Cover Photo : Menu Boards and Prices for the 2022 Seven Seas Food Festival at SeaWorld Orlando
"Food and Beverage" booths are marked in orange, while "Beverage Only"
booths are marked in blue. The special "festival" area (located to the
north of Bayside Stadium) is not being used this year... or at least not
on the first weekend, to be more precise.
Here's the Shunshine Hops and Jack Daniel's Tasting booth menu boards with prices. These are both "beverage only" booths.
Café de Mar is more of a permanent location than a booth. It's usually one of the first "food booths" on the circuit, and the food item you'll most always find here is some variation of a Cheesecake Cone.
The Caribbean Market booth is one of the first "savory" food booths you'll find on the festival circuit. There's two NEW items and one re-imagined item this year!
The All-American Market booth is presented by Kraft-Heinz this year, so anything with cheese on it, should be pretty good!
There's two food items at this year's Polynesian Market booth... a Spicy Tuna Poke Bowl and the Luau BBQ Lamb Ribs.
This booth location is one of the larger ones at the festival, but even so, the lines here may get long at peak times.
The Coaster Cocktails and Taste of Sicily kiosks aren't right next to each other, but they're in the same general area. The signs just fit together on the same panel so nice, I decided to put them side by side.
The Italian Market is in a great location and is also one of the larger booths at the festival. There are quite a few covered and full-sun seating locations near the booth.
I'm not sure if Frozen Popsicles counts as "food", but I'm sure they're going to be very popular on hot days!
This year, the Mediterranean Market is featuring some Hummus and Chips, a Grilled Lamb Chop, and a Berry Panna Cotta dessert.
In addition to having three popular food items this year, the Brazilian Market booth is also offering a Sangria and Frozen Basil Caipirinha — which are likely to be popular as well!
The Waterway Bar and Mama's Pretzel Kitchen are nowhere near each other — it's just, the signs were the same size — so I put them on one panel.
Ahhh... the Asian Market is where you'll find the phogenic and totally awsome Bingsu Salted Vanilla Ice Cream topped with Caramel Popcorn!
I found the Ireland Market booth to be in an odd location... but I can't quite put my finger on "why" I feel that way. It's got bad feng shui or something. But they seem to have three brand new, great food items.
The German Market booth itself is located on the right side of Mama's Pretzel Kitchen (if you're facing Mama's Pretzel Kitchen).
This last grouping of booths are separated from the others a little bit. There are no festival booths located in Sesame Street Land... so at some point, you'll have to walk through Sesame Street to continue on the festival booth trail.
The Mexican Market booth is located right next to the Gulf Coast Market booth in a nice, large, and sidewalk laden area that includes a couple of "stand and stroll" type of tables and some outdoor seating nearby.
There are quite a few specialty cocktails available over at the Glacier Bar along with six beers on tap.