The Boathouse at Disney Springs has become known for the Rubba Ducks guests can purchase in its gift shop. From Celibriducks that are designed to look like icons such as Yoda (titled “Spa Wars”) and The Beatles (“The Sargent Peepers Lonely Hot Tub Band,” in this case) to Amphiducks that are driving the restaurant’s popular amphicars, it’s hard to go home with just one.
Now, The Boathouse has taken their rubber duck obsession one step further by adding the cutest new beverage to their cocktail menu. Called “Duck, Duck, Razz,” this bright blue drink is topped with, you guessed it, a mini rubber duck!
The “Duck, Duck, Razz” is a Stoli Blue Raspberry Martini, making it the perfect drink for warm days ahead. The ocean blue color of the cocktail and the bright yellow duck are giving off serious summer vibes.
There’s no better place to enjoy a drink or two than the deck of The Boathouse overlooking Lake Buena Vista. After a uniquely Floridian surf-and-turf dinner and a “Duck, Duck, Razz,” don’t miss the chance to take a ride in one of the restaurant’s retro-cool amphicars or spend some time on its romantic Italian water taxi, the Venezia.
Disney Springs is the only place in the world where you can take an amphicar ride, so you don’t want to miss the chance! Amphicars were constructed in Germany between 1961 to 1968. Just 3,878 vehicles were produced and only 500 are still operational today. The Boathouse’s amphicars are the only ones remaining that are not privately owned.
A 25-minute jaunt around Lake Buena Vista costs $125. It’s the perfect treat for a special occasion after savoring a meal at The Boathouse. We won’t blame you if you try to take the tiny rubber duck from your “Duck, Duck, Razz” cocktail with you when you leave!
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