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Kings Island Food Prices?


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Hey guys, I'll be heading out to the Island on Friday with a couple of friends. We all want to eat inside the park which I don't do very often. We will all drink water and nothing else, so does anyone know some prices by heart? Here are the places and things we want:
Lunch:
-4 slices of La Rosas (I know they sell them by 1 or 2 slices)
-2 Small salads
-Possibly one meal sized Salad
Dinner
-2 Rivertown Junction meals(Both have Gold Passes)

Any help would be great, thanks!

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Good luck on buying two slices of pizza (which is about $5.59). You will almost certainly have to ask for it. They now pair it with two breadsticks and a thing of sauce for 7-something. No thanks. When I saw this Saturday at the park and waited for some time for someone, anyone, to show up to take off the breadsticks, it didn't happen. After a minute or so (it was early), I left without contributing any nickels towards the debt reduction and Kinzels' salary subsidization fund.

Rivertown Junction offers a 15 percent discount to gold pass holders.

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^How much would Rivertown Junction be for 2 Gold Pass holders?

It's sort of makes me mad they don't post this stuff on the Kings Island Website.

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So, ya know I used to work there, I know the prices and deals.....at any La'rosa's pizza stand they have the gold pass meal deal, which includes 1 whole pizza, a family saled, and 4 20oz drinks for $29.99..... Now when I was presented with it, guests could replace 20oz cups for there OWN souvenir cup..River town junction prices are about 13.99 for gold pass members, so its will probably come to be 25-28 dollars.....if you have any questions about food prices please I.M me and I would be glad to tell you any and all prices!! Well most..lol Posted Image

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Actually the Gold Pass pizza deal is as follows:

June - August: LaRosa's Pizza Meal Deal - Receive a large pizza, a family salad, and four 20oz fountain drinks for only $29.99. (International Street Pizza, Festhaus, Rivertown Pizza and Outback Shack locations)

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Oh goodness I forgot to include the price of it....lol

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Oh goodness I forgot to include the price of it....lol


The Rivertown Junction is approx 15 bucks ea. including tax with the gold pass discount.

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Oh goodness I forgot to include the price of it....lol


The Rivertown Junction is approx 15 bucks ea. including tax with the gold pass discount.


Yeah its only about $2.00 of at Rivertown Junction....

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Thats crazy, a lot more crazy then I thought...Is Rivertown Junction any good?

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Thats crazy, a lot more crazy then I thought...Is Rivertown Junction any good?


Its pretty good as it has most of the options at other places in the park in a buffet and all you can eat setting. Last year they had Eddy's Ice cream, this year they have soft serve but no cones. Food items include pasta, fried chicken, some type of sliced meat (I think its roast beef but could be turkey), mashed potatoes, pasta, tacos/nachos, shrimp, Chinese, mac n cheese, hot dogs, hamburgers, and much more plus deserts. Also drink is included in that price.

Also in the evening/late afternoon there is the Backyard BBQ for 9.95 with your gold/plat card that is also all you can eat but with fewer options.

Depending on my budget for the month I usually chose Rivertown Junction if eating in the park.

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Having had both (haven't had Backyard BBQ yet this year, though, but I've heard good things about it), I would probably choose the Backyard BBQ, but Rivertown Junction is also really good. The food quality at Junction was good, definitely better than some buffets I've been to outside the park (Hometown Buffet, I'm lookin' at you). My only complaint was that the fries were old and didn't seem salted at all (not sure if they're supposed to be salted), but I mentioned it to someone and they brought fresh ones out without a problem. I think the only reason that I prefer the Backyard BBQ is because of the cost, but if you enjoy the type of food served at Junction, it would definitely be worth the extra cost. :)




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