How to Eat Well at Six Flags
- Fresh salads
- Sweet treats without all the sugar
- Alternative grilled options and unique cuisine
Sure, the funnel cakes, burgers, and loaded fries look delicious, but they’re not the best option for guests looking to stay fit during their visit. You asked for more nutritious menu choices, and the park listened. If you want crisp veggies, sugar-free desserts, cultural cuisine, or smoked items, Six Flags has got you covered. You’re getting a lot of exercise from walking around the park and burning calories from trembling and screaming on your favorite coaster. Why not keep up the fit routine with a light meal? Here are some of the alternative foods you can enjoy while watching what you eat.
Fresh green salads
We have numerous fresh and tasty salads available. Try the chicken salad at Macho Nacho, the tri-tip or salmon salad at J.B.’s Smokehouse, or the garden salad at Primo’s Pizzeria. Drizzle on some low-fat dressing and they are perfect as a snack or a light meal.
Head to California Crepes for a sweet, yet health-conscious snack. Homemade crepes are filled with the freshest ingredients, including fresh vegetables, cold-cuts, and fruit toppings.
Traditional cultural cuisine
Panda Express features a variety of Chinese dishes, including healthy favorites like rice and vegetables. Pick up a plate of fried rice, beef and broccoli, chow mein, stir fry, or honey walnut shrimp for a delicious and healthy meal.
Instead of the crispy fried chicken tenders found all over the park, Seamoore Cott’s Fish & Fries offers an alternative. Pick up some tasty Pollock fillets and a side of tangy tartar sauce for a delicious snack.
Juicy turkey legs and fresh sides
Our smoked turkey legs and pulled pork from J.B.’s Smokehouse BBQ are alternative substitutions for burgers. The dark meat turkey legs are big enough to fill your stomach, and are low-carb to keep your body fit. You can also find all your favorite southern-style sides including baked beans.
You can still enjoy a cold sweet treat at the park without all the sugar. Instead of filling your Sports Bottle with soda, stay hydrated with frozen lemonade or shaved ice. The added benefit of fresh fruit will help quench your thirst with great taste and good nutrition.
What are your favorite light foods at the park?