Don’t feel like cooking for the family this Easter? Not to worry…the Orlando area has many restaurants happy to do the cooking – and dishes – for you!
I’ve culled a list for you of places to enjoy a great meal whether it’s brunch or dinner, and I’ve also gathered some places to enjoy some family Easter fun.
So if you’re celebrating Easter this year, please be safe, and have a wonderful time!
Here is our list of dining and events worth checking out on April 9:
Universal Orlando Resort invites foodie guests to go beyond the park and enjoy
Mardi Gras dishes and drinks at its hotels and resorts through the end of the event April 16, 2023.
There are plenty of delicious options inside Universal Studios Florida to enjoy during Mardi Gras 2023, but a ticket to a park are not needed to enjoy these Mardi Gras dishes and drinks.
Universal Orlando Resort invites guests to go beyond the bayou and let the good times roll from February 4 through April 16, 2023 with the return of its annual Mardi Gras celebration.
The event features a dazzling Mardi Gras parade, mouthwatering cuisine inspired by global Carnaval celebrations and, on select nights, live concerts by top names in music, and it’s all included with regular theme park admission to Universal Studios Florida.
The winter holiday season is usually full of holiday events in Central Florida celebrating Christmas and more, and the 2022 holiday season has so many options.
To save you the trouble of finding them all, I’ve picked out the best holiday events and attractions, and listed them with details on how to enjoy them.
From ongoing events to limited time events, here are my picks for holiday events to enjoy this season:
Thanksgiving is almost upon us, here are our picks for enjoying your Thanksgiving dinner out on the town.
All prices do not include tax or gratuity unless specified. Due to limited seating, reservations are also recommended for in-person dining.
Universal Orlando Resort has announced the closing of at least five attractions to make way for what it termed “new family entertainment.”
After being closed since Tuesday due to Hurricane Ian, Universal Orlando has made the decision to start the reopening process with Volcano Bay, and tonight’s Halloween Horror Nights event.
As Hurricane Ian gets nearer to Central Florida, a lot of attractions are closing, and events are being cancelled.
Here is the current list of closings, postponements, cancellations and more. I’ve just listed the days of the week below, but for clarification I’m referring to: Tuesday, September 27; Wednesday, September 28; Thursday, September 29; and Friday, September 30, 2022.
This list will be updated as needed on a daily basis, so please bookmark it.