Quick service at Beach Club?

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  1. SabbyR

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    We will be staying at Beach Club for 2 weeks in December and I was just wondering where the quick service restaraunts are for Breakfast etc. I dont want to do table meals everytime. Thanks
     
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  3. vicki_c

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    The only CS location at Beach Club is the Marketplace store at Beach Club (and Hurricane Hanna's at the pool). Or you can walk over to the Boardwalk bakery and get things to eat outside or back in the room.
     
  4. Brook1099

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    Allears.net has a list of items @ above posters places she mentioned.

    Have a great trip BC is a great place.
     
  5. Greg K.

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    You can find a variety of salads and sandwiches made to order, and take 'em out to the solarium for a nice, air-conditioned (and sunny!) place to eat.
     
  6. BriarRosie

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    It's all grab-and-go items at the Beach Club Marketplace. There isn't a quick service "meal" you can get like the food courts at the Value or Moderate resorts. You'll find breakfast breads and pastries, a croissant egg sandwich, fruit, and the typical cereal for one packages. Think "continental" breakfast items.
     
  7. rpk1951

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    Can you get carry out a Beaches and creme
     
  8. vicki_c

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    Only ice cream cones (maybe milkshakes?) - they have a separate line/counter/door for that. Anything else has to be eaten inside at a table.
     
  9. rani8600

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    remember the beach club resort is located just a minutes walk from the boardwalk...the boardwalk bakery has a variety of yummy breakfast goodies to eat.

    http://allears.net/menu/menu_bb.htm
     
  10. disneydee6

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    I am also going to suggest heading over to the Boardwalk Bakery. It is a BEAUTIFUL walk in the morning, and there are all kinds of goodies!!
    Hurricane Hannahs is great for days you spend by the poolside.
     
  11. GOOFY26

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    You are close to the Swan and Dolphin you can pick up food there and take back to your room or eat it there. They have a good selection.
     
  12. Hopefully

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    But these restaurants do not take DDP credits.
    The QS options are relatively limited at the BC. As stated by a PP there are no "meals" available like at the Value and Moderate Food Coourts. There is no Food Court there
     
  13. vitamingirl

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    In the marketplace, for breakfast, they have thomas english muffins, yogurt, bulk cheese, entemanns donuts, cereal, milk etc. I would go and get stuff int he morning and bring back tot he room as everyone was getting ready. They also have croissants, egg on croisants etc.
    Lunch: Marketplace: they have sandwiches etc. Kids meal has sandwich, drink and fruit etc so it is good. Hurricaine hannahs has good counter service too.
     
  14. itchin2go

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    Yep. Actually, all of the other Deluxe Resorts have better CS than BC/YC/BW. I did have a pretty good croissant sandwich from the Marketplace one day. They're pre-made but it was tasty. On the other hand, the sandwich I got from the Boardwalk Bakery was easily the grossest thing I've had on property. Cold, slimy, tasteless. Stick to pastries there.
     
  15. DznyDreamz

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    QS breakfast choices at BC are few and far between as you've read. They have a yogurt parfait that I'll have with a plain croissant or fruit once in a while, but it gets old, especially after 2 weeks!

    You will need to either cook in the room or have QS wherever you are heading if that QS is what you really want.

    If we get an early start to the parks, we will have a snack either in the room or from Marketplace and have a late morning breakfast buffet at the park we are going to. It serves as lunch and gives you a break from the parks after spending a few hours hitting some 'must do' rides before the crowds hit.

    Aside from the QS choices, you will have a blast at BC! Its a great resort!
     

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