While staying at Disney’s Beach Club Resort, my wife and I were able to slip away for a little late-night date (shoutout to my Mom for watching the kids).
This was our second trip to Beaches & Cream - our first was about a year ago for lunch service.
If you know anything about Beaches & Cream, you know it’s one of the hardest reservations to get at Walt Disney World Resort. So when I found the reservation available literally that day, I had to book it.
Our reservation was at 10_35 pm, which had to be one of the last for the day, but it was the perfect time for us to grab a drink from nearby Crews Cup Lounge at Yacht Club Resort.
When you enter Beaches & Cream, you are met with a fresh take on a seaside, old-school diner, complete with a juke box. The environment is fun and inviting.
As for the food, it’s a smattering of classic diner dishes and of course ice cream. Not just any ice cream though, malts, shakes, floats, and sundaes that can feed 8-10 people - served in a literal kitchen sink.
We started off with the most perfect tater tots - crispy, salty, and just pure deliciousness. For our “meal” I decided on the Grasshopper float, which is a pint on Guiness stout with a scoop of mint chocolate chip ice cream. Let’s just say it didn’t take long for this glass to be completely empty.
As for my wife, she was tickled to order the “mini” kitchen sink sundae, which is a four scoop version of the aforementioned kitchen sink sundae, and this one is served in a miniature sink designed to be either Minnie or Mickey’s pants. This sundae has everything on it_ whipped cream, chocolate syrup, strawberry syrup, caramel sauce, strawberries, pineapple sauce, cherries, fudge brownies, nuts, and the most perfect Neapolitan ice cream you’ve had. We did everything in our power to make that sink clean and with the exception of some sauce and strawberries, we got the job done.
It was a shorter trip for us this time, but I don’t know how anyone could leave Beaches & Cream disappointed, I know we sure weren’t.
Until the next one -