We’ve been enjoying all of the delicious treats at the 2020 Taste of EPCOT International Food & Wine Festival.
Even some fan favorite items, like the Italian Margarita in the Italy booth, and the Teriyaki Chicken Bun in the Japan booth, have made their way back to EPCOT. Now, we’ve got news about some MORE BOOTHS that will be joining the festival very soon!
There are quite a few spots where you can grab some delicious items and some fun merchandise as part of the 2020 Taste of EPCOT International Food & Wine Festival, including a whole booth dedicated to gourmet mac & cheese!
Lots of new 2020 International Food & Wine Festival merchandise will be released on September 1st. And now we’ve got confirmation that MORE BOOTHS will also be joining the Festival very soon! While we don’t know the exact date that the new booths will open, we wouldn’t be surprised if they open up around the time that the new merchandise is released. Now the question is, what booths will be joining the lineup?
We believe The Alps will be opening soon as the booth is already up in the park, and the sign notes that it is “Coming This Fall.”
We also believe that the Spain booth will be opening as this next phase in the Festival as it is also already up in EPCOT and says it will be coming soon.
We also believe that The Donut Box will also be opening this fall. This is another one that is currently up in EPCOT but says it’s “Coming This Fall.” We definitely hope this booth returns so we can enjoy some more of those sweet treats we snacked on last year!
Also, we can’t be sure just yet, but we are guessing that 2 or 3 more booths will also open this fall. If we had to guess, one of the booths that is currently up in EPCOT but is unnamed looks like it may be Flavors from Fire.
It looks very familiar to the 2019 Flavors from Fire booth.
We’ve also spotted an unopened and unnamed booth which was the structure for…
…the previous Chocolate Studio. Could this be one of the booths opening soon? We aren’t sure, but we’ll certainly be on the lookout for any new signage on or near this booth.
We’ll keep our eyes (and noses) open for the sights (and smells) of any new booths and let you know what we find out!
What booths would you like to see at the Food & Wine Festival? Let us know in the comments!
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