Get ready to feast tomorrow because Cedar Point is hosting a Maryland-themed dinner from 5 – 10 p.m. Come hungry and enjoy the cuisine of Maryland, including Old Bay Fries (natch), Half-Shell Oysters, and anything and everything crab. Like we said, you’ll want to come hungry. And to wash it all down? The Maryland beers available are Stillwater Artisanal Ales, DuClaw HellRazer and Natty Boh. The event is pay-as-you-go.
But the fun doesn’t end there because Cedar Point also just debuted a new beer on tap - Food and Ferments, Ginger Lime Kombucha – and a new cocktail menu. Check out the full menu here.
Cedar Point [Foobooz]
This bacon stuff, it just never gets old.
Tomorrow night, Cedar Point Bar & Kitchen is doing a multi-course bacon dinner which will include vegan bacon with green tomato-jalepeno chutney, gumbo with pork belly (which totally counts as bacon) and shrimp, Texas Tommie sliders with bacon-wrapped pineapple, and Peanut Bacon Brittle for dessert.
Cedar Point does dinners like this every Thursday–choosing a single ingredient and building an entire menu around it. In the past, ingredients have included pumpkin, chestnuts, figs, apples, and squash. But this time around, they left the choosing up to their Facebook fans and when faced with a choice between onions, salt, garlic, jalapenos, chocolate, and bacon, the people, unsurprisingly, went with the delicious pig strips. Honestly, the options could’ve been hundred dollar bills, weed, foie gras, delicious tacos, uncut diamonds and bacon and most people still probably would’ve chosen bacon.
But hey, who are we to argue with the will of the people? The dinner is tomorrow night. Yes, there will be plenty of bacon. Make your plans now.
Cedar Point Bar & Kitchen [official]
Tonight, Cedar Point Bar & Kitchen is hosting a special snobby beer tap takeover they’re calling “What the Brett!” The night will be a celebration of high-brow beers brewed with brettanomyces, sours and other good stuff.
In addition to the special beers there will also be food specials like eggplant caviar, lobster mac ‘n cheese and champange mussels.
Beers range from $6 to $8 and are $2 off during happy hour from 6 to 7 p.m.
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