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The Three Broomsticks


The Three Broomsticks is an iconic location for any Harry Potter fan, but is also a delicious lunch spot for anyone visiting Universal Orlando Resort!  The food is familiar yet unique, and served hot and fresh to your table. This location is located in the Hogsmeade location of the Wizarding World of Harry Potter at Universal's Islands of Adventure.

What sets this apart from other quick service locations for me is that you order your food and then taken to a table and the food is brought to you, which is becoming more and more popular these days, but definitely wasn't the norm when the Three Broomsticks first opened.  We placed our order and then were led to a table in the dining area which looks like a scene right out of a Harry Potter movie of course. 
For lunch today we ordered a Spareribs Platter, normally served with corn on the cob and roasted potatoes but we subbed veggies for the potatoes, and Fish and Chips along with some Pumpkin Juice as a beverage. 

First let's start with the Pumpkin Juice, it isn't as popular as the other area-exclusive beverage the Butterbeer, but I love it just as much!  It is reminiscent of an apple cider but with pumpkin flavors but is still cold and refreshing for a hot Florida day.  
Then we have the amazing food.  The ribs platter was simply to say a TON of food! I was definitely stuffed trying to eat it all.  The fish and chips were fried beautifully and crispy in all the right ways.  This is a meal we wouldn't hesitate to repeat on future trips. 

My other favorite thing about the Three Broomsticks?  The Hogs Head pub is right next door!  If you're in the mood for a little more variety (only two beers on draft are available at Three Broomsticks), you can pop over here for a Fire Whiskey or perhaps a Strongbow Cider, whatever you're in the mood for!  

For more must-do's for the Harry Potter fan at Universal, check out the blog post with our top 5 here


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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