Good news, travelers: Orlando has another food festival, and this one comes packed with live entertainment and fresh new flavors you’re going to want to try during your spring Florida vacation. SeaWorld Orlando’s Seven Seas Food Festival gathers recipes from around the world to tempt your palate, from savory Asian specialties to sweet local Florida favorites.
Available Saturdays, February 11 through May 13, from 11 AM to park close, the Seven Seas Food Festival will include eleven “global markets” with more than 60 unique Asian, Latin, European, Polynesian and North Atlantic flavors to sample. Highlights include:
- Asian Market: Peking Duck Lo Mein with Fresh Oriental Vegetables
- Korean Market: Bingsu Salted Vanilla Ice Cream with Caramel Popcorn
- Florida Market: Fried Kataifi Orange Drizzled with Local Honey
- Caribbean Market: Cinnamon Slow Roasted Pork Belly with Sweet Plantain Mash
- Gulf Coast Market: Southern Creamy Cheese Grits with a Blackened Shrimp
- Polynesian Island Market: “Loco Moco” Grilled Spam, White Rice, Scrambled Egg, Brown Gravy
You can also find BBQ and comfort food such as Slow Smoked Ribs, Pulled Pork Mac & Cheese and a Grilled Kielbasa Sausage Sandwich. Take a peek at the menu at SeaWorld’s website.
SeaWorld’s Seven Seas Food Festival will also have wine, specialty cocktails, and more than 55 local and international craft brews to wash down all your delicious discoveries.
The fun doesn’t stop with food, either! SeaWorld welcomes a new musical act each Saturday of the Seven Seas Food Festival, with big names from classic rock performing at SeaWorld’s Orlando’s Bayside Stadium. The current line-up:
- Lynyrd Skynyrd (Feb. 11)
- Lee Brice (Feb. 18)
- Bill Engvall (Feb. 25)
- Styx (March 4)
- Justin Moore (March 11)
- ZZ Top (March 18)
- Phillip Phillips (March 25)
- Coming Soon (April 1)
- Village People (April 8)
- Commodores (April 15)
- Oscar D’Leon (April 22)
- Olga Tanon (April 29)
- Grupo Mania (May 6)
- Coming Soon (May 13)
The festivities at SeaWorld’s Seven Seas Food Festival are included with your regular park admission — food and beverage offerings priced separately. And of course you’re going to want to experience everything else SeaWorld Orlando has to offer, with everything from some of Florida’s most thrilling roller coasters to heartwarming close encounters with dolphins, penguins, and other animals.
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