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Universal Studios Mardi Gras Celebration

It's a Feast in the Streets from February 6 through March 28

It's Mardi Gras served up a whole new way. Mardi Gras 2021: International Flavors of Carnaval is a global food fest with cuisine and entertainment inspired by Carnaval celebrations from around the world. Every day from February 6 through March 28, you can take a culinary journey around Universal Studios Florida.

This is an all-new celebration of flavor and color from around the globe. Along with a Cajun Crawfish Boil and other New Orleans favorites you can purchase traditional Carnaval dishes such as Pernil and Mofongo from Puerto Rico, Pholourie from Trinidad and Tobago and Pork Schnitzel Sliders from Germany. There’s Paella Mixto from Spain, Belgium Style Liege Waffles from Belgium and Jerk Chicken from the Bahamas. You can sample Moqueca de Camarao from Brazil, Beef Short Rib Poutine from Canada, Cannoli from Italy, Arepas from Colombia, Cuban Sandwiches from Cuba, and from France, Red Wine Poached Pear with Pastry Creme Brulee. And that’s just a sampling of what Universal Orlando Resort’s chefs have in store for you.

A fleet of spectacular Pirate Treasure themed floats will be on display throughout the park along with a collection of Universal’s classic Mardi Gras floats. Plus you’ll enjoy street entertainment, beads and more. So spice it up with the food and fun of Mardi Gras 2021: International Flavors of Carnaval, only at Universal Orlando Resort.

Visit Universal Orlando for more information.

Universal Orlando Resort continues to implement enhanced health and safety procedures and those practices will be applied to all experiences taking place during Universal Orlando’s Mardi Gras celebration. Guests may remove their face covering while actively eating or drinking, but must be stationary and maintain appropriate social distancing. Otherwise, Guests must wear face coverings at all times. Inside restaurants and in outdoor dining areas we have arranged tables and seating so that guests can safely remove their face coverings while enjoying their dining experience.