Mom And Son Spaceship Earth
  • On Oct 21, 2008
    Lisa from TX Asked Note: This answer was provided prior to the change to planDisney and may still contain references to Disney Parks Moms Panel.

    This is my first stay at the Beach Club can you give me some advice on the dinning/snack options there?

    If you are used to the food courts in the moderate resorts, or even some of the quick dining options in the other deluxe resorts, you may be disappointed with what the Marketplace (the quick service restaurant at the Beach Club) has to offer.  The selection there isn't that impressive.  They do have some sandwiches and soups though, that aren't bad at all.  Beaches and Cream, also located at the Beach Club, is a fun place to go.  It's very much like an old-fashioned diner with hamburgers and shakes and sandwiches.  Cape May serves a typical character breakfast and a clam bake dinner.  Both are buffets.  Hurricane Hanna's (poolside) offers some quick lunch options and a decent selection of adult beverages.

    One of the best parts of staying at the Beach Club, though, is that there are tons of dining options in very close proximity.  You can walk to the World Showcase in a matter of minutes.  Both dinner and snack options there are plentiful.  The Boardwalk resort area is also within walking distance.  Spoodles, Flying Fish, and the ESPN Club are there and all offer tasty menu items for a sit-down meal.  If you're looking for a snack, stop in at the Boardwalk Bakery or Seashore Sweets for treats that will tempt your tastebuds (think ice cream, pastries, cookies, fudge, and candy). 

    We thoroughly enjoyed our stay at the Beach Club for two reasons:
    1. the amazing pool 
    2. the proximity to such great dining locations (mostly in the World Showcase).

    Hopefully you'll enjoy your stay as well!
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