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Rumkins Bar & Grill Hires New Chef From Walt Disney Resorts - Thenewsherald.com

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Photo by Erica McClain Theres a new chef in town at Rumkins Bar & Grill, which is retooling its menu seven cheap disney vacation packages months after opening. New head chef Jason Thayer, 43, comes to Allen Park with 23 years of experience. A graduate of the Paul Smiths College in Brighton, N.Y., Thayer has had a lifelong interest in culinary arts that began from watching his grandmother cook Italian family-style dinners. Thayer comes to Rumkins with a bevy of experience as a chef at Walt Disney Resorts, which he said gave him the opportunity to work with many world-class chefs. While there, he helped to open several restaurants within Disney, including Flying Fish Cafe and Citricos. Rumkins, at 6736 Allen Road, currently features sandwiches, wraps, salads, soups, burgers, steak and chicken entrees. Special dishes include Rumkins chicken, which is grilled chicken topped with a mojito marinade, and Rumkins bar burger, which is basted in rum butter with cheddar cheese, barbecue sauce and onion straws. The restaurant also offers several specialty rum drinks in honor of the bars namesake.
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From its signature rides to its extravagant parades and fireworks, no other amusement park does it quite like Disney. Its unique offerings go well beyond that, however. Here are some unique things that you never thought you'd find at an amusement park. 1. Central Florida's only AAA Five-Diamond restaurant Believe it or not, you can dine at a AAA Five-Diamond restaurant in the middle of a theme park resort. A huge departure from the usual theme park restaurant, the super upscale Victoria & Albert's offers a rotating menu and a posh chef's table, from which you can observe the inner workings of the kitchen. Of course, all the fanciness comes at a price. A prix fixe dinner starts at $135 per guest. 2. A ride with motion sickness bags Can your stomach handle going to infinity and beyond?
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