Disney’s Yacht and Beach Club are separate Resorts, but they share two very important things: Stormalong Bay (a 3-acre mini water park) and fantastic dining options including a character meal, signature dining, and an old-fashioned soda shop.
Ale & Compass Lounge serves original and classic cocktails, along with a substantial appetizer menu.
Ale & Compass Restaurant serves New England-inspired comfort food as the casual Table Service component of the Ale & Compass dining concept.
Beach Club Marketplace is a Counter Service option tucked inside the Beach Club gift shop, where you can also pick up dry goods to supplement your room essentials (Cereal, PB&J, and the like).
Beaches & Cream Soda Shop is famed for the Kitchen Sink sundae made of eight scoops of ice cream. Other temptations include mouth-watering burgers, sandwiches and soup. You’ll find classic favorites on the authentic jukebox.
Cape May Cafe welcomes morning guests with a buffet breakfast. Minnie and her friends show off their beach attire while circulating the tables. For a non-character dinner, this seaside setting offers a New England style clam bake with an all-you-can-eat buffet.
Crew’s Cup Lounge offers peaceful respite in a cozy, relaxing lounge. Eats here are substantial, often including items like a Lobster Roll, Rock Shrimp, and a great burger.
Hurricane Hanna’s Grill is located poolside offering delicious quick-service items. At the full bar, try a tasty frozen libation. Kid meals are presented in sand pails as a take-home souvenir.
The Market at Ale & Compass provides counter service convenience to guests at the Yacht Club. It is part of the Ale & Compass dining concept at the Yacht Club.
Martha’s Vineyard is a quiet lounge with a breezy feel, inspired by a New England beach house.
Yachtsman Steakhouse has an exhibition kitchen that tantalizes taste buds while you wait for your order. Steaks and seafood are the specialties in this New England dining room complete with knotty-pine beams.