If you happened to have attended CoasterBuzzCon last year at PKI, what did you think of the food?
There are some alternatives to the all you can eat burgers/dogs/fried chicken, but the alternatives (like chicken breasts) are not all you can eat. Should we again go with the all you can eat?
Also, I should mention now since I didn't realize it last year, that they desserts were not paid for by us... I think the PR folks picked up the tab for that (ditto for the covered tables and Eiffel Towers). They really hooked us up!
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Jeff, unless it is new this year, all menu items were all you can eat unless deemed necessary by the picnic grove staff and agreed upon prior to the picnic booking. (Let me tell you, you don't want to be the one constantly cooking hundreds of pans of baked beans (35-40mins in the oven) for 20,000 people. Its a real pain in my butt)
Having eaten all the other menu items all summer long, I can give some suggestions but price is always the factor I know.
The covered tables and eiffel towers aren't an option for any other group that comes into the picnic grove. All the tables will be cleaned and santized for them but if the groups want decorations they have to provide them, which I'm sure Jeff Siebert arranged that one himself as a treat to you guys. ------------------ Chris Tyson Photographer www.pkiunlimited.com
I thought the arrangement was great last year Jeff. It was typical picnic fair and the generous portions made it all worthwhile. The variety gave something even for the picky among us. PKI treated us just awesome.
But for desert this year, how about some Huckleberry Hound Blue Ice Cream ;)
-Brent who knows desert is not included but is addicted to that damn ice cream
The food was decent, and I think that the all you can eat was a good thing for those who were really hungry. PR did an amazing job and Jeff Siebert really did it up good for us. (Sorry for the misused english but I just came back from shooting a rap video.)
------------------ CBClub member #30 and #364 (renewal)
Well I didn't go last year, in fact i'm not even in the club (want to join though) so my advice probably isn't as hihgly taken as others. I would say though that if what you did last year really worked out well then try to go with it again. Reading the posts it sounds as if people enjoyed the food (kind of difficult to go wrong with picnic food) so I'd say go with what works. Also if anyone cares as to why i'm not in the club yet, I don't live close enough to the events and I don't have my license yet so as of now there isn't any incentive for me to join other than to offer support for the site, which don't get me wrong I wouldn't mind doing.
I second Brent on the Smurfberry ice cream LOL. Last year's picnic was (Mr. Burns voice) excellent! Thanks again to the park for a great day.
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