar? ;) ).

So, yes, fans of Indiana Jones should find themselves well-pleased with this incredibly detailed space. Come to think of it, though, so should fans of another well-known entity associated with Disney (but you really have to keep an eye out!)…

Jock Lindsey's Hangar Bar Hidden Mickey

Jock Lindsey’s Hangar Bar Unofficial Hidden Mickey

Our server (shout-out to “Aloha” — she was awesome) pointed this one out. There are similar items in the area without the extra “ears,” so I feel good about this being a real hidden Mickey.

Jock Lindsey's Hangar Bar Hidden Mickey

Jock Lindsey’s Hangar Bar Unofficial Hidden Mickey

Speaking of “hidden” things, don’t forget to grab a shot of the hidden R2-D2. George Lucas helmed the Indy movies as well as the Star Wars films, of course.

HIdden R2-D2 at Jock Lindsey's

HIdden R2-D2 at Jock Lindsey’s

Whew! After all that treasure-hunting, you begin to crave a seat! Fortunately, Jock did a good job making the place comfy, with both indoor and outdoor seating. Inside, the large and prominent bar offers even more detailed decor for you to enjoy when you belly up.

Jock Lindsey's Indoor Bar

Jock Lindsey’s Indoor Bar

You can study a large map to follow some of Jock’s past adventures. And be sure to ask the bartenders for a little visual tour of the artifacts behind the bar.

Jock Linsey's Hangar Bar Map

Jock Lindsey’s Hangar Bar Map

As promised when Disney first revealed plans for the Hangar Bar, Jock Lindsey’s beloved pet snake, Reggie, certainly has a major influence in the bar’s story (much to Indiana’s chagrin, no doubt). The large, glowing canister on the bar contains the makings of Reggie’s Revenge. (FYI — this one is just for looks — they have a keg below the bar that holds the actual drink you’ll be served.)

Reggie's Revenge

Reggie’s Revenge

And if you look up, you might spot Reggie’s cage amidst all the paraphernalia.

Reggie's Cage

Reggie’s Cage

The problem is… you won’t spot Reggie. He must be out and about, so if you have snake issues like Indy, consider yourself warned ;)!

Table seating is also available, and the seats themselves are various mismatched booths and chairs, perhaps picked up on Jock’s many adventures. All are wood-and-metal combos, giving an old-school aviation feel to the decor.

Jock Lindsey's Indoor Seating

Jock Lindsey’s Indoor Seating

Jock Lindsey's Indoor Seating

Jock Lindsey’s Indoor Seating

But, c’mon… you should know me well enough by now to realize there was no way I was going to pass up the opportunity to sit in the DIVING BELL!!!

Jock Lindsey's Indoor Seating

Jock Lindsey’s Indoor Seating

There’s plenty of seating available at the Hangar Bar, with its 150-person capacity. But you may have to stalk this spot for a while to nab the chance to sit there, which I SO TOTALLY DID. That’s time well spent, in my book.

Still, with a views of the water and theming that continues outside, you might enjoy wandering to the next bar and two outdoor seating areas.

Jock Lindsey's Outdoor Bar

Jock Lindsey’s Outdoor Bar

And, of course, they sell more than just live bait behind the bar ;) .

Jock Lindsey's Outdoor Bar

Jock Lindsey’s Outdoor Bar

All outdoor seating is covered and offers great views of Village Lake, along with an industrial, aviation setting.

Jock Lindsey's Outdoor Seating

Jock Lindsey’s Outdoor Seating

Jock Lindsey's Outdoor Table

Jock Lindsey’s Outdoor Table

Be sure to check out this spot off to the side of the patio area where you’ll find Jock Lindsey’s desk.

Jock Lindsey's Outdoor Decor

Jock Lindsey’s Outdoor Decor

A fun tip: wave your hand in front of the microphone and you might be able to hear Jock Lindsey’s voice coming in over the waves!

Jock Lindsey's Outdoor Decor

Jock Lindsey’s Outdoor Decor

The most coveted outdoor spots, though, might just be onboard Jock’s dry-docked boat, Reggie; named after his beloved (and still missing) snake, and complete with wraparound booth seating.

