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Castle Park Food & Drinks

Castle Park
People don't visit Castle Park for the food, but there's plenty to like nonetheless, and your wallet will be pretty happy, with most meals priced at $13 or less and serving sizes that are large enough to share. There are only 3 main restaurants at the theme park: Al's Big Top BBQ, Plaza Cafe, and Duke's Frying Factory.

The Plaza Cafe opens the earliest of the three and is essentially a Pizza Hut Express that serves individual pizzas, pastas, and wings. The taste and price are exactly what you expect from Pizza Hut. Duke's Frying Factory usually opens 2nd and mostly consists of - you guessed it- fried foods like corn dogs, chicken tenders, and funnel cake. The last place that usually opens is Al's Big Top BBQ, which serves some of the best food in the park: chicken wings, burgers, large pizzas, and some decent pulled pork tots.

Aside from the main eateries, there's a snack bar in the Arcade, which opens with the park, an ice cream shop, and an ICEE booth. All are perfectly fine for snacks to enjoy throughout your day. We recommend the nachos at the snack bar!

Top 3 Things to Eat in Castle Park

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Chicken Wings
There's just something so wonderful about plain chicken wings with plain fries. The chicken wings at Al's Big Top BBQ are perfect. Like the park, they're not fancy, but they're exactly what they're supposed to be. Paired with the plain fries, this meal is a winner in our book.
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Pulled Pork Tots
The Pulled Pork Tots at Al's Big Top BBQ are a hell of a deal. At just $10, this is a meal that can easily be shared between 2 or 3 people for a filling lunch or snack. The flavor is pretty decent. It's not amazing, but it's good for what it is.
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Deep Fried Oreos
The line at Duke's Frying Factory can go a little slow, mostly because it takes time to deep fry all of the food on the menu. However, the Deep Fried Oreos are worth the wait if you're craving something sweet and indulgent. They're super filling, too, so you can even count it as a full meal!

Food & Drinks

Duke's Frying Factory
Funnel cake, Snacks
Price: $5 - $15
This funnel cake stand has some excellent cheesecake batter so the Duke's Funnel Cake is a must-try. The normal funnel cake is pretty standard and the fried oreos have a high batter to oreo ratio. Since everything is made fresh it takes some time for orders to come out.
Plaza Cafe (Pizza Hut)
Price: $5 - $15
This is your run-of-the-mill Pizza Hut Express. The pizzas are made to serve individuals rather than the usual buy per slice. They also have pasta, breadsticks and bundles. Wings are not recommended because they're small and underwhelming.
Snack Bar
Price: $5 - $15
The Snack Bar is open early along with the arcade and mini golf. The nachos with cheese is a solid choice from the bigger snack options. Sandwich availability may differ day to day so it's a toss up.
Al's Big Top BBQ
Price: $5 - $15
Al's Big Top BBQ is the best food available at the park. The combo plates are a great choice if you're looking for a filling meal. The pizzas are pretty sizeable and perfect for a family so skip Pizza Hut.
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