Hey, It’s Mid-Winter! | Zehnder's of Frankenmuth

Hey, It’s Mid-Winter!

By Al Zehnder, CEO of Zehnder’s of Frankenmuth

Okay, Zehnder’s Snowfest 2015 is in the books and just when you think, after 24 years, it can’t get any better; it does. A combination of mild weather and low gas prices encouraged
thousands to visit. The ice and snow carvings were great and a visit by the Detroit Tigers on the Friday of Snowfest just made it a spectacular event. The traditional end to Snowfest has been the Chef’s Hot Food Competition sponsored by the local American Culinary Federation held in our Main Dining Room. A great way for local chefs to compete and show their stuff.

I’m proud to say our team did well; click here for a complete list of our winners and
participants.
It’s a nice way to end a big celebration. If you visited Snowfest this year
and took pictures, enter them in our Snowfest Impressions picture contest. You can visit
our website for all the details.

So here we are facing mid-winter square in the face. Zehnder’s has various cures for the
mid-winter blahs. Each Friday through April 3rd, Z-Chef’s Café features our very popular
Friday night seafood buffet. The menu changes weekly, see our website for pricing and menu updates.

Once again Zehnder’s is host to our annual Ragtime Festival February 27th. This year,
Ragtime features our old friend and extraordinary talent of Bob Milne. And of course,
Zehnder’s Splash Village is always 84 degrees and sunny. Spend the evening or just come
for the day. If you haven’t seen Atrium Park, our new indoor waterpark addition, bring the
family; I’m sure you’ll agree it’s a great place to beat the mid-winter blahs.

Regardless of the season, there’s always something happening at Zehnder’s.

Hope to see you here!

Sincerely,

Al Zehnder, CEO of Zehnder’s of Frankenmuth

1 Comment

  1. Bob Mineau says:

    Our group loves your BBQ and we are going to try the Fish Fry’s. Is it possible to start it at 5:00pm and end at 9:00pm? We come from the Novi area and it takes 1 1/4 hours to get to Frankenmuth. Our people who work on Friday have a hard time getting there before it ends.

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