We’re talking all kinds of food booths, the return of the cheese crawl, scavenger hunts, and more! We previously got a look at all of the booths that are confirmed to return to the festival, but now we’ve got a look at ALL of the menus for these booths! Warning: you might not want to read this post while hungry!
Today we’re sharing the FULL MENUS for all of the Food & Wine Festival’s Outdoor Kitchens!
During this year’s festival, there will be LOTS of festival-exclusive outdoor kitchens or locations with festival-specific offerings. This includes some specialty items that will be available at locations throughout EPCOT, like Joffrey’s Coffee & Tea Company kiosks.
While there are a number of returning booths and items, there are also quite a few newcomers.
Let’s take a look at some of the BIG changes and important info you need to know right now.
NEW Booths and Menu Items
In terms of new booths this year, we’ve actually quite a few new spots that will be joining the festival!
One of those new spots is The Noodle Exchange, which will feature noodle-inspired dishes like Traditional Spicy Vietnamese Beef Pho with Shaved Beef, Enoki Mushrooms, and Thai Basil and Char Siu Pork Udon with Enoki Mushrooms, Bok Choy, and Soy Pickled Egg.
If you’re a fan of noodles, it sounds like this might be the booth for you!
There will also be a new booth called The Swanky Saucy Swine. This spot will be serving up a variety of dishes, including Crispy Barbecue Pork Rinds with Pimento Cheese (which is actually part of Emile’s Fromage Montage, a.k.a. the cheese crawl)…
…as well as Soy-glazed Sticky Ribs with Green Onions and Peanuts and other dishes!
We will be checking out these new items and bringing you ALL of our thoughts on them soon, so be sure to stay tuned for our reviews!
Returning Festival Favorites
While we are excited about trying some of the new booths and new menu items, sometimes there’s nothing quite like having a returning favorite!
This year, a number of festival favorites or classics will be returning including the Canadian Cheddar and Bacon Soup served with a Pretzel Roll at the Canada Booth…
So, if you’re looking for some of those classics, be sure to check out the full menus to see what’s returning!
Just keep in mind that some of the booths at this year’s festival won’t actually open until October! This is really important to keep in mind if you were planning to visit the Festival earlier. Be sure to check if some of your favorites won’t be opening until later.
Want even more Food & Wine Festival tips, tricks, and news? Check out the links below:
- Click here to see 8 tricks the pros use to tackle EPCOT’s Food & Wine Festival
- Click here to get a first look at the 2021 EPCOT Food & Wine Festival spirit jersey
- Click here to see how to tackle the Food & Wine Festival with kids
- Click here to see the ultimate packing list for EPCOT’s Food & Wine Festival
- And click here for our ULTIMATE guide to the 2021 Food & Wine Festival!
You’ll also want to make sure to check out our DFB Guide to the EPCOT Food & Wine Festival before you head out for your day of globetrotting adventure!🌐 Our 250+ page guide is packed full of all the details, tips, recommendations, and reviews you need for a successful festival visit–plus SO. MUCH. MORE! From snack and drink crawls, to scavenger hunts, and even activities for kids, there’s something in our guide for everyone.
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We’ll continue to look for more details about the Food & Wine Festival as they get released in the upcoming days. Remember that the Food & Wine Festival will begin at EPCOT on July 15th and last through November 20th, 2021. Stay tuned for ALL the Food & Wine details from us here at DFB!
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What item are you most excited to eat or drink at the Food & Wine Festival this year? Tell us in the comments!