The Walt Disney World Boardwalk is one of the attractions that won't show up on your initial list of places that you must visit, but maybe it should.
The Boardwalk can be difficult to get to. You can either get to it by exiting the at the International Gateway for Epcot and walking 5 minutes to the Boardwalk, or you can go to any park or Downtown Disney and take a bus to the Boardwalk Resort to get to it.
Once you have figured out how to get there you will see a glimpse of the early 1900's Eastern Seaboard captured by Disney. This boardwalk creates a relaxing stroll along a boardwalk with a variety of shops, restaurants, and entertainment venues to explore.
The restaurants include: Spoodles - which offers excellent Mediterranean Fare, the Big River Brewing Company - which offers micro-brewed beer and a full menu restaurant, and the Flying Fish Cafe - which is a very nice restaurant for that romantic or special evening with gourmet fare, specializing in seafood.
There are several shops offering a variety of products from artwork to Disney souvenirs. This is a fun way to pass the time by strolling along the Boardwalk as browsing though the shops.
If it is entertainment you are looking for, you can visit: the ESPN club to catch the game and have dinner or a couple of drinks, the Atlantic Dance Club, where you can fulfill that urge to dance the night away, and Jellyrolls - a lively dueling piano bar.
Evenings are when the Boardwalk really heats up. You will find typical games of skill to participate in, as well as, live entertainment. This entertainment may include magicians, jugglers, singers, etc.
Things are never boring on the Boardwalk at night. So if you are looking to add something new to your Disney World visit, don't forget to check out Disney's Boardwalk area, I'm sure that you will enjoy it.
Posted by Jamie Collins on 6:15 PM // 0 comments