Photos – Halloween Horror Nights Tribute Store Now Open, Food Booths Pop Up Around Universal Studios Florida

We’re just a week away from the start of Halloween Horror Nights 30 at Universal Studios Florida and the park continues to transform before the nightmares begin. Today, the Halloween Horror Nights Tribute Store opened to all guests and food booths have popped up around the park with menus teasing some delicious special offerings.

As it has in the past, the Tribute Store offers guests an immersive shopping experience, with incredible theming and a wide variety of merchandise. The store is made up of several different rooms, each with a slightly different theme, though they all come together to create a creepy haunted house (without the actual scares).

The second room is the standout, as it is loaded with portraits and busts of the events icona. Around the room, guests will find Chance, the Director, the Usher, the Caretaker, the Storyteller and of course, Jack.

Around the store, guests will also find all kinds of fun details, like park maps from previous years of the event and other creepy decor. Plus, all kinda of event-related merchandise, like the new Studios Screamers vinyl figures, which are available for $18 each.

Guests will also find their own portraits in the store if they purchased them in the park in the park earlier this month. One hallway connecting two of the themed rooms is loaded with these old fashioned portraits of park guests.

There is also a wide variety of terrifying treats available in the store. Guests can pick up some pre-packaged HHN goodies or fresh baked treats from one of several counters.

Outside of the Tribute Store, food booths have popped up around the park with their menus on display. Each booth is themed to one of the haunted houses, like Beetlejuice or Texas Chainsaw Massacre.

Another booth has also been revealed as being connected to The Haunting of Hill House and offers the following menu:

  • Jalapeño Bacon Grilled Cheese: bacon-wrapped stuffed jalapeño poppers with cheddar cheese on countryloaf
  • Stuffed Brisket Grilled Cheese: brisket, pepperjack cheese, onions, tomatoes on countryloaf
  • Tempeh Reuben and Sauerkraut (Vegan): tempeh, Swiss cheese, sauerkraut, 1000 Island dressing on rye bread
  • Poison Tea Party: iced tea and lemonade rum punch with huckleberry and allspice

Two food trucks can also be found offering HHN-specific food offerings, but these are actually open now for guests to enjoy.

The Buffalo Hot Sandwich

The Buffalo Hot Sandwich

Halloween Horror Nights begins Friday, September 3rd at Universal Studios Florida and runs on select nights through October 31.

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