Universal's Toothsome Chocolate Emporium opens today

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PHOTO VIA UNIVERSAL STUDIOS
  • Photo via Universal Studios


Universal Orlando’s newest CityWalk restaurant, The Toothsome Chocolate Emporium & Savory Feast Kitchen, opens today for preview so guests can get chocolate wasted.


Universal says today's soft opening will offer a limited number of guests the opportunity to checkout the Emporium in preparation for its official opening, which hasn't been announced yet. 

According to WFLA, the 
19th century-inspired Steampunk chocolate factory and retail shop will open at 11 a.m., with the restaurant opening at 4 p.m.  




The restaurant will feature all day brunch, gourmet burgers and milkshakes, sandwiches, steak and of course, desserts. 

PHOTO VIA UNIVERSAL STUDIOS
  • Photo via Universal Studios

The Not-Willy Wonka Chocolate Factory has been an ongoing project since 2013 and was renamed after confusion of it actually being related to the Willy Wonka franchise, which it's not

Read more about the inspiration behind the chocolate factory, which replaced NBA City, here.

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