Don’t worry — the festival will be running through February 24th, 2020, so there’s plenty of time for you to get down here! Now it’s time for us to pull up a seat at The Artist’s Table!
As always, a highlight for us here at DFB are the Food Studios located around Epcot’s World Showcase, much like the Marketplace Booths you’ll find at Epcot’s International Food and Wine Festival. And Epcot’s Festival of Arts eats are especially pretty to look at! They’re like eating little works of art!
You’ll find The Artist’s Table over by the American Adventure Pavilion. We’re excited to see several returning favorites this year, including the delicious Sipping Chocolate Flight!
Focusing on the savory offerings, we’re also happy to see the return of the Beef Wellington! For $8.25, it comes served with mushroom bordelaise, fennel cream, and roasted baby vegetables, — and it’s a delight!
The Pan-Seared Scallop is also coming back! We think you’ll love the flavors of this one. It’s served with chorizo, roasted red pepper coulis, and a parmesan crisp and costs $7.00.
For sweets, we turn your attention to the Artist Palette Jumbo Chocolate Chip Cookie! For just $5.50, this one’s a festival-MUST if you haven’t had it before. Sure it’s tasty, but it’s also super-cute to take pictures holding!
We were thrilled to see the Sipping Chocolate Flight return! Who doesn’t love drinking chocolate, after all? White, milk and dark chocolate shots for $8.00 are the MAIN ATTRACTION for us at The Artist’s Table!
And if you like sipping your chocolate with a little booze in it (who doesn’t, right?!) you’ll wanna sample the Symphony in Chocolate Flight for $13.00. Unlike the other Sipping Chocolate Flight, this one’s for adults only! It’s white, milk and dark chocolate with the addition of Mozart Cream Liqueurs and this one’s hitting ALL the right notes with us!
Another returning favorite of ours is the Chocolate and Beer Pairing Flight for $12.00! It features the booth’s three chocolate beers (which you can also buy individually) — Saugatuck Brewing Co.’s Neapolitan Milk Stout from Douglas, Michigan, Lexington Brewing Company Kentucky Vanilla Barrel Cream Ale, and the fruity Lindemans Framboise from Lambic, Belgium!
The Artist’s Table also features wine by the glass including an Ame Du Vin Cotes De Provence Rosé for $6.00 and Carmel Road Drew’s Blend Pinot Noir from Monterey County, California for $7.00!
Although The Artist’s Table isn’t bringing anything new to this year’s festival, many of its offerings have become Festival of the Arts fundamentals to us! Since this is only the fourth Festival of the Arts and maybe your first time experiencing it, we think you should definitely make a stop to sample their festival fare!
What is your favorite food studio at the 2020 Epcot International Festival of the Arts? Let us know!