Universal's Islands of Adventure Dining Guide

May 27, 2014

Last week we guided you through the dining options available at Universal Studios.  This week we’re taking a look at where to eat at Islands of Adventure. 

From casual cafes to full service restaurants, the places you and your family can dine at Universal Orlando Resort appeal to a wide variety of visitors.  Read through our quick Islands of Adventure dining guide to get a head start on your day at the park. 

Islands of Adventure Full Service Restaurants
Mythos Restaurant

Mythos Restaurant: The award-winning Mythos Restaurant serves contemporary cuisine in a beautiful setting on The Lost Continent.  Outdoor seating provides fantastic views of the park, while guests who choose to dine inside are surrounded by a cavernous interior with carvings of mythical gods.  Food selections include blueberry and pistachio crusted grilled pork, cedar planked Bay of Fundy salmon, gourmet hamburgers and imported pasta.  A children’s menu is available too. 

Confisco’s Grille: More casual than Mythos, Confisco’s Grille is located in the Port of Entry area of Islands of Adventure.  Confisco's chefs have incorporated tastes from around the world. You'll find Italian, Mexican, Asian, Greek, and American inspired dishes including grilled sandwiches, burgers, salads, fajitas, ribs, pizza and pasta, plus full bar service.   A children’s menu is available with selections like ravioli, pizza and chicken tenders. 
Islands of Adventure Casual Dining Restaurants

Circus McGurkus Café Stoo-Pendous:  Enter the big top of the Circus McGurkus where strange creatures perform and acrobats twirl high overhead. Kids especially will love the menu which features Fried Chicken, Spaghetti, Pizza, Cheeseburgers and Chicken Caesar Salad.

Comic Strip Cafe at Christmas
Café 4
:  Italian items like pizza, spaghetti and meatballs, fettuccini, meatball subs and chicken Caesar salads are served at Café 4.  Located on the ground floor of the Baxter Building – headquarters and laboratory of the Fantastic Four – Café 4 is a marvelous choice for families.
Captain America Diner:  All-American menu items like cheeseburgers, chicken sandwiches and fries satisfy the hungriest superhero at this patriotic diner.

Comic Strip Café:  Feeling goofy from your stomach growling?  The Comic Strip Café is a cafeteria-style food court where you have your choice of Fried Chicken, Fish & Chips, Hot Dogs, Burgers, and even Asian & Italian Dishes.  The comics lining the walls of the café will keep you laughing through lunch. 

Green Eggs and Ham Café:  Always wanted to give green eggs and ham a try?  You can at this café.  Other menu items include ham sandwiches and cheeseburgers.
Thunder Falls Terrace: Carnivore’s will rejoice at the menu items featured at Thunder Falls Terrace.  Located in the Jurassic Park section of Islands of Adventure, delicious BBQ ribs, rotisserie chicken and smoked turkey legs are some of the signature items served here.
Islands of Adventure Quick Service Restaurants
The Burger Digs:  Tasty burgers, veggie burgers and chicken sandwiches are staples of The Burger Digs.
Croissant Moon Bakery:  A variety of deli sandwiches, grilled Panini’s, and freshly baked pastries will tempt your palate at this Islands of Adventure bakery.
Blondie’s: Craving a famous Dagwood sandwich?  Head to Blondie’s, where you bite into made-to-order deli subs and sandwiches, including the stacked Dagwood.
Pizza Predattoria: Grab a quick slice of pizza or meatball sub to stave off your hunger at Pizza Predattoria. 
Fire Eater’s Grill: Craving a gyro?  Fire Eater’s Grill serves up gyros, chicken tenders, hot dogs and salads sure to please. 
Three Broomsticks:  Favorites of Harry Potter and his British mates are staples of this menu.  Fish and chips, shepherd’s pie, smoked chicken and Cornish pasties are served in this immersive café. 
If you’re craving something sweet The Frozen Desert, Cinnabon, Arctic Express, Honeydukes, Hop on Pop Ice Cream Shop and Cathy’s Ice Cream are convenient choices.  You can always purchase a variety of beverages at places like The Watering Hole, Moose Juice Goose Juice and Hog’s Head.

Next week we'll explore the dining options at Universal Orlando Resort's CityWalk.

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