Check out these amazing photos of the sunset during a recent visit to The Boathouse Restaurant’s Dockside Bar at Downtown Disney.
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Take a look at the Food Trucks that are at the Westside of Downtown Disney. Food options from all four Disney parks are represented.
Take a look at some photos of the ongoing construction of the Indiana Jones themed lounge, ‘The Hangar’. It is located between Paradiso 37 & The Boathouse Restaurant.
Take a look at some photos of the Super Hero Headquarters Store at Downtown Disney.
With over 80 venues now open – including world-class and waterfront dining, unique brand shopping and dazzling entertainment – there’s something for everyone to enjoy at Downtown Disney at Walt Disney World Resort! See for yourself in this video!
Downtown Disney used to be an afterthought, the place Disney World tourists picked up souvenirs after their park passes expired. But a major expansion is turning the outdoor mall, near Epcot and Typhoon Lagoon, into a destination unto itself.
Take a look at some photos of some new shops and restaurants as Downtown Disney transforms into Disney Springs.
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Beginning in fall 2015, guests can enjoy Jock Lindsey’s Hangar Bar, a new aviation-themed lounge, located at Downtown Disney® at Walt Disney World® Resort.
With a prime location along Lake Buena Vista, nestled between Paradiso 37 and The Boathouse, this new venue will feature unique cocktails – such as the “Hovito Mojito” with Barso Quebranta Pisco, fresh lime juice and simple syrup – and small plates such as “Air Pirates Everything Pretzels” with house-made mustard and beer cheese fondue.
Ardent fans of the “Indiana Jones” films may recognize Jock Lindsey as Indy’s frequent pilot. In the main room, guests will discover an expansive bar, aviation décor filling the room, vintage travel posters covering the walls and correspondence between Jock, Indy and their fellow adventurers on display.
Internationally known retailers and a 1900s look will be features of Town Center, the next phase of Downtown Disney’s transformation into Disney Springs, company officials say.