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Fast Food Boulevard (quick-service) at Universal Studios Florida

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Diners eat at Fast Food Boulevard, with a wall mural featuring characters and locations from The Simpsons
You’ll find all your favorite Simpsons characters on the wall mural inside Fast Food Boulevard

What is Fast Food Boulevard?

Fast Food Boulevard offers guests the most unique quick-service items available at Universal Orlando Resort in a themed environment that will amuse everyone in the family – and blow away die-hard Simpsons fans. Enter through any of the facades (including through the back of Moe’s Tavern) to find a plethora of quick-service windows where you can order many of the items that have been featured in Simpsons episodes over the years.

In addition to the food, all the counters at Fast Food Boulevard serve the standard selection of sodas – along with The Simpsons‘s exclusive Buzz Cola (a zero-calorie cherry drink), to boot – and they participate in Universal’s souvenir cup refill program. However, please note that there are no Coca-Cola Freestyle stations in the building.

Where is Fast Food Boulevard located?

In Springfield: Home of the Simpsons, which is in Universal Studios Florida.

Fast Food Boulevard – hours and reservations

Fast Food Boulevard is open from 11:00 am until park close.

Guests can now place orders at Fast Food Boulevard via their smart phones, using the Universal Orlando app. You can read all about the ins and outs of the process in our mobile ordering write-up.

Fast Food Boulevard – OI fun facts

We have several fun Springfield facts to drop on you:

  • Cletus’ Chicken Shack and Lisa’s Teahouse of Horror are the only two brands at Fast Food Boulevard that have not made an appearance on the Simpsons TV series. (The former was originally going to be the Kentucky Fried Panda restaurant from the source material, but Universal changed the concept to avoid potentially offending any guests.)
  • On the show, there is a running joke that Duff, Duff Lite, and Duff Dry are all actually the same exact beer. In Fast Food Boulevard, they are completely different and are brewed by the Florida Beer Company based out of Melbourne, Florida. Taste-wise, regular Duff is most comparable to Heineken; Duff Lite, to Miller Lite; and Duff Dry, to Guinness. All three drinks are sold exclusively at Universal Studios Florida (well, and also at Universal Studios Hollywood, of course).
  • The Frying Dutchman is owned by “Sea Captain” Horatio McAllister and promises “all you can eat” dining. In one episode of The Simpsons, after being served by the Sea Captain, Homer eats an excessive amount of food and is escorted out, which prompts him to sue the restaurant for deceptive advertising. Lionel Hutz is hired to represent him in court, and the Sea Captain and Homer eventually agree that Homer shall be displayed in the restaurant as “Bottomless Pete: Nature’s Cruelest Mistake.” (Thanks, Wikipedia.)
  • Krusty Burger is a long-running satire of popular fast food chains Burger King and McDonald’s. The Krusty Ribwich was created for the series as a parody of the McRib and the ensuing customer reaction when McDonald’s took it off its menu.

What is Lisa’s Teahouse of Horror?

Lisa's Teahouse of Horror at Fast Food Boulevard
Lisa’s Teahouse of Horror at Fast Food Boulevard

For vegetarians, or anyone looking for a meal on the lighter side, Lisa’s Teahouse has salads, sandwiches, hummus, and fruit plates, as well as SunChips and other potato chip selections.

What’s on the menu at Lisa’s Teahouse of Horror?

Caesar Salad – $9.49 full, $6.99 half
Fresh-cut romaine lettuce with parmesan cheese, homemade Caesar dressing, and crunchy croutons. Served with a regular shake.

Mediterranean Salad – $11.49
Marinated tuna, diced feta cheese, Kalamata olives, sliced red and green bell peppers, and tomato wedges, served on a bed of fresh-cut romaine lettuce with homemade Greek vinaigrette dressing.

Caprese Salad – $11.49
Vine-ripe tomatoes and fresh mozzarella, served over fresh cut romaine with a balsamic vinaigrette.

Veggie Sandwich – $9.79
Guacamole, sprouts, tomatoes, and roasted vegetables served on a freshly baked oat roll.

Turkey Wrap – $10.49
Sliced smoked turkey, jalapeño jack cheese, lettuce, and tomato in a spinach wrap, served with apple chips.

Hummus – $5.99
Homemade hummus served with assorted vegetables and pita bread.

Fruit Plate – $9.49
Fresh-cut pineapple, watermelon, cantaloupe, honeydew, orange, and grapefruit on top of lettuce.

Fruit Cup – $4.29
Fresh-cut watermelon, cantaloupe, and honeydew.