Jock Lindsey's Hangar Bar Outdoor Seating

Jock Lindsey’s Outdoor Seating

Jock Lindsey's Outdoor Seating

Jock Lindsey’s Outdoor Seating

Well, I’d say “that sums it up,” except for the fact that I think you can easily tell that this is one of those spots you could visit dozens of times and notice something new with each visit. So we’ll leave some treasure for you to search out on your own, ‘cuz we’ve got some drinkin’ and eatin’ to do!

There is one thing to note, though, before we get into what’s on the menu at the Hangar: be sure to bring proper payment.

Jock Lindsey's No Artifacts Sign

Jock Lindsey’s No Artifacts Sign

Because even the Holy Grail is no longer accepted in exchange for what you’re about to see….

Eats and Drinks

We’re starting with drinks in this watering hole, with a menu — I mean, Pilot’s Log Book :) — chock full of specialty libations, perfectly themed to their surroundings!

Pilot Log Book

Pilot’s Log Book

Adding to the fun, the menu also serves as an exploration of Jock’s adventures with a list of beverages that coordinate with some of his favorite spots and memories.

Pilot's Log Book

Pilot’s Log Book

Now, you’ll likely notice the specialty glasses in the menu shots as we go forward. Similar to all of Trader Sam’s hangouts (the Grog Grotto, Tiki Terrace, and Enchanted Tiki Bar) some of the drinks will be served in coordinating souvenir glasses. I place the emphasis on “will be” because the specialty glassware “was lost in the Bermuda Triangle” on opening day, and the Cast Members weren’t sure when they would arrive (nor did they know what the prices will be to bring one of the glasses home with you once they come in). So, the cool illustrations are all we can show you currently regarding the souvenir vessels.

Well-traveled man that he was, Jock’s drink menu takes guests on a tour around the globe, and we’re starting in Asia (notice the cool scrapbook feel of the Log, tucked with “matchbooks,” photos, notes, receipts, and the like!). Featured drinks in this section include the Anything Goes, the Bedtime Story, and Shorty’s Singapore Sling, along with bottled and draft beer (you’ll find different beer selections in each section of the menu) as well as Sake.

Pilot's Log Book: China

Pilot’s Log Book: Asia

Pilot's Log Book: Asia

Pilot’s Log Book: Asia

Jock notes that the Anything Goes “reminds me of a chilly showgirl I once met at club Obi Wan. Only this martini needs no antidote!” (Indiana Jones fans will recognize Obi Wan as the nightclub seen in Temple of Doom and, of course, a reference to Star Wars). The beverage itself is a martini made up of Byejoe Dragon Fire Spirit, fresh lime juice, and passion fruit and pineapple juices. It was one of the favorites at the table!

Anything Goes

Anything Goes

It comes together as an interesting, full-flavored combination of both sweet and bitter tastes.

Of the featured Asia drinks we tried, though, I’d more highly recommend the Bedtime Story“Legend has it, archaeologists have been chasing this recipe for centuries.” Fortunately, we have it now: Absolut Mandrin Vodka, Domaine de Canton Ginger Liqueur, hibiscus syrup, fresh lemon juice and iced tea.

Bedtime Story

Bedtime Story

It’s no wonder they were on the hunt, because this drink is as delicious as it is eye-catching. I’m not a huge ginger fan, but our team that day liked the ginger flavor for that Asian influence. And it’s garnished with an actual hibiscus flower, to boot!

Bedtime Story Garnish

Bedtime Story Garnish

Our next destination on the menu is South America, where the signature beverage is the Hovito Mojito.

Pilot Log Book: South America

Pilot’s Log Book: South America

You can also order up a Fauxjito, by the name of the Poisonless Dart. Something a little different about the setup of the menu is that the non-alcoholic choices are scattered throughout, instead of in their own dedicated section (just something to note if you bring little ones — who are very welcome here — or if you’re serving as the Designated Pilot for your party). The Bitter Barkeep (which contains pasteurized egg whites, as noted on the menu), is the other signature libation for this section.

Pilot's Log Book: South America

Pilot’s Log Book: South America

We went with the fully loaded Hovito Mojito. This one is made from Barsol Quebranta Pisco, fresh lime juice, mint, simple syrup and soda water, offering a small spin on a traditional mojito using brandy instead of the typical white rum.

