At the Orlando Informer Mini Meetup, in addition to the classic items you'll find at select restaurants, you'll be able to enjoy unique, included items such as Miso Ramen Bowls, Corn Cobettes with Smoked Bacon Butter, Rotisserie Chicken, Truffled Mushroom Macaroni and Cheese Casserole, Volcano Lava Cakes, Nashville Hot Sliders, Churro Bites, and more.
The menu for the OI Mini Meetup will be finalized a bit closer to the dates. Please check back for updates! If you have any questions, please feel to email us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
For an idea of some items you can expect, please feel free to view the Winter OI Meetup menu by clicking here.
Important information for guests with any dietary needs and allergy concerns: please speak with a manager or chef upon arriving at any restaurant. A Universal Orlando team member will be happy to come out to discuss your specific situation to ensure you receive the most up-to-date and location-specific offerings.
If you have any specific allergy questions, please feel free to reach out to us at email@example.com.
Universal Orlando Resort uses highly refined soy oil in its fryers, and items that contain nuts are typically marked as such in the name or description. They do not consider “shared” statements on packaging when giving allergy recommendations since there is no standardization or regulatory definition of such statements. Butterbeer™ is suitable for those with gluten, soy, egg, wheat, and nut allergies, but it does contain trace amounts of dairy, so it’s unsuitable for vegans or anyone with a dairy allergy. The list below is a starting point for restaurants that can accommodate your needs. New U.S. Food and Drug Administration rulings allow manufacturers to adjust the manufacturing without changing the ingredient list. Due to this, we cannot guarantee this dietary information won't change prior to our Orlando Informer Meetup without notice.
All bakery items made in a facility where cross contamination is possible.
Please be aware, Universal Orlando Resort does not have allergen free kitchens. While they can prepare items for a gluten sensitivity (for example), they are unable to guarantee it was prepared in a gluten free environment.