The restaurant is in a renovated Dairy Queen. They serve pizza, philly cheese steak, stromboli, jamaican meat pies and more.
Stay away from the garden salad. It is wilted and not very good.
Favorite Dish: The pizza is cooked in a stone oven and is thin and crispy. It is very good.
The restaurant is located in a strip mall. Ordering is done at the counter in the back with all the menu items displayed on an overhead sign. The pizza is cooked in a stone oven - no convayor belts here.
Favorite Dish: Pepperoni pizza. The crust was thin and very crispy.
Gator McGees Mountain Grill - Everyone except me in our party had lunch here. I was off doing more important things like sightseeing the areas of the park.
Apparently the food was good especially the Buffalo Chicken tenders which were a little hot and spicy. The flame broiled burgers were also very good and there was a "fixing bar" with all kinds of salad bits and pieces as well as a large choice of dressings to build your burger.
Buck & Loon's is one of the best restraunts I have ever eaten at if you happen to be in Arlington you should not pass it by!
Favorite Dish: Little Buck's. Two for like a dollar, small hamburgers that are just enough.
The Menu Board at Gator McGees.
Flame Broiled Burgers
Buffalo Chicken Tenders
Fried Alligator - Cajun Style
Lil' Gators Meals (for the kids)
Gataors famous Onion Strips.
South Fried Chicken Tenders.
Garden Fresh Chef Salad.
It has a beautiful look. The back and west side of the building are the perfect patio and nature area. The back has a fountain that flows from one side to the other and a couple of wooden pathways to the front of the building. A swing is there also. The west side is the patio. It over hangs a waterway and can be breezy. There are tables provided for those who want to eat outside. The inside seating area is very nice also.
Favorite Dish: Swamp Thing (Ok its really a drink)
Hotdogs and beer are quite common staples at a baseball game. (The peanut vendor will be seen in the stands selling peanuts)
Cracker Jacks is a old baseball snack.