In the Catskills, Cheez-It’s Retro Diner serves biscuits, burgers, and cheese shakes.

In the Catskills,  If the news from Joshua Tree National Park’s Cheez-It Stop last summer made you envious, you should start organizing a summer road trip in the exact other way.

Cheez-In Diner, located in the Catskills of New York, is a location where every menu item revolves around cheesy, salty baked snack crackers. Cheez-It has announced the opening of this new, temporary roadside attraction for the summer of 2024. Yes, even the menu for desserts.

In the Catskills, Cheez-It's Retro Diner serves biscuits, burgers, and cheese shakes.

In the Catskills,  A Tribute to Cheez-Its The Cheez-In Diner, which is located in Woodstock, New York, about two hours’ drive from New York City, capitalizes on the viral success of its previous year’s brand activation.

A menu full of Cheez-infused diner favorites is offered at this new immersive roadside experience, which will only be available for one week. In contrast, California’s ‘Cheez-It Stop’ mimicked a petrol station, replete with a pump that dispensed Cheez-It crackers. An outline of the menu’s savory selections is provided below:

 

An “Extra Big Cheez-It cracker” (sounds a lot like the Taco Bell Big Cheez-It, which enjoyed a limited run in 2022) paired with a pimento cheese burger, lettuce, pickles, and
A Big Grilled Cheez sandwich with cracker crust
Cheesy Chickee Trendies dipped in Cheez-It crumbs (served with a side of Hidden Valley Cheesy Ranch or hot honey, if desired)

In the Catskills,  White cheddar baked in the oven Macaroni and cheese topped with a crumbled cracker
There are three types of Cheez-It Fries: Choose from three flavors: Original, White Cheddar, or Hot & Spicy (with melted pimento cheese sauce optional).

In the Catskills,  A Cheez-It Bisco-it side dish with honey butter and “tasty layers bursting with Cheez-It crackers”
Because a roadside restaurant wouldn’t be complete without dessert, the brand has also included savory snack crackers in a couple of its dessert selections.

A vanilla base is combined with Cheez-Its to create the Deluxe Cheez-It Milkshake. It is then topped with whipped cream, chocolate syrup, sprinkles, a caramel and cheese cracker rim and, of course, a single chocolate-dipped Cheez-It rather than a cherry.

Lastly, there’s the Sweet-N-Salty Cheesecake, which comes with an Extra Big Cheez-It cracker shell, caramel drizzle, and cracker topping. If you’re keeping score, this piece has already mentioned the word “Cheez-It” more than fifteen times.

In the Catskills,  In addition to the recent additions to the menu, a tasting station on the premises lets patrons mix their own unique combinations of rare Cheez-It flavors. Both this and the Cheez-It Jukebox, which takes crackers instead of money for payment, are completely free.

In the Catskills, Cheez-It's Retro Diner serves biscuits, burgers, and cheese shakes.

In the Catskills,  The press release characterizes the retro merchandise as “a variety of groovy T-shirts, a trendy trucker hat, a classic diner coffee mug, and all kinds of cute collectibles like stickers, postcards and more.” It is not free, but it is widely available at the Cheez-In Diner.

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In the week before Memorial Day, May 20–26, the diner at 261 Tinker Street in Woodstock, New York, will be open to the public.

In the Catskills,  It is open from 4 to 9 p.m. local time on Monday through Thursday and until midnight on Friday and Sunday. It all makes sense—a Deluxe Cheez-It Milkshake seems like the perfect beverage to have while having fun late into the evening.

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