F&B will be inspired by Netflix series The Haunting of Hill House, 1974 American slasher film The Texas Chainsaw Massacre, and Universal Pictures’ 1935 movie The Bride of Frankenstein.
Universal Orlando’s Halloween dishes range from delicious Leatherface-style meat (lovely) to black-and-white treats that evoke the wedded wife of Frankenstein’s monster.
Bride of Frankenstein donuts
Based on the Red Room tea party, Haunting of Hill House F&B includes stuffed brisket grilled cheese, jalapeño bacon grilled cheese, and tempeh reuben and sauerkraut, as well as an iced tea beverage called ‘Poison Tea Party’.
Texas Chainsaw Massacre-style food is carved to perfection by Leatherface’s chainsaw and includes roasted lamb spit and severed ribs.
Inspired by the The Bride of Frankenstein‘s setting in Germany, guests will enjoy ‘Bride of Frankenstein’s Swirl’, as well as Flammkuchen and Reibekuchen.
Universal Orlando is also offering F&B items inspired by Jack the Clown and the Tooth Fairy, both HHN original icons. The Wicked Growth: Realm of the Pumpkin is also being turned into pumpkin-flavoured snacks.
Leatherface-style meat dishes
Universal Orlando’s Halloween Horror Nights launches on September 3 and runs on select nights through October 31. The event features 10 themed haunted houses, five scare zones and live entertainment based on horror legends.
Halloween Horror Nights also returns to Universal Studios Hollywood in California this autumn, running on select nights from September 9 through October 31.
Creepy cakes will also be available at Voodoo Doughnut at Universal CityWalk, including a Bride of Frankenstein-inspired marble cake and the Dracula’s Kiss yeast doughnut.
In addition, the Halloween Horror Nights Tribute Store will be selling Graveyard Cupcakes, Pumpkin Cocoa Bombs, and Fanta beverages such as Grape Goblin, Orange Jack-O-Lantern and Strawberry Scary Skulls.
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