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6 indulgent-worthy comfort foods at Kings Island

Kelly Obbie

Social Media Coordinator - Kings Island

Let’s be honest. You’ve been working hard and could use a break. Kings Island was made for indulgence, and we know just what you need to ease your troubles. Treat yourself to one of our many decadent comfort foods.

1. Cinnabon Cinnamon Rolls

Remember waking up to the smell of cinnamon rolls in grandma’s kitchen? Well it’s morning! Indulge in Cinnabon’s world-famous, hot cinnamon rolls all day at Kings Island on International Street. Enjoy a classic roll or the all-new mini BonBites. Add a caramel pecan topping to really sweeten the deal, or sip on a Chillatta frozen beverage. Cinnamon roll flavored coffee with a mini roll on top?! Oh yes they did!

2. Sweet Spot Fudge

Imagine biting into a fresh piece of your favorite flavor of fudge, freshly made in a candy shop heavy with the scent of sugar. Welcome to Sweet Spot on International Street! This candy shop includes more than a dozen fudge flavors, including chocolate mint, red velvet, peanut butter cookie and chocolate cheesecake. If fudge isn’t your thing, try one of our gourmet candy apples on for size, or our hand dipped strawberries and buckeyes.

3. Tom+Chee Grilled Cheese

Cheese lovers, rejoice! This isn’t your lunch lady’s grilled cheese. Seen on the Travel Channel, Shark Tank and more, Tom+Chee in Rivertown brings out the best of grilled cheese with their classic Tom+Chee sandwich featuring Wisconsin cheddar cheese, mozzarella cheese, Roma tomatoes, balsamic glaze and garlic seasoning, all on sour-white bread. Feeling extra gutsy? Order the grilled Mac+Chee (it’s basically grilled mac and cheese!) or grilled cheese donuts!

4. Graeter’s Ice Cream

Do you ever stroll through the park and feel like something is missing? A Graeter’s ice cream cone in your hand will fix that. With 14 ice cream flavors in gourmet hand-dipped cones, along with milkshakes, sundaes and coffee, there’s a reason it’s been a Cincinnati favorite since 1870!

5. Funnel Cakes

The carnival is in town! Visit International Street or Rivertown for one of our famous, fluffy funnel cakes. Choose any toppings you like, from sweet powdered sugar to dripping strawberries to frothy whipped cream to oozing chocolate sauce…It’s like a clown car for toppings!

6. LaRosa’s Pizza

Happiness tastes like pizza and breadsticks. Steaming with gooey cheese and zesty pepperoni, enjoy this Cincinnati classic with buttery breadsticks and an ice cold Coca-Cola. With three locations throughout the park, your whole family will thank you! 

Hungry yet? You deserve it! The cheese and frosting are calling…

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