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dtripli
05-24-2010, 08:24 PM
:)Hi Everyone

We are staying at BC early Sept. and taking advantage of the free dining. Does anyone know if Beaches & Cream is on the plan. I didn't see it on the restaurant list. I thought it might be considered counter service? Also can you go in for an icecream as a snack credit? Ok I am getting hungry now! :)
Any info is greatly appreciated! Ooh one more question.....Can we go to the grill out by the pool and order fries as a snack?

CathieArms
05-24-2010, 08:33 PM
It's on the TS list I downloaded last week. :)

Moon Child
05-24-2010, 09:29 PM
They are on the dining plan! Which means the
"No Way Jose" is on the dining plan


yummmmmmm


http://www.diningindisney.com/images/nowayjose.jpg

DisneyFamily123
05-24-2010, 11:14 PM
[QUOTE=Moon Child;36755813]They are on the dining plan! Which means the
"No Way Jose" is on the dining plan
yummmmmmm

Well it's a good thing all those desserts are low-calorie! I'm dying to try Beaches and Cream, not sure I can wait. Maybe do this next trip!

TDC Nala
05-25-2010, 12:20 PM
It's a table service, not a counter service. You can't use snack credits if you sit inside. They have a to-go counter where you may be able to use snack credits for ice cream. No food or specialty sundaes are sold to go, just drinks and small ice cream selections.

itradehilton
05-25-2010, 05:02 PM
Does their wide array of ice cream treats count as dessert?( except the kitchen sink)

squirrel
05-25-2010, 05:17 PM
Yes, the last I heard is all of the ice cream desserts count as a dessert on the DDP except - The Kitchen Sink -it's the only one that isn't included. But then I have heard if you had a certain # of people at your table that wanted The Kitchen Sink they allowed it.

ohiotinkfan
05-27-2010, 07:59 PM
My DD and I ate at B&C this past Easter on the DDP. I too LOVE the "No Way Jose" minus the whipped cream and cherry! We both got double cheeseburgers, fries, and a drink. My DD picked the strawberry shortcake w/ ice cream and strawberry topping/sprinkles. She said it was very good but she liked the "No Way Jose" too. It was way too much food for us to eat so we left half of our burgers but manged to put a large dent in the ice cream. Enjoy!

VeganRazzleDazzle
05-28-2010, 11:39 AM
I was just about to write a thread to see about the 'Kitchen Sink' on the DDP. :rotfl2:

I guess my question has been answered!

Cafeen
05-28-2010, 11:53 AM
Just a note. While it IS on the plan, they do not take ADRs (hence why you may not have seen it on "the" list (depending on which list you were looking at)). They are walk-up only.

CaliforniaDreaming
07-31-2010, 07:40 PM
Does anyone know how late Beaches & Cream is open at night? Thinking it might be a good place to go at 10:30 or so to get a late night meal. Thanks!

WdwforLife
07-31-2010, 07:50 PM
They are on the dining plan! Which means the
"No Way Jose" is on the dining plan


yummmmmmm


http://www.diningindisney.com/images/nowayjose.jpg

Sooooo.....I was totally going to go to Beaches & Cream next month and get the Kitchen Sink with my friends but...wow...after seeing THAT...I think I might change my mind. It's so beautiful.

TDC Nala
07-31-2010, 09:28 PM
But then I have heard if you had a certain # of people at your table that wanted The Kitchen Sink they allowed it.


There's only been a couple of reports that this was allowed, and when it was they required that it be ordered by four ADULTS and counted as their pooled dessert. Child credits didn't count. Most of the time what we hear is that the Kitchen Sink can't be included in DDP at all.

KathyK
08-01-2010, 08:11 AM
Just a note. While it IS on the plan, they do not take ADRs (hence why you may not have seen it on "the" list (depending on which list you were looking at)). They are walk-up only.

Yes, and when I walked up two weeks ago at lunch time, there was a 1 hour wait. My hungry kids and I walked around the lake and had a nice lunch at Big River Grill instead.

dr&momto2boys
08-01-2010, 09:15 AM
There's only been a couple of reports that this was allowed, and when it was they required that it be ordered by four ADULTS and counted as their pooled dessert. Child credits didn't count. Most of the time what we hear is that the Kitchen Sink can't be included in DDP at all.

Our waitress actually asked us if the four of us wanted the Kitchen Sink as our dessert on the DDP. We were only 2 adults and 2 children. :confused3