Universal is unlikely to win kudos from die-hard gourmets. Still, it seems to do a pretty good job of holding prices down while serving food most people will enjoy. And if you want a step up from the standard carnival fare, Finnegan’s and Lombard’s Seafood Grille, the two full-service restaurants in the park, have at least a dish or two that’s better than average. Try the Catch of the Day at Lombard’s or one of the Irish specialties at Finnegan’s, for example, and you will feel well fed indeed.
For most families, however, the fare will be of the standard fast-food variety — most of it pretty good and not too outrageously priced. The prices of modest choices in the full-service restaurants are roughly equivalent to the prices at the fast food joints. So for about the same amount or just a few dollars more, you can enjoy the luxury of table service, constant refills of your iced tea, and best of all, air conditioning. It’s an option worth considering.
In addition to the standard eateries, which are described in detail later, there are innumerable street-side kiosks, offering a wide variety of drinks and snacks, that appear and disappear as the crowds and weather dictate.
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