The real star of this trip was actually in Cedar Point. Yep, you read that right! Cedar Point had some great options for dining. Like other amusement parks, they had Subway, which at least always gives me one option, but they also had several stands with fresh fruit that looked really good and was fairly reasonable for an amusement park. But what totally took me off-guard was the actual vegetarian/vegan option they offered
in their ‘Frontier Village’. They had a backyard BBQ complete with large chunks of searing dead animal on this huge outside grill area, and in its own dedicated area they were grilling the biggest veggie kabob I had ever seen. Curious at just how vegan their offerings were, I actually got to speak with the manager and a chef on the spot about my choices. Needless to say from the picture you’ll see below, I had a huge meal with tons of flavor, and NO it did not disappoint. My vegan Cedar Point backyard BBQ included a gigantic veggie kabob with a large variety of veggies (3 types of pepper, onion, tomato, artichoke heart, and squash), couscous salad that I verified as vegan and was really tasty with cucumbers and tomatoes in it, bean salad with three types of beans and jalapenos, a roasted veggie salad, an ear of grilled corn with no fat added, and a vegan roll. I was stuffed and very happy.