Sneak Peek: FULL MENUS Now Available for Epcot Festival of the Arts!

We’re just DAYS AWAY from the very first Epcot Festival of the Arts! And today we have FULL BOOTH MENUS for you! (And, yes. They totally have Pop Tarts on the menu??!??!?!)

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We’re getting ready for this brand new Festival to kick off Friday, January 13th. This celebration of the arts — focusing on Visual, Culinary, and Performing Arts — will run Fridays through Mondays for six weekends, ending on February 20th.

We’ve already learned about the event’s Interactive Workshops where participants will be able to channel their own inner artists, while the Disney on Broadway Concert Series will offer guests the chance to enjoy hearing Broadway talent perform classic Disney songs. (Find out about how you can book a Dining Package for the Concert Series here!)

And now, as the debut rapidly approaches, we’re taking a look at the aspect we at the DFB are most interested in: Food Studios (otherwise known as Booths) will be found around World Showcase, both along the Promenade and tucked near a few Pavilions.

While you can link to our main Epcot Festival of the Arts page here to see the full menus for all seven of the Food Studios, we thought we’d show you a few of the items we’re most excited to try, so you can start making your own list, too!

Click here to see FULL MENUS for each Epcot Festival of the Arts booth!!

E=AT²

E=AT² will feature an array of “deconstructed” items, from a Reuben and a Deconstructed Breakfast to a BLT with crispy pork belly, tomato jam, and soft poached egg.

Deconstructed BLT with Crispy Pork Belly, Tomato Jam, and Soft Poached Egg ©Disney

BLT with Crispy Pork Belly, Tomato Jam, and Soft Poached Egg ©Disney

Masterpiece Kitchen

Look for Masterpiece Kitchen to be located near the Canada Pavilion — a fitting location for the Wild Mushroom Risotto with aged parmesan, truffle shavings, and zinfandel reduction (given the popularity of the Mushroom Risotto served with the Filet Mignon at Canada’s Le Cellier).

Wild Mushroom Risotto ©Disney

Wild Mushroom Risotto with aged parmesan, truffle shavings, and zinfandel reduction ©Disney

Masterpiece Kitchen will also serve up Classic Sidecars with a Chocolate Twist, as well as a Charcuterie Palette with Artisan Cured Meats, Nueske’s Smoked Duck Breast and Cheese.

Classic Sidecar with a Chocolate Twist -- Masterpiece Kitchen Food Studio ©Disney

Classic Sidecar with a Chocolate Twist  ©Disney

Charcuterie Palette with Artisan Cured Meats, Nueske's Smoked Duck Breast and Cheese  -- Masterpiece Kitchen Food Studio ©Disney

Charcuterie Palette with Artisan Cured Meats, Nueske’s Smoked Duck Breast and Cheese ©Disney

Pop Eats!

Several aspects of the Festival will focus on the Visual Arts, such as gallery displays featuring the art of Mary Blair and contemporary Disney artists such as Joe Kaminski and Costa Alavezos.

Pop't Art: Modern Designed Sugar Cookie with Chocolate Hazelnut Filling -- Pop Eats Food Studio ©Disney

Pop’t Art: Modern Designed Sugar Cookie with Chocolate Hazelnut Filling — Pop Eats Food Studio ©Disney

Pop Eats! will be celebrating the Visual Arts in its own way, by serving up mini works of food art with the “Pop’t Arts” (designed sugar cookies with chocolate-hazelnut filling) and an Almond Frangipane Cake layered with Raspberry Jam and Chocolate.

Almond Frangipane Cake layered with Raspberry Jam and Chocolate -- Pop Eats! Food Studio ©Disney

Almond Frangipane Cake layered with Raspberry Jam and Chocolate — Pop Eats! Food Studio ©Disney

Decadent Delights

It looks like we should expect the unexpected from Decadent Delights, which will offer a Deconstructed Purple Sweet Potato Pie; Salted Caramel, Bourbon-soaked Cake and Marshmallow Whipped Cream; along with a Crisp Caramel Chocolate Mousse Bar with flavored merengue kisses and passion fruit coulis.

