Steakhouses: The Yachtsman -- at Disney's Yacht Club Resort -- reopened in late 2012 following some extensive renovation, primed to serve steak and seafood to the mouse-loving masses in New England-themed digs. Charcuterie and artisanal cheese appetizer selections are tailor-made to inspire exploration of this venue's extensive wine list. Though many of this venue's cuts are repeat-visitor favorites, the 28-ounce Porterhouse is said to be a melt-in-your-mouth experience. In fact, you might even get to watch your steak being cut (well, perhaps not yours specifically, but you catch the drift...) through a window into the Yachtsman's on-site butcher room.
Walt Disney World ®'s Best Steaks: Grain-fed. Aged in-house. Oak-fired. Is your mouth watering yet? These are some of the sexiest phrases in the realm of steak and all three apply at the upscale (but family-friendly) steakhouse inside Disney's Yacht Club Resort, where butches cut steaks by hand and you can even watch the process. Food voyeurism aside, the steaks at the Yachtsman are no joke. From the 8-oz. center cut filet mignon to the 12-oz. New York strip with peppercorn-brandy sauce to the hefty 17-oz. bone-in ribeye, it's a carnivore's delight from end-to-end. Delicious charcuterie and cheese, an excellent seafood selection (not to mention the truffle macaroni and cheese) will please the palates of those less beef-inclined.