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Disney just announced the food booths that will be available at Epcot’s Food and Wine festival this year!
Food and Wine Festival
The International Food and Wine Festival returns to Epcot this year! This is one of my (Monica) favorite festivals and has the best food in my opinion. Like the last few years, the festival will start in July (July 14 to be exact) and end on November 19.
We shared a first look recently at what all will be offered, which you can read about HERE. Just a few moments ago, we also shared a first look at the lineup for the Eat to the Beat concert series.
A big part of Food and Wine Festival…is the food and wine! Here are the global marketplaces available this year.
Indulge in comforting Alpine cuisine, like warm Raclette Swiss cheese served with a baguette.
Embark on a culinary journey Down Under as you sample popular Australian food and wine.
Celebrate autumn with tasty apple creations—like an apple tart or apple cider.
Satisfy your sweet tooth with a fluffy Belgian waffle—and pair it with a bold Belgian beer.
Dig into South American cuisine and culture with the Land of the Palms’ finest fare.
Brew Wing at the Odyssey – Opening August 15
Try a variety of flavorful chicken wings—along with assorted beers and ciders.
Discover delightful dishes and refreshing beverages from the Great White North.
Coastal Eats – Opening August 15
Savor succulent seafood dishes that pair beautifully with cold beer, wine and cocktails.
Please your palate with popular Chinese plates, bubble tea, draft beer and cocktails.
Earth Eats hosted by Impossible™
Delight in hearty, plant-based fare featuring impossible foods, as well as wine or a refreshing cocktail.
Flavors from Fire
Enjoy heartwarming dishes inspired by campfire-cooked summertime favorites.
Fall in love with the classic cuisine of France—along with assorted wines or a slushy cocktail.
The Fry Basket – NEW!
Snack on crispy French fries or yucca fries, seasoned to perfection.
Venture to Germany for Bavarian bites sure to sate foodies of all ages—every dish is delicious!
Grandpa! Enjoy traditional Greek dishes like spanakopita or a gyro.
Hawaiʻi – Opening August 15
Traverse the Pacific for tropical flavors and island favorites both savory and sweet.
Hops & Barley
Stay stateside for all-American craft beer, wines and the hottest tastes from coast to coast.
Spice up your life with Indian cuisine, like samosas and chicken tikka masala.
Enjoy favorites from the Emerald Isle, like Irish sausage and seafood pie—which pair wonderfully with Irish ale and mead honey wine.
Relish the simple elegance of cucina italianawith some of the world’s best-loved food and wine.
Delight your appetite with delish dishes and lively libations from the Land of the Rising Sun.
Set off on a safari of flavor as you enjoy traditional Kenyan food and beer.
Mac & Eats – Opening August 15
Discover macaroni and cheese combos your mom never imagined!
Take your taste buds south of the border for tacos, tostadas, Mexican craft beer and margaritas.
The Noodle Exchange – Opening August 15
Savor the flavors of the Far East served up in delicious noodle dishes.
Shimmering Sips hosted by CORKCICLE®
Get the brunch party started! Sample sweet treats and sip on sparkling mimosas.
Feast on flavorful Spanish foods—like paella and charcuterie—along with beer and wine.
The Swanky Saucy Swine
Try out tantalizing pork dishes that pair well with wine and cocktails.
Tangierine Cafe: Flavors of the Medina
Treat your senses to traditional Moroccan cuisine, like grilled kebabs and a falafel pita.
Delight your appetite with mouthwatering morsels, nibbles and noshes from these year-round food stops—each offering special menu items in addition to the regular menu.
- Funnel Cake: Serving a specialty funnel cake
- Joffrey’s Coffee & Tea Company (all 4 in-park locations): Serving a different specialty beverage at each location
- Refreshment Port Hosted by Boursin®: Serving Canadian-inspired comfort food
- Refreshment Outpost: Serving spicy githeri—a traditional Kenyan dish
Which marketplace is your favorite? Looking forward to trying any dishes? Let us know in the comments below and on Facebook.