Happy Hour comes to Jock Lindsey's Hangar Bar

Oct 18, 2016 in "Jock Lindsey's Hangar Bar"

Posted: Tuesday October 18, 2016 11:17am EDT by WDWMAGIC Staff

Jock Lindsey's Hangar Bar at Disney Springs now features a Happy Hour menu.

Available from 3pm to 6:30pm Monday through Friday, you can get a range of appetizers, draft beers wines and cocktails at special pricing.

Jock Lindsey's Happy Hour menu

Classified X 3 Chicken Wings
Just like the Cirrus X 3 Rocket Pack, the recipe for these Chili-Garlic glazed Chicken Wings is top secret...though you may detect hints of Citrus, Jalapeño, and Cilantro. $7.00

Jock's Loaded Nachos
Another Jock Lindsey original! Key Lime Tortilla Chips topped with seasoned Ground Beef, Black Beans, Guacamole, Sour Cream, fresh Salsa, and a blend of Shredded Cheese. $7.00

Belloq's Bacon Fries
BACON!! These Thick-cut Fries tossed with Hardwood-smoked Bacon, a House-made Chimichurri Sauce, and Premium Cheeses are the envy of hungry archaeologists. $7.00

Draft Beer Pitchers
Kingfisher Lager, Paulaner Hefe-Weizen, Sweetwater 420 Extra Pale Ale, or Orlando Brewing I-4 IPA. Pitcher $25.00

Jackson Estate Chardonnay, Santa Maria Valley or Santa Ema Reserve Merlot, Maipo Valley. Glass $7.00

Screwdriver with SKYY Vodka and Orange Juice or Cubra-Libre with Don Q Rum and Coca-Cola® with a squeeze of Lime Juice. $7.00

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Sans SouciOct 24, 2016

I just moved to the Philly area and I am hoping to go to Morimoto for my birthday this year. The menu looks amazing.

Eddie GarrisonOct 24, 2016

We've also been to his spot in Napa and it was far superior to the one in Disney Springs as well. Like I said, the one here is hit or miss to me. Still, a good pot to go. We like sitting at the Sushi Bar & just hanging out with the cooks there with some adult beverages.

Hockey89Oct 24, 2016

Yeah, Philly is his original and flag ship place.... I've never been... I went to his place in Napa and it was very good... Good service

trampdogOct 24, 2016

Having lived and worked in Philly once for several years, Morimoto's there is light years better than the DS version. Not even close. I would even say the Sushi place in the Swan was better when he was training the staff there and supplying beer.

danyoung56Oct 21, 2016

C'mon, Eddie - we all know you can buy and sell the rest of us several times over!

Eddie GarrisonOct 21, 2016

I don't believe you will be disappointed at either location. We have eaten at both of those several times and enjoy them every visit. Morimot's can be hit or miss (to me) it is very good. Homecoming Kitchen is great! We have never had a bad meal there since they have opened and dined there. Probably around 10 times or so now. Enjoy!

Hockey89Oct 21, 2016

I've haven't been yet, but I'm excited to try.... I hope Morimoto's place is as good as his other locations... Same with Rick B... Disney needed new places in a big way for signature dining.

Eddie GarrisonOct 21, 2016

Good! Thanks :) Yeah. It can be a bit much at times with EVERYTHING there is to do here on property. I share your concerns as well. And it seems if they have those concerns or see a downward trend, they (Disney) seem to respond with price increases. Not every time. Though it has occurred. We'll see what happens over the holiday season and when Pandora, Star Wars, etc. are all running fully over the next say, three to five years.

Disneyhead'71Oct 21, 2016

No offense taken. I should have said "I wish I could....". I just short handed it too much. I'm glad people ARE enjoying DS. I like a lot of the new stuff and am concerned that Disney may have super saturated the market down there. Their philosophy seems to be way too much is just enough.....until it all crashes.

Eddie GarrisonOct 21, 2016

I didn't mean it like that. Sorry if it came across like that. My apologies. I wasn't trying to brag or anything like that. Again, sorry if it came off that way.

Disneyhead'71Oct 21, 2016

I can't afford to do Drinks and Apps at Disney Springs a couple times a week.

Eddie GarrisonOct 21, 2016

Probably not. Even when we go during the week there are a lot of people there. Not to the point of waiting to eat at any place. Still, there are a lot of people there eating, drinking, shopping. I'll reserve judgement until it is completed fully. Still some things that are no where close to being opened as well as some getting closer. As locals, we love it. We're there a few times a week. We do appetizer/drink hoping at our favourites & have a great time. Though I can see that it is probably not what Disney envisioned for visiting guests. To me, it really never was nothing more than a few restaurants and shopping to begin with. Even when Pleasure Island was there. I like the new offerings as far as bars and restaurants. Far better now than what it was before. My opinion of course :)

Disneyhead'71Oct 21, 2016

Seems that DS is struggling a bit.

Eddie GarrisonOct 21, 2016

I don't know. I think it depends on what you order. I (typically) drink Crown on the rocks and it tastes like Crown at The Hangar Bar, just like anywhere else :) Never been a fan of the "Specialty Drinks" at Disney or anywhere for that matter. Too many mixers, fruit, etc. to taste what I want to taste. Just my preference of course.