Hovito Mojito

Hovito Mojito

The Sunshine State gets its own Log entry, and — with the exception of the non-alchoholic Diving Bell — the drinks in this section feature Florida vodkas, while the beer selection offers Floridian brews. This is also the section of the Pilot Log where you’ll spot what might be the most popular “Jocktail” on the menu so far: Reggie’s Revenge, as well as the Fountain of Youth. 

Pilot's Log Book: Florida

Pilot’s Log Book: Florida

Pilot's Log Book: Florida

Pilot’s Log Book: Florida

For a fiercely-named drink, this is a sweet and fruity cocktail, made of Florida Cane ‘Orlando Orange’ Vodka, midori melon liqueur, white cranberry juice, and fresh lime juice. Mine tasted a bit watered down and kind of like yellow gatorade…so I hope yours doesn’t.

Reggie's Revenge

Reggie’s Revenge

And that extra kick from Reggie? It’s that swizzle stick, which is yours to keep!

Reggie's Revenge

Reggie’s Revenge

I like the “chemistry beaker” look of the souvenir drink glass that this one will eventually come in.

The Fountain of Youth is named after the very thing was Jock was helping Indiana find when he spotted this little town for his Hangar Bar. Even though they never found the actual Fountain, at least they found this tasty recipe, featuring Saint Augustine Cane Vodka, Bols Blue Curacao, white cranberry juice, and sweet-and-sour mix. I’ve become rather a fan of white cranberry juice in a cocktail, providing a bit of a mellow base that seems to mix well with any citrusy spirit.

Fountain of Youth

Fountain of Youth

A visit to Europe via the Pilot’s Log brings us the German Mechanic (a shandy of Paulaner Hefe-Weizen and Simply Lemonade) and The Scottish Professor for featured drinks, as well as “a sample of single malt Scotch Whisky for every plane Jock Lindsey’s ever bent,” with the Aviator’s Flight.  

Pilot's Log Book: Europe

Pilot’s Log Book: Europe

Pilot's Log Book: Europe

Pilot’s Log Book: Europe

Africa features the Cool-headed Monkey, a chilled rum punch with watermelon and pineapple juice.

Pilot's Log Book: Africa

Pilot’s Log Book: Africa

I ALMOST held off on ordering that one until those souvenir glasses arrive, because — let’s face it — it looks like it’s gone be pretty sweet! But I couldn’t help myself. I wanted to taste it!

Un-souvenir-glass Monkey

Un-souvenir-glass Monkey

And I’m so glad I did. This one was, hands down, my favorite of the bunch!

Safari Sangria and a small selection of African wines round out the list.

Pilot's Log Book: Africa

Pilot’s Log Book: Africa

North America is our final destination in the Pilot’s Log, featuring The Hail Mary (check out that great ice sphere) and the Air Pirate’s Mule for the whiskey and bourbon drinkers out there, along with Wrong Island! and Bam’s Barnstormer for the rum fans.

Pilot's Log Book: North America

Pilot’s Log Book: North America

Pilot's Log Book: North America

Pilot’s Log Book: North America

Wrong Island! is Siesta Key Silver Rum, Tito’s Vodka, Tamiami Gin, Tippler’s Orange Liqueur, and sweet-and-sour with a splash of Coke. A fun twist on a traditional Long Island Iced Tea, this drink is definitely on the strong side!

Wrong Island

Wrong Island!

My first glance at Bam’s Barnstormer led me to think I had maaaaaybe tied on one too many… The cool sideways glass is filled with with Gosling’s Black Seal Rum, fever-tree ginger beer and fresh lime juice. That little umbrella is, of course, blown inside out.

Bam's Barnstormer

Bam’s Barnstormer

Reminiscent of the Dark & Tropical Stormy at Trader Sam’s Grog Grotto, it’s the zesty, sweet-spicy (and oddly refreshing) ginger beer that makes this one a standout if ginger is your thing.

No matter which drink you choose, don’t forget to check out the coasters from Jock’s favorite watering holes around the globe (which one of our Instagram followers informed us would be rotated occasionally, so the location may be different on your various visits!).

Jock Lindsey's Drink Coasters

Jock Lindsey’s Drink Coasters

For those looking for more than just drinks, table settings feature rustic tin and linen.

