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Adventuredome Food & Drinks

Adventuredome
As a rather small theme park, Adventuredome doesn't offer much with regards to food options. There are two snack stands currently in operation at the park, and one larger quick-service stand that's currently under renovation and closed to the public (as of January 2022). 

That being said, you'll have to eat your main meals elsewhere, like in the adjoining Circus Circus Casino. The buffet is decent for its price, and there's a donut shop, a McDonalds, a pizza shop, and a solid steak house available as well.

Typical theme park snacks, however, are solid at this theme park. You can be sure to find cotton candy, pretzels, potato chips, sodas, and ICEEs.

Top 2 Places to Eat in Adventuredome

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The Walking Taco
The Walking Taco specializes in nacho-style chips that are served in the chip bags with toppings added on. You can choose from Doritos or Fritos and choose from a variety of toppings including nacho cheese, onions, tomatoes, sour cream, and jalapeños. These are a tasty treat but can bit a bit pricey for the portion size at just under $8.
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An Unnamed Food Stand
This unnamed food stand is the only other food option at Adventuredome for the time being (as of January 2022). It offers potato chips, ICEEs, cotton candy, soda, soft pretzels, and a few other snack-like items.

Food & Drinks

An Unnamed Food Stand
Cotton Candy, Pretzels, Soda, Hot Dogs
Price: $5 - $10
This is a basic eatery which doesn't have a name because it really doesn't need one. You can grab a quick bite here while you're making your rounds. The line doesn't seem to get very long, so at least whatever you want to get won't require much waiting. The ICEEs are our favorite here, but a bag of cotton candy is also pretty great for a day at the park.
The Walking Taco
Nacho-Style Chips, Drinks, Hot Dogs
Price: $5 - $10
Specializing in potato chips served nacho-style with toppings, this stand offers a more unique option than the typical theme park fair. They do also serve soda, ICEEs, hotdogs, and a few other traditional theme park food items here if you're looking for something more classic.
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