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Kings Island Foodie News: New this fall The French Corner on International Street

Don Helbig

Area Manager Digital Marketing - Kings Island

Twitter: @DonHelbig 

  

There’s no shortage of amazing treats that you can pick up when you visit Kings Island this fall to experience the all-new Tricks And Treats Fall Fest presented by HERSHEY and Kroger, including a sampling of France at a new store opening on International Street called The French Corner. Here’s a look at the menu:

From the Baker, Share or Take Home

  • French Baguette
  • Pull-a-Part Bread of the Week
  • Chef’s Loaf Bread

Eat with one Hand, Toast with the Other

  • Chef’s Soup of the Day with a Baguette
  • Charcuterie – Slice Meats, Cheese, Dried Fruit, Pickled Vegetables and Baguette
  • Filled Croissant – Italian Meats and Aged Provolone, Smoked Ham and Cheese, Rotisserie Chicken Salad or Berries and Cream

Patisserie Sweet Treats

  • Muffin Ask You for Just the Tops – Choose Three: Blueberry, Banana Nut, Cranberry or Chocolate
  • Crème Puff – Filled with Berries and Cream or Chocolate Peanut Butter and Dusted
  • Crepes – Bananas Foster, Orange Suzette Sauce, Strawberries and Cream

Wet Your Whistle

  • Mimosa Bar – A glass of Sparkling Wine with a selection of Nectars and Juices
  • Coffee, Hot Chocolate and assorted Coke products

Be sure to check back for more stories about the eats and treats that will be available throughout the park during the Tricks And Treats Fall Fest on the Kings Island Blog.

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