2015 Knott’s Berry Farm Dining Plan

Knott’s Berry Farm has two dining plan options for this season, a Single Meal Plan ($15 including tax) and an All-Day Dining Plan ($32.16 including tax).

The single meal plan offers guests a meal an a 20 oz. soft drink. The All-Day Dining Plan gets guests a meal every 90 minutes, but does not include a drink.

Season pass holders can also purchase an all-season meal plan for $99. All-season meal plans include two meals per day, spaced 4 hours apart. Drinks are not included.

Below is the updated list of participating locations on the meal plan and their associated meal options.

Bigfoot Broiler (Ghost Town)
     – Cheeseburger & French Fries
     – Foot Long Hot Dog & French Fries
     – Grilled Chicken Sandwich & French Fries
     – Grilled Chicken Kebob & French Fries

Sutter’s Fine Fare (Ghost Town)
     – Cheeseburger & French Fries
     – Buffalo Chicken Sandwich & French Fries
     – Chicken Tenders & French Fries
     – Western BBQ Bacon Burger & French Fries

La Victoria Cantina (Fiesta Village)
     – Tostado Salad with Beans & Rice
     – Grande Burrito with beans and rice
     – Two Tacos with beans and rice

Grizzly Creek Lodge (Camp Snoopy)
     – Cheeseburger & French Fries
     – Jumbo Hot Dog & French Fries
     – Grilled Chicken Sandwich & French Fries
     – Chicken Tenders & French Fries

Coasters Diner (Boardwalk)
     – Cheeseburger & French Fries
     – Southwest Burger & French Fries
     – Grilled Chicken Sandwich & French Fries
     – Chicken Tenders & French Fries

Boardwalk BBQ (Boardwalk)
     – Cheeseburger & French Fries
     – Cheese or Pepperoni Personal Pizza & French Fries
     – Grilled Chicken Sandwich & French Fries
     – Jumbo hot dog & French Fries

Knott’s Soak City

Longboard’s Grill
     – Cheeseburger with French fries
     – Grilled Chicken Sandwich with French fries
     – Jumbo all beef Hot Dog with French fries
     – Chicken Tender with French fries

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2 thoughts on “2015 Knott’s Berry Farm Dining Plan

  1. Andy

    I’m visiting Knott’s Berry Farm in January 2016 and have been reviewing their dining plan with some upset. I am native of Ohio so I am accustom to King’s Island, Geauga Lake and Cedar Points meal plans. Specifically the ability to get Panda Express at these locations. I see there is a Panda Express at Knott’s but I see no mention of it in their dining plan. I hope they are added, this has come to be a staple for Cedar Point and Kings Island when my family visits. I understand each park is has a different culture, with costs in Ca being premium maybe this is why it hasn’t been added to the list.

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  2. V Palmer

    We purchased the all-season dining plan for a total of 99 plus tax (for 5 of us). We had our first meal there on Friday. I ordered a cheeseburger. This so-called meat was absolutely disgusting and didn’t even resemble a ground beef patty. To say the least, I got sick after eating it. My husband ordered a chicken sandwich. He was not pleased but said it was okay. For dinner, our daughter and grandson met up with us. Our daughter tried the cheeseburger thinking I had just had a bad experience. She was horrified at how bad it was also. She ate two bites and threw the rest away. I had a hotdog and it was fine – but how do you go wrong with a hotdog. My husband tried another chicken burger and was gravely disappointed. My grandson had the chicken strips and turned his nose up at them. I’m thinking this is going to be a waste of $500 and we could do better at McDonald’s. A lesson well learned. Very very disappointed in Knott’s.

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