This convivial loft-like complex with three bars are elbow-to-elbow with people making a boozy evening out of its cocktails, craft beers, steaks, seafood, chops, and raw bar. Towering slices of baked Alaska are more daunting than the peak of Mt. McKinley, and the nautical theme (there are rare boats affixed overhead) isn’t superficial: After dinner, you can take a surf-and-turf ride ($125 per 25 minutes) from the boat ramp in an original 1961 Amphicar, a versatile vessel that transports passengers from the sidewalk to a 20-minute tour out on the lake. It is one of the top places to eat at Disney Springs.