When you walk into Cap’n Jack’s it is immediately apparent why the name is so casual. There is heavy wood and copper accents in this restaurant, where seating circles the bar and most every seat is near a window. As you eat the sunshine warms you through the slats of the blinds and if you time it just right you can see the sunset over Village Lake. It is comfortable and comforting to enjoy a meal here and the food and service are worth noting. Appetizers and entrees offer something for everyone with options like clam chowder, spinach and artichoke dip, and various steak and seafood dishes-their lobster is especially good.
Cap’n Jack’s Restaurant is on the Disney Dining Plan, and counts as a table service credit per each member of your travel party. If you don’t want to use TWO credits at Fulton’s Crab House, then Cap’n Jack’s is a delicious alternative. Reservations can be made in advance, and are highly recommended for dinner here. Cap’n Jack’s is a wonderful use of your Disney Dining Plan credits. The views here are unmatched-every seat has a view out a window-and the food is fresh and delicious. You can view their full menu HERE.
Overall, we give Cap’n Jack’s an “A”.
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