CEDAR POINT CHEESEBURGER COMBO – Is there anything more American than roller coasters and a cheeseburger? Guests looking to enjoy a good old burger on the meal plan can do so at Cedar Point at a couple locations around the park including Lakeside Express, Pink’s, Coasters Drive-In, Round Up and Rapid Waves (Soak City).
However, it should be noted there are some key differences between what you get at the various locations. The biggest difference is that guests looking for a standard cheeseburger with lettuce and tomato can do so at all of the locations listed except Pink’s. If you are looking for a little more out of your burger, guests can get either of the following with the meal deal plans at Pink’s:
Bacon Chili Cheeseburger ($8.59*)- bacon, chili, mayo, lettuce, tomatoes, onions, pickles, ketchup, and mustard
Turkey Burger ($6.59*)- mayo, lettuce, tomato, onions, pickles, ketchup and mustard
*Prices represent when purchased individually
The nice thing about Pink’s is they also allow guests to get onion rings in lieu of fries when purchasing via the meal plans. While not the healthiest of options, after a day of eating fries with every meal, onion rings are a welcomed addition.
Cheeseburger combos when purchased individually are priced at $14.29-$14.99 and include a soft drink. Meal plans (single meal, all-day, season) do not include drinks.
Bun types vary across the park as well.
We recently tried the cheeseburger combo from Coaster’s Drive-in and Round Up. The burger comes prepared with lettuce, tomato, and American cheese and a side of fries. Our Coaster’s burger was served on a cornmeal dusted bun and with a pickle spear. Round Up serves the burger on a sesame bun, without a pickle. Condiments are available at self serve kiosks at all locations.
The burger was served medium well done, however, the thin patty left us unimpressed. The vegetables were fresh. Like several of the dining locations, our only recommendation we would like to see improved is melting the cheese, and maybe a little more substantial piece of meat. We also are not a big fan of a cornmeal dusted bun since it is messier than a sesame seed version, but that is a personal preference.
Overall, the cheeseburger combo meal was satisfying, but did not leave us with an urge to get it again in the future.
What have you thought of the varying cheeseburger combos available at the park?
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