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San Francisco Amity Area of Universal Studios Florida

You can almost hear the sound of seagulls and foghorns as you enter the San Francisco Amity Area of Universal Studios Orlando.

Intricately modeled after San Francisco’s Fisherman’s Wharf, it’s home to several of the park’s major attractions as well as plenty of excellent dining options.

Dining

Starting with the food, do not miss an opportunity to dine at Lombard’s Seafood Grille on your next visit to Universal Studios Orlando.

This elegant, full-service restaurant features mouthwatering California-inspired dishes like fish tacos and San Francisco stir-fry.

Lombard’s interior is as equally impressive as the menu and is centered on an enormous saltwater fish tank full of exotic fish.

For a more casual dining experience, try places like Midway Grill or Richter’s Burgers.

Attractions

San Francisco is famous for its earthquakes, so it’s only fitting that a major disaster ride is located in this section of the park.

Disaster! A Major Motion Picture Ride . . . Starring you!

First takes you through how major films create the special effects required for disaster movies.

Next you board a ride that simulates a subway car experiencing an 8.0 earthquake.

Complete with raging fires and collapsing roadways, it’s one of the parks most visited rides.

Shows

The final two major attractions located within San Francisco are both stage shows.

Beetlejuice’s Graveyard Revue is a 20-minute musical show starring monster and horror movie legends.

Fear Factor Live  is the second stage show that is a live version of the popular NBC television reality show.

The contestants during the live performances are all pre-selected through a casting process, but audience members are asked to lend a helping hand and participate in the show as well.

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