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Daily Feb. 6–Mar. 28 Included with Your Theme Park Ticket or Annual Pass Experience an international food fest with cuisine and entertainment inspired by international Carnaval celebrations. Sample the flavors of Puerto Rico, Trinidad and Tobago, Germany, Spain and other regions including, of course, New Orleans. Plus enjoy spectacular floats on display, street entertainment, music, beads and more.

Take Your Taste on a Culinary Journey

All around Universal Studios Florida, you’ll find an assortment of regional Carnaval dishes and drinks available for purchase.

Puerto Rico

  • Pernil & Mofongo

  • Picadillo Empanadas

  • Quesitos

  • Piña Verde

New Orleans

  • Crawfish Boil

  • Beignet

  • Twisted Tater

  • Jambalaya

Trinidad and Tobago

  • Pholourie (V)

  • Pineapple Trini-Chow

  • Queen’s Park Swizzle*

  • Carib Lager*


  • Pork Schnitzel Sliders

  • Bavarian Pretzel

  • Vegan Bratwurst and Beer Braised Onions

  • Weihenstephaner Kristalweissbier*

Featured Flavors in Other Regions

  • Spain: Paella Mixta

  • Belgium: Belgium Liege Waffles

  • The Bahamas: Jerk Chicken

  • Brazil: Moqueca de Camarao

  • Cuba: Cuban Sandwiches

  • Canada: Beef Short Rib Poutine

  • Italy: Cannoli

  • Colombia: Carnitas Arepas

  • France: Poached Pear Crème Brulee Crepe

*Must be 21+ with valid photo ID to purchase and consume alcoholic beverages. (V) Vegan Dish

Be sure to contact your Integrity Destinations travel agent, or request your free quote by clicking here.

Universal Orlando continues to implement its enhanced health and safety procedures and guidelines focused on “screening, spacing and sanitization,” and those practices will be applied to all experiences taking place during Mardi Gras 2021: International Flavors of Carnaval. Key measures include screening guests and team members, enforcing social distancing, requiring face coverings, limiting capacity and increasing the already-aggressive cleaning and disinfection procedures. Guests may remove their face coverings while actively eating or drinking, but must be stationary and maintain appropriate social distancing.

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