Jock Lindsey's Silverware

Jock Lindsey’s Silverware

That’s right! The Pilot Log Book isn’t limited strictly to cocktails. It also features a decent selection of small plates — all dishes served during the New Member Dinner for the Society for Explorers and Adventurers, naturally.

Pilot's Log Book Food

Pilot’s Log Book Food Menu

Before you dig in, though, don’t forget this sound advice from the Pilot himself…

Jock Lindsay's Hangar Menu Detail

Hangar Bar Menu Detail

Fortunately, the Good Dates are “safe for the whole family!”  These goat cheese-stuffed dates are served with Marcona almonds and pickled vegetables.

Good Dates

Good Dates

The smooth flavor of goat cheese stuffed dates is kicked up a bit when mixed with the pickled vegetables. I enjoy the flavor and texture combo of cheese and dates anytime, but the choice of goat cheese along with the sweeter flavor of the Marcona almonds elevates what otherwise might be a fairly simple dish. These were deemed good enough to be an entree by the goat-cheese aficionado at our table.

Dr. Elsa’s She-Deviled Eggs are beet juice-brined deviled eggs topped with lump crab.

Dr. Elsa's She-Deviled Eggs

Dr. Elsa’s She-Deviled Eggs

Dr. Elsa's She-Deviled Eggs

Dr. Elsa’s She-Deviled Eggs

The menu says the eggs are “stuffed” with the lump crab, but they are basically topped with a lump of the meat, with bits interspersed throughout the deviled egg yolks.

Dr. Elsa's She-Deviled Eggs

Dr. Elsa’s She-Deviled Eggs

I’ve tried brined eggs before (sans crabmeat) thanks to some relatives in the southeast. I have to say, they are what you might call an “acquired taste.” And I haven’t quite acquired it yet ;). They are beautiful to look at, but the flavor of the pickled beet juice (which lends that fantastic color) is quite strong — an odd kind of sweet and bitter at the same time. The salt from the crabmeat did balance things a bit, but overall I’d say that while they are well-executed, they’re not the best choice for non-adventurous eaters.

The Snack of Ra is a somewhat larger plate made up of African salads and dips with injera flatbread and naan crisps.

Snack of Ra

Snack of Ra

This mini-bread service offers up a cool variety of flavors, and the naan crisps are a fun play on the traditional bread.

Snack of Ra

Snack of Ra

With the selections so far, I think you can tell they’ve worked to elevate the fare here from your typical pub grub.

That said, the Air Pirate’s Pretzels bring us back to some pretty standard bar food… which, hey, is sometimes exactly what you’re after, and ain’t nothin’ wrong with that. Plus, it’s hard to argue with the presentation!

Air Pirate's Pretzels

Air Pirate’s Pretzels

And the bonus is that the house-made mustard and beer-cheese fondue made for some pretty great dipping! (And, yes, I asked for several extra little bowls of beer-cheese fondue, because…everyone should have their own. So good.)

Brody’s Brats offer up a great potential for pairing with the pretzels.  I was surprised by the fairly substantial serving of the grilled bratwursts served alongside ground mustard, cabbage, and pickles.

Brody's Brats

Brody’s Brats

One of the vegetarian-friendly options is the trio of Tanis Tacos. 

Tanis Tacos

Tanis Tacos

Each taco is stuffed with falafel, shredded lettuce, and cucumber-tomato salad, then drizzled with a pink yogurt sauce.

Tanis Tacos

Tanis Tacos

I love the fried shells on these tacos — crispy on the outside with a flaky center, and the veggies were nicely fresh topping the soft falafel.

Tanis Tacos

Tanis Tacos

The slightly spicy yogurt dressing tied all the flavors together well, and it’s also part of our next dish.

The plate of Rolling Boulder Sliders serves up three thick and spicy meatball sliders on brioche buns, topped with shredded lettuce and more of that yogurt sauce.

Rolling Boulder Sliders

Rolling Boulder Sliders

The spice of the meatballs is due mostly to minced garlic and onion rolled into the meat, packing some terrific taste.

