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More 2014 Epcot Food and Wine Festival Menu Items (Puerto Rico is BACK!)

We’ve got a few more updates for you about the booths and menus at the 2014 Epcot Food and Wine Festival! Ya-hoo!!

Food and Wine Festival Updates

This year’s Food and Wine Festival will start on September 19th and run for an epic 53 days!! The newest booth to be introduced will be Patagonia, featuring dishes from Argentina and Chile.

Also returning this year will be the Africa Booth, Scotland Booth, Puerto Rico Booth (YAY!! This one’s back after a hiatus), Terra Booth, Hawai’i Booth, Hops and Barley Booth, Bean to Bar experience, and more!

We’ve already reported on some of the dishes from the Patagonia Booth, Farm Fresh Booth, and Brazil Booth. Let’s take a peek at a few more menu items!

Food and Wine Festival 2014

Patagonia Booth — 2014 Epcot Food and Wine Festival

This mish-mosh of a booth will treat guests to a variety of South American goodies! Be sure to head here to try Roasted Verlasso Salmon with Quinoa Salad and Arugula Chimichurri, paired with Cono Sur Bicicleta Viognier.

Puerto Rico Booth — 2014 Epcot Food and Wine Festival

We’re SO excited to see the Puerto Rico booth back in action after a hiatus last year. This was one booth that was sorely missed, and I can’t wait to see what the full menu looks like.

Puerto Rico Booth

In the meantime, here are a few menu items we know will be available:
“Papa Rellena” — Crispy Fried Potato Balls stuffed with Pork and Beef (YUM!)
“Carne Guisada con Arroz Blanco” — Slow Braised Beef with Puerto Rican Grown Rice
Medalla Light

Africa Booth — 2014 Epcot Food and Wine Festival

The Africa Booth returns yet again in 2014!

Africa Booth

Africa Booth

This year, guests will be able to enjoy South African Bobotie with Turkey and Mushrooms!

Bobotie

Bobotie

Scotland Booth — 2014 Epcot Food and Wine Festival

Scotland is back for its second year in a row!

Scotland Booth

Scotland Booth

I can’t wait to try the new Sea Scallop with Spinach Cheddar Gratin and Crispy Bacon!

Farm Fresh Booth — 2014 Epcot Food and Wine Festival

The Farm Fresh Booth replaces the Florida booth from last year!

Farm Fresh Marketplace

Farm Fresh Marketplace

Stop by to try these yummy new dishes:
Griddled “Yard Bird” with Braised Greens and House Made Habanero Sauce
“Bacon and Eggs” featuring applewood-smoked, pepper-coated bacon, sweet corn, potatoes, Hollandaise, and pickled jalapeños
Chateau St. Michelle & Dr. Loosen Eroica® Riesling

Hawai’i Booth — 2014 Epcot Food and Wine Festival

Grab your boogie board, Hawai’i returns again this year!

Hawaii Booth at the Epcot International Food and Wine Festival

Hawaii Booth at the Epcot International Food and Wine Festival

Don’t forget to stop by and try the Aulani Sunset featuring Sammy’s Beach Bar Rum! (Yep, this one’s different from the Aulani Sunrise last year!)

Terra Booth — 2014 Epcot Food and Wine Festival

The festival’s only all-vegan booth returns this year featuring a few new items!

Terra Marketplace Booth

Terra Marketplace Booth

These include:
Blackened Chick’n Breast, Farr, Spicy Gumbo Sauce featuring Gardein Chick’n Breast
Paperboy Red

Hops and Barley — 2014 Epcot Food and Wine Festival

Hooray for desserts! I can’t WAIT to sink my teeth into the Fresh Baked Carrot Cake with Craisins® and Cream Cheese Icing at Hops and Barley!

Hops and Barley USA Marketplace

Hops and Barley USA Marketplace

Refreshment Port — 2014 Epcot Food and Wine Festival

Another “not really a booth, but they count it anyway” stop is Refreshment Port. This place is open year round, and it looks like the guest-favorite Cronut (Croissant Doughnut) is going to be on the Food and Wine Menu!

cronut a la mode

cronut a la mode

Bean to Bar — 2014 Epcot Food and Wine Festival

Looks like the chocolate display will be returning to the Festival this year! We love this delicious Drinking Chocolate!

Ghirardelli Drinking Chocolate from Epcot Food and Wine Festival

Ghirardelli Drinking Chocolate from Epcot Food and Wine Festival

Block & Hans — 2014 Epcot Food and Wine Festival

Another year-round spot featuring specialty items for the Festival, Block & Hans is usually a craft beer joint. Looks like they’re expanding their horizons!
The Great American Wine Company, Chardonnay
Domaine Chandon, Brut Sparkling Blanc de Noir

Block & Hans Craft Beer Kiosk

Block & Hans Craft Beer Kiosk

We’re keeping track of all of the menu items and will deliver updates to you as soon as we get them!

Want more great updates about the 2014 Epcot Food and Wine Festival?

Be sure to check out our 2014 Epcot Food and Wine Festival Page, and join our Disney Food Blog Newsletter for the latest details and updates! We’ve heard a few more fun details about the France booth that we can’t wait to share with you!

