2014 Epcot Food and Wine Festival Booth Prices and Photos of ALL Food Menu Items Now Available (And More of Our Favorites!)

We’re having a blast reporting to you LIVE from the 2014 Epcot Food and Wine Festival!

Welcome to the Epcot Food and Wine Festival!

Welcome to the Epcot Food and Wine Festival!

It’s super hot, sweaty, humid, rainy, (insert crappy weather term here) at the Fest so far this year, but that would never stop us from #EatingAllTheFood at every one of the Marketplace Booths at this year’s festival.

New Food and Wine Festival Passports

New Food and Wine Festival Passports

Today, I just wanted to remind you and yours (who I know are planning a Festival visit or eight this year) that we’ve got photos of EVERY food menu item (and most of the bevvies as well…except for the $32 Dom flute…I’m totally not buying that) and ALL menus/pricing at the Festival.

Pics and prices are all up on our booth pages, which you can find here!

2014 Farm Fresh Marketplace Booth Menu - Click for larger image

2014 Farm Fresh Marketplace Booth Menu – Click for larger image

Now, we shared with you on Friday our must-eat favorites from the Festival so far, but mentioned that we had about 17 new menu items that we really loved this year and had to narrow down for the post.

New Brazil Marketplace

New Brazil Marketplace

At the request of several readers, here are a few more of our “you. must. eat. this.” choices at the 2014 Epcot Food and Wine Festival…

Pao de Queijo — Brazil
This cheese bread is simple and delicious. Imagine a savory bun…filled with sharp cheese…an you’re there. If you get a good batch, it should be soft, moist, and veeeeeery cheesy!

Brazilian Cheese Bread

Brazilian Cheese Bread

Cheese Bread Cross Section

Cheese Bread Cross Section

Mango Green Tea with Popping Bubbles — China
What we loved about this was that the “bubbles” weren’t chewy tapioca — they were little bursts of strong mango flavor/juice!

Mango green tea with popping bubbles

Mango green tea with popping bubbles

Crème brûlée caramel fleur de sel — France
A new twist on an old classic, the milk chocolate creme brulee has switched up to a salted caramel version. Very rich. Big portion. What’s not to love?

Creme Brulee Caramel Fleur de Sel

Creme Brulee Caramel Fleur de Sel

Vegetarian moussaka — Greece
A surprising favorite among our staffers this year was this veggie dish. The flavor is fantastic if you’re a moussaka fan.

Vegetarian Moussaka

Vegetarian Moussaka

Vegetarian Moussaka Inside

Vegetarian Moussaka Inside

Carne guisada con arroz blanco — Puerto Rico
This is what we expected to find when we heard the Puerto Rico booth was returning. In the past, this booth had been one of the most flavorful in the Showcase; and you won’t be disappointed this year, either. Wonderful spiciness in this dish.

Carne Guisada con Arroz Blanco

Carne Guisada con Arroz Blanco

We’ll be sharing more from the Festival with you over the coming days, so stay tuned!

Planter Where Bog Used to Be 2-001

To see the full list — and pictures/prices of EVERYTHING — be sure to click over to our Marketplace Booth page!

Want More Details About the 2014 Epcot Food and Wine Festival?

We are always working to bring you all of the latest and most important news and updates on the 2014 Epcot Food and Wine Festival right here, so stay tuned for details and check out all of the info below!

Be sure to join our Disney Food Blog Newsletter for the latest information and details. And keep an eye on our 2014 Epcot Food and Wine Festival Page for updates.

2014 Epcot Food and Wine Festival Index

2014 Epcot Food and Wine Festival Booth and Menu Index — and FOOD PHOTOS!
2014 Epcot Food and Wine Festival Special Events
2014 Epcot Food & Wine Festival Low-Cost/Free Seminars and Activities
2014 Eat to the Beat Concert Schedule and Dining Package Information
2014 Epcot Food and Wine Festival Gluten Free Items
Epcot Food and Wine Festival Fans Facebook Page
2014 Wine and Dine Half Marathon Weekend Events
2014 Tower of Terror 10-miler Events
2014 Swan and Dolphin Food and Wine Classic: Menus, Booking Info available!

