CityWalk Universal Studios Resort | WDW Packages

Located at the epicenter of Universal Orlando Resort, Universal CityWalk offers an unbeatable combination of restaurants, nightlife, entertainment and shopping. Whether you want to experience the incomparable Blue Man Group at the Universal Orlando Resort, enjoy a mix of hamburgers and sushi, or just dance and sing until late at night, you are in the right place.

Restaurants

The excitement should not stop immediately after leaving the door of the Universal Orlando Resort in Florida. Consider Universal CityWalk as an extension of the entertainment atmosphere you’ll find in the park.

This lively restaurant and nightclub neighborhood is a short walk from the entrance and the hotel. There, many park visitors can drink or grab a bite after dark. From hot dogs to linguine and shells, Universal CityWalk seems to have something to offer for every palette and price. Buy your Universal Orlando packages with DWD Packages for vacation home rentals and Orlando hotels.

Spend a day at Universal Orlando Resort and explore the islands of adventure and Universal Studios, immersed in an action-packed environment full of exciting attractions and cinematic attractions. Both parks, including Hogsmeade Village and Diagon Alley, offer delicious dining options. However, it’s also worth visiting the Universal CityWalk restaurant. Finally, Universal Orlando CityWalk is a modern restaurant and entertainment area that is perfect for a park break or for a day.

A variety of fresh flavors and eclectic dishes are displayed at Universal Orlando CityWalk, some equally found in Universal Studios vacation packages when you purchase your Universal Studios tickets. Everything is shown, from the restaurant menus, home cooking to spicy Latin American cuisine and Asian fusion. Many CityWalk restaurants here are aimed at adults and offer much more than a dining table.

Cowfish Sushi Burger Bar: Forget the pizza; Adventurous diners can take advantage of this rare opportunity to try Burgushi. Cowfish’s Signature Dish offers all the ingredients you would expect from a typical hamburger packed in a sushi roll. Here, guests can choose from a dozen milkshakes to wash their truffles or sashimi, although raw milk and fish products are not a traditional wedding. Traditionally, Cowfish is not really. As the name and fusion menu between East and West suggests, this restaurant has its roots in contradiction.

Authentic Mexican food from Antojitos: Taco and tequila connoisseurs will be the content of this Mexican restaurant, where waiters wear traditional embroidered clothes and mariachi bands roam the restaurant. The guacamole is cooked to your liking and has the flavor of chilirellenos in Mexico. Antojitos Authentic Mexican Food offers a wide selection of margaritas for adults and simple specialties of the southern border for children as well.

Vivo Italian Kitchen: if you want to relax in the park after a busy day, don’t go to a cheerful restaurant and choose something alone. Vivo Italian cuisine offers a relaxing atmosphere and also something sophisticated for palettes (such as fish octopus or lammragu).

Hard Rock Café: Hard Rock Café is a classic and Universal CityWalk has the largest in the world. With 1,000 seats, the waiting list is certainly short and there is always a lot of fun since the restaurant also serves as a pseudo-rock’n’roll museum. The menu offers classic American dishes like chicken wings, nachos, steaks, salads and 10 different hamburgers, but you won’t see food on your plate with all the musical memories (ex. the dress that Elvis wears on the walls of “Viva Las Vegas”).

Margaritaville by Jimmy Buffett: Another name that is well known as an outpost for Universal CityWalk is Margaritaville, Jimmy Buffett’s famous tequila and cheeseburger snack. The shrimp and fish tacos on the menu can even make you forget that you are in the middle of Florida and not on the beach. Children come by for the island’s atmosphere; Parents come to drink water from the boat.

Bubba Gump Shrimp Co.: There are many “Harry Potter” and “Jurassic Park” attractions inside the parks, but Universal CityWalk has a full restaurant dedicated to “Forrest Gump”. Parents can teach children in movie contests while waiting for their jambalaya, Po ‘Boys shrimp and other Cajun specialties. The plaster of Forrest’s shoes during the iconic scene on the bus bench makes memorable photos in front of the restaurant.