News! The DFB Guide to the 2014 Epcot Food & Wine Festival e-Book is now available for Pre-Order!

This 250-page guide to the Festival offers insider tips and advice as well as all of the details you need to know to plan your best Festival visit ever. Pre-order your 2014 edition today, and download the 2013 guide for FREE — immediately! The 2014 edition will be delivered to your inbox when it’s published in late July or early August!

Your purchase includes several bonus items as well — including a full daily schedule of events at the Festival and a printable World Showcase Booth Menu Checklist to carry with you as you Eat around the World!

Use code Chefs at check-out for a $3 discount!

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23 Comments

  1. Kristi says:

    Any idea when they plan to release the full line-up since it’s starting early this year?

  2. AJ says:

    Kristi — You just NEVER know. They released it last year on July 30th, but it’s always been in early July in previous years. We’ll keep you updated!

  3. Samantha says:

    I really hope they bring back the pulled pork slider from Hawaii!!! Soooo tasty!

  4. Sandy says:

    All this great food AND Mickey’ Not So Scary Halloween Party on Oct. 31st AND free dining on my first trip????…I cannot contain my excitement!!!!

  5. Summer says:

    Yipee! We booked our trip last week for NINE glorious days during the festival and I can’t wait…I always look forward to all of the updates that come out over the summer! We’re hoping to sign up for a handful of “experiences” that we’ve never had enough time to do in the past…the Parisian breakfast is at the top of my wish-list :) Thanks for all the info!!!

  6. RJ says:

    This will be my first food and wine festival. We went to the flower festival and this year they had the food and we enjoyed it so much we decided to try this festvial. I can’t wait for the list. Does this festival do the passport so you can see what everyone has?

  7. Sue Yokley says:

    I have never been to the Food and Wine or the flower festival in the spring. How do they work? We usually get a dining plan, can we pay with a dining plan? Or would it be a better value to pay? Are there enough samples to consider them a meal? Which booths give the best value?

  8. Nicole says:

    I am REALLY bummed to be missing out on this! Papas Rellenas are sooooo goooood! Maybe I’ll just have to get my mom to make me some, then put on Disney music in the background and pretend I’m in my happy place…

  9. Melisa says:

    Booths do not accept dining plan, everything is a la carte, but we end up eating so much in an attempt to “eat around the world”to taste everything . Best time of the year to go, and no dining reservations required! Can’t wait till Sept!!!

  10. Sarah says:

    @ Sue:

    For the different food festivals there are a number of extra booths set up that you don’t see other times of the year. Each booth features several different items, usually geared towards a specific country or region, and you pay for whatever items you want to try. I think just about all the food items for sale can be bought using a snack credit from the dining plan. I personally don’t think a single item would suffice as a meal, but buying several certainly would. Value is going to depend on the different offerings. If an item is only a few dollars, you may want to just pay for it. There have been items in the past though that are closer to the $5 range and above- those would be a better use of a snack credit.

  11. AJ says:

    Actually, the booths DO accept Disney Dining Plan snack credits for many of the items. It really makes sense to use your snack credits for these items as they’re often $5 or more. Good value!

  12. AJ says:

    Sue — You should pick up our DFB Guide to the Epcot Food and Wine Festival. It will answer all your questions and more! Use code CHEFS for a $3 discount!

  13. Erin says:

    I’m hoping the spinach and paneer pocket is back at the Africa booth. That was a family favorite last year.

  14. Wendy says:

    I hope China will be back, I LOVED the Mongolian beef on a steamed bun, it is hands down my favorite thing!

  15. Kristi says:

    Thanks AJ! We are excited as this will be our first F&W since they bumped the date up by a week. We have read cover to cover the DFB guide from 2013 and are excited for the 2014 version :-)

  16. Shannon says:

    Can’t wait for the full line up. We’re going in October and are planning to do 2 days at the festival. Hope I can get through all of the booths and get my “completed” stamp in my passport! :-)

  17. Marie says:

    Ban office tart is not a Scottish dish maybe better with tablet ice cream

  18. Vic says:

    I’m SOO excited for this!

    One quick note though: could you change “Africa Booth” to “South Africa Booth”? Africa is not a country :)

  19. AJ says:

    Vic — The booth actually *is* the Africa booth. Many booths (eg Terra, Patagonia, and Farm Fresh) are not countries, but instead represent regions or cultures. The photo there is from two years ago when it was the South Africa booth.

  20. Mary says:

    We are booked for seven nights and waiting impatiently for the guide to arrive. I am wondering if there will be any gluten free items.

  21. Brooke says:

    RJ — Yep! Passports have been available at the Festival Center in the past. You can pick one up to keep track of the dishes, and you can also collect stamps from each of the Booths! Makes for a fun souvenir.

  22. AJ says:

    Mary — Normally there are gluten free options available, and Cast Members working the booths can tell you how to make other items gluten free by altering the way they’re ordered (leaving off a garnish or the bread, for example.)

  23. Amy says:

    Has there been any chatter about Party for the Senses and when the dates will be announced? Its holding up my planning!

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