Deconstructed Purple Sweet Potato Pie, Salted Caramel, Bourbon-soaked Cake and Marshmallow Whipped Cream -- Decadent Delights Food Studio ©Disney

Deconstructed Purple Sweet Potato Pie; Salted Caramel, Bourbon-soaked Cake and Marshmallow Whipped Cream — Decadent Delights Food Studio ©Disney

Crisp Caramel Chocolate Mousse Bar, Flavored Merengue Kisses and Passion Fruit Sauce ©Disney

Crisp Caramel Chocolate Mousse Bar, Flavored Merengue Kisses and Passion Fruit Sauce ©Disney

Painter’s Palate

Okay. We’re pretty much PUMPED to try the Trio of Savory Croissant Doughnuts at Painter’s Palate, which will be located in the Odyssey Festival Showplace.

Trio of Savory Croissant Doughnuts -- Painter's Palate Food Studio ©Disney

Trio of Savory Croissant Doughnuts — Painter’s Palate Food Studio ©Disney

The trio’s flavors will include Whipped Herb Cheese with Sea Salt, Chicken Mousse with Fresh Herbs and Everything Bagel Seasoning, and Spicy Tuna with Sriracha Mayonnaise and Sesame Seeds.

The trio can be followed up with a Pomegranate Mule (yes, please!) featuring the Ginger People Ginger Beer and Van Gogh Vodka.

Pomegranate Mule featuring the Ginger People Ginger Beer and Van Gogh Vodka -- Painter's Palate Food Studio ©Disney

Pomegranate Mule featuring the Ginger People Ginger Beer and Van Gogh Vodka — Painter’s Palate Food Studio ©Disney

The Artist’s Table

Look for The Artist’s Table near the American Adventure Pavilion. This might be a great one to visit for those traveling with kiddos, thanks to the Artist Palette Jumbo Chocolate Chip Cookie.

Artist Palette Jumbo Chocolate Chip Cookie ©Disney

Artist Palette Jumbo Chocolate Chip Cookie ©Disney

A Pan-Seared Scallop with chorizo, roasted red pepper coulis and a parmesan crisp will be available as well.

Pan-Seared Scallop with Chorizo, Roasted Red Pepper Coulis, and Parmesan Crisp -- at The Artist Table Food Studio ©Disney

Pan-Seared Scallop with Chorizo, Roasted Red Pepper Coulis, and Parmesan Crisp — at The Artist’s Table Food Studio ©Disney

Cuisine Classique

We’ll be very curious to see if the Braised Beef Short Rib with parsnip puree, broccolini, baby tomatoes and aged balsamic at Cuisine Classique will follow the trend set by the recent Holidays Around the World event, which served up portions closer to full-sized entrees (as opposed to the traditional tapas-sized items served at the Food and Wine and Flower and Garden Festivals).

Braised Beef Short Rib with Parsnip Puree, Broccolini, Baby Tomatoes, and Aged Balsamic -- Classic Cuisine Food Studio ©Disney

Braised Beef Short Rib with Parsnip Puree, Broccolini, Baby Tomatoes, and Aged Balsamic — Cuisine Classique Food Studio ©Disney

We’re definitely intrigued by what we’ve seen so far! How about you?

Remember, to see the FULL MENUS for each booth, head over to our Epcot Festival of the Arts Page!

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Comments

  1. Hannah says

    Thanks for the info…..I’m just so disappointed this is going on while we’re there. Running out of options for slower, less crowded times.

  2. Mark says

    We had the Charcuterie board at last year’s Flower and Garden. It was a complete ripoff. The pate was about the same size as a quarter. We’ll wait for your real photos before deciding what to try.

  3. says

    Mark — We’ll be there on Friday, so expect a first look shortly after, and we’ll be sharing on social media as well. Stay tuned.

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