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Shops & Stalls

Food Ice Cream Stall
Sells: Ice Creams ($0.90), Construction Costs: $250
Entrances: 1, Size: 1Wx1Dx3H, Other: Building color can be changed.
Satisfies Hunger.
Food is sweet.
Does not produce litter.
Especially popular during Summer.

Food Fries Stall
Sells: Fries ($1.50), Construction Costs: $300
Entrances: 1, Size: 1Wx1Dx5H
Satisfies Hunger.
Food is very salty.

Food Hot Dog Stall
Sells: Hot Dogs ($1.00), Construction Costs: $290
Entrances: 1, Size: 1Wx1Dx3H
Satisfies Hunger.
Food is salty.

Food Pizza Stall
Sells: Pizza ($1.60), Construction Costs: $275
Entrances: 1, Size: 1Wx1Dx3H
Satisfies Hunger.

Food Burger Bar
Sells: Burgers ($1.50), Construction Costs: $300
Entrances: 1, Size: 1Wx1Dx2H
Satisfies Hunger.
Food is salty.

Food Fried Chicken Stall
Sells: Fried Chicken ($1.50), Construction Costs: $260
Entrances: 1, Size: 1Wx1Dx4H
Satisfies Hunger.
Food is salty.
Keep away from nauseating rides {s}.

Food Exotic Sea-Food Stall
Sells: Tentacles ($1.50), Construction Costs: $325
Entrances: 1, Size: 1Wx1Dx4H
Satisfies Hunger.

Drink Coffee Shop
Sells: Coffee ($1.20), Construction Costs: $250
Entrances: 1, Size: 1Wx1Dx3H
Satisfies Thirst.
Especially popular during Rain and Cold weather.

Drink Drink Stall
Sells: Drinks ($1.20), Construction Costs: $225
Entrances: 1, Size: 1Wx1Dx3H
Satisfies Thirst.

Drink Lemonade Stall
Sells: Lemonade ($1.20), Construction Costs: $210
Entrances: 1, Size: 1Wx1Dx3H
Satisfies Thirst.
Drink is sweet.
Especially popular in Hot, Dry climates.
Increases happiness {s}.

Food Cotton Candy Stall
Sells: Cotton Candy ($0.80), Construction Costs: $250
Entrances: 1, Size: 1Wx1Dx3H
Satisfies Hunger.
Food is sweet.
Does not produce litter.
Increases happiness {s}.

Food Popcorn Stall
Sells: Popcorn ($1.20), Construction Costs: $250
Entrances: 1, Size: 1Wx1Dx3H
Satisfies Hunger.
Food is very salty.

Food Donut Shop
Sells: Donuts ($0.70), Construction Costs: $262
Entrances: 1, Size: 1Wx1Dx4H
Satisfies Hunger.
Causes thirst {s}.

Food Candy Apple Stand
Sells: Candy Apples ($0.70), Construction Costs: $245
Entrances: 1, Size: 1Wx1Dx5H
Satisfies Hunger.
Food is sweet.

Souvenir Balloon Stall
Sells: Balloons ($0.90), Construction Costs: $200
Entrances: 1, Size: 1Wx1Dx4H, Other: Balloon color can be changed.
Guests will sometimes loose their balloons.
Increases happiness {s}.

Souvenir Souvenir Stall
Sells: Cuddly Toys ($2.50) & Umbrellas ($3.00), Construction Costs: $210
Entrances: 1, Size: 1Wx1Dx3H, Other: Umbrella color can be changed.
Guests will try to purchase an umbrella if it is raining.

Souvenir T-Shirt Stall
Sells: T-Shirts ($3.00), Construction Costs: $255
Entrances: 1, Size: 1Wx1Dx2H, Other: T-Shirt color can be changed.

Souvenir Hat Stall
Sells: Hats ($1.50), Construction Costs: $250
Entrances: 1, Size: 1Wx1Dx3H, Other: Hat color can be changed.

Information Information Kiosk
Sells: Park Maps ($0.60) & Umbrellas ($2.50), Construction Costs: $250
Entrances: 4, Size: 1Wx1Dx3H, Other: Umbrella color can be changed.
Guests will try to purchase an umbrella if it is raining.
Park maps reduce the chance of Guests becomming lost and help Guests decide what to ride next.

Bathroom Bathroom
Rents: Toilets ($Free), Construction Costs: $200
Entrances: 1, Size: 1Wx1Dx2H, Other: Prefabricated concrete building.
Satisfies Bathroom.


Shops & Stalls do not use a "Queueing Line". However, the shops "front" side (or one of the four service windows in the case of the Information Kiosk...although you should still try to place the "front" window towards your heaviest traffic area) needs to touch a path square, so that guests can access the shop. The key to success in the park food business is variety {m}.

If patronized; Food Stalls affect a guests "Hunger", Drink Stalls affect a guests "Thirst", and Bathroom reduces a guests "Bathroom". Spread stalls (whether by themselves or as part of a "food court") around the park so that your guests do not need to go far to fulfill a particular urge {m}.

The types of Shops & Stalls are:
Food Stall = Fries Stall, Hot Dog Stall, Pizza Stall, Burger Bar, Fried Chicken Stall, Exotic Sea-Food Stall, Popcorn Stall, Donut Shop
- Sweet Snack = Ice Cream Stall, Cotton Candy Stall, Candy Apple Stand
Drink Stall = Coffee Shop, Drink Stall
- Sweet Snack = Lemonade Stall
Bathroom = Bathroom
Souvenier Shop = Balloon Stall, Souvenir Stall, T-Shirt Stall, Hat Stall, Information Kiosk

Most Food and Drink stalls generate trash (such as discarded drink cups, food wrappers, and the occational fumbled meal) {m}. If trash bins are located near these stalls (maximum distance yet to be determined), many guests will use them rather than disguarding their trash on the ground (but a Handyman will still be required to clean up the remainder). Trash cans are not required for the Ice cream Stall or the Cotton Candy Stall, as these foods do not come in containers.

Guests tend to eat near where they purchased the food {m} (maximum distance yet to be determined). Many guests prefer to sit when they eat {m}. Remember that guests will not sit on vandalized benches (as a last resort, a Security Guard can be employed to patrol the benches).

Very few guests come off an intense ride looking for a meal {m}. The combination of food and thrilling rides is the primary cause of guests feeling sick {m} (even if nauseaus, guests will still eat {s}). Consider locating Food Stalls far from intense rides {m}, but feel free to place Food Stalls near the exits of mild rides {s}.

Drink Stalls are more popular when placed near food stalls that sell thirst-inducing products - salty things like popcorn, for example {m}. Guests prefer to pay less for Sweet Snacks then they would for regular Food and Drink {s}.

If umbrellas are available for sale, your guests become much less uncomfortable (and therefore less unhappy) in the rain {m}.

Supplying park maps helps to greatly decrease the number of guests who get lost {m}. Guests will sometimes drop their park maps {s}. If you don't yet have the Information Kiosk, it is a good idea to set Research on "Shops & Stalls" to Maximum, and turn Off research to all other categories, until you get the Kiosk.

You want the Bathroom convenient, visible, and easy to find - so it's a good idea to locate a Bathroom close to food service areas {m}. Guests may also need to use a Bathroom after a particularly intense and/or nauseas ride {m}.

Happy guests are more likely to buy Souveniers and T-shirts, so place them near the Exits of enjoyable rides to maximize profitability {s}.