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There have beena few changes in the Season Dining Pass program for its second season.
The first change you'll notice is when purchasing the pass--prices have increased. Below are the new prices.
1-3 passes 4+ passes Summer $79.99/ea $74.99/ea Summer + Fall $84.99/ea $79.99/ea Summer + Hurricane Harbor $99.99/ea $94.99/ea Summer + Fall + Hurricane Harbor $104.99/ea $99.99/ea
These prices were taken from this page on May 1st, 2014.
The next change is the addition of more participating locations within the park! Some of the new locations are Johnny Rockets and Garden State Grill. This brings the location count to 21, according to this pdf menu from Six Flags: PDF Dining Pass Menu
Note: Only select menu items at each location are available through the dining pass.
Locations: (Theme park only)
Best of the West Yum Yum Cafe Nathan's Granny’s Country Kitchen Totally Kickin' Chicken - Boardwalk Six Flags Greens Load It Up Totally Kickin' Chicken - El Toro Garden State Grill Macho Nacho Primo's Pizzeria - Liberty Square Shore Eats and Treats Main Street Pub Primo's Pizzeria - Nitro Looney Tunes Camp Kitchen Johnny Rockets - Fountain Primo's Pizzeria - Wildside Northern Star Concessions Johnny Rockets - Nitro Superhero's Snacks Safari Snack Stand
Lastly, there are now upcharges on certain menu items.For example, typically a cheeseburger at most locations will be covered by the dining pass. However, a bacon cheeseburger will be $2 extra. Pay close attention to the Season Dining Pass logo on menus -- the upcharge items have a barely noticeable dollar amount underneath the logo, which you must pay to recieve that item. Take a look at Garden State Grill's menu, focusing on the little Season Dining Pass logos. The Dining Pass menu PDF also places a ** next to items that require an upcharge.
- Posted by KaiserMay 1st, 2014 at 1:25am
- Revised by KaiserMay 28th, 2014 at 7:21pm
New for the 2014 season, Garden State Grill offers a variety of burgers, several sides, and the Jersey favorite -- pork roll and cheese.Even more appropriately, it's in the boardwalk section of the park! Despite Ted's Cheesesteak no longer being with us, Jersey State Grill is a marvelous replacement. The employees even deliver orders to the tables!
Another plus for the new eatery is its inclusion in the Season Dining Pass program. All burgers can be purchased through the dining pass, albeit most have an additional cost, as per the updates to the Season Dining Pass program this year.
Here are pictures of the building's sign (Still retains the same shape from Ted's) as well as the menu.
- Posted by KaiserMay 1st, 2014 at 12:41am
- Revised by KaiserMay 28th, 2014 at 7:20pm
As we've seen from multiple pictures, Rolling Thunder was demolished shortly after the 2013 season ended. While most of the coaster is gone, there still remains a few remnants of the retired coaster.
The saddest remnant is without a doubt, the sign structure and fence blocking Rolling Thunder's old entrance. The most interesting remnant is the decently sized portion of track still standing. The bottom of Rolling Thunder's first drop still stands, directly under El Toro.
- Posted by KaiserMay 1st, 2014 at 12:15am
- Revised by KaiserMay 28th, 2014 at 7:17pm
As part of the new sponsorship deal with Plymouth Rock Assurance, the Northern Star Arena was renamed for the 2014 season. The newly-dubbed Plumouth Rock Assurance Arena recieved a new sign, featuring the sponsoring company's logo on the outside of the arena as well as on the stage inside.
- PostedAugust 7th, 2014 at 10:48pm
After months of contruction being done on the tower(including the added supports needed to spport the new tower and it's forces) the vibrant orange drop tower track for Zumanjaro: Drop of Doom now stretched from top to bottom. The vertical construction and hoisting of peices was finally complete. After a grueling few months of winter, vertical construction picked up enough to have everything in place by the time the season started on April 12th, 2014. The third track's final orange piece was officially installed April 1st, 2014, as shown in this video by Six Flags Great Adventure:
- Posted by KaiserMay 1st, 2014 at 12:04am
- RevisedMay 29th, 2014 at 7:42pm