Assorted Yogurt – $3.99
Blueberry or strawberry.

The Big Pink – $7.99

Bottled Water & Vitamin Water – $5.00

Honest Tea & Simply Lemonade – $4.79

Minute Maid Apple Juice – $2.89

Chips – $3.49
Cheddar SunChips, Rold Gold pretzels, Lays potato chips.

What is The Frying Dutchman?

Frying Dutchman.
“You can eat” at The Frying Dutchman in Fast Food Boulevard

If yer shipmates be cravin’ seafood, it’s The Frying Dutchman or walk the plank, with meals such as the Basket o’ Bait or the Clam Chowd-arr. Based on an all-you-can-eat seafood restaurant from the show, these options, while not “all you can eat,” are still a nice alternative to the typical burger-and-Kurly-fries theme-park fare.

What’s on the menu at The Frying Dutchman?

Basket o’ Bait – $17.99
Fresh-caught, hand-cut cod, coconut-crusted shrimp, and fried calamari, with a hushpuppy and homemade tartar sauce or cocktail sauce.  Served with tater tots and hushpuppies.

Battered and Plattered Fish – $16.99
Fresh-caught, hand-cut cod fried in a batter. Served with tater tots and hushpuppies.

Basket o’ Shrimp – $12.99
Coconut-crusted shrimp, deep-fried. Served with tater tots or hushpuppies.

Basket o’ Calamari – $10.99
Fresh calamari, breaded and deep fried. Served with tater tots and hushpuppies.

Clam Chowd-arr – $5.99
Cream-style and full of tender ocean clams.

Milkshake – $3.99 Regular, $5.99 Large
Chocolate or Vanilla

Fountain Beverages – $3.99

Zero Calorie Cherry Flavored Cola – $4.59

What is Cletus’ Chicken Shack?

Cletus' Chicken Shack menu
Cletus’ Chicken Shack at Fast Food Boulevard

If you have a hankerin’ for some fried chicken, Cletus’ Chicken Shack is the place for you and your kinfolk to settle down for some great tasting vittles. With the trademark Simpsons brand of humor throughout the menu, the cornflake-based batter will have you licking your fingers.

What’s on the menu at Cletus’ Chicken Shack?

Chicken & Waffle Sandwich Combo – $16.49
Double battered, extra crispy fried chicken breast between two waffles with maple syrup mayo. Served with tater tots and a regular shake.

Chicken & Waffle Sandwich Platter – $12.99
Double battered, extra crispy fried chicken breast between two waffles with maple syrup mayo. Served with tater tots.

Double Batter Chicken Combo – $16.49
Corn flake-crusted battered fried chicken with mashed potatoes, corn on the cob, and coleslaw. Served with a regular shake.

Double Batter Chicken Platter – $12.99
Corn flake-crusted battered fried chicken with mashed potatoes, corn on the cob, and coleslaw.

BBQ Chicken Arms Combo – $15.49
Six BBQ chicken wings with bleu cheese and celery. Served with tater tots and regular shake.

BBQ Chicken Arms Platter – $11.99
Six BBQ chicken wings with bleu cheese and celery. Served with tater tots.

Buffalo Chicken Arms Combo – $15.49
Six Buffalo chicken wings with bleu cheese and celery. Served with tater tots and a regular shake.

Buffalo Chicken Arms Platter – $11.99
Six Buffalo chicken wings with bleu cheese and celery. Served with tater tots.

Chicken Thumbs Combo – $14.49
Fried chicken tenders with choice of BBQ sauce or honey mustard. Served with tater tots and a regular shake.

Chicken Thumbs Platter – $10.99
Fried chicken tenders with choice of BBQ sauce or honey mustard. Served with tater tots.

Thrilled to be Grilled Chicken Sandwich Combo – $14.99
Grilled chicken with lettuce and tomato on a specialty bun. Served with tater tots and a regular shake.

Thrilled to be Grilled Chicken Sandwich Platter – $11.49
Grilled chicken with lettuce and tomato on a specialty bun. Served with tater tots.

Milkshake – $3.99 Regular, $5.99 Large
Chocolate or Vanilla

Fountain Beverages – $3.99

Zero Calorie Cherry Flavored Cola – $4.59

What is Krusty Burger?