Red Oven Pizza Bakery: even the selected pallets will be happy with part of the old Red Oven Pizza Bakery. Italian kitchens are thrown and cooked by hand with authentic methods: in a 900 degree oven for 90 seconds or less. There is also a window to take home for families who travel a lot.

Sausages of the Hall of Fame: Save Frankfurt’s desire to park and the most exaggerated version of the Hot Dog Hall of Fame, an interesting part of CityWalk that is too big and bright, will spoil you. There are Viennese menus from all over the United States. Choose between Chicago, Boston, New York or Milwaukee styles and load in Gourmet Senfbar.

NBC Sports Grill & Brew: Thanks to NBC Sports Grill & Brew, there is something for music lovers, beach lovers and sports fans. You can bet that 100 HD screens will not miss a game and when there is nothing on the screen, kicker tables and other arcade games will keep the competitive spirit in place. This menu is for carnivores; think of hamburgers, chicken and meat, and the one-kilometer beer menu has 100 different beers.

Toothsome Chocolate Factory & Savory Feast Emporium: a 19th- century Steampunk-inspired chocolate factory that offers crispy crunchy pastries, steaks, fish and pasta, gourmet burgers, sandwiches, salads and more throughout the day. After dinner, there are many options for handmade milkshakes and chocolates that you can see in stores during the production and purchase process.

Bars & Clubs

The ideal nightlife in Universal Orlando Resort is situated in Universal CityWalk and the surrounding area, the nightlife area in the Universal’s Orlando Resort. Entrance tickets are paid for most CityWalk seats. However, if you want to spend the whole night in the bar, you must buy a pass, that lets you to access all participating places without paying admission tickets and special drink offers. In many places, live music plays an important role, with styles ranging from the country and the west to Mississippi.

There are equally some clubs that offer the current party songs to take you to the dance floor. Fortunately, families are not excluded from Universal’s nightlife. Many restaurants are open for adults and children, until curfew or, in most cases, all night. Needless to say, the ideal nightlife service in Universal Orlando Resort is very high and certainly impressive.

The Hard Rock Café CityWalk Orlando: the Hard Rock Café CityWalk Orlando is, like others, in this great city in central Florida. From the good portion of American-style food to sizes of the place, everything is very large. In short, this is the biggest Hard Rock Café bar in the whole world. The complex includes a bar / restaurant area and a live music room, with capacity for 3,000 visitors for ideal occasions. The Hard Rock bar Café is located on Universal Orlando Boulevard. It is not necessary to buy day tickets for the amusement park to enter the popular universal nightlife. However, some events may involve costs, especially if you order him to play famous rock stars.

Blue Man Group: This club is a combination of comedy, theater, rock concerts and dance parties! Experience extraordinary and sensory performances by this group of talented artists from around the world in the heart of the Universal Orlando Florida Resort. The Orlando Blue Man Show, with an optimistic multi-instrumentalist trio, has seen several episodes of public participation and is of interest to almost all age groups. The successful performance of the Blue Man Group, founded in 1991, has supported more than 35 million people worldwide. Appearing on the famous City Walk at the Universal Orlando Resort, which is full of bars and restaurants before and after the show, is a unique nighttime event that you must try on your own.

The Groove: The Groove it’s an attractive nightclub in the Universal Orlando Florida CityWalk area that houses famous artists such as M- squared and DJ PopRoXxX. Designed in the old cinematic style, this spacious space is intended for those who love to dance & other people who prefer to take a position and have fun with friends. The dancers immediately entertain the audience on the podium next to the laser and the impressive lightings. Drink’s quite expensive, but this is what most Universal CityWalk nightclubs can expect. His music pauses on commercial/paid dances, pop parties and happy R’n’B. Also the Groove has a dress code, though they’re quite forgiving compared to most clubs in Florida Orlando. Opening Park hours: every day from 9 p.m. at 2 a.m.

