There is so much to see and do over here at EPCOT during this festival. We’ve checked out some of the exclusive merchandise, and have been looking forward to the Garden Rocks Concert Series since the bands were first announced! But what we’re REALLY excited for is the food! So, let’s check out another booths from this year’s fest!
How are we ever going to be able to pick our favorites from this festival!?
Well, it isn’t easy, but we’ll do it for you! We’re eating our way around the EPCOT International Flower & Garden Festival and can we just say, good thing we wore our eating pants. We’ve already stopped by Pineapple Promenade, Trowel and Trellis, and MORE, and now we’re making our way to the China Pavilion for another BOOTH REVIEW!
Are you ready for more foodie fun at the Taste of EPCOT International Festival of the Holidays?? We’re prepped and ready to give you ALL the food reviews for the theme park’s flagstone Christmas fest!
The Shanghai Holiday Kitchen has made a glorious return to the event. The food kiosk is located at the China Pavilion and is known to fill up guests with dishes inspired by the country. Some dishes are new, some have returned, and others (including one of our favorites!) have gone missing! Take a food-filled journey with us and see what we thought of this year’s Shanghai Holiday Kitchen menu!
The 2020 Epcot Flower and Garden Festival is here at last! You have from now until June 1, 2020, to enjoy topiaries of your favorite Disney pals, special events, and the Garden Rocks concert series to celebrate all things SPRING!
But here at DFB, you know we have our sights set on stuff that’s a bit more edible! Lucky for us, the festival brings many exclusive food booths or “Outdoor Kitchens” that serve up special foods and drinks inspired by the sights, smells, and tastes of the season!