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Taste of Universal

Earlier this month I went to Universal Studios with my sister and my daughter for the first time since December 2019. We went for the Taste of Universal and I was so excited to be back and trying new foods, even if we couldn’t go on any rides. We went on a Friday because we both had the day off. this was my first time taking my daughter to a theme park since the pandemic started.

I live about 20-30 minutes away from Universal Studios. I normally go about once a year, usually around Christmas time because who doesn’t like seeing theme parks decorated all Christmas like! The ticket for this event was $45 and that included both the admission and 5 choices of food.

The number one thing that I HAD to get was the butterbeer from the Wizarding World of Harry Potter. There are three ways to order it- frozen, hot, or regular. My favorite way to get it is frozen. I also went to the new Minions Cafe which I highly recommend. I think everything I picked was pretty good and I wouldn’t mind getting them again.

Some pictures of my daughter and me at Universal Studios.

Here are the five things I got with my tasting card and a couple things I bought.

Frozen butterbeer, 100% recommend
Chicken nuggets for my picky daughter
Chicken nachos for my sister, she enjoyed it.
Chicken Macaroni and cheese with bacon and ranch. This was so good! I would definitely eat this again if they had it.
This was pretty good, even my picky daughter liked it. I wouldn’t eat the eye though.
My sister’s Korean corn dog. She said it was good, but wouldn’t get it again.
Wasn’t sure how I would feel about this clam chowder, but it was very good! I ate the whole thing.
My sister’s burger from Krusty Burger. Typical burger, I wouldn’t get it.

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