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Antojitos at Universal Orlando CityWalk is a colorful, eclectic restaurant

Scenes from the new Antojitos restaurant on CityWalk at Universal Orlando Resort.
Scenes from the new Antojitos restaurant on CityWalk at Universal Orlando Resort.
Barb Nefer

Antojitos is the newest restaurant at Universal Orlando Resort's CityWalk. It replaces Latin Quarter, a restaurant/nightclub combination that used to serve Latin American cuisine on its first level, with a Brazilian steakhouse upstairs. Antojitos is pure Mexican on both its first and second floors, and the building has been totally transformed into a colorful eye treat outdoors and a comfortable dining space inside.

Check out the slideshow accompanying this article for a quick tour. From the colorful building facade to comfortable spaces to sit to the creepily intriguing "baby wall," the restaurant is a place you've got to see.

There's a stage on the main floor, but you can see it from upstairs if you're seating along the railing. Mariachis take the stage periodically throughout the night, and they also pop up in other locations. If you'd like to see them, jump to this article.

If you're in the mood for something quick and less formal, eat downstairs where tasty takes on Mexican street food are served. Upstairs is a more formal atmosphere, although still casual enough to be comfortable for those coming from a long day at the theme parks. If you'd like to read more about the menu items and see some photos, jump to this article for main courses and appetizers or this article for drinks and desserts.

If you prefer to fine al fresco, Antojitos has you covered. There's outdoor seating on both levels, so you can enjoy the street food or the full dinners and dine out on the patio or balcony with the CityWalk bustle happening just steps away.

Did you know you can get a free customized souvenir when you eat at Antojitos? Jump to this article to find out what it is.

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