Old Store Converted Into Seating in The Lost Continent at Universal’s Islands of Adventure

Shannen Ace

Old Store Converted Into Seating in The Lost Continent at Universal’s Islands of Adventure

A covered section of The Lost Continent in Universal’s Islands of Adventure has been turned into a seating area for the nearby Doc Sugrue’s Kebab House.

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Doc Sugrue’s Kebab House is a quick-service food and beverage location.

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The adjacent covered area is now full of tables and chairs.

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This was once where custom coin minting was available. After the coin mint closed, it operated as a small merchandise location.

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The seating provides a shady place to rest and eat.

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Have you ever dined in The Lost Continent? The land is also home to the famous theme park full-service restaurant Mythos.

The Lost Continent

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The Lost Continent is one of the “islands” of Universal’s Islands of Adventure. Unlike most of the other lands in the park, it’s not based on a singular IP, but instead inspired by myths, legends, and fantasy. Its main attraction is Poseidon’s Fury, in the Lost City section of the land. The walkthrough attraction reopened last year after a two-year refurbishment. Hosted by the character of Taylor, guests travel through the ancient temple of Poseidon, searching for Taylor’s boss Professor Baxter and avoiding Poseidon’s enemy, the Dark One.

The marketplace section of The Lost Continent is Sindbad’s Bazaar, where guests can interact with the talking Mystic Fountain. both Poseidon’s Fury and the Mystic Fountain have been part of Universal’s Islands of Adventure since opening day, though Poseidon’s Fury was changed significantly. A stunt show, The Eighth Voyage of Sindbad, closed in 2018.

The Lost Continent previously had a section called Merlinwood, which housed the Flying Unicorn and Dueling Dragons roller coasters, and Enchanted Oak Tavern. The Flying Unicorn became Flight of the Hippogriff and Dueling Dragons became Dragon Challenge when Merlinwood was partially demolished for The Wizarding World of Harry Potter. Enchanted Oak Tavern was demolished. Dragon Challenge ultimately closed and Hagrid’s Magical Creatures Motorbike Adventure replaced it.

All Hallows Eve Boutique, a year-round Halloween shop, is in The Lost Continent.

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