The coronavirus is re-writing the “contract” between the dining room and the customers at the tables, and, in response, Waterloo Region food operations large and small have focused on re-building that confidence.
If you’re looking for something to do in Waterloo Region this fall, Bingemans’ lineup is full of fun from a “Kool” Oktoberfest experience to something more eerie and macabre!
Not for the faint at heart, Bingemans’ Screampark will scare and terrorize its visitors starting on September 28! In its 13th year, Screampark is set to entertain with more attractions and fright than ever before. New attractions include: The Waiting Room, the Preparation Penitentiary, the Quarantine Zone, the Experimental Grounds, the Dietary, and more!
The gates of Screampark are open for your frightful enjoyment on September 28, 29 and October 5-7, 12-14, 18-21, 23-28.
Bingemans is celebrating its 50th year of Bavarian festivities by launching a new and exciting experience for patrons of the Oktoberfest Kool Haus festhalle from October 5-13!
This year’s program has been modified to give attendees the most authentic German-style experience outside of Munich. Bingemans is offering festival goers authentic German beers direct from Munich from Hacker-Pschorr and Paulaner. In addition, Bingemans has partnered with Waterloo Brewing, Innocente Brewing Company, and KW Craft Cider to bring local craft beer to the festival.
For something the whole family can enjoy, attend the 37th FREE Oktoberfest Family Breakfast on Saturday, October 6 from 7:30 to 11:00 a.m. – while supplies last.
For more information on all things Bingemans this fall, visit www.bingemans.com.