Clusterfest Food & Drink Menu

April 11, 2017

All-star chefs and restaurants will offer a new experience in festival eats at Colossal Clusterfest, bringing to life iconic food and drink moments and locations from South Park, It’s Always Sunny in Philadelphia, and Seinfeld.

Colossal Clusterfest will feature notable chefs such as San Francisco’s Sarah and Evan Rich of Rich Table, Matthew Accarrino of Michelin-starred SPQR, Brandon Jew of Mister Jiu’s and Top Chef’s Melissa King and Brooke Williamson. Other Bay Area favorites include Humphrey Slocombe, Woodhouse Fish Co., Southpaw BBQ, Itani Ramen, LocoL, Nombe, and dozens more.

Unique to Colossal Clusterfest, foodies and superfans alike will have the opportunity to dine at the signature cafes and locations of their favorite shows:


The South Park attraction will be home to culinary talent alongside comedians and other entertainers to create eclectic mashups that celebrate the iconic show. Moments like the “Chili con Carnival,” from the “Scott Tenorman Must Die” episode will be recreated by Sarah and Evan Rich from Rich Table, Michelin starred SPQR’s, Matthew Accarrino and culinary influencer Binging with Babish, as they compete in a chili cook-off to serve up the best chili in town (Don’t worry, humans will not be an ingredient). Additionally, Top Chef’s Melissa King and season 14 winner Brooke Williamson will be breaking down a whole pig before a live audience as an homage to the season 10 episode, “ManBearPig.” Other locations include:

“Tweek Bros.” serving Four Barrel Coffee
“Casa Bonita” serving Tacolicious
“Les Bos” offering libations by Hotsy Totsy Club
and “Raisins” serving Mister Jiu’s signature wings


For a completely authentic Seinfeld experience, the beloved “Monk’s Cafe” will be recreated by San Francisco’s Wise Sons Jewish Deli with a menu offering up show favorites including the Big Salad, Black and White cookies, and Babkas. Festivalgoers will also have the opportunity to eat at “The Soup Nazi” stand, which will feature appearances throughout the weekend from the Soup Nazi star himself, Larry Thomas, who will serve up (or not!) a selection of delicious soups and stews.


The It’s Always Sunny in Philadelphia attraction offers attendees the opportunity to immerse themselves into the show with a full-scale replica of Paddy’s Pub serving thematic food and drink such as “Rum Ham,” “Beef and Beer,” “Grilled Charlie’s,” “Wine-in-a-can”, and a selection of craft beers. The Paddy’s Pub experience will also feature interactive games such as Flipadelphia, trivia, musical performances and surprise guests.


Festivalgoers will also have the opportunity to step into the Corkscrew, an experience of curated selections from Bay Area and Napa Valley wineries like Scribe, Turley Wine Cellars, Banshee, Mouton Noir, SLO Down Wines, and Hoxie Spritzer. Rounding out the Corkscrew is the “El Cavino,” a 1969 tricked out El Camino serving up a truly unique sparkling wine experience.