Beaches & Cream Soda Shop

Beaches & Cream Soda Shop is an old fashioned diner at Disney’s Beach Club Resort. It’s also one of the smallest restaurants at Walt Disney World, so it really retains that corner shop feel. And you won’t believe the size of their sundaes.

On a pathway at the back of the resort near Stormalong Bay, you’ll find this picture perfect soda shop beckons you with the promise of burgers, malts, and shakes. Plus they’ve got some serious sundaes to share (or not!).

This casual sit-down restaurant is one of the most in-demand spots at WDW, because the grub is good and there aren’t many seats. If you love pastels, jukebox tunes, and classic American grub, you’ve gotta eat here.

What to Expect at Beaches & Cream Soda Shop

Beaches & Cream is a standard sit-down restaurant where you check in, a hostess seats you and a server takes your order and brings your food out. One really cool thing they do is that whenever a Kitchen Sink sundae is ordered, they’ll sound a siren, add some blinking lights and make a big production as they bring it out to your table. Neat.


This restaurant is located at Disney’s Beach Club Resort along the path the also leads to Disney’s Yacht Club Resort and the Ship Shape Health Club. You can peek into Stormalong Bay from the waiting area, and it’s an easy walk from EPCOT or Disney’s BoardWalk Inn.

The Beaches & Cream Menu

Lunch and Dinner feature the same menu items and you can get them from 11am-11pm. Think burgers, sandwiches, patty melts, fries, shakes, malts, floats, and hand-scooped ice cream. You can get huge sundaes as well as cake and brownies to boot!

See the most up-to-date menu from Disney here.

Advance Dining Reservations

If you want to eat here, advance dining reservations (ADRs) are highly recommended, although you may luck into a last minute spot if you swing by during off-hours in the mid-afternoon or late at night. If it’s just ice cream you’re after, head to the ice cream takeaway window next store – they’ll get you your ice cream to go (but they won’t serve the Kitchen Sink here).

The Disney Dining Plan

Lunch and dinner count as 1 Table Service credit per person on the Disney Dining Plan.