Review: Beaches & Cream
If you’re looking for a dining alternative somewhere between the typical Walt Disney World® counter service location and one of the many table service restaurants that normally require an advance dining reservation in order to be seated, BEACHES AND CREAM fits the bill. This 50′s themed restaurant reminiscent of a beach side soda shop is located on the back side of Disney’s Beach Club Resort near Stormalong Bay.
The menu features homestyle favorites such as “Burger Heaven”, hot dogs, and chicken, roast beef and turkey sandwiches accompanied by sides of french fries or onion rings. The portions are generous and tasty, but it’s the desert offerings that really put Beaches & Cream into the outstanding category for fun dining!
Ice cream classics such as the banana split and root beer float share the bill with the “Fudge Mud Slide” (a gooey, chewy brownie covered with hot fudge, three scoops of vanilla ice cream, Oreo cookies, whipped cream and a cherry) and the “No Way Jose” (a peanut butter and hot fudge delight featuring chocolate and vanilla ice cream, peanut butter and chocolate morsels, whipped cream and a cherry).
If these ice cream sensations are not enough to send you into desert bliss, there is always the “Kitchen Sink”. Served in a dish resembling a “Kitchen Sink”, this Beaches & Cream original consists of scoops of vanilla, chocolate, strawberry, coffee, and mint chocolate chip ice cream served with all the toppings in the house and a whole can of whipped cream. The “Kitchen Sink” serves four.
Beaches & Cream is open from 11:00 am to 11:00 pm. Guests are seated on a first come, first serve basis. Seating includes tables, counter seats and booths. Since Beaches & Cream is very popular, waits during prime dining hours can be long. A walk-up counter is available for purchase of carry-out drinks and ice cream. A child menu is available.
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