Rolling Boulder Sliders

Rolling Boulder Sliders

Rolling Boulder Sliders

Rolling Boulder Sliders

Watch out for Lao Che’s Revenge, named after one of the greatest villains of the film franchise and the owner of Obi Wan nightclub. These spicy Asian wings are covered in a teriyaki-like sticky sauce. They are so flavorful that they don’t even need a dipping sauce. (I know — I can’t believe I said it, either!) These will remind many of the wings at ‘Ohana.

Lao Che's Revenge

Lao Che’s Revenge

Last — but certainly not least — is Squid! Why’d It Have To Be Squid, the calamari flatbread that’s already famous thanks to its cool name.

Squid! Why'd It Have To Be Squid?

Squid! Why’d It Have To Be Squid?

A mildly spicy harissa spread, well-seasoned arugula, and banana peppers also top this impressive appetizer. Still, it’s not for the faint of heart. While many are more accustomed to calamari rings (which kind of help you forget the whole “squid” aspect of the whole thing), the calamari topping this dish is tentacles-only.

Squid! Why'd It Have To Be Squid?

Squid! Why’d It Have To Be Squid?

See what I mean? I think the dish is well in keeping with the general theme, though. After all, why not be a little adventurous in this hangout custom-made for Explorers and Adventurers… both from Jock and Indy’s time, as well as modern day.

Overall

I think the pictures really speak for themselves as far as the level of thought and detail that went into the creation of Jock Lindsey’s Hangar Bar. With a super fun theme that continues right on into some downright creative cocktails and above-par bar eats, the whole experience at the Hangar really speaks to the new level of dining venues that are seriously raising the bar for what to expect once the entire transformation to Disney Springs is completed in 2016.

While Jock Lindsey’s Hangar Bar stands on its own — quite easily, I might add! — as a dining destination, it also brings an even higher level of excitement (along with setting a higher standard) for what’s to come. One thing’s for sure: the growing pains that have come along with the ongoing construction of Disney Springs are starting to yield some pretty sweet results, and I gotta say that so far, Jock Lindsey’s Hangar Bar is topping the list.

The Hangar Bar does not take reservations, so it’s first-come, first-served and also is seat yourself (which is why I was able to stalk those poor, but very gracious, folks sitting in the Diving Bell before I arrived). They don’t currently offer any membership discounts (tables in wonderland, etc), but since they’re Disney-owned, we hope they will very soon.

On our visit, there was plenty of seating outside and, at times, inside as well (even though on opening day there was a 90-minute wait to get in). This doesn’t seem to be the draw that Trader Sam’s is on either coast quite yet, so you may have some luck with not waiting as long as you visit on an off-time.

Are you hoping to visit the Hangar on your next visit to Disney Springs? Please let us know with a comment!

Comments

  1. Gigi Burton says

    It would be nice if there was a page with drink prices, especially when souvenir glasses are involved. We just came back from WDW and saved a Canadian couple a huge shock by giving them advance warning that the Nautilus at Trader Sam’s (with souvenir glass) would run them almost $60 (and closer to $75 Canadian!)

  2. Traci says

    Bill– the Cool Headed Monkey WILL come in a souvenir glass sometime in the near future– the glasses just have not arrived yet. See under the photo of the drink “I ALMOST held off on ordering that one until those souvenir glasses arrive, because — let’s face it — it looks like it’s gone be pretty sweet! But I couldn’t help myself. I wanted to taste it!”

  3. Pamela says

    Gigi, I was there on Saturday and the very back of the menu has a list of all the drinks along with the prices.

  4. V No Privacy says

    YUM! I hope they keep the Squid flatbread all tentacles, which are crunchier and more delicious than their ring counterparts AND in keeping with the restaurant’s theme! Can’t wait to check it out in person!

  5. Jen says

    My understanding about the lack of discounts (e.g., Tables in Wonderland), both here and at Trader Sam’s, has to do with the souvenir glasses. Those make these locations not just food and beverage, but merchandise as well. At least that’s what I was told by a CM at Trader Sam’s. Hopefully some day the accountants can figure it out.

  6. Kimberly says

    Beet-brined boiled eggs and goat cheese are two of my favorite things in the world, so I can’t wait to try a couple of these dishes. Beets are some of the most undeservedly unloved veggies in the world, I think. Poor beets.

