PHOTOS: More Mardi Gras 2023 Booths Added to Universal Studios Florida & CityWalk

Mardi Gras International Flavors of Carnaval won’t just be confined to Universal Studios Florida this year. We saw food booths installed at Universal’s Islands of Adventure a few days ago, and now two booths are in Universal CityWalk Orlando. If you’re a foodie, the discount food and beverage card is the best way to experience everything Mardi Gras has to offer. Menus haven’t officially been announced yet, but we’ve seen a few labels hinting at the booth themes.

The CityWalk booths are on either side of the Fat Tuesday bar. This tent has a white façade with blue shutters.

There is a separate counter to the side.

The other booth stands out as a bright green.

It has yellow and purple shutters.

Many of this year’s booths are inspired by the iconic buildings of New Orleans.

Inside Universal Studios Florida, some theming was added to one of the booths in the San Francisco area.

It now has a faux thatched roof across the front.

“Back to the Future” fans will have to get their angles right for a good picture of Doc’s time-traveling train as a food truck is now parked in front of it (the DeLorean is not blocked at all).

The blue truck is decorated with attractions and icons from Universal Orlando Resort.

A TV was showing through this window, although it wasn’t easy to see in the sun.

Three posters are painted on the food truck, each showing food available in the three individual theme parks.

Finally, this area near Animal Actors On Location! is becoming a booth, too.

We saw a label that marked this booth as Colombia.

There was previously seating in this area.

It has colorful walls and tent roofs.

What are you looking forward to most at the 2023 Mardi Gras International Flavors of Carnaval at Universal Orlando Resort? Let us know in the comments, and read more about the festival at the links below.

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