Dan Snyder buys Johnny Rockets
Washington NFL and Six Flags owner Dan Snyder has purchased the Johnny Rockets fast food chain. Do you think that he will put them in his theme parks in order to upgrade the dining experience?
*Crosses fingers for one at SFMM*
When I see a fast food franchise at a park, it always seems like a cheap waste of space. Mcdonalds at Disney, to even Rain Forest Cafe. Seems like these people design multimillion dollar coasters, they could at least put some thought into a good dining option and make it their own.
He would be a fool not to. Actually, that was probably one of the reasons he bought it. It's a great brand of food, and that's what Six Flags needs. I never have really considered Johnny Rockets a fast food chain.
When SF STL had a McDonalds that was a MAJOR step up in food quality and I wish more SF parks had a McDonalds.
Johnny Rockets is a great step up for any park!
I believe that I would deem having a McDonalds at a park in the top 3 on my list of ultimate sellouts. Not to mention its a very lazy unoriginal choice.
This is probably a dumb question, but where is the Johnny Rockets' at Knott's? I checked the official site, as well as TPI's page, and can't seem to see a listing for it, and I don't remember seeing it the last time I was at Knott's(last January).
I was mistaken about Johnny Rockets being at Knotts. I know there's one at CP, and I thought there was one at Knotts, but the only one that now has Johnny Rockets is Cedar Point. The rest of the old Cedar Fair parks have a Coasters Grill.
When I went to Knott's for Scary Farm there is a Johnny Rockets. As a matter of fact, it took away the Carnivorous Clowns maze. I ate there and the food was as should be expected for JR's and the servers broke into a Halloween themed dance. Did it disappear that fast? Another addition to Knott's is a TGI Fridays across from the chicken restaurant.
Why would they remove it?
Would be the smart thing to do.
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