IKEA Long Island Events & Activities
IKEA FAMILY Price: $12.99 (Adult); $2.99 (Kids 12 and under)
Regular Price: $16.99 (Adult); $4.99 (Kids 12 and under)
“Smorgasbandet” will be providing musical entertainment!
Tickets are available for purchase at the IKEA restaurant. Space is limited!
Hardboiled eggs with mayo and shrimp
Marinated salmon with mustard sauce
Hot smoked salmon with horseradish sauce
Assorted Swedish cheeses
Tossed green salad
Breads: crisp bread and rolls, soft bread and thin bread
Swedish meatballs and potatoes
Prinskorv Swedish sausage
Desserts and Beverages
*Menu subject to change due to product availability
**Restaurant closes at 2pm for event set-up.
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