Beaches & Cream 2015 Review 2

October 2015 (Trip Review 2)

 

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So for the second time of this trip I headed to the Beach Club to dine at Beaches & Cream. Here is their menu, which is the same whether you have lunch or dinner there…

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Last time I tried the Beaches Hot Dog, adding chili and cheese. I didn’t really like the chili and cheese, so I regretted adding them. I therefore considered ordering a plain hot dog this time, but instead went with another Beaches & Cream classic…

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Angus Beef Burger topped with Cheddar Cheese, Lettuce, and Tomato on a Fresh-baked Bun served with French Fries

And a look underneath the hood… ;)

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This was a good burger. Not out of this world good, but a solid choice. And the french fries were again great. I had considered subbing them for onion rings, since I really like them here, but decided that I didn’t want them bad enough to pay the extra charge. However, even though the fries are very good at Beaches & Cream, I still must say that their onion rings are even better. I mean, just look at my onion rings from my visit to Beaches & Cream in Oct. 2014… :thumbsup2

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Anyway, I forced myself not to clean my plate because I wanted to follow the suggestion of this sign…

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But when it came time to order it, I just couldn’t do it. I decided that a 3 scoop ice cream sundae was more than I could handle by myself, so the Banana Split will just have to wait until another time. What I did order again though was my favorite 2 scoop ice cream sundae at Beaches & Cream, a smaller version of their No Way Jose…
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This had one scoop of vanilla and one scoop of chocolate ice cream, topped with both peanut butter and hot fudge, a mound of whipped cream, mini chocolate and peanut butter chips, and a maraschino cherry. This is actually considered (and charged as) a regular two scoop sundae with an extra $.99 charge for the extra topping. The only substitution that is made to make it more No Way Jose-like is that it has the chocolate and peanut butter morsels instead of toasted almonds. I can’t imagine that Beaches & Cream’s Banana Split could be any better than their delicious No Way Jose sundae, but maybe someday I’ll be able to compare these two. And then there is their Milky Way sundae…so many awesome ice cream treats to try here, if I can ever actually say “No Way” to Jose. ;)

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