Burgers

Wet'n'Wild SplashTown's New Food Offerings

An oldie but a goodie: The Triple Cheeseburger
An oldie but a goodie: The Triple Cheeseburger Photo courtesy of Wet'n'Wild Splash Town
OK the water slides and rapids are great and all and the main reason you go to a water park. But if you stay long enough you're going to get hungry.

Here's the latest offerings from Wet'n'Wild SplashTown that recently opened for the summer. Here's the new items you can tuck into there.

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Carnitas: slow-roasted pork, pico, lettuce and Mexican crema on two corn tortillas

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Kickin’ Chicken Street Tacos:
spicy chicken, lettuce, bacon and Sriracha jalapeno ranch

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Angry Bird:
spicy chicken tenders, pepper jack cheese and Sriracha jalapeno ranch on a bun
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The Texas Luau Sandwich: smoked pork, grilled pineapple and bacon


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The Texan Burger: 1/3-pound all-beef patty topped with onion rings and BBQ sauce

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Funnel Cake: Blackberry Cobbler, Peaches ‘n’ Cream


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Funnel Cake: Upside Down Pineapple Cake

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Funnel Cake: Blackberry Cobbler Funnel Cake
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Deep Fried Chocolate Chip Cookie Dough: New dessert available at the park



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