Where To Eat During The Santa Claus Christmas Celebration

The Santa Claus Christmas Celebration is in full swing the first three weekends of December. You’ll work up an appetite with special events like the Festival of Lights, writing letters to Santa, the Santa Claus Christmas Parade, and much more! Don’t forget to plan some time to taste German food at Das Nikolausfest or indulge in some delicious sweets.

Here are some suggestions on where to eat during the Santa Claus Christmas Celebration:

Breakfast:

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Breakfast with Santa – December 8, 2018, only. 

Circle S – Breakfast sandwiches, donuts, and more

Frosty’s Fun Center – Sandwiches, breakfast platters, hotcakes, and more

St. Nick’s Restaurant – Buffet featuring sausage, bacon, eggs, and more

Stone Ridge Station – Coffee, breakfast sandwiches, smoothies, and more

Subway – Breakfast sandwiches and hashbrowns

Lunch/Dinner:
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Brick Oven Pizza – Pizza, fried chicken, and more

Christmas Dinner with Santa at Santa’s Lodge – Buffet featuring turkey, dressing, green beans, and more

Circle S – Pizza, fried chicken, and sandwiches to go

Das Nikolausfest at St. Nicholas Catholic Church December 8, 2018, only. 

Frosty’s Fun Center – Specialty pizza, sandwiches, and more

Stone Ridge Station – Salads, wraps, fried chicken, and more

Subway – Sandwiches and salads

Sweet Treats:

Brick Oven Pizza – Hot chocolate and ice cream

Frosty’s Fun Center – Ice cream

Santa’s Candy Castle – Over 30 flavors of gourmet hot chocolate, gourmet popcorn, handmade confections,  and more

Santa Claus Christmas Store – Hot chocolate, coffee, Bavarian nuts, and fudge

Don’t miss any events with the printable 2018 Santa Claus Christmas Celebration Event Guide, or you can pick one up at the Visitors Bureau.

Make sure you’re on time! Find the hours of operation for all local business, including restaurants, here.

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