Joe Cool Café

140508 Cedar Point Joe Cool Café Exterior

Situated near Planet Snoopy, the Joe Cool Café is a terrific kid friendly dining location featuring a selection of favorites. Joe Cool Café opened in 2008, formerly known as Macaroni’s.

Service: Counter Service

Location: Cedar Point’s Joe Cool Café is located near the Planet Snoopy section of the park.

Type of Food: Pizza Hut personal pizzas, cookies, salad bar, sub sandwiches & Coca-Cola beverages.

Cedar Point All-Day Dining Plan: No

Menu:

Kids Meal (includes 32 oz Peanuts Sipper Cup)
  7″ Pizza $8.99
  Chicken Fingers $8.99
  Kids Burger- $8.99
  Macaroni & Cheese $8.99
  Crisp Garden Salad $6.99

Appetizers
Boneless Chicken Wings (Choose from 4 sauces: Hot, Mild, BBQ, Honey Mustard, or Plain) $10.59
Chicken Fingers (Choice of Dipping Sauces: Ranch, Honey Mustard, Hot Sauce, or BBQ) $9.79
Battered Onion Rings (1/2 Pound) $6.99
Pizza Sticks (Flash fried to a golden brown) $9.59

Joe Cool’s Favorites (All Sandwiches served with French Fries)
  Cheeseburger- Served on a toasted Kaiser roll with lettuce, tomato, onion, pickle, and French fries with choice of American, Swiss, Cheddar, Provolone Cheese or Bacon $10.99; Extra item add $1.29 each

  Colossal All Beef Chili Cheese Dog- Cedar Point’s own hot dog, chili, and creamy cheddar cheese sauce served with French fries $8.59

  Grill Chicken Sandwich- Served on a toasted Kaiser roll with lettuce, tomato, pickle, and French fries $10.99

Fresh Subs (All subs served with French fries)
  Italian Sub- Pepperoni, ham, salami, bacon, lettuce, tomato, onion, banana peppers, & Italian dressing; your choice hot or cold $10.59

  Philly Steak Sub- Shaved steak, green peppers, onions, and cheese $10.59

  Meatball Sub- Meatballs, sauce, cheese $10.59

  Pizza Sub- Pizza sauce, pepperoni, salami, ham, cheese, lettuce, tomato, onion, and banana peppers $10.59

Pasta (All pasta served with bread stick and crisp garden salad; substitute salad bar for $5.59)

  Chicken Alfredo- Seasoned chicken and creamy Alfredo sauce over penne pasta $14.99

  Penne with Meatballs $14.99

Pizza
Build Your Own
12″ – $14.99 16″ – $19.99
12″ Item – $2.29 each 16″ Item – $2.49 each

Pepperoni, Sausage, Bacon, Ham, Mushrooms, Onions, Green Peppers, Black Olives, Green Olives, Pineapple, Chicken Strips, Anchovies

Specialty Pizzas
  All Meat (Pepperoni, sausage, bacon, ham, and ground beef) 12″ – $21.99; 16″ – $24.99
  Cheese 12″ – $14.99; 16″ – $19.99
  Super Deluxe (Pepperoni, sausage, bacon, ham, green peppers, onion, mushrooms, green & black olives, mild banana peppers) 12″ – $22.99; 16″ – $26.99
  White Pizza (Olive oil, Italian spices, mushrooms, onions) 12″ – $16.99; 16″ – $21.99
  Philly Steak (Seasoned steak, green peppers, onions, with American, Mozzarella, and Provolone cheeses) 12″ – $16.99; 16″ – $23.99
  Chicken Alfredo (Seasoned chicken breast strips, creamy Alfredo sauce, and Cedar Point’s own cheese blend) 12″ – $16.99; 16″ – $22.99

Fresh Salads (All salads served with a bread stick)
  Grilled Chicken Caesar Salad $10.99
  Buffalo Chicken Salad $10.99
  Crisp Garden Salad $6.99
  Salad Bar (All you can eat salads, veggies, and other garden fresh items) $11.99

Beverages
Ice Cold Draft Beer
  Bud Light, Miller Light, Fat Tire Belgian Seasonal Ale, Sam Adams Summer Ale, Sam Adam’s, Rebel IPA
  Fountain Beverages (Coca-Cola, Coca-Cola Zero, Diet Coke, Sprite, Coca-Cola Cherry, Fanta Orange, Barq’s Root Beer, Minute Maid Lemonade) $4.19
  Milk Shake (Strawberry, Chocolate, Vanilla) Kids $4.29; Adult $6.29
  Milk (Whole, 2%, Chocolate) $3.29
  Iced Tea $4.19

Important Info: Joe Cool Café now serves gluten free chicken tenders and pizza.

140524 Cedar Point Joe Cool Cafe Gluten Free Sign

Famous Dishes:

Cedar Point Food Blog Posts Mentioning Joe Cool Café:

Joe Cool Café Salad Bar

Have you dined at the Cedar Point Joe Cool Café? If so, how was your experience? Great service? Good food? Tell us below in the comments!

140524 Cedar Point Joe Cool Cafe Interior

140508 Cedar Point Joe Cool Café Salad Bar Sign

Historical Photos

Macaroni’s Restaurant

Cedar Point Macaroni's ©Andrew Hyde (@OnlineHyde)

Cedar Point Macaroni’s ©Andrew Hyde (@OnlineHyde)

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3 thoughts on “Joe Cool Café

  1. Monica Bernardino

    I went to Joe Cool Café at California’s Great America from Santa Clara CA. I was eating four pizzas for once a year but I’m felt craving a lots of pizzas in every restaurant because it makes me so extremely hungry while I ate those. P.S. I always like Fruit and Salads at Joe’s Cool Café.

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  2. Cristina

    Joes cool café at cedar point Ohio is a nice friendly restaurant I enjoyed it with my family and the pizza was delicious so was the milkshake I had a great time.

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  3. Donna Goble

    My husband and I were at Cedar Point Tuesday, July 19th, with our grandson. After hours of walking and riding in the heat, we decided it was time to take a short break indoors to eat and cool down. My grandson wanted to eat at Joe Cool’s Café. We walked inside and the lady who was seating failed to even acknowledge us for over 5 minutes while she chatted with 3 teenage boys. Finally, another girl walked up and I thought, oh, okay, it must have been time for a shift change and that was why she was ignoring us. After some chatting between the two ladies and some paper shuffling, the first lady left and the second informed us there would be a five minute wait. Ok, we sat down to wait. Now, from where we were, the entire section in front of us was empty, several tables in other sections were empty. We sat for 30 minutes. There was no one in front of us. Another family did come in after us and were told the same thing. Finally, I became impatient and stood up and looked around. There were over 25 empty tables that I could see. It was not crowded by any means. Now, there could have been a shortage of wait staff or another reason for the wait, but what irked me was that no one ever said, sorry, we’re shorthanded, it will just be another minute, etc. No type of explanation or apology. As another family came in and stepped up to the lady, they asked if they had stepped in front of me. I told them no, you’re fine. We’re leaving. And we walked out. I have no idea how the food is because while I have no problem waiting when there is an obvious crowding or if they give you an explanation or some type of acknowledgement after 30 minutes of waiting when you were told 5 minutes, I do have a problem with that.

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