Celebrate Lunar New Year With Special Seasonal Menu at Universal Studios Hollywood’s Hollywood & Dine Eatery

Universal Studios Hollywood has introduced a specialty seasonal menu at their quick service eatery, Hollywood & Dine to celebrate 2024’s Lunar New Year.

What’s Happening:

  • Like other seasonal celebrations at Universal Studios Hollywood, the park is celebrating Lunar New Year with a specially themed takeover of the park’s Hollywood & Dine quick service location.
  • Throughout the month of February, park guests can head to the eatery for a speciality menu celebrating the Lunar New Year.
  • Specialty items include noodle dishes, mocktails, cocktails, and more, all to celebrate Lunar New Year at the park.


  • Pork Ramen Noodles
  • Longevity Noodles
  • Orange Chicken
  • Black Pepper Beef
  • Golden Dragon Corn Dog
  • Pork Shu Mai
  • Vegetable Spring Rolls
  • Chicken Egg Roll
  • Lucky Lunar Cookie
  • Long Life Sugar Donut
  • Baby Dragon Mocktail
  • Dragon’s Breath Cocktail
  • Golden Mango Tea
  • Fortune Cookie Frappe

  • Hollywood and Dine is located in the Upper Lot near Universal Plaza and the street leading to the Waterworld Stunt Show. The restaurant gives park guests the chance to dine like the stars and let their taste buds enjoy a selection of seasonal favorites and delicious culinary dishes, like those celebrating Lunar New Year.
  • And speaking of Lunar New Year, nearby, guests should also make a plan to also visit Hello Kitty in her Lunar New Year attire, as she typically greets guests near the dining location. Be sure to check the Universal Studios App once you get to the park for her appearance schedule.

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Tony Betti
Originally from California where he studied a dying artform (hand-drawn animation), Tony has spent most of his adult life in the theme parks of Orlando. When he’s not writing for LP, he’s usually watching and studying something animated or arguing about “the good ole’ days” at the parks.