Orlando, 30 January 2023 (TDI): The 2023 SeaWorld Seven Seas Food Festival kicked off with the new year, with over 200 food and beverage items. The global celebration of dishes will commence on February 3 & runs from Thursdays through Sundays until May 7.

Similar to previous offerings, the 2023 Seven Seas Food Festival will feature a wide array of globally inspired menu items. From a taste of the Caribbean to Irish favorites, the menu has a tremendous amount of depth.

The festival runs through May 7, which allows guests to visit, and visit often, to enjoy the over 200 food and beverage items. The event will feature unique food and drinks from around the world, plus a full calendar of concerts.

Menu Items

The festival will include international cuisine from countries like Italy, Ireland, Brazil, Germany, and others. Options like the 12-hour slow-cooked Ropa Vieja served on smashed plantains are a must.

Another menu item is a dish highlighting Brazilian flavors. For more well-known dishes, Sea World is offering a Classic Reuben and Italian Beef Arancini. The 2023 SeaWorld Seven Seas Food Festival has several desserts.

The beverages include Caribbean Moonshine Tasting Booth featuring five different moonshine offerings. In addition, there are several other new beverage offerings. These are Aperol Spritz to Irish Cold brew Latte and a Southern Peach.

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The 2023 SeaWorld Seven Seas Food Festival is included with theme park admission, but food and beverage purchases are separate.

For the event, SeaWorld will be offering tasting lanyards either with 10 or 15 tastings. Passholders do have discounts available.


Visiting artists will perform 28 concerts over the three months of the Food Festival. Performances will take place Saturdays and Sundays in the park’s Bayside Stadium.

Concerts are free with park admission, though guests can purchase varying levels of reserved seating starting at $9.99. SeaWorld describes the Seven Seas Food Festival as “Orlando’s largest theme park food festival.”