Celebrate the holiday season with new treats and activities from Universal Orlando – WFTV

ORLANDO, Fla. — Universal Orlando’s holiday celebration kicks off this weekend with a variety of pop culture festivities.


Starting Saturday, visitors to the park will see holiday characters from Grinchmas, the Wizarding World of Harry Potter and Universal’s Holiday Parade featuring Macy’s.

Customers can sample new fan-favorite dishes.

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These holiday treats include the following:

Earl’s Salted Caramel Hot Chocolate Acorn Bomb: This drink at TODAY Café and Battery Park is a chocolate acorn shell filled with salted caramel, mini marshmallows and Italian hot chocolate.

Grinch-themed treats: You can find the Grinch Hot Chocolate Bomb, Grinch Ice Cream Sandwich, and Grinch Cookies at Seuss Landing

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Roast Beast Sandwich: You can enjoy a mini meatloaf sandwich with roast beef dipped in onion soup and cheddar cheese sauce on a pretzel bun at Circus McGurkus Cafe Stoo-pendous.

Santa Cookies & Milk Shake: This milkshake is made with cookie butter cookies, mini chocolate chip cookies with vanilla cream and ends with a chocolate Christmas tree and sprinkles. It is available at Toothsome Chocolate Emporium and Savory Feast Kitchen.

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Specialty drinks include Nutty Nog, Deluxe Nog and Fire Nog.

There’s also a new Holiday Tribute Store, where customers can purchase holiday gifts and merchandise inspired by their favorite stories. The four new themed rooms will show Who-ville, The Wizarding World of Harry Potter, Earl the Squirrel and vintage New York holiday decor.

The celebration will take place every day until January 1, 2023.

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