What and where is the best food at Knoebels?
steak sandwiches from the Phoenix food pavillion
traveling taco from the saloon
Make no mistake...the wedges are the real deal and are required eating.
Sometimes, I dream about cripy, golden brown triangles. YUMMM!
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Is Knoebels that good or is most everyone else just that bad? Little of both I'm guessing....
LOL, just wait 'til I bring some Miami-style Cuban food up there... you haven't lived until you've had my black beans 'n rice... :)
She laughed and said "Thank you, but you know 'inexpensive' is a relative thing. I've already heard complaints from the locals about how expensive it is!"
"You seem healthy. So much for voodoo."
LOL, just wait 'til I bring some Miami-style Cuban food up there... you haven't lived until you've had my black beans 'n rice...
If anyone is looking for unusual food, there's an Internet cafe with a crazy menu, run by a Cuban-American family, in Danville: http://www.brewsnbytes.com
Ok, now I am hungry. :P
Greg, I totally agree on the Plymouth Rock Cafe. We ate there as well and I couldn't believe how large the portions were for the money.
Getting back to the Knoebels menu....what exactly are "alligator bites?"
*** Edited 7/1/2007 2:54:10 AM UTC by coasterqueenTRN***
It's true that if you go within a 20-30 mile radius of the park, there are lots of restaurants and bars that serve food amazingly cheap-- and the quality is pretty good, so they aren't just greasy spoons and dumpy dives.
My sister's cafe in Florida sells them, made from farm raised alligator. Not awful, but not to my taste either. Texture is the main thing I noticed, kind of gummier than chicken.
Edited for clarity (stupid grammar) *** Edited 7/1/2007 3:55:52 AM UTC by zcorpius***
I'll be at the park tomorrow and I have been doing good sticking to my diet so I might just get the Knoe-bowl salad.
Damn!! now I'm hungry
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