FIRST LOOK at Universal Studios Hollywood Halloween Horror Nights Food
Halloween Horror Nights is kicking off a week after Orlando’s version and with it will come some food & beverage options themed to the haunted houses that are at the event this year. Let’s take a closer look at some of them.
The Upside Down Burger – Available at the Starcourt Mall (Lower Lot)
The Upside Down Burger is a juicy beef patty, creamy cheddar cheese sauce, and a good dusting of Flamin’ Hot Cheetos with lettuce and tomato on a brioche bun. Served upside down, of course.
Slimer’s Dirty Water Dog – Available at the Halloween Horror Bites (Metro Set)
This ¼ lb hot dog is dripping with green slime (relax, it’s just a cheese sauce) and topped with delicious roasted red peppers.
Killer Klowns Cocoon Doughnut– Available at the Killer Snacks Cart (Metro Set)
The base is a yeast raised doughnut filled with delectable raspberry jam, topped with vanilla frosting and encased in a swathe of sweet pink cotton candy. And a silly straw to top it all off.
Mind Flayer’s Milkshake – Available at Scoops Ahoy! (Lower Lot at Studio Scoop)
This black chocolate shake is very cold, just how he likes it. It’s drizzled with strawberry sauce, topped with chocolate whipped cream, crushed up Oreo cookies, and finished with a black waffle cone and black licorice “tendrils” shooting out in every direction.
Zuul’s Countertop Egg Sandwich – Available at Metro Food Hall (Metro Set)
A warm fried egg, juicy turkey sausage, and cheddar cheese are sandwiched in a brioche bun with a chipotle aioli and caramelized onions. Every Gatekeeper needs a Keymaster, so of course it comes with a side of fries.
Eleven’s Waffle Sundae
Vanilla ice cream coated in sticky strawberry syrup and topped with jelly beans, chocolate chips, and Reese’s Pieces.
These are just a FEW of the food items available at “Halloween Horror Nights” 2019 at Universal Studios Hollywood, which kicks off
“Halloween Horror Nights” brings together the sickest minds in horror to immerse guests in a living, breathing, three-dimensional world of terror and features a slate of unrivaled film and television production quality mazes, frightful scare zones and live performances, inspired by today’s most definitive horror properties.
This year’s 10 mazes include “Us,” based on Jordan Peele’s critically-acclaimed blockbuster film; the iconic pop culture classic “Ghostbusters;” the Netflix original series “Stranger Things;” the 1980s film thriller, “Killer Klowns from Outer Space;” “Creepshow,” inspired by the 1980s cult classic film and the new anthology series airing on Shudder; Rob Zombie’s “House of 1000 Corpses;” “Frankenstein Meets The Wolf Man,” inspired by Universal’s original cinematic monsters and the movie studio that invented the horror films; the all-original “Holidayz in Hell” maze and “The Walking Dead.”
Tickets for “Halloween Horror Nights” are on sale now.