One of the most important natural resources for living in northern Ohio is an abundance of fresh water from the great lakes. With all that fresh water comes one of the regions important fish, the Lake Erie Perch. While we eat a lot of perch, especially during Lent with weekly fish fry events, we decided to try the Cedar Point Bay Harbor Lake Erie Perch on a recent visit.
As a reminder, Bay Harbor is located on the Cedar Point peninsula but outside of the park. Therefore, guests can visit Bay Harbor all year long. During the off-season, Bay Harbor is open for dinner Wednesday through Saturday, with daily operation resuming once Cedar Point opens.
All meals are served with complimentary bread and flavored butters which are always delicious!
We started out the meal with the Bay Harbor garden salad, which features mixed greens, cucumber, red onion, grape tomatoes, carrots, and house dressing. We always really enjoy the salads at Bay Harbor for their fresh ingredients and the house dressing has the perfect hint of sweetness to it.
The Lake Erie Perch meal includes three pieces of lightly breaded fish that are fried. The meal is served alongside a Key Lime Slaw and seasoned potato wedges.
We always wish the potato wedges would be served inside of Cedar Point instead of the ones they use now because they are really good! The slaw is terrific and the fish was fresh and well seasoned.
For dessert, we opted for the Chocolate Cake which is really good and an excellent way to cap off the meal.
Have you tried any of the above menu items at Cedar Point’s Bay Harbor? If so, we would love to hear your feedback in the comments below.
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