While you may associate a day at Six Flags with funnel cakes, turkey legs and cotton candy – those aren’t your only options. For those looking for an alternative to greasy burgers and salty fries, Six Flags offers a variety of lighter and healthier options. The new-for-2014 Go Fresh Café located in the County Fair Food Court offers juicy veggie burgers, turkey burgers, grilled chicken BLT sandwiches as well as flatbread sandwiches.
The park is also in the process of transforming the former Cyber Café in Orleans Place into a Go Fresh Café. As of late July 2014, this location features fresh deli sandwiches, salads and lean wraps – along with typical bakery fare such as donuts, cookies and coffee.
Try a wrap, fresh turkey burger, or a juicy veggie burger for a blast of protein. Or you can go all-veggie, with an assortment of incredible salads, fresh fruit, and wholesome smoothies. Grab a fresh-roasted corn-on-the-cob at the Maw & Paw’s Trail Grub located in Yukon Territory and watch the brand new Goliath coaster in action. Primo’s Pizzeria locations throughout the park feature Famous Famiglia Pizza and salads – both Caesar and Italian style. Many indoor eaterys within the park also offer healthy options. JB’s Barbeque & Sports Bar in Southwest Territory and Mooseburger Lodge in Yukon Territory offer veggie burgers, turkey burgers and Caesar salads.
If you’re cooling off at the Hurricane Harbor water park, stop by Pink Flamingo Café, which offers Caesar salads and veggie burgers. Look for a small green apple icon next to some dining locations on the Six Flags Great America park map – these mean that healthy options are available. For specific dietary needs, stop by the Guest Relations kiosk at the front of the park for more information.