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Fast Food Boulevard at Universal Studios Florida

Fast Food Boulevard is located in the Springfield section of Universal Studios Florida at Universal Orlando Resort and is a must-do for any Simpsons fan!  This home to several quick-service dining locations has something for everyone. It is a great stop that will make everyone's belly happy even if you aren't a die-hard fan. The food choices range from the famous Krusty Buger to pizza, from fried fish to salad, and even specialty non-alcoholic beverages and plenty in between.

If the variety of food options wasn't enough to entice you, the theming is on point and you feel like you've walked into an episode of the Simpsons.  I especially love to sit in Moe's Tavern because it just gives me those Homer Simpson vibes and is a little smaller and out of the hustle and bustle of the main area.
One of my favorite details is the mural of all the Simpsons characters on the wall, it's just amazing! And a great backdrop for a beverage or two.
 

At Luigi's you will find a variety of personal pizzas. 
The Frying Dutchman is home to deep-fried seafood.  There are a variety of platters and baskets to choose from. 
Cletus' Chicken Shack has fried chicken, chicken wings, chicken and waffles, and chicken sandwiches.
Krusty Burger of course has the famous Krusty Burger along with hot dogs and some other burger-like sandwich choices (including veggie burgers). 



In addition to those pictured, there is Lisa's Teahouse of Horror serving up salads and other lighter fare and Flaming Moe's serving specialty non-alcoholic beverages.  You can pick up your favorite adult beverages inside Moe's Tavern adjacent to Fast Food Boulevard.  Of course, you can also pick up the iconic Lard Lad donuts here too!
We settled in at Moe's while we waited for our food order.  One of my best tips for a day in the parks is to bring your own coozie! It helps keep drinks cold and is a fun way to show off your style.  (And yes, I did carry my Harry Potter love into the Simpsons land.) 

We opted to try the Chicken and Waffle Sandwich from Cletus' and the Clogger Burger from Krusty Burger. Both were great choices but the Clogger Burger was a clear favorite (and is a great choice if you are on the Universal Dining Plan!) 
Waffle Sandwich (Double battered, extra crispy fried chicken breast between two waffles with maple syrup mayo with a side of fruit instead of tater tots)
Clogger Burger (2/3 lb. burger topped with Applewood smoked bacon, secret sauce, cheddar cheese sauce, a giant tomato slice, and iceberg lettuce, on a specialty bun. Served with Kurly fries.)
Having a burger from Krusty Burger just felt so iconic to us and was a huge meal and very satisfying.  Which fast food spot would you chose on your visit? Let us know in the comments below!

Maci Schau
Maci is an avid foodie and loves trying out new restaurants and seasonal food offerings in the parks.  You can email Maci at maci@kingdomkonsultant.com.

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