Seasons EATINGS from the 2019 Epcot International Festival of the Holidays, everybody!
We’ve been noshing around the Holiday Kitchens as we’ve been LIVE at the first day of Festival of the Holidays! Now, we’re back with the classic American Holiday Table Booth for some good ol’ famous favorites.
The American Holiday Table is a popular booth featuring some of our favorite traditions that we’ve grown to know and love during the holiday season.
And, we’re ready to get our snackin’ and sippin’ on with the new and returning items coming to the booth!
If you’re taking part in the Cookie Stroll, you can pick up the SUPER CUTE Gingerbread Cookie for $2.50 or a Disney Dining Plan snack credit. Although it tastes just like regular gingerbread, it’s a sweet treat you can definitely dip in…
…Hot Cocoa for $3.50 and Cocoa Candy Cane for $11! The Cocoa Candy Cane is the alcoholic version of the Hot Cocoa, mixed with peppermint schnapps!
Although this year’s version is pretty similar to 2018, we couldn’t help but love the balance of peppermint and chocolate in this drink! The marshmallows on top are a nice, creamy addition that complements the smooth cocoa. If you’re looking for something to sip on while you walk around Festival of the Holidays, you might want to check this one out!!
We love having different beer flights each year for Christmastime in Epcot! And, the Holiday Beer Flight for $9.50 at American Holiday Table has some GREAT new options!
You can take a taste of the 81 Bay Brewing Company Cinnamon Cranberry Orange Wheat Ale…
…Shipyard Egg Nog White Porter…
…and Playalinda Brewing Co. Peppermint Chocolate Porter for 2019!
The Peppermint Chocolate Porter happens to be very peppermint-y (so if you’re not a peppermint-in-your-beer fan…maybe share or skip it), while the Egg Nog White Porter doesn’t taste much like ‘nog (but definitely smells awesome). Our favorite this year just happened to be the Cinnamon Cranberry Orange Wheat Ale, which had plenty of fruity and spicy notes to it.
While we enjoyed the new items, we were also excited to see some of our favorites return! If your family is more of a ham-for-Christmas type crew, you can pick up the Smoked Ham served with green beans and sweet potato casserole. Plus, this hefty plate is gluten-free for $6!
The Slow-Roasted Turkey is served with stuffing, mashed potatoes, green beans, and some cranberry sauce. It’s basically Thanksgiving (the day after) on a plate for $5.75.
And, last but not least, the Chocolate Pecan Tart has made its way back with its whisky-caramel sauce and fresh whipped cream for $4.50!
We might have to go back for another round of bites and sips here before hitting up all the other booths at the festival this year!
Are you excited to try any goodies from the American Holiday Table Booth? Let us know in the comments below!