REVIEW: New Shipwreck Angus Bacon Cheeseburger at Hurricane Hanna’s in Disney’s Beach Club Resort

Hurricane Hanna’s Shipwreck Burger
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One of the best things to do on vacation is chill by the pool, right? When it comes to hanging at Disney’s Beach Club Resort, my go-to is usually Beaches and Cream Soda Shop. But after hearing about the Shipwreck Angus Bacon Cheeseburger at Hurricane Hanna’s Waterside Bar and Grill, I knew I had to try it.

Hurricane Hanna’s Menu

Hurricane Hanna’s Menu

Hurricane Hanna’s is located along Stormalong Bay sandwiched in between Disney’s Yacht and Beach Club Resorts, and offers a variety of quick service meal options. It’s pretty convenient to just hop over and grab a bite while spending the day at the pool. The menu offers everything from bacon cheeseburgers and chicken sandwiches, to salads and vegetable wraps. It all sounds good, but I’m on a mission to try the Shipwreck Bacon Cheeseburger. The description on the menu says “ground short-rib, brisket, and fried shrimp with Cajun remoulade sauce.” Oh, yeah. This is gonna be good.

Hurricane Hanna’s Shipwreck Burger

Hurricane Hanna’s Shipwreck Burger

The burger comes with bacon, cheese, lettuce, and tomato, all topped by an alluring skewer of fried shrimp. It’s served with a Cajun remoulade sauce, and thankfully, plenty of it. The waffle fries are a new addition here, too, and a welcome one at that. They were salty and fried to perfection.

Hurricane Hanna’s Shipwreck Burger

Hurricane Hanna’s Shipwreck Burger

This burger is delicious. The patty is made up of ground short-rib and brisket, which really creates a tender and flavorful burger. The Cajun remoulade sauce really deserves a lot of credit. It has a very strong flavor, but it’s not spicy. The sauce blends well with the taste of the burger and leaves you wanting more. This is a very tasty burger, and for $13.99, it’s totally worth it.

Hurricane Hanna’s Shipwreck Burger

The shrimp was good, but it wasn’t anything special. They’re a little bland, and seem to be more for decoration and texture rather than taste, but the Cajun remoulade sauce saves them. It’s that good.

Hurricane Hanna’s Shipwreck Burger

If you happen to take a voyage to the Beach (or Yacht) Club anytime soon, I suggest that you try the new Shipwreck Angus Bacon Cheeseburger from Hurricane Hanna’s (…although I wouldn’t blame you if you went to Beaches and Cream after… just make sure it’s still open when you go!)