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Re: Good Eating Outside of Theme Parks

PostPosted: Fri Sep 09, 2016 10:07 pm
by 805Andrew
Cham Soot Gol was a really good Korean BBQ place I went to after the Knott's day of West Coast Bash last year. It's all you can eat meats and they bring you up to three kinds at a time and you cook it at your table. There's also ice cream included with every meal. It's reasonably priced for all the food you get, about $20 per person. It's open to Midnight or later and is on 8552 Beach Blvd just south of Knott's, literally a stone's throw away.

https://www.yelp.com/biz/cham-soot-gol-buena-park

Re: Good Eating Outside of Theme Parks

PostPosted: Mon Sep 26, 2016 12:43 pm
by jray21
805Andrew wrote:Cham Soot Gol was a really good Korean BBQ place I went to after the Knott's day of West Coast Bash last year. It's all you can eat meats and they bring you up to three kinds at a time and you cook it at your table. There's also ice cream included with every meal. It's reasonably priced for all the food you get, about $20 per person. It's open to Midnight or later and is on 8552 Beach Blvd just south of Knott's, literally a stone's throw away.

https://www.yelp.com/biz/cham-soot-gol-buena-park



I'm going to have to try that next time I'm there! I wonder how it compares to Gogi House near SFMM.

Re: Good Eating Outside of Theme Parks

PostPosted: Thu Apr 13, 2017 12:07 pm
by larrygator
Dollywood - Smokies Cuban Cafe on the main drag close to Dollywood Lane. Ham croquettes were insane. Masitas de Puerco were also very good.

Re: Good Eating Outside of Theme Parks

PostPosted: Thu Apr 13, 2017 2:18 pm
by SingleRiderCam
I have a few from my former home town.

Legoland California:
Cessy's Taco Shop: Has some of the best burritos I've ever tried.
Board & Brew: A good small sandwich chain with even better sandwiches.
Swami's Cafe: Has the greatest healthy breakfast (at least in SoCal).
Primo Pizza & Pasta: Amazing pizza followed by quick delivery and great service.

Re: Good Eating Outside of Theme Parks

PostPosted: Thu Apr 13, 2017 5:23 pm
by bill_s
For Great Adventure, I enjoyed Pasquale's 3 Brothers pizza, just a couple miles south on Monmouth Rd. Have by the slice although I got a small and enjoyed the leftovers the next day too. Unfortunately I don't know of anything near other parks because I rarely spend more than $5 on a meal (Applebee's is definitely no problem if someone else is paying!).

For King's Dominion, there is a Guiseppe's 11 miles north at exit 110, OK, and the Rusty Beaver Brewery (haven't tried it, also not open late) in the next shopping center and a Mexican place (smelled good) and chains at exit 104, plus of course Ashland to the south. A useful thing to know about may be the commuter lot at exit 104, 5 miles north of the park, since I'd be wary of parking anywhere near the park. Head west over Rt. 1 and make an immediate right in front of the auto parts store.

Re: Good Eating Outside of Theme Parks

PostPosted: Thu Apr 13, 2017 6:06 pm
by Jason Maier
Well outside Six Flags America, there's the usual fast food places . . . . and some IHOP's as well

Re: Good Eating Outside of Theme Parks

PostPosted: Thu Apr 13, 2017 6:30 pm
by djackson
There is a Jerry's pizza shop right found the street from SFA as well as a Royal Farms both of which are local/regional restaraunts.

Re: Good Eating Outside of Theme Parks

PostPosted: Thu Dec 28, 2017 3:54 pm
by larrygator
El Ranchero Loco is located right outside Dollywood's parking lot entrance at 2902 Veterans Boulevard. Authentic Mexican, family run, great prices, fast service, wonderful flavor on their Carne Asada. I don't think this is a hidden gem since it is starting to get packed near 6pm.

Re: Good Eating Outside of Theme Parks

PostPosted: Fri Dec 29, 2017 11:10 am
by jray21
Sounds good! I absolutely love Carne Asada.

Re: Good Eating Outside of Theme Parks

PostPosted: Wed Jan 03, 2018 8:09 pm
by Angle O. Descent
BJ's Restaurant down the road from Magic Mountain has a great craft beer selection and amazing deep dish pizza =)