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Review: The Craftsman’s Courtyard at EPCOT’s Festival of Arts is one of the best studios

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Review: The Craftsman's Courtyard at EPCOT's Festival of Arts is one of the best studios
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The Craftsman’s Courtyard is one of the better studios at EPCOT’s Festival of the Arts. Here is why we think you should give it a try!

EPCOT’s International Festival of the Arts

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EPCOT’s International Festival of the Arts is here now through February 20, 2023. From dozens of food and beverage items to fun photos and a special light show on Spaceship Earth, this festival provides so much fun and entertainment for Disney fans.

Be sure to check out everything NEW for this year’s festival in this post HERE. You can also find all of the menus for the many food locations HERE. One of the best parts about visiting these festivals is trying all of the various menus available! We are sharing our reviews and experiences on the blog, so be sure to follow along.

The Craftsman’s Courtyard

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The Craftsman’s Courtyard can be found near the Creations Shop. Here is what is on the menu:

Food

  • Beef Wellington: Mushroom Duxelles, Prosciutto and Puff Pastry with Red Wine Demi-Glace and Baby Vegetables
  • Cast Iron-Roasted P.E.I. Mussels with Sautéed Tomatoes, Garlic and Fresh Herbs

Beverages

  • BrewDog Jet Black Heart Nitro Oatmeal Stout, Columbus, OH 
  • Cold Fashion Coffee Cocktail

Our Thoughts

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I (Maggie) decided to try this food studio on a recent trip. The line was not too long, and I really wanted to try the Beef Wellington. The Beef Wellington comes with Mushroom Duxelles, Prosciutto and Puff Pastry with Red Wine Demi-Glace and Baby Vegetables.

The portion size is just right. It isn’t too overwhelming and it’s just the right portion size. The beef was cooked to what seemed like medium-rare, which is just perfect for myself. However, if you prefer your meat to be cooked more, this might not be the best dish for you.

I really enjoyed the puff pastry and the Red Wine Demi-Glace was a nice addition. While I did not order the Roasted Mussels, I could tell that they looked fresh and it was definitely a popular item at the booth. With the dishes both priced pretty reasonably at $8.50 (Beef Wellington) and $7.50 (Mussels), this is also one of the less expensive studios at the festival.

Have you tried The Craftsman’s Courtyard at the Festival of the Arts? What did you think? Let us know in the comments below or share this post with a friend who wants to try.

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