Hello world travelers! We took a trip to EPCOT to see what’s been going on around the park!
Last time, we saw more construction walls and a few new food items! Let’s take a look at what’s new in food, construction, and merchandise!
Upon reopening, all of the Disney World parks are operating at reduced capacity, and guests are required to secure a Disney Park Pass reservation to enter.
For the most part, we’ve encountered manageable crowds and wait times at the parks, although Disney’s Hollywood Studios has regularly felt more crowded. But, spoiler alert, that’s NOT the park that stresses us out the most during the weekend.
The Taste of EPCOT International Food and Wine Festival is in full swing!
Yes, this festival, which is a hybrid between Flower and Garden and Food and Wine has been happening ever since EPCOT reopened last month, but there’s ONE booth that has had an unpredictable schedule…
We’re tasting our way around all of the booths at the 2020 EPCOT Food & Wine Festival!
From Mac & Cheese to Desserts and Champagne, we’re on a mission to taste all the eats the 2020 Food & Wine Festival has to offer! And now, we’re headed to the Africa booth to see whether the options are as delicious as last year!
It has been quite the FULL day with some FULL stomachs tasting our way around the Taste of EPCOT International Food & Wine Festival!
We’ve been traveling around the booths in World Showcase to see what stand-outs the festival has to offer this year! The Italy booth is a returning Food & Wine Festival staple. But how do the dishes stack up this year at A Taste of EPCOT International Food & Wine Festival? Let’s take a look!
We were treated to a surprise at the EPCOT Cast Member Preview today — some of the festival marketplaces for the upcoming A Taste of EPCOT International Food & Wine Festival were OPEN!
So, of course, we took advantage of the chance to snag all the festival eats we could get! After a hiatus, the Desserts and Champagne marketplace has made its way back to Food & Wine — and we couldn’t wait to taste all of the sweet treats they’re serving up!
This year has definitely had its share of unprecedented situations — and the Epcot Food and Wine Festival has also gotten a bit of a shake-up!
When Epcot reopened to guests on July 15th, the park also kicked off its annual Food & Wine Festival which will run through the fall, making it the longest Food & Wine to date! The festival also includes some elements from the Epcot International Flower and Garden Festival, which began just a few days prior to the park closure.
We’ve been keeping an eye out for any updates about the 2020 Epcot Food and Wine Festival.
Epcot is set to reopen on July 15th, and we’ve been wondering how the Food and Wine Festival could be different this year. Disney hasn’t yet released information regarding the festival dates, menus, or special events, but we noticed something interesting regarding the Eat to the Beat Concert Series.
With Disney facing a super weird summer and fall (most likely), we’re thinking the Epcot International Food and Wine Festival will look different than it has in previous years.
Since its inaugural year in 1995, the Epcot Food and Wine Festival has continued to grow in size and popularity. It’s an annual event that many Disney fans (us included!) look forward to exploring year after year.
But it seems likely that the festival will undergo some changes this year. We’ve seen the health and safety measures that were implemented with the reopening of Shanghai Disneyland and Disney Springs. So, how might the Food and Wine Festival be different?