Where was the best place on Walt Disney World property to get a cookie for breakfast? For your money, you could run to Epcot to be first in line for your various Starbucks pastries and coffee, then run to Mission: Space so you can heave them up. OR you could have parked at Boardwalk Resort, explained to the guard that you were there for cookies for breakfast, asked not to be judged for having cookies for breakfast, avoided a $20 parking fee, and enjoyed a quiet morning stroll to Seashore Sweets…then to Epcot.
Seashore Sweets was the place to get a delicious cookie breakfast and to enjoy Miss America. Not the actual Miss America, mind you. Just some Miss America paraphernalia for some reason.
I guess you’d say that Miss America is sweet, so it follows that she’d be included in a store that also features sweets.
Or, it could be because the Boardwalk is modeled after Atlantic City, the headquarters of Miss America. Whatever. Anyway, you could get a cookie.
Conveniently, the restroom was right there, complete with great pictures of old-timey Atlantic City. Today, Atlantic City looks old-timey, but in a very different way.
Seashore Sweets’ restroom was also the restroom for Flying Fish Cafe and Trattoria al Forno. But, since both Flying Fish Cafe and Seashore Sweets are now closed, I suppose patrons of the Trattoria have to hold it or something. I don’t know. Who out there knows? And, where’s the best place now to get a cookie for breakfast?