What has been the most popular shopping, dining and entertainment option for WDW (Walt Disney World) visitors, now becomes an impressively massive and even more inspiring commercial hub to look for. In fact the entire WDW owned area turns into an even bigger, better and ever exciting fun and relaxing alternative for fans from across the globe. The fusion of The Landing, the Town Center, the Marketplace and West Side with such an ever-refreshing story-line is beyond imaginations. And I think each of these independent areas now become the keepers of the world’s finest entertainment, dining and retail offerings that one should not miss while visiting Disney Springs.
Disney Springs is indeed the biggest ever transition in the history of Downtown Disney. And the new additions and venues here are the real heroes in this regard, taking the experience to the next level. They bring to life the fun and excitements that was never felt before. Whether it’s the ever-glittering dockside Boathouse at the Landing or the latest aviation-themed lounge at Jock Lindsey’s Hangar Bar, the exotic flavors of Morimoto Asia or any other venues, including the upcoming and more exciting venues for that matter, I think it’s a whole new world of enticing opportunities for sure. Not to mention the two new multi-level parking garages with the capacity to house around 6000 vehicles.
Inspired by the turn of the century waterfront town and natural beauty of Florida, Disney Springs truly reflects the cool and beautiful imaginations of a time so irresistible and tempting. While the entire Disney Springs Complex flaunts its own ageless story, the venues and attractions within the Complex have their own unique tales to tell. And what is more exciting to know is that most of them comes with the rare storytelling feature which is so unique to the Disney Imagineers.
Just take a walk inside the new aviation themed lounge of Jock Lindsey’s Hanger Bar and you are right into the world of Indiana Jones. The entire decor inside, including the rare sights of old engine propellers, vintage travel posters, ancient idols and more, all carry out the impression of a perfect hangout of Indiana Jones frequent pilot. Even the foods are inspired from the movie and the popular Dr. Elsa’s She-Deviled Eggs is worth mentioning in this regard.
The Morimoto Asia on the other hand brings to life an all new dining experience for all those passionate about flavors from across the Continent. It features the best of what the famous Japanese Chef from Iron Chef America – Masaharu Morimoto has to offer. With offerings such as Peking duck carving and dim sum as the menu and with seating options such as waterside seating or the grand hall and cocktail lounge it definitely deserves the best of attention from the crowd.