With IC almost here, I did an interview with Justin Butner about the most frequently asked questions with late night food.
1. How can teens order late night food?
Easily! The IC app will have a link to an order form for each night.
2. What options do teens have to order?
You can get pizzas, pasta, salad, sides, desserts, and drinks with us. Domino’s is giving us a good deal on
prices, as you can see on the menu. You’ll see gluten-free options. Everything is vegetarian or vegan, but
not kosher. We take credit, debit, Apple Pay, and Google Pay. We can also accept most overseas
accounts, so global teens should be able to order as well.
3. How late can teens order food?
Most nights, we’re taking orders until 6 pm. Then we’ll close the order form and open the one for the
next night soon after. For Saturday night only, the order form will open before sunset on Friday and stay
open until 7:15 pm on Saturday night to account for Shabbat.
4. Where do you pick up late-night food from?
If you’re rocking a red wristband, you’ll pick it up from the Chantilly Foyer, near the elephants. If you’re
sporting a blue wristband, you’ll find your order in the Grant Ballroom Foyer, in the Grand Atrium, near
Counteroffer café. Food will be ready at the end of programming each night, and on Saturday, we’ll be
open alongside the BBYO Block Party.
5. How many nights will late-night food be offered?
We’re open every night that teens are on site – Wednesday through Sunday.
6. What if you don’t place a late-night food order in time? Is there still food available?
Counteroffer has you covered with kosher food each night. And on Saturday night, there will be food at
the BBYO Block Party. We want everyone to have a wonderful time at IC, which means no one should go
Check out the full IC late night food menu here!
Sarah Colton is a BBG living on Long Island, New York, and the town she is from was voted "Best Tasting Water" in New York State.
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