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Eating Your Way Through The Wizarding World of Harry Potter – Hogsmeade to Diagon Alley

January 10, 2018
Food Journey Through The Wizarding World of Harry Potter - Hogsmeade to Diagon Alley

Whether you’re headed to Hogsmeade or Diagon Alley, you can experience a magical culinary journey in The Wizarding World of Harry Potter!

Outlined below is a route fit for a wizard on a break from school headed home for holiday. You’ll start in Hogsmeade at Universal’s Islands of Adventure and then venture by way of the Hogwarts Express to Diagon Alley at Universal Studios Florida. There is so much to try along the way!

Use the slider to reveal the exact locations where you can find each meal and snack on your journey.

1. Traditional English Breakfast from Three Broomsticks

Schools out and you feel like royalty. Step into Three Broomsticks for your usual: the Traditional Breakfast. And don’t forget your Hot Tea. 

2. Fresh Fruit from The Magic Neep Cart

Fruit makes for a refreshing snack to hold you until lunch and keep you cool as you run any last errands while you’re in town.

3. Three Broomsticks Shepherd’s Pie

Leaving to board the train for Holiday means you won’t be back for a while so you might as well have a satisfying send off. Nothing beats the Shepherd’s Pie at Three Broomsticks.

4. No-Melt Ice Cream from Honeydukes

What better delicacy to tip towards the castle than the mysterious pumpkin-flavoured No Melt Ice Cream? Every bite stays fluffy and creamy as you wait for the train!

5. The Leaky Cauldron Fish & Chips

A plate of crispy Fish & Chips makes for a warm welcome home.

6. The Leaky Cauldron Butterbeer Potted Cream

While you’re at the Leaky Cauldron, don’t forget to end your dinner with a proper dessert. A mason jar full of Butterbeer Potted Cream is sure to please every Butterbeer enthusiast. 

7. The Fountain of Fair Fortune Butterbeer

Diagon Alley makes for the perfect evening stroll and is even better with a drink in hand. Swing by The Fountain of Fair Fortune for both non-alcoholic and alcoholic varieties. Pictured above is a mug of cold Butterbeer (non-alcoholic).

8. Say Goodnight with a Weasleys’ Wizard Wheezes Skiving Snack Box

Three drawers full of delicious treats to munch on as the night comes to a close. Sweet dreams traveler, you’re home.

Travel Tip: Refer to this guide next time you’re in The Wizarding World of Harry Potter at Universal Orlando Resort and want an authentic dining experience.

Don’t forget to also explore Eating Your Way Through The Wizarding World of Harry Potter – Diagon Alley to Hogsmeade for a completely different route.

Must be 21 years of age or older with valid identification to purchase or drink alcoholic beverages at Universal Orlando Resort.
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5 Comments

  • Reply Ashley January 11, 2018 at 3:02 pm

    You forgot the Bangers and Mash!! It’s my most favorite Wizarding World meal!

  • Reply Michele GS February 27, 2018 at 10:17 pm

    Hi, do you know if the potted butter beer is gluten free?

  • Reply Me February 28, 2018 at 2:01 am

    I am British and never in my 41 years have I seen a ‘traditional English breakfast’ look anything like that! ‘Traditional English breakfast’ will be any of the following: egg, bacon (not thin streaky stuff), baked beans, mushrooms, tamatoes, toast, and maybe fried bread, black pudding, and hash browns.

    Why there are roasted potatoes, croissants, ham, and something else on that plate? The only thing right is the scrambled egg (which is usaully more likely to be fried egg), and beans (I think that’s what they are).

  • Reply Barry February 28, 2018 at 9:04 am

    Traditional English Breakfast. I am afraid to say yours is a joke and nothing like a traditional English Breakfast

  • Reply Futur3Fo3 September 6, 2018 at 4:03 pm

    Sadly the Toad in the Hole was removed as a meal choice👨🏼‍🍳

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