The BOATHOUSE restaurant to feature high-end menu including a $115 steak

In less than a week, guests who seek fine dining experiences at Walt Disney World will have another place to add to their list. The BOATHOUSE restaurant will feature a surf and turf menu that is definitely upscale. Items will range from the Tomahawk Long Bone Rib Chop ($115) to a Beach & Sea Lobster Bake ($60). If you want to try it all, opt for The BOATHOUSE Surf & Turf Table ($160), which serves four. The complete list includes a variety of steaks, chops, seafood, and a raw bar.

Tomahawk Long Bone Rib Chop for Two (photo by:

Tomahawk Long Bone Rib Chop for Two (photo by:

The BOATHOUSE is a concept restaurant said to be “waterfront dining with a nautical theme.” It will be located in the Landing District of Disney Springs. Along with other eating establishment nearby, this one will be run by an outside entity. Gibsons Restaurant Group is renowned for their Chicago business called Gibsons Bar & Steakhouse, which was voted as the best steakhouse in that city.


The BOATHOUSE exterior concept art (image by: Disney)

There will be three bars and several rooms featuring a nautical inspired décor. Amphicar adventures, a guided 40-foot Italian Water Taxi experience with champagne and strawberries, as well as a floating artwork spectacle of antique mahogany boats await guests outside. The BOATHOUSE will be open daily until 2:00 am.


Amphicar at The BOATHOUSE (photo by:

The menu does not show up on the official Walt Disney World website yet. However, you can find it on the My Disney Experience app. There is a chance that the menu will change on opening day. Nevertheless, the following list gives you an idea of what items will be available:

Green Grass and High Tides

  • Beach and Sea Lobster Bake (For Two) $60
  • The BOATHOUSE Surf and Turf Table (For Four) $160
Beach and Sea Lobster Bake (photo by:

Beach and Sea Lobster Bake (photo by:

Steak Chops and Provisions

  • Filet Mignon 8 ounce $39
  • Bone-In Fillet Mignon 14 ounce $49
  • New York Strip 14 ounce $48
  • Bone-In New York Strip 20 ounce $52
  • Porterhouse for Two 28 ounce $60
  • Tomahawk Long Bone Rib Chop for Two 32 ounce $115
  • Berkshire Pork Chop 12 ounce $27
  • Filet 8 ounce with provisions Oscar type $53
Surf and Turf (photo by:

Surf and Turf (photo by:

Raw Bar

  • Oysters on the Half Shell $3.50
  • Yellowfin Tuna Poke $16
  • Wild Caught Baja Cocktail Shrimp $4
  • Laughing Bird Shrimp Ceviche $16
  • Crab and Avocado $15
  • Anastasia gold Caviar $100
Yellowfin Tuna Poke (photo by:

Yellowfin Tuna Poke (photo by:

Field Day

  • The Plank $12
  • The Galley $21
  • Seared Tuna $21
  • Sirloin Steak $23
  • Buffalo Chicken $17
  • Caesar $21
  • Garden $8
Broiled Canaveral ‘Bouy Line’ Tripletail (photo by:

Broiled Canaveral ‘Bouy Line’ Tripletail (photo by:

Fish or Cut Bait

  • Coriander Seared Tuna $32
  • Broiled Atlantic Swordfish $31
  • Cedar Planked Salmon $29
  • Wild Baja Shrimp de Jonghe $48
  • Broiled Canaveral ‘Bouy Line’ Tripletail $34
  • Hoisin Glazed Florida Wahoo $42
Cedar Planked Salmon (photo by:

Cedar Planked Salmon (photo by:


  • Firecracker Shrimp $19
  • Coconut Frog Legs
  • Crispy Chili Calamari $18
  • Peel and Eat Shrimp $17
  • Florida Bay Chowder $21
  • Seared NY Strip Carpaccio $18

Stem to Stern

  • Jumbo Lump Crab Cake $24
  • Half Rotisserie Amish Chicken $26
  • Seared Georges Bank Scallops $32
  • Baked Crab Stuffed Lobster $38
  • Garden Pasta Shells $19
  • Grilled Tacos $21
  • Gibson “Sandwich King” Burger Hop Champion $20


  • Fresh Cut Fries $9
  • Sea Salt Baked Potato $7
  • Shrimp and Andoille Mac’ N Cheese $17
  • Steamed Broccoli, Hollandaise $9
  • Grilled Asparagus, Hollandaise $12
  • Cut from the Cob Roasted Sweet Corn $10
  • Pound of Roasted New Potatoes, Old Bay Remoulade $8
  • Roasted Wild Mushrooms $12
Shrimp and Andoille Mac’ N Cheese (photo by:

Shrimp and Andoille Mac’ N Cheese (photo by:

The Not So Bitter End

  • Key Lime Pie in a Jar $9
  • Whiskey Caramel Cornbread Cake $10
  • Mango Sorbet with Plant City Strawberries $8
  • S’mores Baked Alaska (for 4) $40
  • Ice Cream Floats $10

As you can see, the prices are definitely on the higher end. It is signature dining after all. But for those guests looking to indulge, The BOATHOUSE will be worth the extra “clams.”

Are you planning to dine at The BOATHOUSE? Let us know in the comments!

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