Disney Springs is gearing up for the holiday season. The shops and restaurants are wearing their wreaths and bows. The deer and trees are everywhere! Definitely stop by to get in the holiday spirit.
Port Orleans Riverside is home to boatwright’s restaurant. The resort is a combination of the gentile and rustic South. With activities like fishing, biking and riding in horse drawn carriages, POR feels much like an all inclusive resort.
This moderate resort has a sister in Port Orleans French Quarter. POFQ is smaller and more intimate. The two resorts are just a few minutes walk down a path.
The only table service in the resorts is Boatwrights. They feature classic southern cooking and a prime rib that can’t be beat.
Cornbread and whipped honey butter are served while you check out the menu. Joe and I both started with the Crawfish Bisque. It has a little bite and nice chunks of crawfish.
Joe chose the Prime Rib. It came with rich mashed potatoes and asparagus. I had the NY Strip with Crawfish Mac & Cheese. Both steaks were cooked to perfection. The sides were incredible.
We couldn’t have desert. We were stuffed! We walked around the resort for a while and loved the scenery. I highly suggest Boatwrights for all ages but definitely for Foodies.