Universal Orlando Taste of Terror opens the table to frightening food delights

Universal Orlando Taste of Terror coming to HHN32, photo provided by Universal Orlando
Universal Orlando Taste of Terror coming to HHN32, photo provided by Universal Orlando /

As the screams fill the night air, the parched throat needs a beverage. Running from all those scare actors can make the stomach grumble. Halloween Horror Nights is more satisfying with great food and beverage offerings. During the Universal Orlando Taste of Terror preview event, everyone can get a taste of the chefs’ cunning culinary delights. Coud these frightening food offerings make everyone hungry for multiple visits during HHN32?

While the original content houses, popular horror series, and other diabolical tales are the centerpiece of any Halloween Horror Nights experience, the reality is that food and beverage offerings flavor the night. From the blinking cups that light a path down that winding corridor to the themed food choices that capture the characters that everyone loves, and fears, everyone has at least one tempting treat during their visit.

New for HHN32, the Universal Orlando Taste of Terror is a preview of the food and beverage offerings for the special event. For $159.99, plus tax, the 2-hour tasting event takes place on select nights in August. Guests will enjoy tasting portions of select items, non-alcoholic beverages, a souvenir Halloween Horror Nights light-up cup (21 and over only), Halloween Horror Nights Coca-Cola Freestyle cup, and a digital download photo.

Although Universal Orlando did not share what food and beverage items will be on the menu, many people are hoping that a few of the new selections will be available. In a previous HHN32 announcement, there was a reference to Bloody Campground Poutine, El Pastor Torta and Sour Apple Pie Funnel Fries.

While Pizza Fries are always a favorite, the hope is that the Universal Orlando culinary team will weave some of the story lines into the food offerings. Although there might not be an Eleven waffle this year, there should be some Chucky approved options. People can dream for that limited edition Chucky Beer from Elysian Brewing to be available.

The Universal Orlando Taste of Terror runs on select dates in August. The cost is $159.99. In addition, guests must have a separately purchased theme park admission ticket.

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