First look at The BOATHOUSE menu - opening next week at Disney Springs The Landing

Courtney6682

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Just how many ways can you cook chicken fingers, mac and cheese or hamburgers? What am I missing here or are you talking about teenagers? And if that is the case, who brings teenagers to WDW?

I never knew that children over 12 weren't supposed to ACCOMPANY THEIR FAMILY ON A FAMILY VACATION TO WDW. My 15 yr old will be sad to hear that...she's been a lover of WDW since the first of her 10 trips to WDW. At least she will be welcomed back after she turns 20 and is no longer a teenager???
 

LieutLaww

Hello There
Premium Member
In the Parks
No
Cool, was really just asking so I could pack accordingly in case I do head there, only thing i really need is plenty of $$ but hey I am on holiday so what the hell :D
 

LuvtheGoof

Grill Master
Premium Member
I guess a lot depends on what you want in a steakhouse. I know folks who're perfectly happy with a $15 sirloin covered in steak sauce with a big baked potato on the side. Others would really appreciate a $35 prime dry-aged steak with a simple side of grilled asparagus. But some folks prefer a cold Bud over a pricey microbrew, too.

(I should add that I had my first steak when I was 35, and haven't really 'developed a taste' for dry-aging yet, or had enough experience to appreciate its nuances, so a $35 steak would be a bit lost on me, I fear)
Ewww, steak sauce on a good steak? The blasphemy!
 

shipley731

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Not if you like steak sauce. I put ketchup on mine and don't care what anyone else thinks...it's my steak.
Not my thing but if it makes you happy, who cares what anyone else thinks.

My grandfather used to put ketchup on a bunch of stuff - eggs, steak, prime rib, roast beef. Some folks looked at him like he was crazy; everyone in the immediate family knew that it was because my grandmother over cooked the crap out of eggs, beef, & pork. If there was a hint of pink left, it had to be under done. Putting ketchup on the stuff was the only way he could stand to eat it. That being said, the old lady could fry some awesome chicken. Her secret was frying the chicken in bacon grease. So bad for you, but oh so good.
 

epcotisbest

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Not my thing but if it makes you happy, who cares what anyone else thinks.

My grandfather used to put ketchup on a bunch of stuff - eggs, steak, prime rib, roast beef. Some folks looked at him like he was crazy; everyone in the immediate family knew that it was because my grandmother over cooked the crap out of eggs, beef, & pork. If there was a hint of pink left, it had to be under done. Putting ketchup on the stuff was the only way he could stand to eat it. That being said, the old lady could fry some awesome chicken. Her secret was frying the chicken in bacon grease. So bad for you, but oh so good.
My grannie was the best cook ever. And fried chicken was her best dish. Loved it. She also made amazing biscuits and being from the south, we had chocolate gravy...Man, to only have one more biscuit to dip in her chocolate gravy. She also used bacon drippings, and her fried potatoes dripping in bacon grease and doused with salt and pepper...yuuummmm. I used to take leftover tater biscuits and a chicken leg or two home with me. Wow, that has been 25 years ago or so and I miss her and her cooking every day. Thanks for helping bring up some very pleasant memories. Oh, and my granddad loved her cooking more than I did.
 

Disneyhead'71

Well-Known Member
I'll have the filet oscar, is the side of hairy shoulders extra?

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Food was amazing. Service was top shelf. The atmosphere is obviously sub-casual. My $100 lunch was VERY enjoyable.
 
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Disneyhead'71

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I simply can't imagine how this place won't be a spectacular home run. It is what it is. Chef prepared quality food in an amazingly relaxed atmosphere. This is the kind of place NYC or Chicago or especially LA could never get away with. It isn't pretentious enough.
 

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