Check out the menu at Universal Orlando’s Halloween Horror Nights

Halloween Horror Nights - Courtesy Universal Orlando Resort
Halloween Horror Nights - Courtesy Universal Orlando Resort /

If you are planning to attend Halloween Horror Nights at Universal Orlando Resort this year, they have a killer menu lined up. The new macabre menu items will be available from September 2 through October 31, not only at Halloween Horror Nights, but also at select CityWalk locations.

Universal Orlando’s award-winning culinary team created the scary-good menu items, adding more new treats than in the history of Halloween Horror Nights. Going through all of those intense haunted houses can whip up an appetite, and here are some of the tasty items you can devour:

Maggot Covered Cheese Dog – This gross looking, yet delicious tasting option is a Korean-style hot dog made with fresh mozzarella, coated in puffed rice and topped with a gochujang drizzle and black sesame seeds.

Lil’ Boo’s Spicy Pumpkin Bun – This steamed bun stuffed with spicy butternut squash was inspired by the cute pumpkin character, who is featured in the Horrors of Halloween Scare Zone. Bonus: this is another vegetarian food item.

Halloween Horror Nights
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Garlic Philly Cheese “Stake” – This spooky sammie is served up on a black hoagie slider roll, and includes everything you want on a cheese steak. We’re talking shaved beef, peppers, caramelized onions, mushrooms, roasted garlic aioli and muenster cheese sauce.

Fried Zombie Brains – This vegan option consists of fried cauliflower florets coated in a spicy gochujang sauce, with toasted sesame seeds and scallions.

Petrified Rat Tails – Funnel fries, anyone? These are served with creamy crab dip and seasoned with herbs, spices and scallions.

Pizza Skull – This fun, festive savory treat features cheese and pepperoni stuffed skulls with a side of marinara. Dip to your twisted little heart’s desire!

Tombstone Red Velvet Cake Pop – When you’re ready for something sweet, this red velvet cake pop should do the trick. Coated in buttercream and served on a bed of chocolate cookie crumbs, it also includes a white chocolate bone. This is another vegetarian offering.

Major Sweets Ice Cream Sandwich – Inspired by the Sweet Revenge Scare Zone, this isn’t just any old ice cream sandwich. Made with candy corn sugar cookies and filled with sweet corn ice cream, this is a great vegetarian option.

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Halloween Horror Nights – Courtesy Universal Orlando Resort /

Feeling more like celebrating Dia de los Muertos? Halloween Horror Nights has special themed treats inspired by Latin foods. Choose from Tamales Dia de los Mertos (gluten-free), which are red mole sauced pork tamales topped with cotija cheese or Roasted Sweet Potato and Mushroom Street Tacos (topped with onions, vegan crumbled cheese, cilantro and birria consommé.

Looking for your old favorites? Those are back too, so you can look forward to snacking on Pizza Fries, S’mores Fries and Traditional Twisted Taters (along with Blood n’ Guts Taters and Fiery Twisted Taters).

Halloween Horror Nights has more spirited offerings as well.

In the mood for a cocktail? Halloween Horror Nights has you covered! The Save Your Tears Cocktail, inspired by The Weeknd’s After Hours Nightmare haunted house, is a delicious mixture of bourbon, peach brandy, agave nectar, single-pressed lemon juice and bitters, topped with peach-flavored bursting boba and served in a fun souvenir cup.

You can also sip on a Burning Skull, which blends tequila, lime juice, mango nectar, simple syrup, pineapple juice, smoked chili bitters, basil concentrate and jalapeno. This shaken cocktail is served in a lighted molded skull cup.

Whatever flavors you are craving, Universal Orlando’s Halloween Horror Nights has just what you need to satisfy your appetite.

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