The $115 long bone rib chop for two.
A $115 steak on the menu at the new Boathouse restaurant at Disney World raised some eyebrows this week, but it isn’t the first $100-plus entree on Disney World menus — and it looks like it won’t be the last.
The Boathouse is expected to open next week at Downtown Disney, which is in the middle of a years-long transformation into Disney Springs. On the menu: a 32-ounce Tomahawk Long Bone Rib Chop for two at a cost of $115. (The menu also includes a $100 caviar appetizer, which makes that steak look a lot more reasonable.)
A number of restaurants at Disney World have one or more out-of-this-world entrees on the menu. Most of the big steaks do feed two people, which puts their prices a little closer to the typical $40 or $50 steak, and most of the restaurants do accept Disney dining plans — so it’s not as bad as it sounds.
The prize for priciest steak goes to the Yachtsman Steakhouse, which serves a 32-ounce porterhouse for $119. At the nearby Dolphin resort, Shula’s Steak House has a 48-ounce porterhouse for $105 — and, for lobster-lovers, an Australian lobster tail $130. That dish, presumably, is for one person.
And Capa, the 17th-floor steakhouse at the new Four Seasons Resort at Disney World, offers a 32-ounce porterhouse for $100. (Disney dining plans are not accepted at Capa.)
Of course, the biggest splurge at Disney World is dinner at Victoria & Albert’s at the Grand Floridian, which has a prix fixe menu that starts at $135 per person. Here, you can order an Australian Kobe-style beef tenderloin for an additional $110. (And if that caviar sounded good to you, there’s currently a Galilee Osetra caviar on the menu for $210 an ounce.)