ORLANDO, Fla. – It’s the nail within the coffin for Universal Orlando’s Monsters Café.
The theme park stated Friday the quick-service eating location has now closed after greater than two decades.
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“Monster’s Café has closed to make way for a new dining experience. More details will be shared at a later time – stay tuned to our website for updates.” a spokesperson with Universal Orlando stated in a remark.
The eating place got here alive again in 1998 and served up devilish dishes together with BBQ, ribs and rotisserie rooster platters.
Something that made the spot so distinctive is that horror enthusiasts may just dine amongst memorabilia and scenes that pay tribute to Universal’s vintage monsters together with Dr. Frankenstein, The Wolf Man, Dracula and the Creature From the Black Lagoon.
Universal has now not stated what is going to substitute the short carrier eating place sooner or later.
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