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Jock Lindsey's Hangar Bar is an Indiana Jones themed restaurant at Disney Springs at Walt Disney World. It is based around Indiana Jones's pilot Jock Lindsey, a minor character from Raiders of the Lost Ark, and serves as a pilot bar run by him. Many items on the menu have names inspired by the film series.
Jock Lindsey's Hangar Bar opened in The Landing at Downtown Disney on September 22, 2015, a week before Downtown Disney would officially be rechristened as Disney Springs. The Landing was previously known as Pleasure Island from 1989 to 2008, with Jock Lindsey's occupying the space previously occupied by the Rock 'n' Roll Beach Club.
While helping Indiana Jones on his search for the Fountain of Youth, the two traveled through Florida on their quest, including a stop at Saint Augustine's Fountain of Youth roadside attraction, which Doctor Jones was not too pleased by. During one of these flights, the two flew over the clear waters of Disney Springs, which Jock found so beautiful that he decided to eventually build a home there, later opening his Hangar Bar there in 1955.
Easter Eggs and Trivia
The fertility idol from Raiders of the Lost Ark is on a shelf.
In the Lost & Found is the Peacock's Eye diamond from Temple of Doom, a cloth depicting Mara from Indiana Jones Adventure, and Marion's medallion from Raiders of the Lost Ark.
There is a sign prohibiting bartering in the bar with a depiction of the Holy Grail from the Last Crusade on it.
Jock's boat outside the bar is named, "Reggie" for his pet snake.
The dolls of Jones, Willie and Short Round from Temple of Doom are located on a shelf.
There is a letter in Spanish sent to Lindsey from one, "Diego" from before the events of Raiders of the Lost Ark, assisting Lindsey and Jones in their hunt for the idol from the film but bewaring them of René Belloc.
There is a miniature model of Jock's plane, the OB-3PO.
The passport of Adventurers Club member Samantha Sterling is located in the lost & found.
In the lost & found is a multitude of umbrellas next to a shrunken head, seemingly referencing Chief Nah-mee from the Jungle Cruise.
The flight logs allude to a Jungle Navigation Company Skipper having taken Jock to Schweitzer Falls from the Jungle Cruise during a trip to Africa.
There is a mounted T-Rex tooth with a note from, "S.S." saying, "Thanks for getting me off the island". This alludes to how Jock's actor Fred Sorenson saved Steven Spielberg during filming of Jurassic Park by picking him up following his getting stranded by a hurricane.
There are two advertisements for Jock performing in Bigelow's Air Circus, a group from the Rocketeer. One identifies him as having performed alongside the superhero Cliff Secord and historic aviatrix Pancho Barnes.
There is a newspaper in the bar referencing the historic USS Nautilus which inspired Submarine Voyage.
The ice-machine in the bar has a sign on it reading, "Yakoose Ice Co. Est. 1938" which references the character of the Mongolian Yakoose from the Adventurers Club and Pleasure Island.
In Jock's collection is the head of a statue depicting the goddess Babylonia, a relic from the Adventurers Club where it served as a character.
The drink, "Teddy's Tea" is named for historic president Theodore Roosevelt and the drink's description has Jock imitating him.
There are references in the bar to historic aviators such as Pancho Barnes, Bessie Coleman and the Wright Brothers as having some connection to Jock Lindsey.
The keys in the lost & found allude to several characters from history, imagineering, the Indiana Jones franchise and fiction. This includes Howard Stark, Howard Hughes, Pancho Barnes, Indiana Jones, Charles Lindbergh, Briana Ricci, and Theron Skees.