Discover globally inspired food at the SeaWorld Seven Seas Food Festival! Beginning weekends Feb. 17-April 15, guests can sip and sample delicious foods while enjoying world-class entertainment at SeaWorld Orlando. Guest writer, BobbiJo taste-tested a variety of foods appearing at this year’s event, including grilled lamb chop, sea scallops Provencal, Bingsu vanilla ice cream, and dark chocolate Guinness mousse parfait – to name a few. She had an absolute blast and thoroughly enjoyed the food festival experience.
The guest writer was invited as media to cover this event. All opinions are her own. Images courtesy of SeaWorld Orlando.
More about the SeaWorld Seven Seas Food Festival
The food festival offers over 180 distinct items from 70+ craft brews to 60+ unique eats, and 50+ wines and spirits. Non-alcoholic specialty drinks and bottled water are available as well. Discover exciting Asian, Latin, European, Polynesian, and Mediterranean flavors each weekend through April 15th.
Limited time menus for BBQ samplings are through March 25th, while Latin-inspired cuisine can be enjoyed March 31st-April 15th.
In addition to the amazing foodie finds throughout the SeaWorld Seven Seas Food Festival, guests can also experience live music and entertainment!
The first wave of performances are the following:
- Bachman & Turner – February 17
- Larry the Cable Guy – February 18
- Jacksons – Feb 24
- Huey Lewis & the News – March 3
- Chris Young – March 4
- Daughtry – March 10
- Additional entertainment dates will be forthcoming.
Concerts are held at Bayside Stadium each weekend and are included with park admission. For the best seat in the house, guests can purchase reserved seating for select performances. Reserved seating opportunities are available online now.
Find out more information about the food festival at seaworldorlando.com, and don’t forget to pick up your 2018 event guide to see a full list of menu items you can experience at each flavor station!
This food festival sounds like a lot of fun and the food looks delicious. I haven’t been to Sea World in Florida since 1994. I would one day like to return to bring my granddaughter.