Jock Lindsey’s Hangar Bar

If you’re on the search for a cool place to grab a drink or snack in Disney Springs, look no further then Jock Lindsey’s Hangar Bar. Jock Lindsey’s Hangar Bar is located near The Landing at Disney Springs, next to the Boathouse, and features plenty of motif and drinks referencing Indiana Jones.

Hanger Bar

Inside you’ll find huge propellers and fun photos on the walls. Outside if you sit near the radio you’ll hear it kick on every once in a while. The whole place is incredibly immersive and is a great place to relax.

Inside the Hangar Bar
Patio at Hangar Bar

Recently we stopped in to check out a new menu item, but while there we decided to get drinks as well. We both seemed to be in the mood for ginger beer, I ordered the Air Pirates Mule and Bridget got a Bam’s Barnstormer. I have to say, these are some the strongest drinks we’ve had on Disney property. So if you want a bang for you buck with alcohol, stop in the Hangar Bar.

Air Pirates Mule and Bam’s Barnstormer

Enough about drinks, let’s talk food! A new vegan item has been added to the menu so we had to get it. The Pakora of Mayapore is vegan as is and is fried in a designated fryer. Pakora is a fried vegetable fritter with indian spices, these particular ones are made with a chickpea batter.

Hangar Bar Menu

When we ordered we had told our server we were vegan and asked about any other options here. She told us that the Incan Tuna Tacos can be made without the tuna and that the chef could also make a cucumber salad. We were also told that the pretzels are not vegan.

Pakora of Mayapore
Close up of Pakora of Mayapore

The Pakora of Mayapore comes with a curry ketchup and lemon wedges. The pakoras were super crispy and had a ton of flavor. The curry ketchup was pretty thick, like a relish, but I really enjoyed it as I’m a sucker for curry anything.

Curry Ketchup
Pakora of Mayapore

We would absolutely go back here to snack and drink. The pakora reminded me of the ones we’d get from an an Indian buffet we love and the drinks here are always awesome. It’s really a cool place (no pun intended) to take a break on a hot day while spending some time in Disney Springs.

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This review is from April 2018.

Author: Melissa Kramer

Back in 2014 I created Vegan Disney World after going to Walt Disney World several times and finding no resource for vegan options. Corey and I began this blog from our trips and have now moved closer to the mouse to eat around the parks on a weekly basis. Since the blog started we have cruised on Disney Cruise Line, gone to Tokyo Disneyland and to Disneyland in California!

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  1. We had a chef come out and make us some delicious falafel as a shared appetizer here in 2016. Great ambience and drinks – nice to see they have a vegan option on the menu now!

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