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    Re: reviews on the Big Thunder Ranch BBQ

    Quote Originally Posted by foreveradisneykid View Post
    ....None of us have ever ate at the Big Thunder Ranch BBQ and I was wonder if anyone had any reviews. Is it worth trying? We have also never ate at the Golden Horseshoe before.
    Haven't done Big Thunder and wondered the same.
    Horseshoe is great place to eat and catch the show (you can grab food from another restaurant or cart and bring it in).
    It's been awhile since we did dessert there.
    They use to have a think a 6 layer chocolate (w/ chocolate frosting and chocolate chips) cake (for at least 3-4 people to eat off of). It was a great cake slice
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    Re: reviews on the Big Thunder Ranch BBQ

    Big Thunder Ranch BBQ is becoming very popular. If you want to eat during the popular lunch and dinner hours, a reservation will save you a wait (sometimes an hour or more). Trust me, I often work there.

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    Re: reviews on the Big Thunder Ranch BBQ

    If you've eaten at Stage Door, you've eaten at Golden Horseshoe. Essentially the same menu except GH has ice cream sundaes.
    Big Thunder BBQ is pretty good. It's much different than the original BBQ that was there in the 80's which was NOT all you can eat. The rub is more of a dry one than a saucy one and it's not bad at all, especially for theme park food. But for all of those talking about $20 not being bad, where did you get $20? I think even after they did the price reduction eliminating drink and cupcakes it's still 24.95 or 27.95. Annual pass discounts help.
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    Re: reviews on the Big Thunder Ranch BBQ

    At BTR BBQ do they offer a vegetarian option (with vegetarian pricing perhaps?) My wife is a vegetarian which is why we've never tried it.

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    Re: reviews on the Big Thunder Ranch BBQ

    Lunch: Adults: $21.99, Kids 3-9 $9.99 (not including tax and gratuity)s. Dinner: Adults: $24.99, Kids 3-9 $9.99(not including tax and gratuity. Neither pricing is with the AP discount.
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    Re: reviews on the Big Thunder Ranch BBQ

    If you want something that isn't fried at the GH, try the chili in a bread bowl.
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    Re: reviews on the Big Thunder Ranch BBQ

    Quote Originally Posted by DizneyPhotoGuy View Post
    Big Thunder BBQ > Golden Horseshoe's food any time of the day and twice on Sunday.

    The ribs fall off the bone. Worth every penny. I've eaten there several times.
    Went to BBQ with family of five. Mom and daughter enjoyed, Dad, sons 18 and 16 (very hungry by planning a late lunch) absolutly loved AND filled up with the all you can eat. Will go again for sure!

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    Re: reviews on the Big Thunder Ranch BBQ

    I was glad to see this thread. We tried to eat at the BBQ last time we were there, but it was too busy. It is nice to see opinions on the quality vs. price.

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    Re: reviews on the Big Thunder Ranch BBQ

    Quote Originally Posted by jibbly View Post
    At BTR BBQ do they offer a vegetarian option (with vegetarian pricing perhaps?) My wife is a vegetarian which is why we've never tried it.
    Yes they do! It's a Tofu square patty and I don't think it's any cheaper, though, since she could still partake of the other side dishes. I've been able to request it at the table even after having meat as an "extra".
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