Jock Lindsey’s Hangar Bar is brewing up some spooky Halloween concoctions! If you’re brave enough, sip on the limited-time Forbidden Apple and Autumn Smash cocktails or try the special mocktail Poison-less Apple. They will be available until early November so grab them while you can!
Jock Lindsey’s Hangar Bar is brewing up some spooky Halloween concoctions! Sip on the limited-time Forbidden Apple and Autumn Smash cocktails or try our special mocktail Poison-less Apple. 🍎🍹🎃 pic.twitter.com/sb2kZQCnRY
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Quench your thirst for action at this 1940s airplane hangar turned dive bar—ex-home of Indiana Jones’ sidekick and pilot at Jock Lindsey’s Hangar Bar.
Jock Lindsey – The Backstory
How did Indiana Jones’ barnstorming pilot Jock Lindsey end up in Disney Springs?
Fans of Raiders of the Lost Ark can’t forget Indy’s easygoing pilot Jock Lindsey—owner of a pet snake named Reggie—but how did Jock arrive here?
The two globetrotters stumbled on Disney Springs in 1938 while chasing down a mythology-based tip in central Florida. Attracted to the town’s natural springs and lush terrain, Jock bought some waterfront property and eventually settled down, piloting seaplane tours across the fast-growing Sunshine State.
Jock eventually built an airplane hangar, air tower and runway, and invited fellow members of The Society of Explorers and Adventurers to pay him a visit. His home base soon became a popular stopover and watering hole for world travelers and locals alike.
Jock Lindsey’s Hangar Bar was born!
Today, thrill-seeking families cross borders and continents to soak up the rugged charm of this artifact-strewn hangar bar, with its spare airplane parts, salvaged equipment and dusty mementos of glory days gone by.