Join SeaWorld’s biggest star for an exclusive lunch in a section of the park that’s normally restricted to trainers and animal care specialists. Enjoy a delicious all-you-can-eat buffet at a reserved poolside table, where your host—Shamu—will provide some fun lunchtime entertainment.
Special Offer! Through Aug. 22, you can add a FREE child reservation for every full-paid adult reservation. So come enjoy this exclusive experience with your family this summer. Hurry, space is limited! Offer excludes Saturday reservations.
Eat Well…Do Good
Our commitment to care for the natural world extends to the food that we serve. From sustainable seafood to organic coffee, even our menu items promote environmental responsibility.
Our restaurants serve seafood that is sustainable. Our shrimp, scallops, crab and numerous varieties of fish are purchased from sustainably managed fisheries and aquaculture farms, many of which are certified by the Marine Stewardship Council and/or Global Aquaculture Alliance.
Why is it important to choose sustainable seafood? As the world’s appetite for seafood skyrockets and commercial fishing becomes increasingly efficient, many of our ocean’s fisheries are overfished, overexploited or collapsing. Choosing sustainable seafood that was responsibly fished or farmed replenishes our oceans, preserves species and ensures a healthy world for future generations.
Our signature Dine with Shamu® dining experience also features menu items that are sustainable, organic and locally sourced. From fresh Florida avocados to locally-grown sweet Texas onions, in-season produce is selected straight from local regional famers. This ensures not only that our guests getting the freshest produce available, but also that this produce has a minimal carbon footprint.
So enjoy your meal, and know you are helping to care for the world we share.
Subject to capacity limitations. Advanced reservations are required. There is a 24-hour cancellation policy for this experience. Admission is required but not included. Children under 3 are free but require reservation.