It's a celebration! Now that Canada's Wonderland has reopened in time for the amusement park's 40th anniversary, there's a new drinks and dessert menu that includes sangria pouches you can take with you around the park.
The limited-edition menu has new items and twists on treats that were around in the '80s and '90s. It will be available at the park until October 31.
The new menu includes a Rainbow Candy Funnel Cake with vanilla ice cream, maraschino cherry sauce and jelly beans on top, Blue Ice Cream that's a throwback to the '80s and '90s and a Churro Donut Sundae with toppings like vanilla ice cream, white chocolate shavings, sprinkles and caramel sauce.
You can also get red and white Celebration Sangria that comes in a pouch so you can take with you to sip on as you make your way through the park.
Why You Need To Go: Ontario may not have red sand beaches like you'd find in Greece, but it does have rolling red hills. You can take a boardwalk trail through the red landscape of the Cheltenham Badlands for a unique adventure. Don't forget to book a reservation in advance!
Why You Need To Go: This stunning summer oasis can be found in Hamilton, although you'll feel like you're dining in Santorini. The spacious terrace overlooks the water, and you can enjoy Greek and Mediterranean food while soaking up the views.
Why You Need To Go: Greece is full of mountains, canyons, and cliffs, and you can visit a giant canyon right here in Ontario. Eagle Canyon Adventures has the longest foot suspension bridge in Canada which takes you right across a towering canyon.
The stadium capacity is also limited to 15,000 fans, which means the upper decks of the stadium are no-fans-allowed and left completely empty. Even in the lower decks, fans have the option of purchasing regular seats or physically distanced seats, located in different sections of the park — if you can beat the scalpers to a ticket.
Similar measures are in place inside the stadium, too, with the Jays Shop operating at a limited capacity. That — along with a rush to get this year's merch — lead to a massive line to get into the shop during last night's game.
For safety reasons, all games at the Rogers Centre will be played with the roof open. Even if it starts raining, the roof will be kept partially open for airflow reasons, along with extra ventilation measures (like keeping all the exterior doors open).
But don't worry, Jays fans, some things will never change — like expensive beer and a great view. Baseball's back, baby!
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