The Disney Springs Bar That's Not So Secretly Devoted To Indiana Jones

As you would expect of any Disney park, Disney Springs has a variety of restaurants to choose from — 67 of them, to be exact. Some of these restaurants are familiar chains, like Chicken Guy, Earl of Sandwich, and Rainforest Cafe, while others are exclusive to Disney. We're talking about the likes of Maria & Enzo's Ristorante, YeSake Kiosk, and Jock Lindsey's Hangar Bar.

Jock Lindsey's, however, is unique in that it resembles an old airplane hangar. Inspired by (and, per Disney Springs canon, built by) pilot Jock Lindsey from "Indiana Jones," the Hangar Bar incorporates plenty of cool, adventure-themed vintage pieces. However, if you look closely, you might recognize a few special items from the "Indiana Jones" movies.

So which of the hangar's many decor pieces come directly from the movies? And which menu items should diehard fans order for the ultimate experience? Hint: not monkey brains, beetles, or eyeball soup. Gross.

Jock Lindsey's Hangar Bar brings 'Indiana Jones' movies to life

Like any other Disney creation, Jock Lindsey's Hangar Bar is chock-full of "Indiana Jones" references. According to The Takeout, the hangar actually features both the Staff of Ra and the Ark of the Covenant from "Indiana Jones and the Raiders of the Lost Ark." Both items are safely tucked away, but they're easy to spot once you know where to look.

And those aren't the only "Indiana Jones" Easter eggs hidden throughout the hangar. Per All Ears, patrons can also find the iconic fertility idol, Indy's satchel, Short Round's Yankees cap, and even the voodoo dolls from "The Temple of Doom."

Of course, no bar would be complete without a menu. The Hangar Bar menu includes classics, like pretzels, nachos, and chicken wings, but most items' names are, again, references to the "Indiana Jones" movies. One cocktail, for instance, is Reggie's Revenge, named for Jock Lindsey's pet snake. While Reggie's Revenge might not necessarily be a vintage cocktail, we can't deny it fits the bar's theme nonetheless.