Jock Lindsey’s Hangar Bar is an Indiana Jones themed bar & lounge in Disney Springs at Walt Disney World. We had the pleasure of visiting on our most recent Disney vacation and this review will cover our thoughts on the theming, food and price point of Jock Lindsey’s Hangar Bar.
If you don’t know how Jock Lindsey is, don’t worry. Neither did I. I like Indiana Jones as much as the next girl but I wasn’t up to date on all the minor characters’ names. Jock Lindsey was an American freelance pilot. He was frequently hired by Indiana Jones to fly the archaeologist to remote parts of the world. The entire restaurant is based on his life and his treasures when he returned from flying around the world.
The theming is on point, once you realize what it is. It’s a giant hangar, from the 1940s, converted into a restaurant, with old relics and souvenirs from the pilot/owners travels. What could be more perfect! Lots of wiggle room for interpretation here.
I have this belief that you can tell a lot about a restaurant based on how they prepare their non-original menu items. Flank steak and fries is nothing special, but it was delicious.
I’m not a fancy person, I’m not even that much of an adventurous person; I like what I like. And that’s ok. I like steak and fries. And these Peruvian Flank Steak with fries were great.
The Cool-headed monkey is made up of Starr African Rum, Van Der Rum Tangerine Liqueur, Fresh Lime Juice, Watermellon, and pineapple juice. Disney loves to use seasonal fruit juices in their drinks and this was no different. I have already mentioned my feelings toward Pineapple in our Disney Pub Crawl review but hubby is a huge fan and he loved this drink.
The service was a little on the slow side. There weren’t too many other guests here yet, and most of them were just ordering drinks. It was just past noon when we arrived and there was only one server that we could see.
We’ve heard others complain about the slow and inattentive service, and others give it great praise, so it’s nice to see that we had an average experience. Our waitress was ignoring us, she just didn’t pop over to see us nearly as often as we had grown accustomed to at Disney. This is neither a negative nor a positive, just an observation. I can find being visited too often to be just as annoying as being forgotten.
- Service: Table Service
- Type of Food: Tapas, Specialty Cocktails
- Location: The Landing, Disney Springs
- Disney Dining Plan: No
- Annual Pass Discount: No
- Tables in Wonderland: Yes
Official Disney menu
Quench your thirst for action at this 1940s airplane hangar turned dive bar—ex-home of Indiana Jones’ sidekick and pilot.
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