  7. Gigi says

    @Pamela – YAY! Now, if only all the specialty bars/lounges would do that…

    @Jen – A castmember at Trader Sam’s told us they don’t take Tables in Wonderland because they are “too new” – implying that they may accept it in the future.

    @ Kimberly – Were we separated at birth?! Growing up in Central PA, I ate more than my fair share of pickled eggs and goat cheese :)

  8. Sam says

    Well, I don’t drink and I don’t like fish. So I guess I’ll be passing this one up. If they had Coke products, I’d go and sit with my family when they come down but apparently they don’t. So I think I’ll let them go there and I’ll go find a food truck.

  9. Jennie says

    We ,luckily, only waited 15 minutes the second evening they were open and wow! What a treat. Food far exceeded our expectations. Adult beverages were unique (some in a good way and some in a rather interesting way). Atmosphere was extremely cool and staff wasn’t overly stressed for a brand new establishment, even taking time to point out interesting tidbits. Not fond of the hunt for your table aspect but hopefully that will change and a hostess will take you to a seat. Overall, food, bevs, view, staff and lots of folks dressed like Indy make it a must visit (right behind Trader Sams).

  10. J says

    Sam – They do have Coke products along with non-alcoholic cocktails and PLENTY of options without fish. Not to mention every item with fish can be made without

    Also, this article botched the story a bit. The Hangar Bar was never a bar and a hangar simultaneously. It opened as a hangar in ’48 and was converted into a bar seven years later — in 1955!

  11. Kimberly says

    @ Gigi – LOL! It must be a regional thing. I’m originally from Ohio, and no one I know here in Florida has ever even heard of boiled eggs brined in beet juice. Glad to find these on a menu!

  12. Jannette from Puerto Rico says

    Awsome review. Love the pictures. Looking forward to visiting on my next trip.

  13. says

    I’ve been anxious for Jock’s to open and it looks to be a spot we will definitely frequent. I’m loving the Disney Springs transformation. What jumped out at me and what has me really excited is that we fiiiiinaly get a direct reference to “The Society of Explorers and Adventurers” on a U.S. Disney property. Here’s hoping this is a sign of future attractions featuring this original IP.

  14. Tom Kelly says

    Jock Lindsey’s bar was a fun place to have a drink, the service was great the Tanis Tacos not so great they were dry maybe they were supposed to be that dry after all Tanis is in a place that is very dry I will be visiting Jock’s place on a regular basis but it wont be for the ” tacos”. Tom in Florida.

  15. Andy says

    This place was so fun to visit that we went twice last week. The waitstaff go by pilot call signs like Scooter and Python and obviously like their jobs. I love the way they hung a radial aircraft engine right over the bar seat I was sitting in! The green drink that resembles Ecto cooler called Reggies Revenge was ok, not great -similar to the reviewers experience. The Squid was really good though. Tons of flavor and interesting to look at too.

  16. Jess says

    Don’t know about Gatorade, but I ordered the Reggie’s Revenge and LOVED IT. I am about to spend my weekend attempting to re-create it.

    We also tried the monkey drink (you can simply ask for it without the souvenir cup) and the Anything Goes and liked both of them.

  17. suzanne says

    Here right now, just had the Scottish professor, excellent :) this place is beautiful and I was glad to have these recommendations while I was placing my order.

  18. Jason says

    We were there on the 20th, early afternoon. Fairly empty and the diving bell was open so we sat in there. ;) I had the Cool-Headed Monkey, my wife had the Reggie’s Revenge, and my father-in-law had a Singapore sling. We split some air pirate pretzels and the squid, why did it have to be squid. Interestingly it was not a flatbread, just an order of calamari. Everything was great and I had a fun time looking around. I really want that Pankot palace poster now.

  19. Juraiquest says

    I was a little disappointed the food menu is entrée only. I would love to eat a full meal there. The décor is really adventure inspiring. My family doesn’t drink (I do occasionally indulge in a Diet Coke), even so we will most likely drop in for an appetizer or two and soak in the atmosphere when we head there this June.

  20. Dan says

    I am dorky enough to feel compelled to correct the line in this article that says George Lucas helmed the Indy series. His buddy Steven Spielberg helmed all four films while Lucas was the creator/executive producer on the series. ;) Can’t wait to try the place out.

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