Any comments on Beaches and Cream for dinner?

Discussion in 'Disney Restaurants' started by disneyboundinne, Feb 28, 2007.

  1. disneyboundinne

    disneyboundinne Earning My Ears

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    We are thinking about going here and I haven't seen much on the boards about this place - any thoughts??
     
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  3. Subrbnmommy

    Subrbnmommy DIS Veteran

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    :thumbsup2 Best Burgers and Ice Cream in WDW!!! But very small restaurant.
     
  4. flipflop

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    Fantastic for burgers and ice cream sundaes. If you are up for it, try the kitchen sink.

    Ditto on the location being very small - we went mid-afternoon from Epcot and waited about 20 minutes for a table. They don't take ADRs and it is a popular place.
     
  5. crisi

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    We didn't like it. If these are the best burgers on property, Disney doesn't have a decent burger on property. Service was slow, restaurant was dirty, we waited a long time in the middle of the afternoon - with empty - but unclean tables, and the ice cream is Edy's/Dryers (a Nestle company) - plain old grocery store ice cream (the sundaes have a lot of toppings though).
     
  6. tortoni

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    We go to B&C on every trip for ice cream or a late lunch. It is small, but the service is very friendly, the atmosphere is fun and the ice cream treats are great. We've had the burgers and sandwiches and I think they are very good. If you go, just understand it is fairly informal and meal offerings are limited.
     
  7. Fairydust.Indy

    Fairydust.Indy Earning My Ears

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    We love the burgers, and the milk shakes are the best I have ever had. But it really small. Most of their business is carry out to the pool. I think it has a few booths, and then a few tables, so depending on your timing...you may have a long wait. I don't think it was actually meant to be a "food destination". We stay at the BC, so it is great just hopping in there for a lunch or early dinner. But I am not sure I would make a trip there from another resort. If you are at Epcot, it would be an easy walk there. But there are so many other options at Epcot for food.
     
  8. flipflop

    flipflop <font color=blue>Mommy is changing her name<br><fo

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    Crisi raises a good point. When I say fantastic burgers, I mean for disney. I have yet to find a burger on property that blew me away or compared to some of the pubs we have at home. We have a place at home that makes the most wonderful grilled burger cooked exactly to your specification with high quality meat on a freshly baked hard roll---- that is not the kind of burger you will be getting at B&C.
     
  9. MeLaNie9

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    I agree with this poster. We had a late lunch there 2 weeks ago...the place is way too small and was really dirty. Service was bad. The waitress short changed us when we paid the bill, then we couldn't find her to fix it. We had to wait for 15 min for her to appear again to correct the mistake and she was pretty nonchalant about it, didn't apologize. Burger was the same burger served throughout the parks. Other food average. Milkshake ok - nothing special. We didn't stay for dessert ice cream because we just wanted to get out of there - it was so hectic and cramped.
     

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