Beautiful topiaries, flowers as far as the eye can see, and themed snacks and treats? It’s time for the Epcot 2020 Flower and Garden Festival!
And, while we’ve given you a sneak peek at the food booths returning this year, we’ve finally got the deets on the eats!!!
The 2020 Epcot International Flower and Garden Festival will run from March 4 – June 1, 2020. And today we’re bringing you the FULL MENUS for the Festival’s Outdoor Kitchens!
This annual celebration of all things that bloom features gorgeous themed topiaries around the park, the Garden Rocks Concert Series, and much more!
Our personal favorite feature of the Festival is the Outdoor Kitchens. These food booths, similar to the Marketplace Booths for the Food and Wine Festival — focus on flavors fresh from the garden for Epcot’s spring festival. And today, we have the FULL MENUS for the Outdoor Kitchens!
There will be a total of 16 Food Booths for 2020 (PLUS additional locations with specialty items around Epcot including dedicated Festival items at Block & Hans and the Refreshment Port). We can’t wait to try the new Popsicle Trio, which will include Honeydew, Raspberry-Mint, and Coconut-Lime popsicles from Refreshment Port!
Returning favorites and all-new eats will make up the offerings, so let’s take a look!
NEW Booths and Menu Items
The NEW Booth this year is Magnolia Terrace. Menu items will include a Southern Seafood Boil, Grilled Oysters, House-Made Boudin Two Ways, Pecan Cake with Maple Whipped Cream, and more!
This year, Jardin de Fiestas will have an all-new menu! Expect new menu items like Chilaquiles de Pollo, Quesadilla al Pastor, and Choriqueso Torta.
Also, look for all-new menu items returning booths like Hanami. They will now be servin’ up a Menchi Katsu Slider which is a Japanese-style panko-breaded beef patty topped with Tonkatsu Sauce, mayonnaise, cucumber, and pickled lotus root. They have also added a Salmon Flower Ikura to the menu. This is fresh-cut salmon with salmon roe, spinach and watermelon radish, and chilled ramen tossed with poke sauce.
Returning Festival Favorites
Be sure to check out our FULL MENU Page to see if your favorite items are coming back this year! For now, we’ll just remind you of a few of our favorites from the returning Festival booths and items, like the Toasted Pretzel Bread topped with Black Forest Ham and Melted Gruyère Cheese at Bauernmarkt!
And, of course, Frushi is coming back to Hanami!
Our beloved and mega Insta-worthy Violet Lemonade will also be returning to the 2020 Flower and Garden Festival. You can find it at Pineapple Promenade!
You can see it ALL on our Flower and Garden Festival Food Booths page!
What are you looking forward to snacking on the most at this year’s Flower and Garden Festival? Let us know in the comments below!