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February 25, 2011

DGTG Goes to WDW: Beaches & Cream

OK... it's getting late and Downtown Disney is getting packed. You're craving something GOOD, but quick and casual that's open late...hmmm? Where do you go?  Beaches & Cream!!!!

Beaches and Cream, located at Walt Disney World's Beach Club Resort is a hidden gem.  This old timey soda fountain is the perfect place to pop in for a burger and fries!  Complete with apron-clad diner waitresses, a juke-box, and 50's style decor, Beaches & Cream is a must-do on your dining list!

Me at the Entrance to Beaches & Cream

Working Jukebox

DGTG columnist Jenna Lynn and Robbie with Beaches & Cream all to themselves!

The food at Beaches & Cream is delicious! The Menu features Cheeseburgers, Subs, Hot Dogs and Wraps as well as soups, salads and a HUGE list of Ice Cream Creations and desserts.

As I said before, on this night, we were in the mood for a good burger, and we found it at Beaches and Cream!  I ordered a cup of their chili and a cheeseburger to share with my daughter, and the waitress offered to split it for us which was nice!!!

The burger was big, juicy and not "overdressed".  The fries were crispy and not greasy! I was uberly surprised with the chili! It was very flavorful and meaty! Tasted homemade, which I was not expecting!

Beaches and Cream is home to the famous "Kitchen Sink": Eight Scoops of Ice Cream served with all the Toppings in the house and a whole can of Whipped Cream $23.99 

Myself and DGTG columnist Jenna Lynn with the infamous Kitchen Sink!!!


But we were sneaky and posed by one at a dirty table!!! The things we do for s story!

DGTG in Review:  Beaches and Cream is a great spot to hang out! B&C boasts beautiful views of Stormalong Bay and is situated right next to the Beach Club Arcade!  Reasonabley priced! We were able to walk in and be seated easily with no reservation. Staff is very friendly and didn't rush us out at closing.  Food is fresh and delicious!  B&C also has a walk-up carry-out window for ice-cream!

**We walked up with no reservation, but during an off-peak season at WDW.  Advance Dining Reservations are always reccomended and can be made up to 180 days in advance at or (407)WDW-DINE**


Unknown said...

Wow..totally awesome..keep up the good work..can't wait to see what's next...Jill P

Jen said...

oh my god the kitchen sink sundae looks amazing, I love the themed bowl... how could you resist?? I can't believed I missed this hidden gem on my last visit!