The Red Coconut Clubs: Live Latin band, the best 40 hits & a hectic crowd awaits you at the Red Coconuts Club. On 2 floors, you may sit looking at the night view or act directly on the dance floor. The decoration is from the 50s, but palms and fake stars are perfect for a relaxed atmosphere. There’s a nominal fee. However, if you want to spend the night at all CityWalk access points, you must purchase a Partying Pass that offers free admission and exclusive drink offers. Every Thursday nights. Parking Hours: Sunday to Thursday as from 8:00 p.m. to 2:00 a.m., Friday to Saturday as from 6:00 p.m. to 2:00 a.m.

Bob Marley – Tribute-freedoms: these themed restaurants and bars have reinvented the unquestionable domestic aspect that once had the king of reggae music/songs: Bob Marley. The Jamaican attraction is shown on the menu with grilled chicken, French fries & oxtail soup. Sunday night is women’s nights when there’s no cost for drinks that are fairer at night. Starting at 9 pm there’s a live reggae bands every night in the courtyards. The Bob Marley’s Foundation has partnered with Universal Orlando to create an authentic design that is very impressive when it comes to Bob’s voice (although a little angry at the gift shop that sells beach towels and shirts). Opening Park hours: Sunday to Thursday as from 4:00 p.m. to 10:00 p.m., Sunday to Saturday as from 9:00 p.m. to 2:00 a.m., Friday to Saturday as from 4:00 p.m. to 11:00 p.m.

Rising Star: This fusion of live music take karaoke to a brand new level all thanks to professional bands with encyclopedic knowledge of pop, country hits and rock in the last sixty years. Singing in a Big room may be a bit scary for some people, but fortunately Rising Star also has a support singer who helps you keep your tone. Like most Universal CityWalk nightclubs and clubs, a nominal fee of $ 7 will be charged, but getting on stage floor is free. Choose the songs you want to sing and wait your turn. Keep in mind that live bands play every week from Tuesday – Saturday. On Saturday night and Monday they offer backup singers having recorded songs. Parking Hours: every day from 8:00 p.m. to 2:00 a.m.

Margaritaville Restaurant: Jimmy Buffet Margaritaville’s a family place for nightlife where the atmosphere is full. In Margaritaville, a restaurant with a menu bar with hamburgers, shrimp with popcorn & spicy nachos is always allowed for all ages, without curfew. For moms and dads, a unique selection of live music and cocktails will make the night livelier. The best thing of this place is the musical performance and the show starts early, at a time suitable for families at 6pm. Opening Park hours: Sunday to Thursday as from 10:30 a.m. at midnight, Friday to Saturday as from 10:30 a.m. at 01:00 a.m.

The BB Kings Blues Clubs: For true blues fans, there is nothing better than the BB Kings Club: it’s one of the many branches in the United States. This is the night when atmospheric musicians entertain the public with the southern blues personally motivated by BB King. Situated south of the Universal Orlando Resort in Pointe Orlando, this hotel has full bars with Memphis-style grill. This little and very intimate live music venue welcomes American blues singers all day. Opening Park hours: Sunday to Thursday as from 16 to 24, Friday to Saturday as from 11 to 1 hour

CityWalk Schedule

Access to all areas is completely free. Therefore, it doesn’t matter if you visit Orlando Universal Resort or Universal Studios Orlando. Children will love the many interesting themed restaurants where you can dine, including the world’s largest NBA theme restaurant and Hard Rock Café. Don’t forget to visit the unusual miniature golf course, where you will have fun for hours. There is plenty of food for all tastes, including Mexican food, sushi, pizza, hot dogs and grilled foods, and this is the place to bring your memories of Orlando. Parking is available in the Universal garage and costs $ 5 after 6pm. Some restaurants and bars have age limits and insurance costs. The Universal CityWalk ™ schedule is 365 days a year from 11:00AM-2:00AM. Universal CityWalk ™ offers free parking after 6:00PM and is open until 2:00AM.

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