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  1. You mean something like this... http://cpfoodblog.com/park-food-guides/kings-island-food/kings-island-historical-maps/
  2. None of the special Peanuts Celebration menu items are included on dining plans at this time.
  3. We've attend all three Coasterstock events with our three kids (now ages 8, 6, and 4). They have LOVED every single Coasterstock event despite not being able to take advantage of all the benefits (ERT). Now attending Coasterstock is like a huge family reunion, as we have met the most wonderful people, which we happen to think is the biggest benefit of all. The ERT, swag, food, tours, etc. are all great, and doing it with hundreds of close friends makes it all the more memorable!
  4. Ding, ding, ding! Winner! Couple things still being finalized for KI dining plans. We think you'll like what is coming!
  5. I am positive the chicken is the same. But the breading is either different or applied differently. Also RHOFG they are either fresher or cooked by someone who knows what they are doing. I have eaten at both frequently and 90% of the time it is a better at RHOFG. Although I do like the Chipotle sauce at the chicken shack. Crazy question about RHOFG this year. Last year you could pay the extra two dollars and get the potato wedges instead of the chips. Is this still an option? No one at the restaurant had a clue when I asked about it. Yes, specialty potato wedges are still an available menu upgrade for $1.99 at RHoFG. I can't for the life of me figure out how to upload a photo to this post, otherwise I'd share the note from the menu, which is listed under the entrees section.
  6. This Kings Island Dining Plan page was updated all year with the latest options available in the park, including the La Rosa's sub and salad. Most the parks, including KI are just now starting to evaluate and adjust the dining plans. If there are any changes, they likely won't be known for a couple more weeks.
  7. Yes, any 2015 Cedar Fair cup can be used for refills at another park. We have used multiple park cups this season at a bunch of other Cedar Fair parks. Some parks, like Kings Island, Cedar Point, and Carowinds allow you to reactivate the cup for $5 and get refills all day, or pay $0.99 per refill. Other parks like Worlds of Fun and Kings Dominion require you to pay $0.99 per refill.
  8. As others have pointed out, the list on the website still has a lot of errors, and they are aware it needs revised. The good news is Juke Box is scheduled to be added to the list, though the food offerings may differ from what is currently shown.
  9. While I see it listed as an option, I don't see any meals available there. Details are still be finalized on the meal plan offerings for this location.
  10. The "new list" is also consistent with what we were sent prior to it getting published on the website several weeks prior.
  11. As was mentioned after this post, the list where Juke Box is shown has not been updated since last year. Old list: https://www.visitkingsisland.com/things-to-do/dining-plans New list: https://www.visitkingsisland.com/things-to-do/dining-plan-locations
  12. First, thanks to the OP for sharing our article related to the Heinz change. FYI, we have confirmed Prairie Farms has actually been an official partner with Kings Island since the beginning of the 2012 season.
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