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Will we ever see a "like" button on these forums? Lol. Posts like this would be well deserving.

We've thought about it. And I think having a LIKE Button would replace some actual discussion and we like the forums to be as active as possible.

 

Also there would then be no point in the Nina Kleppe button and we can't allow that to happen.

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Check out this amazing photo compliments of Dave Morgan!! 

I feel bad because this is all I post about lately but no... if a park has the ability to open and there's demand and they choose to stay closed then they're dumb. Period. Be creative and figure it ou

Did they happen to mention how heavy that train is?

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If anyone is planning on making a visit to CP May 11-25 (Sundays-Thursdays) they're running a promotion for rooms at Express Hotel (formerly Breakers Express) if you're a passholder (using the code PASS). I'm not sure if its valid for all passes or platinum passes, but for fun I looked up a one-night stay and it was $60 instead of the usual $100. So that's 40% off. Not bad at all. The renovations look great!

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Hey everyone, headed to CP May 19/20 and was wondering which food location has the best fresh pizza?

 

I will have the all day dining plan and know that I'll probably crave some good pizza at some point.

 

Thanks in advance!

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If anyone is planning on making a visit to CP May 11-25 (Sundays-Thursdays) they're running a promotion for rooms at Express Hotel (formerly Breakers Express) if you're a passholder (using the code PASS). I'm not sure if its valid for all passes or platinum passes, but for fun I looked up a one-night stay and it was $60 instead of the usual $100. So that's 40% off. Not bad at all. The renovations look great!

Are there still discounts for platinum passholders to Hotel Breakers? Never stayed there yet, but contemplating it for this year's end-of-summer road trip.

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The pizza in the park sucks. I've never been there and would be skeptical of any pizza in the state of Ohio, but I'd suggest going to Chet and Matt's in Sandusky after the park closes since it comes highly recommended. They seem to be open an hour later than the park on Saturdays.

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People really don't know how to follow simple rules do they? Or read back... like one page... one... literally ONE page.

Nope! But that's okay because it makes my day far more entertaining!

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Hey everyone, headed to CP May 19/20 and was wondering which food location has the best fresh pizza?

 

I will have the all day dining plan and know that I'll probably crave some good pizza at some point.

 

Thanks in advance!

 

Yeah. Leave the park and head to Cameo's Pizza in downtown Sandusky. Then a quick trip to Tofts for their great ice cream and ridiculous portions! Both are about a 10-15 minute drive from the park.

 

Other than Knoebels, does ANY park have good pizza?

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Thans for all the suggestions.

I knew I was reaching when posting this question, just thought perhaps someone ran might have ran across a "best kept secret" slice of pizza others may not know about.

 

Looks like even though I already purchased the "all day" dining plan, I might just head outside the park for a local slice.

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Other than Knoebels, does ANY park have good pizza?

No. And I wish I learned that lesson instead of being doomed to repeat my mistakes every time I visit a new park.

 

Same Here - I keep trying, hoping that it will be better, and I'm always disappointed.

 

I'm really looking forward to see what happens at CP over the next year, and to see how many enthusiasts stroke out over the lack of an announcement

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^ DelGrosso's?

 

DelGrosso's is pretty good! Also Busch Gardens VA, though if you're getting pizza there, you're missing out on a lot of better stuff.

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Other than Knoebels, does ANY park have good pizza?

Kings Dominion has had great pizza the last 2 Aprils on Int'l Street. Unfortunately the same place by May was overstacked, undercooked garbage and later was generic at best. Hopefully I haven't jinxed it for this year by saying that. My guess is the cooks get free rein at first, then a manager gets involved and makes them make the pieces bigger because someone complains about the cost-quantity ratio. Look at it and you can tell, but by then if it's not good you get to slink out.

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Also Busch Gardens VA, though if you're getting pizza there, you're missing out on a lot of better stuff.

You're right about that. For example, fresh pretzels in Germany!

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What's crazy is pizza is ridiculously simple to make. And generally like sex - even bad pizza is still good. Yet all I ever hear is how awful the pizza is at every park.

 

Personally I eat pizza constantly, but never even bother with it @ parks unless I'm in Wildwood of course but that pizza is not even from Morey's and its the best pizza on the planet.

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Other than Knoebels, does ANY park have good pizza?

 

 

LaRossa's at Kings Island says hi. If you disagree keep your trash pizza opinions to yourself, LaRossa's is the best.

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My cousins in Cincy always talk up LaRosa's pizza.

 

I've had it a few times; very mediocre pizza in my opinion.

 

But I'm a bit of a pizza snob, so if you like it, knock yourself out.

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What's crazy is pizza is ridiculously simple to make. And generally like sex - even bad pizza is still good. Yet all I ever hear is how awful the pizza is at every park.

 

Personally I eat pizza constantly, but never even bother with it @ parks unless I'm in Wildwood of course but that pizza is not even from Morey's and its the best pizza on the planet.

 

Bad pizza is just food, with a few worse exceptions. But really good pizza is so divine it makes bad and so-so pizza blasphemous.

I had the experience of asking for least undercooked piece and being told "OK you can have the burnt piece". Alchemy happens in cooking. Toppings, although certainly can be delicious, are overrated in importance and if they interfere in any way with the primary 3 ingredients should not be used (e.g. wet veggies). Really good pizza is worth passing by Panda Express or good BBQ, while even merely OK pizza is not even close.

 

As to Wildwood pizza, I did enjoy it the last time I had it, probably Mack's. But it is still strange, and the way every pizza on the boardwalk looks identical (at least compared to everywhere else) is bizarre.

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