Does anyone else love to go to Epcot to sample all the food? I know I’m not alone! Food booths have already been confirmed for Epcot’s International Festival of the Holidays! What are you hoping to see this year?
Epcot’s International Festival of the Holidays
International Festival of the Holidays is one of four Epcot festivals. It joins Festival of the Arts, Flower and Garden, and Food and Wine to bring Guests a unique experience throughout the year.
This year, the festival will look a bit different though.
For one, Candlelight Processional is canceled. This is a beautiful retelling of the nativity story narrated by a celebrity. A choir and orchestra join the line up as well. Read my review with Neil Patrick Harris from last year HERE.
Additionally, Disney stated that highlights from the festival will be offered this year. Much like Food and Wine, not every entertainment and food booth will be available. We do know that JOYFUL! and Voices of Liberty will be performing for us this holiday season.
The festival begins on November 27 and will likely run through the end of the year.
So far, Disney has confirmed two food booths will be joining the festival this year.
First, American Holiday Table will be offering up some traditional American food in the America Pavilion. Specifically, the slow-roasted turkey will be back. In years past, it was served with stuffing, mashed potatoes, green beans, and cranberry sauce.
Get this: all of that only cost $5.75! Talk about a holiday feast for a great price!
Second, the Bavaria Holiday Kitchen will return this year. Located in the Germany Pavilion, the cheese fondue in a bread bowl will be back. Also in years past, fresh steamed vegetables and potatoes joined the dish. It cost $8.25.
What about other food booths?
So far, these are the only two food booths that are confirmed for International Festival of the Holidays.
We will be sure to update as more food booths roll in!
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