New Stingray Grill Opens At National Corvette Museum16
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.
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Outrageous a corvette is and should only be an ice two door rear wheel drive vehicle! Not sedan an suv or even a grill
They sure know their audiance. There’s enough blood and grease rolling out of that think to make the Mcplant faint! The blackberry grilled cheese is a Kentucky thing. Lots of open faced cheese melts up here
Cool, a senior’s buffet 🙃😋🙃…..
Is this wonderburger available for delivery?
OK, I was ready to call BS on that burger comment, but… that actually looks pretty solid. The other menu items look pretty decent too. If those pics remain at least mostly true to form, I think I’m ok with this. Seems a little more than just a burger & fry hole in the wall.
That menu tells me don’t bother with this place. What a joke
Why? Would you prefer generic frozen reheated processed food?
Wife and I visited the museum last month, had a great visit as always, but the grill was closed due to the holiday. We will put this on the list for the next time.
This museum is a top-notch place and I’d encourage any car fan to visit if they’re passing through – or even make a special trip out of it. A plus is that Bowling Green is a neat town and a great place to spend an evening.
(Would also recommend the Porsche 356 Grill inside the Porsche USA Atlanta Delivery center)
Oh, we’re still young (43) and most of the visitors the day we visited were younger than us.
Piss off wes
Here is the menu:
Ate there a couple weeks ago with our R8C delivery. Food was really good…..I would do it again in a heartbeat!
Jim, Isn’t it ironic to use the word “heartbeat” in in association with the Cafe’s WonderBurger? I will have to wait until nexts year’s 1Lap to savor that flavor. Might be a looong year.
Stingray Grill eh? Okay, I’ll go along with the Stingray Menu but calling it “Stingray” Grill sort of leaves all of us Corvette lovers and owners out of the equation don’t ‘ya think…..Stingrays are NOT the only Corvette’s ever made, personally speaking, I thought the Corvette Café’ was a perfect name for an eating establishment honoring ALL Corvette’s models!
Oh well, I wish them well and great success in their “new endeavor”…looking forward to visiting the Corvette Museum someday (before they rename it The Stingray Museum, LOL) and enjoying what promises to be a very fun filled adventure.
To those folks close enough to visit the museum, I am very envious of you…being out here in Sunny Southern California, we can visit some of our auto museums (like the fabulous Petersen Museum…which by the way will be actually showing off the new Z06 on show day, how about that!) and it’s only a reasonable drive to each of them and usually in decent weather but the Holy Grail of museums (for us Corvette lovers and owners) will always be the Corvette Museum, ‘ya got’a love it!
Over priced food at a Museum is a norm. This is usually a good thing as people show up early and may be hungry for lunch before they are done at the museum.
As long as the food is good is key as not all are.
Breakfast menu needs BAGELS, LOX AND CREAM CHEESE.
Ate there last month. Was good but not great. Menu was a little dull. Rest of the museum was a great experience though
Another cool part they forgot to add in this article is they pass out diapers at the front for the old people who piss themselves.