For Halloween Horror Nights 31, the Red Coconut Club at CityWalk has undergone a terrifying transformation into the Dead Coconut Club featuring the Universal Monsters.
Guests entering are greeted by a faux Frankenstein’s Monster. The story is you’re visiting a club to hear the Bride perform.
The whole place has a very ’60s sci-fi aesthetic to it.
Projections on the ceilings help add to the ambience.
Menu for the Dead Coconut Club at Halloween Horror Nights 31
Even the menu is incredibly well-themed.
- The Bleeding Eye – $14.50
- The Haunted Isle – $14.50
- The Java Monster – $14.50
- Un-Tipsy Tiki – $7.50
Adding in a souvenir tiki mug brings it up to $17.50, with refills available at the standard drink price.
Photos of Menu Items at the Dead Coconut Club at Halloween Horror Nights 31
*NEW* The Bleeding Eye – $14.50
A diabolical violet mélange of El Jimador Blanco Tequila, Crème de Cassis, agave, lime juice and ginger beer. Served with a lychee-blueberry edible eyeball
We weren’t particularly impressed by this one. It’s incredibly, ridiculously sweet, which also enhanced by the ginger beer. It’s the only tequila drink, a rarity for tiki drinks.
The edible eyeball was a nice touch, but this wasn’t our favorite.
*NEW* The Haunted Isle – $14.50
A tempestuous tropical tipple combining Pusser’s Navy and Plantation Pineapple Stiggins Rums with tropical juices, allspice bitters and mysterious Falernum
This drink wasn’t particularly amazing either. While the presentation is nice for sure, the outspoken rum taste drowns out all of the fruit flavors. On top of that, the mint does nothing for the drink, and it isn’t even fresh.
We’d give this a pass as well.
*NEW* The Java Monster – $14.50
A dark and mysterious blend of Pusser’s Navy and Cruzan Dark rums with Kahlua, tropical juices and allspice bitters
While this may not be as much of a taste assault, the allspice bitters help disguise the strong rum flavor here a bit better.
Still, we were unimpressed.
*NEW* Un-Tipsy Tiki – $7.50
A refreshing tropical spritz combining tropical juices, tonic water and rich Orgeat
Amazingly, this was our favorite. It’s a tart beverage, tasting like pineapple juice, cream of coconut and seltzer.
We found this to be extremely refreshing, and it’s a very pineapple-forward drink. This is our recommended choice when you visit.
Location of the Dead Coconut Club at Halloween Horror Nights 31
The Dead Coconut Club is located on the second story of Universal CityWalk Orlando.
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