The Krusty Burger entrance to Fast Food Boulevard has the iconic Krusty Burger sign
This entrance to Fast Food Boulevard features the iconic Krusty Burger sign

Taking the hamburger and hot dog concept to the extreme, Krusty Burger offers many of the food items that fans of The Simpsons have only imagined for decades, including the Ribwich, the Clogger Burger, and the famous Krusty Burger itself. The Krusty Burger chain of restaurants has been referenced in over 35 episodes of The Simpsons and four videogames, not to mention being featured in The Simpsons Movie – so expect this section to have the longest wait of all the Fast Food Boulevard counters. (Fans want to fulfill their longtime dream of eating at “the unhealthiest restaurant in the world,” after all!)

What’s on the menu at Krusty Burger?

Krusty Burger Combo – $15.99
1/3 lb. burger with secret sauce, cheddar cheese sauce, a giant tomato slice, and iceberg lettuce, on a specialty bun. Served with Kurly fries and a regular shake or Buzz Cola.

Krusty Burger Platter – $12.49
1/3 lb. burger with secret sauce, cheddar cheese sauce, a giant tomato slice, and iceberg lettuce, on a specialty bun. Served with Kurly fries.

Clogger Burger Combo – $19.99
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 and a regular shake or Buzz Cola.

Clogger Burger Platter – $16.49
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.

Mother Nature Burger Combo – $15.99
1/3 lb. black bean burger topped with guacamole and a tomato slice, on a specialty bun. Served with Kurly fries and a regular shake or Buzz Cola.

Mother Nature Burger Platter – $12.49
1/3 lb. black bean burger topped with guacamole and a tomato slice, on a specialty bun. Served with Kurly fries.

The Ribwich Combo – $17.49
Boneless rib topped with coleslaw on a specialty bun. Served with Kurly fries and a regular shake or Buzz Cola.

The Ribwich Platter – $13.99
Boneless rib topped with coleslaw on a specialty bun. Served with Kurly fries.

Sideshow Bob Foot-Long Combo – $16.99
Foot-long all-beef hot dog topped with homemade chili, cheddar cheese sauce, coleslaw, and diced onions. Served with Kurly fries and a regular shake or Buzz Cola.

Sideshow Bob Foot-Long Platter – $13.49
Foot-long all-beef hot dog topped with homemade chili, cheddar cheese sauce, coleslaw, and diced onions. Served with Kurly fries.

Heat Lamp Dog Combo – $13.49
Six-inch Nathan’s Famous all-beef hot dog. Served with Kurly fries and a regular shake or Buzz Cola.

Heat Lamp Dog Platter – $9.49
Six-inch Nathan’s Famous all-beef hot dog. Served with Kurly fries.

Milkshake – $3.99 Regular, $5.99 Large
Chocolate or Vanilla

Fountain Beverages – $3.99

Zero Calorie Cherry Flavored Cola – $4.59

What is Flaming Moe’s?

Flaming Moe’s at Fast Food Boulevard
Flaming Moe’s offers specialty drinks inside Fast Food Boulevard

At Flaming Moe’s, quench your thirst with a specialty drink, such as the eponymous Flaming Moe (non-alcoholic orange soda with a block of dry ice for that cool smoking effect), Mt. Swartzwelder Apple Drink, Buzz Cola, or a Groovy Grove Juice.

What’s on the menu at Flaming Moe’s?

Specialty Drinks

Flaming Moe – $8.99
Signature specialty drink of Springfield (non-alcoholic).

Groovy Grove Juice – $4.19
Orange juice, lemonade, and blood orange syrup, freshly prepared and served with a specialty garnish.

Mt. Swartzwelder Apple Drink – $4.19
Apple juice, Granny Smith apple syrup, lemonade, and fresh-brewed tea, freshly prepared and served with a specialty garnish.

Mr. Teeny – $4.19
Lemonade, pineapple juice, and Blue Curaçao syrup, freshly prepared and served with a specialty garnish.

Fountain Beverages

Buzz Cola – $4.59
Zero-calorie cherry-flavored cola.

Fountain Soda – $3.99
Coca-Cola, Coke Zero Sugar, Diet Coke, Sprite, Fanta Orange, Barq’s Root Beer, HiC Lemonade, Gold Peak iced tea.

H20+ Premium – $5.00

Bottled Beverages – $2.89
Selection of teas, smoothies, and juices.

Unlimited Refill Souvenir Cups

Coca-Cola Freestyle souvenir cup – $16.99
Unlimited self-serve refills on your favorite Coke products with over 100 combinations. Discounts available when purchasing multiple cups.

Milkshakes

Milkshake “100% Mammal Milk” – $3.99
Choice of chocolate, vanilla or swirled, available in regular and large sizes.

