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Six Flags México Food & Drinks

Ciudad de México, México
Six Flags México has an abundance of eateries around the park that guests can enjoy in between rides and other attractions. Most food and drink locations serve typical theme park fare, like burgers, pizza, popcorn, and soft drinks. There are also a few fantastic restaurants that serve food that's far and above the standard fast food places. Whether you're looking for a sit down meal with a nice atmosphere or a quick lunch to chow down before your next ride, there's plenty of places at Six Flags México to choose from!

Our Top 3 Places to Eat at Six Flags Mexico

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Cafe Paris
This quaint little cafe serves up some of the freshest sandwiches in Six Flags México, along with tasty sweet crepes and a variety of drinks. It's centrally located, has great outdoor seating for people-watching, and rarely has very long lines.
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Saloon Corona
For something more substantial, or if you just feel like treating yourself while you're in the park, head to Saloon Corona for their delectable steaks, crispy wings, and wide alcohol selections.
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Funnel Cake y Churros
When it comes to desserts at this theme park, the treats at Funnel Cake y Churros are king. They're indulgent, affordable, and very shareable if you go with a group.

Restaurants & Food Stands

Chicken Stand
Fried Chicken
Price: $80 - $200 MXN
One of our favorite places to eat in Six Flags Mexico, this restaurant offers Southern-style fried chicken with mashed potatoes, biscuits, and cole slaw. It's one of the best places to feed a large group on a budget, and there's always plenty of seating available, both covered and uncovered.
Located in Bugs Bunny Boom Town
Seduttos Snacks
Popcorn, Hot Dogs, Drinks
Price: $40 - $80 MXN
Seduttos Snacks is a quick stop for hot dogs, nachos, and popcorn. They also have cotton candy, if your sweet tooth is calling. The fare here is typical of standard theme park food -not great, but cheap and quick.
Located in DC Super Friends
Cafe Paris 2
Sandwiches, Drinks
Price: $80 - $250 MXN
Another version of Cafe Paris, this eatery serves the same food without the business that comes with being located in the central hub of the park. This tucked away location is quiet and relaxing -perfect for those wanting a quiet meal of sandwiches and crepes.
Located in DC Super Friends
Andre's Hand Dipped Corn Dogs
Corn Dogs, Fries, Breaded Cheese
Price: $50 - $120 MXN
Andre's provides some traditional theme park food with their corn dogs, breaded cheese (mozarella sticks), and thick seasoned fries. The corn dogs are just okay, but the fries here are some of the best in the park, and the breaded cheese are one of our favorite snacks. There's usually a bit of a wait because they bread and fry each order as they come, but it's worth it to get the food fresh.
Located in Hollywood
Hollywood Pizza
Pizza & Pasta
Price: $60 - $150 MXN
For some classic pizza and pasta in the heart of Six Flags Mexico, Hollywood Pizza is the place to go. The pasta is a bit on the dry side but is a good portion. The pizza slices are large and hearty and perfect for a quick bite between rides. It's not fancy, but will do just fine for feeding a ravenous group.
Located in Hollywood
Johnny Rockets Hollywood
Burgers & Shakes
Price: $80 - $180 MXN
Both Johnny Rockets locations at Six Flags Mexico are pretty popular, so we recommend eating during the slower hours between lunch and dinner. The burgers and fries are tasty, especially when paired with one of their shakes. The food here is a slight step above the rest of the theme park food available, and it's a great choice for picky eaters.
Located in Hollywood
Estación Coca-Cola
Snacks & Soda
Price: $30 - $80 MXN
If you're just looking for something light or quick to eat before you hop in line, Estación Coca-Cola is the perfect spot. The lines move pretty quickly, since they only offer a limited menu of soft drinks, popcorn, and hot dogs.
Located in Hollywood
Cafe Paris
Sandwiches, Crepes & Drinks
Price: $80 - $250 MXN
The main Cafe Paris in Pueblo Frances is a great spot for a sit down meal and break while perusing all the park has to offer. The outdoor seats are nice for people-watching, while the indoor seats provide cover during rainy days. The sandwiches here are large enough to share between two people and are fresh and delicious. The crepes are simple but solid as well, and the drink options are wider than most restaurants in Six Flags Mexico. This is our favorite spot to eat in the theme park, hands down.
Located in Pueblo Francés
DC Comics Super Villains Grill
Burgers & Salads
Price: $80 - $150 MXN
This quick service restaurant is themed around DC's super villains on the outside and seating areas. The food is typical hamburgers and fries, along with some salad options. The quality is good, not great, but just fine for a quick bite. This location is also usually not busy, so it's a great option if you're really craving food but don't want to wait in a long line. The outdoor seating has great views of The Joker ride, so it's also ideal for parents or anybody who wants to relax somewhere while the rest of the group rides the ride.
Located in Pueblo Francés
La Antigua Hacienda
Traditional Mexican Cuisine
Price: $100 - $250 MXN
La Antigua Hacienda sits right at the park entrance and is usually open early for breakfast before the rest of the park opens. It serves traditional Mexican cuisine, including a variety of sopas, carnitas, guacamole, flan, and more. It's a full service sit down restaurant, so you can expect to spend a little more time here. It's rarely busy, since it's farther away from the rest of the attractions in the park, so it might be a great backup option if all other eateries are busy. The food is solid and on par with the quality of typical theme park food.
Located in Pueblo Mexicano
Tacotitlan
Tacos & Tortas
Price: $50 - $120 MXN
