Epcot’s Food & Wine Festival – More Marketplace Snack and Beverages
The Epcot Food and Wine Festival has grown like crazy which means that it can be very busy at times. You’ll want to plan ahead to miss the biggest crowds. My advice is to visit during the weekday before noon. If you have small children, avoid going on Saturday after about 2 pm. Saturday afternoon and evenings are very crowded and busy. Also many adults drinking and partying. Not a time for families with young children!
Here are some more of my favorites food and drinks (Yes, I have personally tried all of these over the years) at Epcot’s Food & Wine Festival:
- Roast Bratwurst in a Pretzel Roll – a nice portion of Bratwurst in a soft pretzel roll. Very filling.
- Apple Strudel with Vanilla Sauce – One of my favorite desserts at F&W Festival. Flakey strudel with yummy vanilla sauce!
- Loaded Greek “Nachos”: Pita Chips, Meatless Sausage Crumbles, and Vegan Tzatziki
- Bougatsa: Warm Phyllo Dough Strudel with Sweet Vanilla Custard, Lemon Honey Syrup and Cinnamon
- Kalua Pork Slider with Sweet and Sour DOLE® Pineapple Chutney and Spicy Mayonnaise
Hops & Barley
- New England Lobster Roll
- Smoked Beef Brisket and Pimento Cheese served on Griddled Garlic Toast
- Freshly Baked Carrot Cake and Cream Cheese Icing
- Beer Flight
- Roasted Irish Sausage with Colcannon Potatoes and Onion Gravy
- Guinness Blonde American Lager
- Twinings® Pumpkin Chai Tea Frozen Cocktail with Caramel Vodka
Islands of the Caribbean
- Mojo Pork with Black Beans, Cilantro Rice, and Pickled Red Onions (GF)
- Frozen Mojito
Stay tuned for more “foodie” recommendations when visiting Epcot’s International Food & Wine Festival.
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