Ribs, flanks steak sandwiches, veggie wraps and funnel cake. No, I am not talking about a county fair or your local farmers market. I am talking about delicious food that comes from none other than~ Knott’s Berry Farm. I will list here my favorite food that I got to taste during the “Taste of Knott’s” event last week. I will take no blame for you rushing over to Knott’s and stuffing your face and breaking your diet, ok!?
Let’s dive on in… we will start with: Fireman’s Brigade BBQ
Shhhh, but this was my ultra favorite.
This sandwich was sooooo good. The flank steak was moist and juicy and with each bite you had a wonderful mix of flavors. The homemade jalapeño and cheddar roll was was added compliment. Location: Fireman’s Brigade BBQ, Ghost Town
I know burgers and theme parks go hand and hand but not this burger. This cheeseburger comes with crunchy jalapeño chips. Need I say more? Location: Coasters, next to Xcelerator on the boardwalk.
I’ve had my fair share of meatball sandwiches. I mean, haven’t we all? To be honest with you, I am not a fan of them. Some places the marinara sauce is either too bitter or too sweet. Well, my opinion has changed. First, can you believe that there’s a theme park that offers this? This homemade meatball was soft, juicy, and just all around oh. so. good. Ok, here’s the mom in me speaking: If you buy this sandwich and have little ones with you and are wondering what to feed them, get this sandwich and slice it the way it’s sliced in the picture and you are able to feed the kids a hearty meal without a huge chunk of your pocket change going to food. Yummmmm-y! Location: Hollywood Hits, across from bumper cars on the boardwalk.
Kabobs and sandwiches, what? Yup! The kabobs are grilled on an open grill to perfection. Topped with the veggies and its juices? Ay mamá! Location: Bigfoot Broiler, adjacent to Pony Express.
Knott’s Berry Farm’s famous Boysenberry Punch. I can live off of this stuff forever. Plus- it just got better, too! My awesome friend let me have a sip of hers. She had a Boysenberry Spritzer. Just ask for it. It really made the whole world a little brighter. I kid you not. This is a must on any trip to the park. Location: Everywhere!
Dessert. Why can’t all meals start with dessert? I would be all over that because then this would happen. The ginormous cookies are freshly baked, the vanilla soft serve is fresh and the chocolate chips are just the kick it needs. But I do have to tell you something about this Cookiewich. Don’t try to be dainty when eating in front of your boyfriend/girlfriend. It won’t work. It won’t! Really. You literally have to OPEN your MOUTH as WIDE as can BE so you can take a decent bite out of it. You will not be sorry. Location: Chowhouse, across from the calico Saloon in Ghost Town.
There ya have it, folks! My favorite foods at Knott’s Berry Farm. Of course, the meals don’t stop here. You have all kinds of vegetarian and gluten free options at Soak City and Ghost Town Grill. Plus, you can never, ever go wrong with Mrs. Knott’s Chicken Dinner and a good ole funnel cake. Looking for a vegan/veggie option? Visit Pattie’s site for her view of the vegetarian menu: http://www.livingmividaloca.com/2012/07/new-knotts-berry-farm-menu-items.html
And here I was eating a Johnny Rockets. Pffffft!
This is not a paid post. All thoughts and opinions are my own. I was invited to this exclusive event to facilitate this yummy review.