Just a reminder that unless you are planning on buying everything on site you should plan on packing a gas grill, cooler and enough food to get you through the weekend. There are local restaurants in the area, a deli on the corner 1000 feet away from the festival entrance, and a Super Stop in Shop in neighboring town Seymour. Water coolers can be found in the main area (yes, drinking water in the coolers is free but it is for drinking only). For 2009, a professional caterer will be providing meals . No meal plans!
An ice cream truck will also be making daily visits.
food professionally catered by
Food for Any Occasion prepared by:
menu is especially prepared for:
A Pagan Odyssey Festival
April 30th, 2010 – Sunday May 2nd, 2010
from 8 a.m. to @ 11 a.m.
Coffee, Tea, Hot Chocolate, Juices and other beverages
whole Fruits, yogurt, oatmeal and variety of cold cereals available
Buffet ($6.99 per lb.)
of muffins, croissants, bagels & rolls, etc.
w/butter, cream cheese preserves)
Baked Ham, Sausage, homefried potatoes, fresh fruit salad &
Own” Stuffed French Toast w/fruit fillings & syrup
from @ 11:30 a.m. to @ 8 p.m.
Soft Drinks, Juices, Spring Water & Gatorade
Fresh Selections for Lunch/Dinner Buffet ($6.99 per lb.)
Salad Bar with a selection of mixed greens, fresh fruits & veggies,
style salads, meats & cheeses
Buffet Selections for Lunch/Dinner Buffet ($6.99 per lb.)
Beef, Roast Pork, Roast Turkey au jus
Roasted Chicken, Grilled Chicken, Buffalo Wings
Potatoes, Vegetarian Orzo Rice Pilaf, Grilled Vegetables
served with a variety of sauces (i.e.
marinara, bolognese or primavera
w/rolls & breads to make sandwiches
Dogs, Hamburgers, Veggie Burgers,
Fries, Onion Rings, Mozzarella Sticks
Chips, Cookies & Candy also Available
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