Our Frightening Review of the 57 Scare Eats n’ Treats Booth at Halloween Horror Nights!
The most frightening time of the year has returned! That’s right — Halloween Horror Nights is back to haunt Universal Studios Florida.
To properly prepare you for your own horrifying trip to Universal, we’re bringing you everything you need to know about this year’s event. And while experiencing the scares may be the first thing that comes to mind at Halloween Horror Nights, there’s something else that we’d be frightened to miss out on — the food!
57 Scare Eats n’ Treats Booth
After screaming (and screaming) from house to house, you’ll work up quite the appetite. But you’re in luck, as there are plenty of places to grab a bite — including the 57 Scare Eats n’ Treats booth!
There are a few food and drink options, including alcoholic beverages for those over 21 years of age.
Pepperoni Pizza Skull
For a quick bite, we grabbed the Pepperoni Pizza Skull, which is a pepperoni and cheese stuffed skull-shaped pizza.
The PIZZA SKULL!🍕🍕🍕
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It comes in at $8.99 and definitely hits the spot (as pizza usually does). It basically tasted like a giant pizza roll, and it got extra points from us for being festive.
It’s definitely a great choice if you’re looking for something fun to eat!
Mummy Cheesecake Pop
If you want a treat from this booth, you’ll have to grab the Mummy Cheesecake Pop for $6.49. The dessert is an Oreo cheesecake pop with drizzle and candy eyes that create that spooky mummy look. The shell is white chocolate and provides a nice texture to bite into.
The cheesecake was delicious, and it was stuffed with plenty of Oreos — which we appreciated.
We recommend grabbing this treat if you want something yummy…and cute!
To wash down our food, we grabbed the Ghoul Juice. For $12.50, we got a refillable cup mixed with Myer’s Dark rum, cherry brandy, simple syrup, mango nectar, lime juice, Dal Degroff’s Pimento bitters, and Peychaud’s bitters. Click here for our review!
This booth is a really great option if you’re looking for tasty food with spooky delivery. When we visited the booth early into the night, a line was already starting to form, so you may want to hit this before you go through the houses!
We’ll keep bringing you all things Halloween Horror Nights, so stay tuned for the latest!
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