Dark Harbor's setup consciously evokes a carnival atmosphere, and that extends to the food options, which are as inventive as they are delicious. Options include:
Guests shouldn’t drink if they'll be driving home from Dark Harbor and pick a designated driver if in a group. For those who can drink, Dark Harbor has plenty of options. The Ice Cave bar is a must-visit for the interior alone, which is almost completely made of ice sculptures. Guests can also enjoy a pint at The Last Drop Pub or a whiskey flight at The Barrel Room.
There are also secret bars in four of the mazes. To get in, find a scareactor in a maze (one that's not about to eat you) and ask where you might find libations. If you're lucky, they'll produce a bar token giving you access to unique cocktails themed around the mazes they're served in.
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