How to Book Epcot Food & Wine Festival Events

To book all special events and demonstrations, call 407-WDW-FEST (939-3378) starting July 31 at 7AM ET. Culinary Demonstrations, Beverage Seminars, Mixology Seminars, and general admission for some special events will be bookable online at www.epcotfoodfestival.com.

Tables in Wonderland members, Annual Passholders, Disney Vacation Club Members, and Golden Oak Residents are eligible for a $2 discount (per person, per event) for beverage and mixology seminars and culinary demos taking place Mon-Thurs during the festival. Discounts are by phone at 407-WDW-FEST (939-3378). Stay tuned to DisneyFoodBlog.com and the Disney Food Blog Newsletter for details.

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

Start planning NOW for your trip with our expert advice, plus information on all of the Special Events, Low Cost Seminars and Demonstrations in a handy take-along format.

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

Return to the Main 2014 Epcot Food and Wine Festival Page.

What are your favorite (and not so favorite) eats at the Festival this year? Let us know in the Comments below!

Comments

  1. Shireen says

    Thanks for the great tips and pics! We will be heading to Disney on Monday for the festival for over a week….Exciting stuff! Any DFB meet ups?

  2. Derek says

    When you consider the retail price of a bottle of Dom Perignon, and the fact that many restaurants don’t offer it by the glass – $32 isn’t such a bad deal (I’ve seen it priced at $40 a glass at a local restaurant). It may be worth the splurge to someone who wants to get a taste of vintage champagne.

  3. says

    Shireen — You’re welcome! Have a wonderful and safe trip! No meet-ups til October, sadly!

    Derek — You’re so, so right! I agree completely that it can be a great splurge for someone who loves champagne. It wasn’t a good fit for my budget personally. Thanks for your comment!

  4. Lori says

    I hit up the booths on the 18th, day before published opening. Lines grew quickly but suffering in the heat paid off! I managed to get something from 11 countries. What luck to catch this on our last day of vacation. Best goodies were at Brazil, Mexico and Hawaii. The early shutdown around 7 due to lightning was upsetting. I was in line at Farm Fresh so missed your faves there. What a fun event!

  5. Allison says

    Every gluten free list I’ve seen doesn’t include Brazil’s Cheese Bread, but it’s listed as gluten free in the F&W brochure. Anyone know which is correct?

  6. An Nguyen-Do says

    Have you been on the last day of the festival? We’ll be going to Disney (just me and my husband) Nov. 8-15 this year and were hoping to catch the tail end of the festival.

    I read some past reviews that they were out of a lot of things and I don’t want that to be the case for us if we go. Our only other options are Saturday or Sunday, but I expect those days to be really crowded. I’m trying to figure out what our best options are!

    Thanks.

  7. Disney Fanatics says

    My wife and I have been going to Disney at least 2-3 times a year for the last 15 years.( and we are not locals we are from Myrtle Beach SC ) We always go during the food and wine fest and absolutely love it ! Each time we challenge ourselves to try something new and exciting and are never disappointed. We enjoy every booth and all the people who work there, we know many of them by name now. Cannot miss Italy. We love to try out different wines from around the world and again, never disappointed. After stuffing our faces all day we always go at least once a trip to Victorias and Alberts. Its a must. For you elegant diners out there we recommend Narcoosies, Citrocos, ( both on site where we stay at the Grand Floridian ) and California Grill, we love them all. If you enjoy top notch cuisine these are your places. We will be there Oct 1st for a week to enjoy our favorite food and especially the wine, so don’t drink all the wine before we get there…..

  8. Eileen says

    I have a question – I was just at the Food and Wine festival on Sunday – I purchased a Food and Wine wine glass and had it sent to the gift shop at the entrance to pick up after I was through at Epcot – I picked it up that night and never opened it until I got home last night and found out it is broken!! I am so upset – do you know if there is any way to purchase one online somewhere?Thanks for any help!

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