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Universal Reveals New HARRY POTTER Menu For Diagon Alley Expansion

Butterbeer and Pumpkin Juice won’t be the only refreshments you can get in Universal Studio’s The Wizarding World of HARRY POTTER come July!

The chefs at Universal have introduced a new menu of entrees, desserts, and refreshments with both traditional English and eccentric magical flairs that will be available to fans in the Diagon Alley expansion! Most will be focused in The Leaky Cauldron and Florean Fortescue’s, but new venues will be popping up as well!

From Variety:

The Leaky Cauldron, the popular pub and inn for wizards where guests can order Fisherman’s Pie (salmon, shrimp and cod baked together under a potato crust), Bangers and Mash (roasted sausages with creamy mashed potatoes), Toad in the Hole (sausage baked into a Yorkshire pudding and served with onion gravy), Fish and Chips, and the Ploughman’s (see above: a platter of English cheese, crusty bread, cornichon pickles, apple beet salad, Branston pickle and a Scotch egg).

Florean Fortescue’s Ice-Cream Parlour, where Hagrid bought Harry a chocolate and raspberry ice-cream with chopped nuts in “Harry Potter and the Sorcerer’s Stone,” will offer 20 unique ice-cream flavors including earl grey and lavender, sticky toffee pudding, chocolate chili, clotted cream, salted caramel blondie, apple crumble, strawberry and peanut butter, orange marmalade and a soft-serve ice-cream flavor of Butterbeer.

Horizont Alley, on a street branching off Diagon Alley, where guests will be able to transform drinks with elixirs from Eternelle’s Elixir of Refreshment. The available elixir selection at the cart includes Draught of Peace, Babbling Beverage, Elixir to Induce Euphoria and Fire Protection Potion.

The Wizarding World will also be introducing their new line of draught beers for these eateries with names like Wizard’s Brew, Dragon Scale, and Fishy Green Ale. YUM!

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