We start out with some good CP RMC Mean Streak Talk before talking about the 2016 Central Florida Haunt Scene
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The guys talk about the limited news then go into some fun topics like park chain vs. park chain, top 5 GCI’s, and Overrated Underrated.
This week we have ride reviews of Valravn, Cobra’s Curse and KONG. Also lots of news with Lightning Rod troubles, SFOG removing rides and Ohio 2017.
With a coaster count of over 1400, Martin Lewison joins us to talk about some of his adventures and to explain overseas travels. He also gives us some insight in to some of his favorite rides and parks from around the world. We also talk about Kings Island opens with signs teasing a 2017 attraction, Tidal Wave closed forever at BGT, Indiana Beach adding a Larson Looper, Bar coming to WDW Tower of Terror, Texas Chainsaw Massacre is first house announced for HHN, Six Flags Magic Mountain offering an all season flash pass.
Adam House stops by this week to talk Great Coasters! Drew and Clint also bring up some of the news for the week.
Will the Thrill Holder joins us this week as we talk about the 5 most anticipated rides, coasters, and attractions. We also go over all the news of the week including sex in the high roller and kids steeling the flags from the top of an S&S drop tower.
Clint is back on the show this week and talks a little bit about the Central Park Fun-Land Laser Tag Project he has been working on. Drew is on his way out the door to Yellowstone, and Legend is hung over!
Clint is back! So is the Legend! The guys talk about Fury 325, and Legends California trip. Also Jen from Six Flags New England joins us to talk about Wicked Cyclone.
The guys are joined by Sarah from ZDT’s amusement park to talk Switchback. They also talk about Dreamvision, Flying Tires and Busch Tampa’s 2016 project
TAMPA, Fla. (Feb. 2, 2015) – Guests can now explore the Busch Gardens® Food & Wine Festival menu online and prep their palettes for the inaugural spring event debuting on March 7. From comfort classics like bacon mac & cheese to decedent desserts like passion fruit flan, the Busch Gardens Food & Wine Festival feeds guests’ appetite for adventure with wild flavors for every taste:
- Gourmet Lodge: Explore the exotic flavors of Gourmet Lodge, featuring duck confit, venison chili and other exciting dishes.
- Savory Tavern: Tempt taste buds with the rich flavors of Savory Tavern, including coconut shrimp cigars, braised lamb shank and passion fruit flan.
- Chef’s Plantation: Pan-seared salmon cakes, a griddled cheese cake sandwich and more await your palette at Chef’s Plantation.
- Coast to Coast Cookery: Flavors of the land and sea come together at Coast to Coast Cookery, featuring hangar steak, bacon-wrapped prawns and more.
- Field House Eatery: The Field House Eatery is the Festival’s biggest location, offering pan-seared scallops, roasted pork belly and mango éclairs right on Gwazi Field.
- Southern Station: Southern Station tantalizes taste buds with shrimp & grits, pan-fried cod and beef short rib.
- Comfort Kitchen: The Comfort Kitchen fuses classics like bacon mac & cheese with contemporary eats like habanero shrimp salad.
- Light Fare Canteen: Freshen up your palette at the Light Fare Canteen with scallop ceviche and an heirloom tomato & goat cheese salad.
- Blazin’ Bistro: Blazin’ Bistro breaks out the grill for fire-braised pork chops and jerk chicken sliders.
The Busch Gardens Food & Wine Festival runs from noon to 9 p.m. on Saturdays and Sundays, March 7 through April 26. Plus, raise your glass to live concerts at 6 p.m. on Gwazi Field. The Festival is included with any pass, Fun Card or daily admission. Food and beverages are available for purchase at an additional fee.
For more event information, including detailed menus and a full list of wine, craft brews and cocktails, visit buschgardens.com. Stay connected and join the conversation by using #corksandcoasters on Busch Gardens’ Facebook page, Twitter and Instagram.