Busch Gardens Tampa is kicking off their first ever Food & Wine Festival on March 7. This new festival will feature an assortment of dining options from comfort classics to decedent dessert dishes.
Here are some of the flavors you can expect to sample:
Explore the exotic flavors of Gourmet Lodge, featuring duck confit, venison chili and other exciting dishes.
Tempt taste buds with the rich flavors of Savory Tavern, including coconut shrimp cigars, braised lamb shank and passion fruit flan.
Pan-seared salmon cakes, a griddled cheese cake sandwich and more await your palette at Chef’s Plantation.
Coast to Coast Cookery:
Flavors of the land and sea come together at Coast to Coast Cookery, featuring hangar steak, bacon-wrapped prawns and more.
Field House Eatery:
The Field House Eatery is the Festival’s biggest location, offering pan-seared scallops, roasted pork belly and mango éclairs right on Gwazi Field.
Southern Station tantalizes taste buds with shrimp & grits, pan-fried cod and beef short rib.
The Comfort Kitchen fuses classics like bacon mac & cheese with contemporary eats like habanero shrimp salad.
Light Fare Canteen:
Freshen up your palette at the Light Fare Canteen with scallop ceviche and an heirloom tomato & goat cheese salad.
Blazin’ Bistro breaks out the grill for fire-braised pork chops and jerk chicken sliders.
The Busch Gardens Food & Wine Festival runs from noon to 9 p.m. on Saturdays and Sundays, March 7 through April 26. Also, be sure to stay for the live concerts at 6 p.m. on Gwazi Field. The concert will feature names like Gavin DeGraw, Kenny Rogers and more.
The Festival is included with any pass, Fun Card or daily admission.