Epcot’s 2020 Festival of the Arts is finally here to celebrate the culinary, visual, and performing arts!
And, at this year’s festival, there’s a lot to see, do, and taste (and we are SO excited)! Whether you’re a foodie at heart looking to taste your way around the World Showcase, or you’re a die-hard Broadway fan, there’s something for just about everyone to enjoy! Annnnd, we’re taking you with us LIVE to indulge in all the savory and sweet eats and drinks.
The Refreshment Port might not be one of the Food Studios, but it is an additional location offering festival food! And, even though you can get the Beef Brisket Poutine and Traditional Poutine that they serve daily, there are also exclusive treats for the Festival of the Arts!
And, returning this year are the Lobster Chips with their cheesy and spicy goodness! The dish features house-made potato chips and topped with tender chunks of lobster drizzled with a rich lobster bisque cheese sauce, pickled jalapeños, and a bright citrus cream ($10.50)! Sounds like a dream? It is, DFB fam! IT IS!
If you’re looking to wash down those delicious Lobster Chips, you have two options to choose from this year! First, there’s the NEW Ciderboys Zen Berry Apple Boysenberry Hard Cider ($11.25) from Stevens Point, Wisconsin! PACKERS!)
Although the cider wasn’t too sweet, it was definitely very fruit-forward (which we loved). If you’re looking for something refreshing while you keep checking out all the food booths, the Ciderboys Zen Berry Apple Boysenberry Hard Cider is super smooth and delicious.
Or, if you’re thinking it’s more wine-o-clock (our watches are always tellin’ us it’s wine time), you can go with the Spottswoode Sauvignon Blanc ($12) made in Napa Valley, California!
If you’re still hungry (we always are), you can follow along with us as we check out the rest of the booth at this year’s Epcot Festival of the Arts!
Are you going to check out the Festival of the Arts this year? Let us know in the comments!