The National Corvette Museum has a new dining experience in the form of the Stingray Grill. The new restaurant, which replaces the former Corvette Café, opened its doors on August 12th. No museum admission is required to dine there.
The Stingray Grill menu includes the signature Stingray Burger, which is a blend of wagyu beef, bison, elk, and wild boar topped off with arugula, apple slices, smoked cheddar, bacon, and bacon tomato jam. The restaurant also features local favorites like their Blackberry Grilled Cheese, which is a twist on the traditional grilled cheese, with melted Swiss, blackberry jam, bacon, and jalapeños.
“The Stingray Grill is a unique dining experience within the National Corvette Museum,” reads the new establishment’s byline. “Just like the Corvette, it attracts people from all around the world to share in something that is both classic and contemporary.”
Along with other burgers and sandwiches, the restaurant also offers appetizers and salads, pastas, sides and dessert, a kid’s menu, breakfast, cocktails. The Stingray Grill restaurant hours and full menu can be accessed at the Stingray Grille website.
For those not familiar with the National Corvette Museum, it opened in 1994 as an educational tribute to America’s sports car with the mission to celebrate the invention of the Chevrolet Corvette and preserve the legendary automobile’s past, present, and future.
Located in Bowling Green, Kentucky, the National Corvette Museum is known worldwide as the home of the Corvette. Every Corvette in the world since 1981 has been assembled at the GM Bowling Green Assembly Plant located just a quarter mile from the National Corvette Museum.