Reviews of Fairfax Fare
Read more about Fairfax Fare including links to menus here: http://allears.net/dining/location/fairfax-fare
Service - limited breakfast and full lunch and dinner.
Reviewed by ars0525 Review Date: 04/11/2016
Rating: (8) Recommended
We looked at the several places on the corner area & picked Rosie's although what we got is available at Fairfax Fare as well.
4/9 @ 7:30pm, 2 adults, no DDP, each ordered the kids turkey sandwich. Got fries & apple slices & Sprite. The Darth Vader cupcake looked cool, but was too pricey for me. It was a nice light dinner while we waited for the fireworks. Seating was nice although we had to wander 5 minutes to find some. If you walk over to the side heading out towards the park entrance, there is more seating away from where you order (it seems people clump in those areas). I can see how this place quickly becomes a madhouse in prime time as people hold tables or won't share.
Pros:Rosie's All American Cafe
Reviewed by LISAE Review Date: 08/10/2016
Rating: (10) Recommended
Other than the very busy seating in August there was nothing else we would change about this meal.
We ordered ribs which came with corn on the cob, a chicken and rib platter (also with corn on the cob) and a loaded jacket potato with sour cream, cheese and chives.
The cupcakes were Minnie-type with cute little bows on top. I am not a huge fan of cupcakes and these were a little sweet for my taste but otherwise very nice. The entrees were outstanding and made a nice change from usual theme park offerings.
Pros:great ribs and loaded potatoes
Reviewed by tgsmithsr Review Date: 08/27/2016
Rating: (3) Not Recommended
I ate here a couple of years ago when it first opened, and I had a barbecue slaw dog that was excellent. So I was looking forward to having another one when I went back again last week and braved the outdoor seating. The temperature that evening was still over 90 degrees, even at dusk when we went to eat, so that was no small matter. Unfortunately, FF no longer serves the BBQ slaw dog, but having made the trek down there, we went ahead and each ordered a chili cheese dog. The dog itself was awesome, weighing about a pound, but the chili was greasy and mediocre and the bun was stale. We wound up just eating the dog. Even if they get some indoor seating with A/C, I don't think we'll be going back. Note: the BBQ slaw dog migrated to Casey's in the MK, and I HIGHLY recommend that.
Pros:1 lb. hot dog
Cons:Chili, bun, outdoor seating with no A/C
Reviewed by snovak Review Date: 11/11/2016
Rating: (9) Recommended
Ate here Oct 27th for lunch. We ordered the baked potato with beef. VERY good...the potato was huge, with a large dollop of sour cream on top. The beef was tender and very lean. First time eating here, and we will be back. The only negative is the outdoor seating....you have to not be afraid to ask someone if you can share their table, they are hard to come by.
Reviewed by disfam4 Review Date: 09/27/2018
Rating: (7) Recommended
Menu has changed to a Mexican theme since the last time we ate here. I had the layered rice bowl. My husband had the empanada platter. Both tasted fine but nothing spectacular. Serving size was adequate. Seating is horrible as it serves three other counter service locations. The service was really slow getting the food.