Review of Webb Burger at Finnegan’s at Universal Studios Florida


Finnegan’s Bar and Grill glows as a Universal Orlando veteran fan favorite. This full-service dining location within Universal Studios Florida showcases “Irish-themed” food. Finnegan’s will sometimes have live music adding to the experience. The menu will have something for everyone. The more adventurous diner can find non-traditional theme park food. People in your group that are “picky” diners, have plenty of options also. In a previous review, I suggested the Dublin Chicken Sandwich for less adventurous diners.

The Webb Burger may serve as another excellent option for people desiring traditional theme park food. Moreover, this burger makes other theme park burgers look mediocre. Yes, you can find a standard below average formerly frozen theme park patty burger for less money. The Webb Burger will cost you $18.95. I respect that may sound like an expensive theme park meal to some. However, the quality of this burger easily balances the increased price.

Photo by Kimmie Caputzal

The Webb Burger menu description reads “half pound all beef burger with tender corned beef and Swiss cheese. Served on a warm pretzel bun and topped with crispy potato onion webb, lettuce, tomato, and pickle.” Your choice of sides are wedge fries or a side salad. The “webb” on top of burger patty is a scaled down version of the popular appetizer. Then, the “potato and onion webb” is beer battered potatoes and onions thinly cut. The potatoes and onions are shaped into a “webb.” The appetizers itself earns popularity with Universal guests.

Potato and Onion Webb appetizer

So, how does it taste?

The burger itself possesses solid flavoring. Since it is a full half pound burger, the flavor matters.

The “webb” adds to the overall enjoyment. Most of the time, the pretzel bun shines as soft covering of the burger. The atmosphere of the restaurant and quality of this burger explains why this burger is cherished by Universal Orlando veterans.

Now, if the burger seems too adventurous for you. There is a standard bacon cheddar burger for the truly picky diner. The Webb burger could be the best burger within the parks. Yes, there are better burgers in CityWalk. Yet, many guests do not like to dine in CityWalk. If you are that type person, then consider Finnegan’s and the Webb Burger. This burger easily earned it way onto one of the early Top Three articles.

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