Beaches and Cream Soda Shop is a very small restaurant in the Beach Resort at Disney World along the Boardwalk outside of Epcot. It’s a great place to have a hotdog or hamburger and ice cream. Often times there is a wait to be seated, but we went late at night around 9 PM and were seated right away. We did not have a reservation. We sat out on the patio outside overlooking the pool. Next time, I would sit inside, it seemed way more exciting inside.

The Kitchen Sink, Disney World’s largest dessert!

The Kitchen Sink at Beaches and Cream Soda Shop at Disney World
We went here for ice cream one night and ordered the Kitchen Sink. They literally serve your 10 scoops of ice cream and every topping they have in a little metal kitchen sink. Even with all five of us eating we couldn’t finish it! It cost $26.99 which may seem like a lot, but when you can feed a family of 5-8 people with it, it’s actually an affordable option. It’s probably cheaper than buying 8 people individual ice creams.

I highly recommend taking your kids here to get the kitchen sink dessert. My kids haven’t stopped talking about it and it’s been well over a month since we were there. I think they will always have memories of the lights and sirens going off when they bring it out and the funny announcement they make about the monstrous dessert. You should have seen my kids’ faces when they saw it! If I had known ahead of time about the whole production they make when serving it and how my kids were going to react I would have videotaped it!

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FYI – As an added bonus there is an arcade next door and it’s very reasonable.

The Kitchen Sink at Beaches and Cream Soda Shop at Disney World

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