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Six Flags Magic Mountain (Socal)


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Posted 25 June 2013 - 05:41 PM

Has anyone been to Six Flags Magic Mountain in Los Angeles recently?  Their website has a list of all of the eateries in the park and one, the "Cyber Cafe," says they have "gluten free items like cheese lasagna, pasta with meatballs, fudge brownies, and muffins."  Has anyone eaten there?  Do they really have those things?  What about cross-contamination?  I plan to call or email them for more information, but I also want to know anyone's personal experiences.  I'm so used to Disneyland being a safe haven for gluten-free food that I fear they've spoiled me for other theme parks.


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Posted 25 June 2013 - 08:25 PM

Has anyone been to Six Flags Magic Mountain in Los Angeles recently?  Their website has a list of all of the eateries in the park and one, the "Cyber Cafe," says they have "gluten free items like cheese lasagna, pasta with meatballs, fudge brownies, and muffins."  Has anyone eaten there?  Do they really have those things?  What about cross-contamination?  I plan to call or email them for more information, but I also want to know anyone's personal experiences.  I'm so used to Disneyland being a safe haven for gluten-free food that I fear they've spoiled me for other theme parks.

I haven't been there in years, but I'm sure their gluten free items are pre-packaged/frozen.  In that case, you might be better off bringing your own muffins or brownies as 1) they'll taste better and 2) you'll save cash!  Let's face it, Magic Mountain isn't on the same level as Disneyland.  I'd be concerned about  cross-contamination.  


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Posted 25 June 2013 - 08:41 PM

I was curious, so I looked at their website.  I wouldn't wait until I got there.  I would email first.  If you have a doctor's note that might help.  Just bring in the basics that you couldn't get safely at the park.  Meaning- buy the drink or the Skittles at the park.

 

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Posted 27 June 2013 - 05:29 PM

Thanks for the replies.  Spending the cash on the food isn't too much of an issue if it's going to make eating there a bit more convenient.  Giving them a call is something I'm planning on doing anyway.  I was really looking for any recent personal experiences at the park regarding their supposedly gluten free food.  I had hoped to not have to rely on snacks the entire day or have to leave the park mid-day for an actual meal (I don't do well without at least one full meal a day).  Eating out is always a calculated risk.  I don't have a reaction to minor cross-contamination, but blatant, not-even-trying is what I want to avoid.


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