General Information

Location: All the way around Rivers of America, near Haunted Mansion.

Date Opened: July 1989

Seating: Outdoor tables around Sailing Ship Columbia's dock.

Service Type: Counter service

Children's Meals: Power Pack

Vegetarian Options: No

Annual Pass Discount: 15% - Premium and Premier - 10% all others

Reservations: No


Menu Information

Menu as of January 2016


Clam Chowder - served in a sourdough bread bowl. $10.49
Lobster Bisque - served in a sourdough bread bowl. $10.49
Seasonal Soup - served in a sourdough bread bowl. $10.49
Lobster Roll- on a buttered roll served with in-house seasoned Cajun chips. $14.99
Tuna Salad Sandwich - on a toasted potato bun with lettuce and tomato. Served with in-house seasoned Cajun chips. $9.59
Fisherman's Salad - Romaine Lettuce, seasoned albacore tuna, haricots verts, tomato, red onion, hard-cooked egg and olives. $10.49
Shrimp Salad - Romaine lettuce, shrimp, bacon, feta cheese, tomatoes, hard-cooked egg, and avocado. $10.99


Fresh cut fruit - $3.49

Kids' Menu

Kid's Power Pack - With Dannon Danimals yogurt, sliced apples, carrots, petite banana and whole-grain "fish" crackers. Includes choice of small low-fat milk or small Dasani water. (Soda available upon request). $5.99


Gold Port Galley Lemonade - All-natural frozen Odwalla lemonade flavored with passion fruit topped with mango and pineapple dust. $4.99
Fountain Beverages - Coca-Cola, Diet Coke, Coke Zero, Sprite, Fanta Orange, Minute Maid Light Lemonade, Gold Peak Iced Tea. $3.29 / $3.69
Dasani Bottled Water - $2.99
Hot Cocoa - $2.99
Hot Coffee - Regular or decaffeinated. $2.99
Travel Mug - Includes coffee or hot cocoa at time of purchase. $6.99

If a menu is presented here it is for guidance purposes only. Menus can change without notice and at some restaurants daily. If you have specific dietary needs or questions it is best to contact the restaurant directly for information. If you'd like to notify us that a menu has changed, or you can provide the complete information, please let us know through our email form.

History and Trivia

  • At this location: This corner of the park actually serves a very functional purpose: it is a dry drock for the two large vessels, Mark Twain Riverboat and Sailing Ship Columbia, traveling the Rivers of America. Walt Disney actually wasn't thrilled by the idea of having this out in view of the public, thinking it would be unsightly, but eventually he was won over and the area was given plenty of theming to help mask the more utlitarian necessities and the area is known as Fowler's Harbor, after Rear Admiral Joseph Fowler who oversaw initial construction of Disneyland. The area has had various levels of accessibility over the decades and several snack counter locations have been in Habour Galley's spot.
  • This Restaurant's history: With the opening of Critter Country in 1989, Fowler's Harbor was given a complete spruce up and as part of that Harbour Galley opened with a seafood menu. On the opening day menu you could find shrimp cocktail, popcorn shrimp, and a halibut sandwich. The restaurant underperformed, however, and by 1998 it was closed again creating an opening for Disney to expand its partnership with McDonalds and early in 2000 Harbour Galley reopening selling only McDonald's french fries and soft drinks. That incarnation came to an end on September 2, 2008, when the sponsorship deal with McDonald's ended. The restaurant reopened in June 2009 with a soup and salads menu.