I love trying food from everywhere I go and Knott’s Berry Farm is no exception. When it comes to theme park food, they have some tasty options, for sure.
On a recent visit to Southern California, my husband and I decided to hit a favorite childhood theme park for a day of fun.
We ended up spending a lot of time in Ghost Town, and are we glad we did.
While we love riding rides, we love eating even more. We tried as many different foods from the old west town as we possibly could, and here are my top five.
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5 Must-Try Ghost Town Foods
First up is this spicy Buffalo Chicken Sandwich. All-white meat chicken breaded, cooked and tossed in a spicy buffalo sauce, lettuce, and tomato on a sesame seed bun.
Just make sure you get plenty of ranch dressing to go with it, it’s pretty spicy!
My husband loved it but didn’t think the spice was too much, so it’s really just a matter of opinion.
You can find this delicious sandwich at Sutter’s Grill, #15 on the Knott’s Berry Farm Food Locations section of your map.
The spicy sandwich really calls for a special drink, so be sure to head over to the Calico Saloon.
Not only can you watch a family-friendly show, but you can also get an amazing Boysenberry Ale. It’s brewed especially for Knott’s Berry Farm, so you can’t get it anywhere else.
It’s what I would call medium-bodied, so not too strong and definitely not ‘hoppy’ like a craft beer or an IPA.
The boysenberry flavor is subtle but adds a really unique and delicious flavor. We loved it and will definitely have another Knott’s Berry Farm boysenberry beer when we go back.
The Calico Saloon is #19 on the Knott’s Berry Farm Theaters and Attractions section of your map.
Tip: Be sure to get a map
If you like french fries you are going to love the Chili Cheese Fries at the Calico Fry Co.
The fries are loaded with delicious chili and topped with a ton of shredded cheese.
Make sure you get two forks because these fries are hard to eat by yourself!
The Calico Fry Co. is #16 on the Knott’s Berry Farm Food Locations map, near Sutter’s Grill.
If you’re a fan of bbq, then FIreman’s Brigade BBQ is the place for you.
Just look at this menu! Chicken, ribs, steak sandwiches and even turkey legs. And if your kids don’t like any of those items they also have jumbo hot dogs.
There’s literally something for everyone here.
You can even see them grilling while you’re ordering. Fireman’s Brigade is #21 on the Knott’s Berry Farm Food Location map and just a few steps away from the best dessert ever.
Last but not least, a Loaded Boysenberry Funnel Cake is a must when visiting Knott’s Berry Farm. This baby is so big it literally covers the entire plate.
They start with a huge funnel cake, generously dust it with powdered sugar, top it with boysenberry goodness and then add a big helping of soft-serve vanilla ice cream.
We didn’t bother using forks. Also, we couldn’t finish it. You can easily share it with the whole family, which, in my opinion, is a bonus.
Tip: Save money by purchasing an all-day reusable cup
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