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Old 02-05-2013, 02:38 PM   #17
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Cookie’s Too

There are now two BBQ buffets on the island. Last time we were here there was only Cookie’s BBQ which is centrally located in the family beach area. Since then they have opened Cookie’s Too, which is located toward the far end of the family beach area, so we decided to check it out for lunch. It is very similar to the original Cookie’s and has all the same buffet and drink choices. We were hoping that it would be a little less crowded because its location was a bit farther to walk from the main family beach.

Both Cookie’s BBQ locations are just an extension of ship dining and everything there is part of your vacation package. It’s a simple walk-up, self-serve buffet so just take a tray, silverware, get in line and pick and choose your meal items. The food itself is simple BBQ fare, but there is plenty of variety so we did not leave hungry. They also have a soft serve ice cream machine which is a must to help replace the salt water taste from the ocean with something cool and sweet.

Plenty of kitchy decor to look at while waiting in line.

It wouldn't be much of a BBQ without chicken and ribs.

Side dishes like corn on the cob and carrots and beans. (I think the front pan is a fish dish, but don't quote me on that)

There are hot dogs and hamburgers of course

There are several types of desserts too.

After you get your meal you can take a seat anywhere in the picnic table area which has both sheltered and unsheltered areas. Guests were continuously coming and going so it didn’t take us long to find a table. In 2010, when there was just one BBQ buffet, I remember we searched for quite a while for a table, so the opening of Cookie’s Too definitely offered some crowd relief.

The covered seating area of Cookie's Too decorated in ropes, nets, life preservers and flags.

DH's colorful and tasty lunch.
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