If you want a home-cooked meal in a theme park, the Plymouth Rock Cafe delivers! We tried the Plymouth Rock Cafe because my son saw a video with one of the owners, Pat Koch, saying she loves to eat there. It sounded good, but I was skeptical about the quality of this kind of food being produced in an amusement park. The "Thanksgiving dinner" gives you a choice of turkey, ham, roasted chicken, fried chicken, or chicken and dumplings as your main dish. You also get two side dishes (mashed potatoes, mac & cheese, green beans, stuffing and a few other choices) and either a roll or corn bread. We tried the turkey and the fried chicken -- both just as good as what you make at home. The mashed potatoes and gravy are fantastic and so is the mac&cheese and the stuffing. They have a kid meal here for $5 that gives you a main dish and one side with the corn bread or roll. Best food we've ever eaten in a theme park and we've eaten a LOT of meals in theme parks!!