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The Wizarding World of Harry Potter Dining

Three Broomsticks

Three Broomsticks at Universal Orlando Resort’s The Wizarding World of Harry Potter exudes the attention to detail fans have come to expect from J.K. Rowling’s phenomenal series.

Dining At Three Broomsticks Restaurant in Wizarding World of Harry Potter.

The Three Broomsticks Restaurant is located between Honeydukes and Hog’s Head Pub. Traditional English meals are served such as Fish and Chips, Cornish Pasties, and Shepherd’s Pie.

Grab a seat inside the tavern where Harry and his classmates unwind after a hard day of supernatural scholarship. The entrance, marked by the namesake trio of broomsticks, may appear deceptively brown and bland, as it is intended to blend in with the surrounding village. But look for subtle magical touches throughout its rough-hewn walls. The design of this wood-timbered restaurant actually inspired the look of The Half-Blood Prince film’s set, instead of the other way around. So the elaborate catwalks and seemingly endless ceilings appear to have stepped straight off the screen. From time to time, shadows of house elves and delivery owls at work appear on the walls, surrounding you with wizardry while you dine.

The eating experience itself falls somewhere between counter-service and sit-down dining. You’ll be directed by a greeter to a numbered cashier, who stands in front of an animated menu, in the style of Potter newspapers. Place your order, then pick up your food from an adjacent counter. You will be shown to an empty table by a staff member who will bus your tray at the end, and even refuse a tip. It’s a far more civilized system than elbowing your way around similar quick-service eateries, but it can lead to lines out the door at peak mealtimes.

Full Menu as follows:


Main Dishes

  • Rotisserie-smoked chicken
  • Chargrilled ribs
  • Turkey legs
    * Fish and chips
  • Shepherd’s pie
  • Cornish pasties
  • Potato leek soup
  • Split pea soup
  • Ham soup

Most meals will be served with a side of salad, roasted veggies, corn on the cob, french fries, or potatoes.

Childrens’ Menu

All portion are under 300 calories!

  • Chicken fingers
  • Macaroni and cheese
  • Fish and chips
  • Turkey leg

Great Feast

Available to parties larger than four people.

Guests share trays of:

  • Rotisserie chicken
  • Ribs
  • Roasted vegetables
  • Potatoes
  • Corn on the cob

Desserts

  • Strawberry peanut butter ice cream
  • Deep-dish apple pie
  • Chocolate-berry trifle

Drinks

  • Butterbeer (tastes like shortbread cookies and butterscotch that has a two part pouring method to make the non-alcoholic drink stay frothy)
  • Frozen Butterbeer
  • Pumpkin Juice
  • Scottish ale called Hog’s Head Brew

Hog’s Head Pub

Hogs Head Pub is located in the same building as Three Broomsticks. It is fairly small compared to the restaurant, and its selection is limited to butterbeer and a few real beers. But of course its a must-stop…

At the rear of the Three Broomsticks tavern is the Hog's Head pub. On the wall behind the bar is a large stuffed hog's head which periodically snarls at guests. The family can enjoy Butterbeer, pumpkin juice and other beverages while adults trade stories and sample the pub's selection of domestic and imported beers, specialty drinks, wine, spirits and mixed drinks.

At the rear of the Three Broomsticks tavern is the Hog's Head pub. On the wall behind the bar is a large stuffed hog's head which periodically snarls at guests. The family can enjoy Butterbeer, pumpkin juice and other beverages while adults trade stories and sample the pub's selection of domestic and imported beers, specialty drinks, wine, spirits and mixed drinks.

The Hog’s Head Pub is a gloriously grimy shrine to intoxication. In addition to virgin Butterbeers, there’s a fine selection of European brews ($6.50) on tap, including Guinness, Bass, Stella Artois, Newcastle, Boddingtons, and Strongbow. (Bud Light is available for those who refuse to get in the spirit). The featured potable is “Hog’s Head Brew” a hoppy dark-amber Scottish ale brewed exclusively for the park. Sadly, the “Firewhiskey” on display isn’t drinkable, nor is any hard liquor available (though there is wine behind the bar if you prefer).