We were so excited to bring you word that Epcot’s International Flower and Garden Festival this Spring will once again offer Food Kiosks in 2014. And today, we have more news about some of the things you can expect to see this year!
New for the 21st Annual Festival, the kiosks have officially been given the name Outdoor Kitchens. This distinguishes them from their Food and Wine Festival cousins, the Marketplace Booths, which tend to be themed mostly to countries. (If you want to see last year’s Festival Eats, check out our full review!)
In all, expect to see 11 Outdoor Kitchens at this year’s festival, which are sure to pair delicious foods with a full array of beverages once more.
Some popular items are expected to return, but chefs promise that there will be plenty of new dishes to pique our interest as well.
NEW Urban Farm Eats Outdoor Kitchen Debuts at the 2014 Epcot Flower and Garden Festival
This year, guests who attend the festival will be treated to a brand new Outdoor Kitchen featuring a hot new growing trend. The Urban Farm Eats Kitchen will feature sustainably farmed food, such as tilapia and eggplant. Dishes will include Land-Grown Eggplant “Scallop” with Romesco Sauce as well as Ghost Pepper-Dusted Tilapia served with Winter Melon Salad and Mango Chutney. To round out the menu, you can enjoy Vegan Wines in both Red and White Varieties, as well as Gluten-Free Beer.
How awesome is it that we’ll be enjoying foods grown right in The Land Attraction?!
Delicious New Dishes at Smokehouse BBQ
Some of the most highly anticipated treats will be featured at the popular Smokehouse BBQ Outdoor Kitchen.
Brisket and Pulled Pork were big hits last year. But we’re hearing this year will feature brand new selections, like Smoked Turkey Ribs. And I’ll be in line on Day One for a taste of the Piggylicious Bacon Cupcakes(!!!!!!).
We can’t wait to bring you news of all the delicious selections that will be featured during the 2014 Epcot Flower and Garden Festival! Stay tuned to Disney Food Blog for all the details!
What are you looking forward to the most at this year’s Flower and Garden Festival? Comment below and join in the conversation!