PHOTOS: CityWalk Food Court and Bob Marley: A Tribute to Freedom Reopens with Social Distancing Measures at Universal Orlando
If you’re looking for a bite to eat after your eventful day at Universal Studios Florida or Islands of Adventure, you might want to stop at the food court in CityWalk or Bob Marley: A Tribute to Freedom, now reopen with social distancing measures in place.
With the BK Whopper Bar, Panda Express, and Moe’s Southwest Grill, there are plenty of options for a meal quick and easy meal.
While there’s no indoor seating being offered at this time, the tables outside feature markers on them, informing guests about staying safe and keeping their distance from other parties while enjoying their meal.
Tables have been removed from inside for now, blocked off with garbage bins.
Social distancing markers are in place above the booth though, which gives us some sense that tables might be replaced here when things get better.
Moe’s Southwest Grill
As soon as you enter the food court, there are plenty of markers in place to keep guests queued up six feet apart while you try to decide what to order.
As you get closer to the counter, there are stanchions in place as well to keep guest flow to one side.
Panda Express is right next door, with social distance markers and in place as well in front of the counter.
The counter barrier between Panda Express’ counter works as a divider to keep guests separated as well.
If you’ve somehow missed all of the signs up till this point, there are a bunch on the counter here.
BK Whopper Bar
All the way to the right is the BK Whopper Bar, which is the main entrance to the food court.
The queue line wraps around the barrier before guests can order at the main counter.
Social distancing markers are in place all throughout this side of the food court as well.
The counter along the back windows also features a plethora of social distancing markers as well.
Bob Marley: A Tribute to Freedom
Bob Marley: A Tribute to Freedom is only operating as a restaurant, while the replica of Marley’s home is currently closed.
Social distancing markers are placed out in front of the building, as well as in front of the menu.
Guests can view the menu outside of the restaurant, as well as reminding guests that the interaction tour is currently closed.
Jammin’ Drinks, right next door, was closed when we walked by.
The drink menu is posted on both of the shutters, identically the same on both sides.
Will you be stopping by these locations for a bite to eat? Let us know in the comments!