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Pop Century Resort Everything Pop
Primary food court for Pop Century. Breakfast, lunch and dinner.
Average Reviewer Rating: 5 out of 55 out of 55 out of 55 out of 55 out of 5
Number of Reviews: 1 ( Displaying Reviews: 1 - 1 )
5.0/5.05.0/5.05.0/5.05.0/5.05.0/5.0   March 1-7, 2007
Reviewer: TinaMouse Farmington, MN     March 31, 2007
We were very excited about the foods at Everything Pop. In our 7 day stay, we ate there several times and were never disappointed.

The area is quite large with both booths and tables dotting the eating area. There are also tables and chairs outside, flanking the sidewalk by the main pool. At most times of the day, there were plenty of seats. The one time of the day that had limited available seating was breakfast. It was the proverbial madhouse.

There are several serving lines dotted around a large main area. There was hot "mom's" meals which consisted of meatloaf, fried chicken, sloppy joe's (both on the adult & kid's meals), and salmon. We ate the sloppy joe's and salmon. Both were excellent. The salmon came with rice pilaf and green beans. It was less than $9. The sloppy joe's were very generous on the kid's plate, and came with grapes & applesauce (or carrots). It was $3.99, I think.

The next station was pizza and Italian favorites. Not being a big fan of pizza myself, I was not excited when my hubby brought in a large box one night. He had purchased a whole pepperoni and sausage pizza for $16 and it was delicious--even by my standards. You could also buy it by the slice. Other offerings were chicken parm, breadsticks, etc.

Tucked in the back of the food court is a "grab & go" section. It is filled with sandwiches, desserts, fruit cups, boiled eggs, chips, whole fruit, milk, energy drinks, etc. It felt very much like a large gas station convenience store. Prices were commensurate with other resorts.

The next station was for burgers, fries, hot dogs, etc. We didn't purchase anything here, but this was, by far, the busiest station.

My favorite station was the last. There was chicken caesar salads, Greek salads, and several flatbreads topped with really innovative toppings. My favorite was a ham & havarti cheese flatbread. After it came out of the oven, it was topped with an arugula salad tossed in a basalmic viniagrette. It was around $7, I believe. The flatbread was so good that I ordered it again at the end of my stay.

There's also a small dessert counter/ice cream counter as well as a full-service cocktail lounge that looks like it came out of the Rat Pack era. Very cute.

By the cash registers there was tons of Goofy Co. candy. Everything imaginable was available.

The only frustration was the long lines to check out. They were sometimes as much as 15 minutes long.

Beverage centers were HUGE. There was pop, coffee, tea, iced tea, apple juice, and frozen cokes! All were refillable for free w/purchase of the $11.99 resort mug.

Eat here with confidence!!!! We loved it! I might even stop by to eat at Everything Pop even if we don't stay Pop Century!

There wasn't a 4.5 rating, so I left it as a 5, but I would take .5 off for the long checkout lines.

Food=5; Service=4; Atmosphere=5; Value=5