Thursday, November 06, 2014
Meeting at Ghost Town Grill
A few photos from my lunch at Knott's Berry Farm's Ghost Town Grill. The red-eyed ravens were perched by the restaurant's sign as part of the Knott's Scary Farm overlay.
The menu; what would you care to order?
One of the very cool murals inside the restaurant that first opened in 1946:
A panoramic view of the same mural:
You know me and light fixtures; I'm obsessed.
I love how the wagon has been incorporated into the order/serving window:
The mural above shows a covered wagon camp:
One of the cozy booths:
Vintage looking Halloween decor (including muslin cobwebs) adorned the interior:
The Boysenberry Shake that I ordered was tasty!
The Sourdough Frisco Burger hit the spot. Hazel, our waitress, made sure I cleaned my plate.
My lunch companions included Ken Stack (be sure to check out his Liberty Ranch Facebook page on amusement parks), OC Historians Phil Brigandi, Stephanie George, and Chris Jepsen. On the far right is Knott's legend John Waite (more on him in future posts!).
After lunch, we rode a few of the Knott's Berry Farm classic attractions, which will be featured here soon!
For Ken, from yesterday's post, here's a closeup of the Sierra Tower of the Disneyland Hotel:
For Cox Pilot - is this the area you thought was the Harbor Drive sign? Sorry there's not more detail!
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