MILWAUKEE - People enjoyed a feast among the beasts at the Zoo a la carte event at the Milwaukee County Zoo.
It's an exciting experience for any kid - seeing a cheetah up close, elephants walking just feet away, and small penguins swimming in a pool.
"The look in his eyes is priceless," dad Chris Kuechler said.
Among the more than two thousand animals, a treat for mom and dad.
"It's great for the kids, it's great for the parents, it's good food, good fun and great weather on top of it," dad Ryan Smale said. He brought his two kids to the Zoo a la carte event.
Twenty-eight restaurants are stationed throughout the zoo and they're cooking up foods of every flavor.
"We come out here for the food, we come out here for the fun," Kuechler said.
It is the largest fundraiser for the zoo. All of the proceeds from the event go directly to the animals.
"Whether it's health programs, general maintenance, food, things like that, it all benefits the animals," Milwaukee Co. Zoo public relations coordinator Jennifer Diliberti said.
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