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Where to Eat & Drink This Fall

Chris Foshee

I bless the rains down in Africa - adjacent to Prowler. 

Communications & social media manager at Worlds of Fun - @ChrisFoshee on Twitter

Whether you’re running from demented monkeys and chainsaw-wielding butchers or screaming on your favorite ride – a night of fright at Halloween Haunt can work up an appetite. But have no fear – we’re here to break down the best places to eat and drink at Worlds of Fun during the fall season.

Fright Feast

The absolute best place to get a bite to eat during Halloween Haunt is at Fright Feast. On every Friday and Saturday night from 5:00 to 8:00 p.m. in the Grand Pavilion, guest can enjoy an all-you-can-eat buffet stocked with pulled pork, chicken fingers, fries, mac & cheese, cookies and other specialties for just $14.99 (plus tax).

Haunt Dining

You will also be joined by some of Halloween Haunt’s most iconic characters – perfect for photo ops. Best of all, Fright Feast is an eligible location for 2018 All-Season Dining Plans and Gold Season Passholders save an additional 10%.

Fright Feast

The Oasis

For those of age and looking to partake in an alcoholic beverage, be sure to check out The Oasis and their selection craft beers from Kansas City’s own Boulevard Brewing. The patio and festoon lighting provide a perfect atmosphere to sit back and hang out with friends. Of course, you must be 21 years or older.

The Oasis

The Oasis was added this summer with our new partnership with Boulevard Brewing. This location is also open during the day on Saturdays and Sundays. Premium cocktails are $8 (Margarita, Bloody Mary, Cosmo and Screwdriver), Boulevard cans are $6 and 24oz Bud Lights are $10.

Battle Creek BBQ Patio

The patio at Battle Creek BBQ also provides a great place for adults to wet their whistle. With a similar selection to The Oasis, it is a prime location to watch the sliders of Outlaws Revenge scare unsuspecting guests.

You can also score limited edition Halloween Haunt beer koozies when you order at Battle Creek or The Oasis. Sport the Evil Witches of the East and West with a 12oz order or our infamous Cymbal Monkey with a 24oz order. These are only available while supplies last, and they are going fast.

Speaking of cool souvenirs, check out our glow-in-the-dark souvenir Overlord cocktail at the Battle Creek patio or at the bar in Chickie and Pete’s.

Food Trucks

If you’re looking for a late-night snack or a full meal, stop by the Worlds of Fun food truck parked in Front Street for a succulent selection from our smoker. Options include turkey legs, smoked sausage sandwiches, jumbo hotdogs and chips.

Worlds of Fun Food Truck

We’re also bringing a few local favorites with a selection of rotating food trucks on Heart of America Boulevard near Mamba. Selections may vary by weekend, so be sure to stop by and see what’s cooking.

One More Treat

What’s a visit to Worlds of Fun in the fall without kettle corn? Before you head out, don’t forget to stock up at the Coca Cola Freestyle located across from RipCord. You can also grab some fresh spun cotton candy.

When your stomach starts to growl like the beasts of Bone Yard, we hope this helps you find the best places to eat and drink at Worlds of Fun during Halloween Haunt.

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Chris Foshee

I bless the rains down in Africa - adjacent to Prowler. 

Communications & social media manager at Worlds of Fun - @ChrisFoshee on Twitter

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