Snack Bar

Our food isn't just amazing its really REALLY inexpensive as well. The star of the show is our "Break Steak Special" . 1/4 pound of shaved flank steak, your choice of onions, peppers and BBQ sauce ( we recommend all three), a side of shoe string French fries and a 16 oz soft drink, all for $4.98!

Snack Bar Menu
Appetizers
Pizza Rolls $1.75
Pizza Rolls are a frozen snack product inspired by Asian egg rolls, but made with pizza ingredients. Invented by Jeno Paulucci in 1968, Paulucci later sold his Jeno's Pizza Rolls line to the Pillsbury Company for more than $140 million.[1] Pillsbury later sold the brand to General Mills, who rebranded it under their Totino's line in 1993

Corn Nuggets $2.00
A blend of sweet yellow corn and a rich, slightly sweet sauce, rolled in a golden batter for a big sweet corn flavor. Ideal as a snack, appetizer or side dish.

Shoestring French Fries $1.75
Crispy and delicious right from the frier, tender potato inside, golden and crunchy on the outside.

Mozzarella Sticks $2.95
Mozzarella sticks are elongated pieces of battered or breaded mozzarella. In US the deep-fried snack is often served at restaurants as an appetizer or as North American pub fare. Mozzarella sticks are sometimes added to an "appetizer sampler" that may include other snacks like buffalo wings, potato skins, fried zucchini, or even nachos. Mozzarella sticks may be served with tomato[1] or marinara sauce, as well as plum sauce, jalapeño jelly, bbq

Fried Ravioli $2.75
five deep friend cheese filled ravioli's

House Specialties
Fills your tummy :)
Break Steak Cheese Steak $2.75
The world famous Break Steak. 1/4 pound of thinly sliced flank steak cooked to order. It is served with either Onions, Green Peppers or BBQ Sauce. Choose any combination or try them all together and topped with white American cheese. Served on a soft Italian steak roll.

SPECIAL Break Steak Special $4.98
For 25 years this meal had been ONLY $4.00. Fries, a soft drink and he world famous Break Steak all for just $4.98 ($7.00 for to go orders). 1/4 pound of thinly sliced flank steak cooked to order. It is served with either Onions, Green Peppers or BBQ Sauce. Choose any combination or try them all together and topped with white American cheese. Served on a soft Italian steak roll.

Corn Dog $1.75 ( in season)
A corn dog is a hot dog sausage coated in a thick layer of cornmeal batter and deep fried in oil, although some are baked. Almost all corn dogs are served on a wooden stick, though some early versions had no stick.

Chicken Tenders $4.50
Chicken fingers, also known as "Tendy's," chicken tenders[1] chicken strips or chicken fillets, are chicken meat that does not include any bones or skin. Chicken fingers are prepared by dipping chicken meat in a breading mixture and then deep frying them.[2] Traditionally, chicken fingers are primarily white meat, made from the rib meat trimmed from the breast.

Dessert

Hershey's Wiffle $3.00
A deep fried waffle, a scoop of your favorite ice cream, topped with Hershey's syrup, another deep fried waffle, more Hershey's syrup and topped with powered sugar.

Reeses Wiffle ice Cream Sandwich $3.50
Take a fresh deep fried waffle top it with a scoop of ice cream, drizzle that with Hershey's Chocolate Syrup,Reeses peanut butter topping and put another deep fried waffle on top, drizzle more Hershey's syrup, more Reeses Sauce nand you have a Reeses Wiffle!
 

Nutty Wiffle $3.50
A deep fried waffle, a scoop of your favorite ice cream, topped with Nutella and chopped walnuts, another deep fried waffle, more Nutella and chopped walnuts and topped with powered sugar.

Ice Cream Scoop $1.25
A single scoop of the daily in stock flavor of ice cream. Served with a FORK ( we don't believe in spoons).


Milk Shakes ( regular) $3.00
Vanilla, Strawberry,cookies and cream, chocolate, orange cream-sicle, root beer, Dr. pepper.

Milk Shakes (Special) $3.50
Nutella, Cotton Candy, Watermelon,Raspberry, Pina Colada

Drinks
Soft Drinks
Stewarts Root Beer $1.50
Stewart's Fountain Classics are a brand of premium soft drinks made in the United States. Stewart's are nostalgic "old fashioned" fountain sodas, having originated at the Stewart's Restaurants, a chain of root beer stands started in 1924 in Mansfield, Ohio. In 1990, the bottling rights to Stewart's were acquired by the Cable Car Beverage Corporation. Cream Soda and Ginger Beer flavors were introduced in 1992. O

R C Cola $1.50
The first product in the Royal Crown line was Chero-Cola in 1905, followed by Royal Crown Ginger Ale, Royal Crown Strawberry, and Royal Crown Root Beer. The company was renamed Chero-Cola, and in 1925, called Nehi Corporation after its colored and flavored drinks. In 1934, Chero-Cola was reformulated by Rufus Kamm, a chemist, and re-released as Royal Crown Cola.

Diet Iced Tea $1.50
Sunkist Orange Soda $1.50
Sunkist was first licensed by Sunkist Growers to the General Cinema Corporation, the leading independent bottler of Pepsi-Cola products at the time. The soft drink was the idea of Mark Stevens, who foresaw the potential based on market research which indicated that, worldwide, orange was the third best selling soft drink flavor (largely due to The Coca-Cola Company's Fanta brand).
7 UP $1.00
7 Up is a brand of a lemon-lime flavored non-caffeinated soft drink. The rights to the brand are held by Dr Pepper Snapple Group in the United States, and PepsiCo (or its licensees) in the rest of the world, including Puerto Rico, where the concentrate is manufactured at the Pepsi facility in Cidra. The US version of the 7 Up logo includes a red spot between the '7' and 'Up'

Icee Frozen Drink $1.75
Omar Knedlik (1916–1989), was the inventor of the ICEE frozen drink. He was born and raised a poor farm boy in Barnes, Kansas in 1916. Knedlik was a World War II veteran who bought his first ice cream shop after the war. He owned several hotels before moving to Coffeyville, Kansas, where he became the owner of a Dairy Queen in the late-1950s. Knedlik did not have a soda fountain, so he served semi-frozen bottled soft drinks.