Beer
Hand crafted, locally brewed

Duff Draft – $11.00
Choose from Duff or Duff Light

Souvenir Mug Duff Draft – $13.50
Choose from Duff or Duff Light served in a souvenir stein

Bottled Duff Beer – $8.50
Choose from Duff, Duff Light, or Duff Dry

What is Luigi’s Pizza?

Luigi's Pizza at Fast Food Boulevard
Luigi’s Pizza at Fast Food Boulevard

Whether you’re a Meat Liker or a Meat Hater, Luigi is cooking up hot personal-sized pizzas. You can also make it a combo by adding a milkshake.

What’s on the menu at Luigi’s Pizza?

Meat Liker’s Pizza Combo – $16.49
Personal-size pizza topped with tomato sauce, ham, sausage, pepperoni, and 100% whole milk mozzarella cheese.  Served with a regular shake.

Meat Liker’s Pizza – $12.99
Personal-size pizza topped with tomato sauce, ham, sausage, pepperoni, and 100% whole milk mozzarella cheese.

Cheese Pizza Combo – $14.49
Personal-size pizza topped with tomato sauce and 100% whole milk mozzarella cheese. Served with a regular shake.

Cheese Pizza – $10.99
Personal-size pizza topped with tomato sauce and 100% whole milk mozzarella cheese.

Meat Hater’s Pizza Combo – $16.49
Personal-size whole wheat crust pizza topped with fresh vegetables, tomato sauce, and 100% whole milk mozzarella cheese. Served with a regular shake.

Meat Hater’s Pizza – $12.99
Personal-size whole wheat crust pizza topped with fresh vegetables, tomato sauce, and 100% whole milk mozzarella cheese.

Milkshake – $3.99 Regular, $5.99 Large
Chocolate or Vanilla

Fountain Beverages – $3.99

Zero Calorie Cherry Flavored Cola – $4.59

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Fast Food Boulevard – real guest reviews

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Simpsons Fast Food Blvd
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by Derek Harris on Simpsons Fast Food Blvd
Date Of Last Visit: 2/17/18

We spent 4 days here and I ate a meal form each restaurant! This is an experience that every guest should have, the food and atmosphere are worth the visit alone!

by Cory Linton on Simpsons Fast Food Blvd
Fabulous Doh!-Nuts and More!
Date Of Last Visit: June 2013

We had the pleasure of experiencing this area last summer, just as it had opened and were completely blown away!



My girlfriend and I were both stoked to try the foods we had so often watched our favorite characters eat on TV for so long, so expectations were high. Fortunately, we were not disappointed.



The Krusty burger was, in my opinion, a refreshingly different taste for theme park food. This could be a result of the secret sauce used, which was fantastic. For dessert, we split a Homer-sized, pink doughnut, which reminded me of a cinnamon roll with frosting. I'm not one to usually buy sweets but this was too good to pass up. Thank God we shared it, because it was very filling and HUGE! The Buzz Cola was just OK but the food and the Simpsons ambiance of the area made up for its mediocrity.



Walking into Moe's Tavern was surreal as I really did feel like I was inside the cartoon. I thoroughly enjoyed sitting at the bar and drinking a real life Duff beer.



Full disclosure... we expected to enjoy this area going in. However, it exceeded our expectations to the point where we upgraded our next day's ticket to Islands of Adventure to the Park to Park feature just so we could return and experience it once more.



I now look forward to returning this summer as the rest of Springfield is complete and will bee-line my way to the Duff Beer Garden and discover what else this area has to offer. A must-go for even the casual Simpsons fan.

by Universal Bob on Simpsons Fast Food Blvd
The ultimate Springfield
Date Of Last Visit: 13 June 2013

We visited Fast Food Blvd right after they opened. I could have sworn we were in the middle of the Simpson's tv show! Every detail was perfect. We got up to the counter fast and I had to order a Krusty Burger for the first time. It was what I expected, a big greasy mess...and I loved it! I felt like Homer devouring all the meaty goodness. I washed it down with a Flaming Moe. A cool idea but not worth getting another one. A weak orange soda in a cup of dry ice to make it "smoke". At least I can say that I had one. And for desert I had to get the Lard Lad giant pink iced doughnut with sprinkles. It is actually very good. It's a must to stop in the Fast Food Blvd anytime you're in USF. There is so much to choose from that everyone in your group will be satisfied.

by Sara on Simpsons Fast Food Blvd
The giant pink donut, my true love
Date Of Last Visit: March 14, 2014

