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Dizzy over Disney
05-24-2010, 07:12 AM
the dining plan at all? No counter service or snacks there?

05-24-2010, 07:21 AM
Beaches and Cream is considered table service for the DDP. Not sure about the "to go" ice cream options.

05-24-2010, 07:24 AM
You can not use counter service credits at B&C. I've never tried using a snack credit at the "to go" line. :confused3 That's a good question. We always show up just before opening time (11 AM) and get in line to get seated as soon as they open. We never use our TS credits here, we just pay cash.

05-24-2010, 07:37 AM
It is a TS credit on the dining plan.The to go window only serves:
Menu Date: March 2010

Ice Cream Creations

Hand-Scooped Ice Cream: Vanilla, Chocolate, Strawberry, and Mint Chocolate Chip

Ice Cream Cup or Sugar Cone - Single $3.19; Double $4.49

Waffle Cone - Single $3.49; Double $4.89

Hot Fudge Sundae - 2 scoops $5.99; 3 scoops $7.99

Malts and Milkshakes - $4.99

Coke or Root Beer Float - $4.49



Soft Drinks (Coke, Diet Coke, Sprite, Root Beer, Orange) $2.69

Coffee, Tea or Hot Chocolate $2.19

Pink Lemonade or Iced Tea $2.69
So NO sundaes like No way JOse etc.. Not sure if they take snack credits at the To go window

05-24-2010, 11:49 AM
Yes, they do accept the dining plans, but they do NOT take reservations. You just show up and wait for a table. It is considered a Table service credit on the DP, Not a Counter service.

TDC Nala
05-24-2010, 12:39 PM
it's a TS restaurant. You order from a server, who brings your meal. They will accept TS credits but you can't use counter credits there. You can't use snack credits if you are seated inside. You may be able to use snack credits on drinks and small ice cream cones at the carryout window. The carryout window does not serve food, or specialty sundaes.

(They used to, but the story is they stopped offering food after guests objected to using TS credits for carryout)

05-24-2010, 04:10 PM
My memory is B&C discontinued food in the takeout window before the DDP. The kitchen couldn't handle the volume.

B&C has waiter service and is a table service restaurant. It's probably the least expensive TS restaurant on the plan. DIS seem to want to "max" out the "value" of their plan and as such would avoid B&C. Guests staying at an EPCOT resort, are near the end of their stay and have an extra credit might consider using it. Otherwise DDP.