And while Disney’s officially released which food booths will be returning along with their menus, they’ve yet to announce how much we can expect to pay!
But that all changed today when we noticed some of the food booths scattered throughout the World Showcase were beginning to post their menus WITH PRICES!
Pineapple Promenade’s menu revealed its prices which include the Spicy Hot Dog for $8, Mixed Berry Buttermilk Cake for $5, and Dole Whip for $5.25. The price of one of the Flower and Garden Festival’s signature frozen drinks, Violet Lemonade, has increased from $4.25 to $4.50 this year.
Meanwhile, it looks like the Trowel & Trellis’ returning menu offerings from last year including the Grilled Street Corn on the Cob, Farmhouse Meatball, and Chocolate Pudding Terrarium have all gone up 25 cents.
Trowel and Trellis’ has the same beverage offerings as last year which have also slightly increased.
We got to preview the prices for the all-new Magnolia Terrace making its Flower and Garden debut this year! While earlier we got to try some of the new eats you’ll find at this outdoor kitchen centrally located in the American Adventure pavilion, know we know how much they’re gonna cost!
The Southern Seafood Boil is $8, while the Grilled Oysters are priced at $7.50. House-made Boudin Two Way (one of our favorites on the new menu!) costs $5.50 and for dessert, Magnolia Terrace’s Pecan Cake is $4.75 while their Pecan Praline is $4.25!
Beers including Wild Heaven Beer Session Citrus Lager, The Duck-Rabbit Craft Brewery Amber Ale, and Parish Brewing Co. Ghost in the Machine Double IPA will be $4.50 each or $9.50 for a flight.
At La Isla Fresca, the Sugar Cane Shrimp Skewer has remained at $7 while the Lamb Curry and Tropical Mousse Cup have increased by 25 cents.
La Isla Fresca’s drink costs vary from $4.50 up to $10 for the Spiked Tropical Freeze.
Baukrnmarket in Germany’s pavilion has eats that range from $5.50 to $4.50.
Beverages at Bauernmarkt start at $4.50 and go all the way up to $10 for the Apfelschaumwein.
What could be more exciting than an Orange Bird Sipper? How about a Spike the Bee Sipper? According to The Honey Bee-stro’s new menu, you’ll be able to score your Spike Sippers fully-loaded with the Honey Peach Freeze (which btw, is DEE-LICIOUS!) for $15 bucks, the same as Orange Bird!
The Honey Bee-stro also serves some of the dishes we’re most excited about getting our hands on when the festival begins. Here are the 2020 prices for their tasty, bee-utiful cuisine!
And here’s the menu for Northern Bloom, Canada’s outdoor kitchen! Seared Scallops will set you back $7 while the booth’s most affordable food item is the Grilled Maple Pound Cake for $4.75.
Northern Bloom’s beverages range from $4.50 to $13!
It’s not unusual to see small price hikes year-to-year with the festival food booths menus, so everything looks to be about what we were expecting!
That’s all of the Flower and Garden Festival outdoor kitchens that have posted their prices so far, but we’ll keep checking back and updating you as more booths put their menus up! We also saw signage going up for the new Garden Graze menu items you can learn more about HERE!
What are you most excited about trying at this year’s Flower and Garden Festival when it starts March 4th? Let us know in the comments below!