Indiana Jones inspired 'Jock Lindsey's Hangar Bar' officially announced for Disney Springs

May 12, 2015 in "Jock Lindsey's Hangar Bar"

Posted: Tuesday May 12, 2015 4:18pm EDT by WDWMAGIC Staff

It has been under construction since September 2014, and now Disney has officially announced that 'Jock Lindsey's Hangar Bar' will be opening in the fall of 2015 at The Landing in Disney Springs.

The Disney owned and operated bar will be located just between Paradiso 37 and The BOATHOUSE in what was formerly the Pleasure Island area of Downtown Disney.

The aviation themed bar and lounge will have seating for 150, including both indoor and outdoor space.

The drink menu will feature unique cocktails – such as the “Hovito Mojito” with Barsol Quebranta Pisco, fresh lime juice and simple syrup. Although not strictly a restaurant, there will be small plates on offer, including “Air Pirates Everything Pretzels” with house-made mustard and beer cheese fondue, and “Rolling Boulder Meatballs.” 

Wondering who Jock Lindsey is? Fans of the Indiana Jones movies will recognize him as Indy's pilot. Jock is also the owner of a pet snake named Reggie, which just happens to be the name of the steamboat that is in dry dock at the side of the bar - which also serves as part of the outdoor seating area.



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YodaManSep 24, 2015

I know that for Trader Sam's, they didn't get the souvenir cups until the official opening date and even then most sold out right away. Hoping that is in fact the cup for the Anything Goes because I will do anything to get my hands on it.

sshindelSep 23, 2015

Thanks. I saw it listed as one of the glasses available for purchase on Twitter, but I hadn't seen a picture of one of them. I think that the picture in the menu looks quite awesome (even though she's my least favorite Jones girl, even including Elsa the Nazi) and I want to see how it holds up to the artists' rendition.

Jon81ukSep 23, 2015

It states served in a souvenir glass. But in the pics & review WDWMagic posted their drinks weren't in souvenir glasses, so its probable they don't have them in stock yet.

WDW MonorailSep 23, 2015

Based soley on the picture posted in August, that flatbread has way more calamari on it than what I paid $25 for on Saturday night.

BairstowSep 23, 2015

$15 for a paper-thin flatbread and like 3oz of calamari? That's got to be the most overpriced food item I've ever seen on offer at Disney World. I'm curious if anyone has a worse example.

cjrciadtsterSep 22, 2015

Very Good, good value under 10 bucks

sshindelSep 22, 2015

One thing I want a little clarity on. Is the glass shown in the menu for the "anything goes" a purchasable glass, or just artists embellishments?

wdwmagicSep 22, 2015

Looks good! how is it?

cjrciadtsterSep 22, 2015

Safari Sangria

RandySavageSep 22, 2015

^ Nice review. Looks like they did a great job with this venue. Congrats to those involved.

wdwmagicSep 22, 2015

REVIEW - Jock Lindsey's Hangar Bar at Disney Springs

DznyGrlSDSep 22, 2015

They SO could have made this Hathaway Browne's Hangar :(

Jon81ukSep 22, 2015

The PO boats go from the West Side dock I think.

Mad StitchSep 22, 2015

The third pic has transportation to the resorts. Did they cut the boats to Port Orleans?