Tacotitlan is split up into two sections, both of which serve the exact same food. The upper section is smaller and just up the stairs from the lower section. If the line is long at one section, try the other one for a shorter wait. The tacos are a bit greasy but filling and tasty nonetheless. The tortas can be a bit dry, but you can remedy that with salsa if you'd like. The meals here are pretty cheap, and the restaurant opens early, so it's a great stop in the morning when you're just starting your day.
Located in Pueblo Mexicano
Johnny Rockets
Burgers & Shakes
Price: $80 - $180 MXN
Both Johnny Rockets locations at Six Flags Mexico are pretty popular, so we recommend eating during the slower hours between lunch and dinner. The burgers and fries are tasty, especially when paired with one of their shakes. The food here is a slight step above the rest of the theme park food available, and it's a great choice for picky eaters.
Located in Pueblo Mexicano
Funnel Cake y Churros
Funnel Cake, Churros, & Manzanas
Price: $50 - $120 MXN
This eatery is a must-stop if your sweet tooth comes calling while you're at the theme park. The churros are solid and go well with a coffee, especially if it's a cloudy, rainy sort of day. The manzanas are a favorite with kids and are made fresh in-house. The funnel cake, however, is the best thing on the menu. The premium funnel cake comes with soft serve and a bunch of topping options to choose from. It's large enough to share between 2-4 people and makes for a great dessert after a meal at any of the nearby restaurants
Located in Pueblo Mexicano
Estación Fanta
Soft Drinks & Snacks
Price: $40 - $100 MXN
Located right at the front of the park, Estación Fanta is a great stop for a snack as you're entering or leaving the park. The popcorn is great for waiting in lines, and the hot dogs and nachos can be eaten for breakfast or lunch on-the-go.
Located in Pueblo Mexicano
Papa Kahuna
Hot Dogs
Price: $50 - $80 MXN
Papa Kahuna serves up hot dogs and fries at the border between Pueblo Polinesio and Hollywood. All seating is outdoor, although there are umbrellas for some coverage. The view is pretty nice for people watching, since plenty of rides and other eateries are nearby. The food, however, is pretty bland. You can get better hot dogs nearby at Andre's Corn Dogs and better fries at Johnny Rockets.
Located in Pueblo Polinesio
Six Pizza @ Puebla Polinesio
Pizza & Pastas
Price: $60 - $150 MXN
Six Pizza is Six Flags' pizza restaurant brand, which they have scattered around the park. All locations serve the exact same food. The food is decent quality, with portions large enough to share. The pastas are a bit dry, and the pizzas and salads are basic. The Six Pizzas are best for if you just want to grab a quick bite to eat and you're not really worried about quality, or if you want to sit down for a rest and want to nibble on something.
Located in Pueblo Polinesio
Capone's
Pasta & Salad
Price: $80 - $150 MXN
Capone's is a quick service restaurant that serves up pasta and salad options. The pasta is build-your-own style, which means you can choose which pasta and which sauces you'd like to pair together. The salad is pretty basic and comes with all the pasta plates. The portions here are fairly large and enough to share between two people. However, the pasta is pretty underwhelming. The sauces don't have much flavor to them, regardless of which you choose. The bread sticks and salad are also pretty mediocre. This restaurant is a step up from Chop Six, right across from it, but we recommend eating at one of the better restaurants at Six Flags Mexico.
Located in Pueblo Suizo
Chop Six
Asian Cuisine
Price: $80 - $150 MXN
Chop Six feels a little out of place in Pueblo Suizo, but it's the only restaurant with Asian cuisine available in the theme park, so it had to go somewhere. The restaurant is set up Panda Express style, where you choose a base and some entrees to build your plate. The portions are pretty large for the price, but the food quality is pretty disappointing. The seasoning on the entrees is lacking, making for some bland food. The noodles and fried rice are both dry and bland as well. This is one restaurant we don't recommend at Six Flags Mexico.
Located in Pueblo Suizo
Refreez
ICEEs
Price: $20 - $40 MXN
An ICEE at Refreez is arguably the best food you can get in Pueblo Suizo. They have a few flavors to try, including classics like cherry and blue raspberry. They're cheap, and they're great on-the-go treats, especially on a hot day. You can get the large one, which comes in a funky, swirly container, and refill it over and over again for just $40 MXN ($2 USD).
Located in Pueblo Suizo
La Parilla Vaquera
Burgers
Price: $60 - $120 MXN
This restaurant is another quick service location that serves up the standard burger and fries options. The burgers are simple but pretty tasty, and the fries are great as well. This area of the park is often quieter than others, so short lines and ample seating can often be found here. It's a perfect stop for a quick bite after a stop at the Cowboy Bar next door.
Located in Pueblo Vaquero
Saloon Corona
Tex Mex BBQ
Price: $150 - $450 MXN
Saloon Corona is a full service restaurant with a bar. Wings, steak, and ribs are some of the types of food you'll find here, along with burgers and fries. Its menu is one of the largest in the park, so there's plenty of options for picky eaters. The atmosphere is beautifully detailed and blends in well with the surrounding land. This eatery is great for longer meal breaks or shorter drink breaks at the bar.
Located in Pueblo Vaquero
Six Pizza @ Pueblo Vaquero
Pizza & Pasta
Price: $60 - $150 MXN
Six Pizza is Six Flags' pizza restaurant brand, which they have scattered around the park. All locations serve the exact same food. The food is decent quality, with portions large enough to share. The pastas are a bit dry, and the pizzas and salads are basic. The Six Pizzas are best for if you just want to grab a quick bite to eat and you're not really worried about quality, or if you want to sit down for a rest and want to nibble on something.
Located in Pueblo Vaquero
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