Universal Studios Florida has closed another one of its few remaining opening-day locations.
The Beverly Hills Boulangerie counter-service restaurant at the front of the park has closed, Universal Orlando confirmed via its Twitter account this morning.
"We are working on an exciting, new dining concept for Universal Studios Florida. More details will be revealed in the months ahead!," the resort said.
The menu at the Boulangerie focused on coffee, pastries, desserts, and sandwiches, making a popular first stop for visitors entering the park... or a last taste on their way out. Along with Mel's Diner, it was one of only two restaurants from the park's first summer to remain open in daily operation under its original name.
Among the park's opening-day attractions, only the ET Adventure, Horror Make-Up Show, and the Animal Actors show endure today... though the last two, as live shows, have changed somewhat over the years. If you are feeling nostalgic, take a look back with us at the park's original line-up.
And if you simply must have a coffee and a pastry at the Beverly Hills Boulangerie, you still can. Just hop a flight to the United Arab Emirates, because the new Warner Bros. World Abu Dhabi has a Beverly Hills Boulangerie, too.Tweet
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