Boulder Ridge Cove is positioned perfectly to visit Geyser Point Bar & Grill for food and drink, and to top up your refillable resort mug.
We did see Cast Members walk about a few times with a menu so managed to grab one to look at. I’m trying to remember if we ordered something from the Cast Member of if Steve went over and placed the order which was then brought out to us.
Either way, we ordered a few appetizers and cocktails which we really enjoyed. The chicken wings were especially good, but looking at a current menu, they don’t seem to be on there anymore.
We had Cheesy Barbecue Brisket with House-made Chips ($11), Edamame with Chili-Salt ($5), and Teriyaki Chicken Wings with Soy, Sesame, and Green Onion ($12).
Because it was a driving-free day we had some cocktails by the pool. I had Frozen Piña Colava – Bacardi Raspberry Rum blended with flavors of Coconut, Pineapple, and Raspberry Purée ($13).
Steve had… well, I’m not sure, to be honest! The receipt has gone AWOL and trying to guess from the menus I can find online. I think he may have had Cucumber and Mint Vojito – Ketel One Botanical Cucumber and Mint, Lime Juice, and Pure Cane Sugar topped with Soda Water ($14).
We spent most of the afternoon in and around the pool, so I’ll finish up this part of the day with some photos from around the resort!
We did take a wander down to look at the Copper Creek Cabins, which are tucked out of the way, and the area feels so peaceful and serene. The cabins looked amazing, and I would love to stay in one of these! But, much like the Bungalows at Poly, the points for one night are crazy, never mind for a few days, or a whole week!
They’re from 87 points per night at the Cabins! That’s nearly a third of our total points that we use for two weeks!