MEal Plan

 Dining Pavillion

Meal Plan Schedule:
Thursday Brunch and Dinner (10am-1pm / 5pm-8pm)
Friday Brunch and Dinner (10am-1pm / 5pm-8pm)
Saturday Brunch and Dinner (10am-1pm / 5pm-8pm)
Sunday Brunch and Dinner (10am-1pm / 5pm-8pm)

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Bar Program
Also joining us to run our beverage program will be Derek Burnell of Round Corner Cantina and Umami in Pittsburgh. Beverages will be available for those 21+, cash and card will be accepted. The bar locations will be at both the Stone Circle Main Evening Stage, as well as the Hemlock Hole Daytime Stage. 

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A la Carte

This year the bars will be carrying an array of packaged snacks at all times. Black Radish will also have a limited amount of a la carte food items for sale (cash only) from 2-3pm, both Friday and Saturday at Hemlock Hole. They'll be arriving by horse-drawn golf cart. Expect hot dogs, burritos, pizzas, etc. Like last year, all of this is while supplies last, and SHOULD NOT be relied upon as your main meals. The "snack bar" outside of the kitchen area is not returning this year, as nobody used it last year. SO, get your grocery life in order.

Groceries & Cooking
The closest full-service grocery store is Food Lion in Hancock, MD, a 25 minute drive away from camp. The address is 345 N Pennsylvania Ave, Hancock, MD 21750. You can head there any time the gates are open, typically 10am-12am. Check the website's Arrival section for full gate hours at honchocampout.com

Make sure to pack a large supply of water, fruit, nuts, granola bars, stuff that will keep you going. You can cook on campfires or bring a small grill, but there aren't grills scattered around. Firewood for purchase and fire rings are available from Four Quarters. You must use a fire ring if you are building a fire. Ice will also be available to purchase from Four Quarters for those wanting to keep stuff cold in a cooler. You can bring your own alcohol for afterhours, your camp site, or any other areas without bars. No booze can be brought into areas with bars due to liquor licensing. 

This is a 100% Leave No Trace Event
We must respect Four Quarters Farm and keep this clean. All attendees are responsible for carrying their trash with them until it can be thrown away at their sites or at the stages. This includes cigarette butts. Anyone caught flicking cigarette butts will be punished, and is risking future use of the venue for us. Don't be slobs. Keep it clean. Use your pockets. 

Remember, the only trash is you.