Kennywood offers a vast range of food and beverage selections! See the list below to learn more about what each venue has to offer.
|Name: Backyard BBQ
Year Opened: 2012
Located across from the Aero 360, this outdoor patio area is the place for freshly-grilled BBQ favorites including bratwursts, kielbasa, ribs, and chicken. Sides include grilled corn on the cob and cole slaw.
|Name: The Big Dipper
Year Opened: 1982
This retro-styled stand can be found across from Noah’s Ark. The Big Dipper features a selection of hard-scooped premium ice cream complete with homemade waffle cones.
|Name: Cotton Candy Wagon
Freshly-prepared cotton candy can be found at this wagon just inside the entrance to the park. A second cart can also be found across from the Golden Nugget.
|Name: Dippin' Dots
“The Ice Cream of the Future” is a popular amusement park treat and can be found at multiple locations throughout the park.
|Name: Doc Popcorn
Year Opened: 2013
This stand introduced third-party venues to Kennywood’s culinary lineup. Located just inside the park under the Old Mill pavilion, Doc Popcorn is host to varying flavors, as well as bottled drinks.
|Name: Golden Nugget
Year Opened: 1967
Located right next to the Kiddieland entrance, the Golden Nugget Dip Cone is another Kennywood culinary tradition. Enjoy a premium vanilla ice cream cone dipped in chocolate and rolled in crushed peanuts or sprinkles and topped with a cherry.
|Name: Johnny Rockets
Year Opened: 2014
Within the climate-controlled shelter of the park’s historic original carousel building, guests are able to sit down in a classic diner atmosphere while enjoying many menu items such as burgers, melts, chicken, appetizers, and desserts such as milk shakes.
|Name: Kandy Kaleidoscope
Year Opened: 1981
This air-conditioned store is probably the first thing guests see upon emerging from the tunnel entrance. The Kandy Kaliedoscope is home to all kinds of delicious sweets, including caramel and candy apples, homemade fudge, a variety of chocolates, hard candies, gummies and cold bottled drinks.
|Name: Lemonade Stand
Refresh yourself with fresh-squeezed lemonade and other drinks. There are two lemonade stands in the park; one located in front of the Log Jammer and the other near the Potato Patch and Thunderbolt.
Year Opened: 1930
Located between the Potato Patch and Noah’s Ark, the Lucky is an iconic building that has lasted for decades. This stand is home to corn dogs, funnel cakes and cold drinks.
|Name: Midway Refreshment Stand
Year Opened: 1956
This classic stand near the Jack Rabbit is home to the park’s signature Philly Cheesesteak Sandwiches, corn dogs, hot dogs, popcorn, pretzels, cold drinks and bottled water.
Year Opened: 1987
You can’t miss the iconic Pagoda between the Parkside Café and Kiddieland! Inspired by a similar structure at Tivoli Gardens in Copenhagen, this stand is home to the park’s famous hot sausage with onions and peppers, chicken tenders, soft serve ice cream and hot fudge peanut parfaits.
|Name: Parkside Café
Year Opened: 1899
Designated a Historic Landmark by the Pittsburgh History and Landmarks Foundation, this restaurant has served Kennywood since the very beginning. The Parkside Café serves fresh hot and cold meals including pastas, sandwiches, chicken, salads and more. This large, centrally-located restaurant that includes both an air-conditioned dining room and an outdoor patio.
Year Opened: 2005
Located next to the Pirate ship, Pedro’s offers tacos and nachos made to order along with cold drinks and bottled water.
|Name: Pizza Pavilion
Year Opened: 1995
Found in Lost Kennywood, Pizza Pavilion features freshly baked personal pizzas, Panini sandwiches, salads, cold drinks and bottled water. The stand’s homemade pepperoni rolls are perhaps the most underrated and best-kept secret in Kennywood cuisine.
|Name: Pizza Warehouse
Year Opened: 1979
Just across the Lagoon bridge next to Kiddieland and behind the Golden Nugget, Pizza Warehouse is home to freshly-baked pizza, whole or by the slice, hoagies, fresh salads, cold drinks and bottled water.
|Name: The Plunge
Year Opened: 1995
Aptly named for its location under the Pittsburg Plunge, this small stand serves as a convenient location to top off your drink or grab some popcorn, cookies or chips.
|Name: The Potato Patch
Year Opened: 1973
No visit to Kennywood is complete without the world famous Potato Patch fries! Its signature fresh cut Idaho potatoes have been a Kennywood-must have for over 40 years. Toppings include cheddar cheese, bacon, brown gravy and more.
|Name: Small Fry
Year Opened: 1996
This small stand next to the Lost Kennywood gift shop has long been a second venue for the park’s famous Potato Patch fries. Visit Small Fry for fresh cut Idaho potatoes, chicken strips and a cold drink.
New for the 2017 season, Small Fry is a gluten-free stand!
Year Opened: 2011
Right in the heart of Kiddieland, this snack stand is a convenient location for Mom or Dad to find cold soft drinks , juices, milk and healthy snacks like veggie dippers and hummus to keep the little ones going without all the sugar.
|Name: Star Refreshment Stand
Year Opened: 1955
This retro-style venue near the Log Jammer is home to two separate stands in one building. Look to the left for Spudz, the third location for the park’s famous Potato Patch fries, along with chicken tenders and the Potato Patch Burger. Sweet treats can be found on the right with delicious funnel cakes and deep-fried Oreos.
|Name: U-Do-It Slush Factory
Year Opened: 2008
Cool off on a hot day with your customized slushy, where you get to combine as many as eight different flavors. Need to top off your slushy when you aren’t near the Slush Factory? A refill stand can be found next to the Aero 360.