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Universal Studios Florida - San Francisco/Amity:
Eating in SF/Amity – Snacks


The San Francisco/Amity area enjoys the distinction of having the most eateries of any of USF’s six sections, thanks largely to the leisurely way it snakes along the lagoon. Here, roughly in the order you encounter them as you proceed from World Expo around the lagoon to New York, are your choices:

Boardwalk Snacks

What: Funnel cakes and ice cream at picnic tables
Where: Along the Amity boardwalk
Price Range: $

This stand sells funnel cakes ($5 and up) with a variety of toppings that include apple, strawberries, and chocolate. A funnel cake sundae is $6. Everything is topped off with whipped cream. Soft serve ice cream is also available ($4) as are beer and soft drinks.

All seating is outdoors at weathered picnic tables. Venture around behind the snack stand and sit by the lagoon for one of the nicest views in the park and the chance of a breeze on a hot day.

Midway Grill

What: Outdoor snacking at picnic tables
Where: Along the Amity boardwalk, amid the pitch and skill games
Price Range: $

The sign says “Hot dogs * Sodas* Fries” and the menu, courtesy of Coney Island’s famous Nathan’s, is scarcely more elaborate than that, although everything is served as a “platter” with fries. The dogs come in several varieties — Reuben, Chicago, Chili, and Slaw, all a bit over $7. Walk up to the window and carry your snack to a nearby picnic table.

 


Amity Fried Chicken

What: Outdoor snacking at picnic tables
Where: Along the Amity boardwalk, amid the pitch and skill games
Price Range: $

Another walk-up stand, this one serving chicken baskets and fish and chips (both $8), along with soft drinks and beer.

San Francisco Pastry Company

What: Small pastry and coffee shop
Where: Across from Disaster!
Price Range: $

Right at the entrance to Lombard’s stands this tempting alternative. It features most of the pastries and sandwiches you found at the Beverly Hills Boulangerie in Hollywood as well as coffee, cappuccino, and soft drinks. There are no tables inside and a small outside seating area, so many customers will have to take their snacks to one of the scenic spots along the nearby waterfront.

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