The three best things you should eat at Universal Orlando this week (June 19, 2022)
If you’re reading this on the day it’s scheduled for publication, Happy Father’s Day here in the United States. Hope the dads are having a good day. Even though I’m not a normal dad, food makes me happy. Yes, my therapist tells me that the first step to admitting you have a problem is admitting it. However, blogging about theme park food encourages me to continue enjoying the food. However, if you find yourself at Universal Orlando this week, I have three suggestions for things to eat.
Father’s Day in the United States falls on Sunday, June 19.e. Ironically, National Eat an Oreo Day falls on the same day this year. Typically for me, we’ll venture to Toothsome Chocolate Factory and Savory Feast Kitchen. The Cookie Jar Milkshake at Toothsome is $16. In this creation, guests are served vanilla ice cream, Oreos, rolled oats, chocolate chip cookies, and whipped topping to top it all off. The Oreo will be hard to miss with this one. However, he also gets solid chocolate chip cookies. Of course, Dad also gets a collector’s jar to take home. Also, make sure dad doesn’t put that jar in the dishwasher. This will not go well!
Our next stop brings us to one of the summer food trucks. This choice comes as National Eat at a Food Truck Day falls on June 24.e. Universal Orlando continues to use two food trucks. The most popular resides in the San Francisco area of Universal Studios Florida. For this food suggestion, you get a two-for-one deal. The food truck located in San Francisco continues to sell the Hot Nashville Mac and Cheese. Thus, this menu item remains popular. Also, in this food truck, you can order the Hot Honey Biscuit. A longer review of this can be found here.
You’ll have to hurry for our last suggestion this week. The Jurassic World Dominion donut will only be available for another week. This yeast shell filled donut with a blueberry filling topped with vanilla frosting and the Jurassic World logo for $3.75.
Thanks as always for reading. Next week, we’ll spend some time exploring the goodies in the Tribute Store. As always, eat your way!
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