guest

United States

#1 Apr 20, 2011
We are about 3 hours drive and thinking of taking a day trip to pattis. Can anyone tell me the price range of meals, golf, rock wall, petting zoo, race cars etc? Would like to know appx amounts to budget before making the trip but cant seem to find prices any where on the www. Thanks!
Paducah Town

Tomball, TX

#2 Apr 22, 2011
Very expensive to eat there! Don't know about the rest! The have a website!
Grand Rivers Refugee

Richmond, KY

#3 Apr 22, 2011
Don't drive so far to throw your money away at a scam like Patti's.
Guest

United States

#4 Apr 23, 2011
The website is not very helpful. No prices are listed for anything. I have heard the meal is expensive, which I dont mind if other things were reasonable as my children would want to try everyyhing. I guess they are afraid to post the prices and scare people away?!
guest

United States

#6 Apr 29, 2011
Resident wrote:
A family of four will cost between 80 to 100 dollars to eat minimum the boats are a dollar a turn. I believe the animals are free and not sure about other activities. However just about a 10 minute drive to Maggies Jungle golf and walk thru trail to see animals is not expensive and a lot of fun
Thank you for your response Resident!
Rachel

Owensboro, KY

#7 May 4, 2011
Patti's can be expensive, but it doesn't have to be. My husband and I can eat there for 30 dollars though. The texas steak he gets is about 25. The fried chicken salad is 9, and kids chicken is only 5, to name a few. You get all the flower pot bread and strawberry butter you want, which is wonderful.
I don't think the rock wall is always there, just special occasions.
Also, if you go a little further, past Maggie's, there is another good mini golf place with other games and a go cart track.
If you want to save money on dessert, Craigs dairy dip is next door to Patti's and pretty cheap.
Here

Benton, KY

#8 May 4, 2011
Might want to wait on the trip though. The tracks past Maggies are a little flooded but Maggies is still ok since it is on that hill. If you plan on staying a night or so I would call Pattis Inn and Suites. They have package deals for their rooms that include a $50 gift card to the Pattis restaurant.
Rachel

Owensboro, KY

#9 May 4, 2011
Actually, as of this morning, neither place has been affected by the rain or flooding.
oooo

Kendallville, IN

#10 Jul 11, 2012
did morgan quit?
uhhuh

United States

#11 Aug 10, 2012
guest wrote:
We are about 3 hours drive and thinking of taking a day trip to pattis. Can anyone tell me the price range of meals, golf, rock wall, petting zoo, race cars etc? Would like to know appx amounts to budget before making the trip but cant seem to find prices any where on the www. Thanks!
for a party of two at patties I would figure on spending about 50 bucks, not sure about golf, the go carts at kyshores is 6 bucks a ride, petting zoo and everything else can't help you there either.
Anonymous

Metropolis, IL

#12 Aug 10, 2012
If you saw the condition of the kitchen and the people working back there you would change your mind about eating there. Just sayin'. And you can go to Outback, Logan's, Texas Roadhouse, or pretty much anywhere and get the same menu for about half the price.
dawg

Calvert City, KY

#13 Oct 4, 2012
the kitchen staff and some of the servers are a bunch of pill heads n pot smokin stoners who do this stuff while on the clock and in the parking lot after work !
Anonymous

South Fulton, TN

#14 Mar 11, 2013
Sik-N-Tired wrote:
If you saw the condition of the kitchen and the people working back there you would change your mind about eating there. Just sayin'. And you can go to Outback, Logan's, Texas Roadhouse, or pretty much anywhere and get the same menu for about half the price.
The kitchen is clean every day. There are rules and protocall to follow. Everything gets sanitized and scrubbed every day. The managers check your stations if they find something not clean enough they have you do it again. Seen it happen many times.

On the other post. Regardless of what pills/drugs a few of the workers do the food is still good. Its still cooked the way its supposed to be. Some of the best cooks in the world did drugs at one point in time.

The food is expensive but well worth it. I'd get the pork chop. And dessert is awesome. I'd reccomend the mint sinker. The other activities aren't that expensive.
condor

Belvidere, IL

#15 Mar 17, 2013
they are a bunch of stoners
Sage

Gideon, MO

#16 May 26, 2013
My wife and I ate there last week. Always have heard about the great food. We had shrimp. Shrimp was very tough, baked potato was cold. Bread was good, service was good. Bill with good tip was $50.00.

We will not be back.

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