I love the whole Fast Food Boulevard since I grew up watching the Simpsons three times a day (life without cable in the 90s). However, I want to write this review for Lard Lad donuts, which doesn't have its own page. When my partner and I first went to Universal Studios in December, I spotted the giant pink donut in the Fast Food Boulevard. It was quite possibly the largest donut I had ever seen and only $5! I told him we had to get one. "Later," he said. After lunch we went on more rides and explored the park. I kept reminding him that we had to go back for that donut. If you couldn't tell, I have not one sweet tooth but a whole mouth full of them. He kept saying, "Later!" I could tell he wasn't interested and I was sure he would never concede. It got closer to dinner time. Finally, reigniting my last hope, he agreed that it was time! We went to the Lard Lad booth outside this time. Stacks of big pink donuts were whispering my name. We bought our donut and despite how delicious it looked, I suspected it wouldn't live up to expectations and would be dry from sitting out all day. Well, I couldn't have been more wrong! It was an extremely delicious donut, not dry at all, perfectly fluffy. I've always felt that one regular donut was a little too small, so I relished the opportunity to have a little bit more. And if that weren't enough, my partner, who on a good day has about half a sweet tooth, absolutely loved it and thought it was one of the best things we did all day. Now when we go back, that donut is one of the things we get most excited about before we go. I will be there next week and that big pink donut will be mine!!

by Jennifer Harold on Simpsons Fast Food Blvd
Something for everyone
Date Of Last Visit: December 21, 2013

The Simpsons: Fast Food Blvd

Something for everyone



Universal Orlando continues to bring the movies and television series you love to life. The Simpsons area inside of Universal Studios Florida is one of pure amazement and enjoyment. As an avid and devoted fan of The Simpsons, I was excited when the television series was brought to life with the opening of The Simpsons ride. Now I am over the moon and even more stunned by the visual creators who helped bring the rest of Springfield to life with the new Fast Food Blvd area. As soon as you walk through the streets of Hollywood, you make the smooth transition from Hollywood into the cartoon and animated atmosphere that is The Simpsons Fast Food Blvd. Once you walk into the area, the sounds of The Simpsons theme song, voices of characters and statues help immerse you into the world of the beloved television series.



Fast Food Blvd opened in June 2013 and from then, guests can enjoy a variety of foods and drinks that are inspired by the series and iconic foods such as The Krusty Burger or Duff beer that were finally brought to life for fans of the television series or guests to enjoy.



Fast Food Blvd has many dining options that are both affordable, delicious and will meet everyone’s dietary needs. From Lisa’s Teahouse of Horror that provides an assortment of both vegetarian options and light food which is perfect for a hot Orlando day or a quick snack, to The Krusty Burger which serves the famous and iconic Krusty Burger. A few other iconic restaurants from the series now have a real life home which include The Frying Dutchman which series seafood menu items and Luigi’s, a delicious pizza slice is what you will find here. The last quick service establishment is Cletus’ Chicken Shack. From the Chicken and Waffle Sandwich to Chicken Thumbs, this will appease anyone who is craving chicken.



Now after all that food you might want a drink. Well then venture right on over to Flaming Moe’s where you can purchase the signature Flaming Moe which itself is a beauty. The Flaming Moe is a non-alcoholic specialty drink that taste a bit like orange soda served in a special glass which has a container on the bottle to hold a piece of dry ice in which to give a special effect that everyone will simply say wow before drinking the whole thing down and wanting another. But if that is not what you want, then may I suggest the Groovy Grove Juice which combines orange juice, lemonade, blood orange syrup and served with fresh fruit. It is simply delicious. The signature Flaming Moe is $7.99 plus tax and is served in a collectable glass. All of the other drinks at Flaming Moe are $3.99 plus tax.



Now that you have your food and drinks, next up is deciding where to sit. One area I would suggest to sit at if you can manage to find a spot is inside Moe’s Tavern. The décor for this place is simply astounding and it feels like you just walked right into the show and opened the door to Moe’s Tavern.



But if a tavern is not your feel, then there is The Krusty Burger dining area that offers the fast food dining area feel but with the Krusty Burger atmosphere. The last dining sitting area is the open area one can see when you enter the inside of Fast Food Blvd, which has Simpsons artwork on the walls and various clips running on the television screens above.



Overall, I would give this area five out of five stars because of the variety of dining options offered, affordable options from $3.39 to $12.99, atmosphere, décor and just the overall experience. If you are a fan of the television series or if you are not, you will still enjoy the food and drinks this area has to offer.

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