ORLANDO, Fla. -- SeaWorld's Seven Seas Food Festival, which is currently underway, has dozens of new food items for visitors to try.

  • New food items at SeaWorld's Seven Seas Food Fest
  • Menu of more than 60+ unique eats, 70+ craft brews
  • Macy Gray, Postmodern Jukebox set to perform

The new items highlight a menu that boasts more than 60 unique eats and 70-plus craft brews. 

At the festival's more than 30 markets, Chef Hector Colon and his culinary team have added a little something for everyone.

At the Brazilian Market, there's Brazilian picanha steak and acaraje (black-eyed pea and shrimp fritters). At the Cuban Market, new items include a traditional Cuban slider and coconut flan. The Vegan Market is serving up all-new food items, including an Impossible Meat Slider, avocado corn tostadas, and a homemade nutty butter protein bar. 

For those looking to quench their thirst, there's a frozen key lime martini at the Florida Market and a frozen watermelon lime margarita michelada at the Mexican Market. 

In addition to food, visitors can also enjoy a slew of live concerts during the festival's run. Scheduled performers include Macy Gray, Andy Grammer, Postmodern Jukebox, The Commodores, and Earth, Wind & Fire. 

SeaWorld's Seven Seas Food Festival runs select days now through May 5.

For more information, visit seaworld.com/orlando

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