2021 Earth Eats Booth Menu at EPCOT Food & Wine Festival

by | Jul 8, 2021 | EPCOT, WDW Blog, WDW Food, WDW News

The 2021 Earth Eats booth menu at EPCOT Food and Wine Festival features wine, tea, cocktails, and sliders from Impossible Foods. 

Walt Disney World has announced the 2021 EPCOT Food and Wine Festival food booths and menus. For a quick ad-free list of all the food and drinks, keep scrolling.


Photo by Tina Chiu

The Earth Eats booth between Imagination! and Refreshment Port is a returning outdoor kitchen, like many others at the festival. It’s sponsored by Impossible Foods, maker of the Impossible Burger. 

2021 Earth Eats Booth Menu


Photo by Tina Chiu

From Disney: “Delight in hearty plant-based fare featuring Impossible foods, as well as wine, chai tea, or a chai tea cocktail.”

🍽️ ORDER UP: You don’t have to be vegan to enjoy the authentically meaty taste of an Impossible slider.


Impossible Three-Bean Chili. Courtesy Disney Parks Blog


  • The Impossible Burger Slider; $6
    • 🌱 Plant-based
    • Wasabi Cream and Spicy Slaw on a Sesame Seed Bun
  • Impossible Three-Bean Chili (New!); $5.50
    • 🙂 Gluten/Wheat-friendly, 🌱 Plant-based


  • Spiced Apple Twinings of London Chai Tea (New!)(Non-alcoholic); $4.50
  • Spiced Apple Twinings of London Chai Tea with Whiskey (New!); $6
  • Stephen Vincent Pinot Noir (New!); $11
    • California

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Earth Eats Booth Photos and Reviews

Press photos are one thing— honest reviews and on-site photos are better!


Menu selections from the Earth Eats booth. Photo by Todd Turner

Impossible Slider Review

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The Impossible Slider at Earth Eats. Photo by Rain Blanken

  • The Impossible Burger Slider; $6
    • 🌱 Plant-based
    • Wasabi Cream and Spicy Slaw on a Sesame Seed Bun

Editorial Director, Rain Blanken: “One of my favs at Earth Eats each year! This slider snack offers a moist (not dry, as some fake meats can be) patty, and the spicy slaw gives it a fun kick without being too crazy spicy.”

Impossible Chili Review


Impossible Chili at the Earth Eats Booth. Photo by Rain Blanken

  • Impossible Three-Bean Chili (New!); $5.50
    • 🙂 Gluten/Wheat-friendly, 🌱 Plant-based

Editorial Director, Rain Blanken: “Well, it’s certainly chili, whether or not there’s meat in there. The taste is good without being too sweet, and the Impossible Burger texture mimics the real thing well. Be advised that this is an actual bowl of chili, not really a sample size. Share if you’re going to try to save some room for other foods! Otherwise, this is a GREAT portion value at the snack price.”

Spiced Apple Chai Tea with Whiskey Review

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Spiced Apple Twinings of London Chai Tea with Whiskey. Photo by Timothy Moore

  • Spiced Apple Twinings of London Chai Tea with Whiskey (New!); $6

Managing Editor, Timothy Moore: “Did this drink taste like a traditional chai tea? Not so much. Did I care? Not at all.

“This delicious drink comes with whiskey, so I was quite happy. It was almost like an apple cider with whiskey (though some carbonation would have helped it). But if you’re looking for a strong whiskey drink, skip this one and head to the nearby Flavors from Fire for a Swine Brine.” 

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The cinnamon stick doubles as a straw! Photo by Timothy Moore

Make sure you check back for more reviews, food photos, and menu details for the 2021 Earth Eats booth.

More 2021 Food and Wine Booth Menus

  1. The Alps
  2. Appleseed Orchard
  3. Australia
  4. Belgium
  5. Brazil
  6. Brew Wing
  7. Canada
  8. China
  9. The Donut Box
  10. Earth Eats
  11. Flavors From Fire
  12. France
  13. Germany
  14. Greece
  15. Hawaii
  16. Hops and Barley
  17. India
  18. Ireland
  19. Italy
  20. Japan
  21. Kenya
  22. Lobster Landing
  23. Mac & Eats
  24. Mexico
  25. The Noodle Exchange
  26. Refreshment Outpost
  27. Refreshment Port
  28. Rotunda Bistro
  29. Shimmering Sips
  30. Spain
  31. The Swanky Saucy Swine
  32. Tangierine Cafe
  33. Funnel Cake


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Written by Kyle Johnson

Written by Kyle Johnson

Kyle Johnson is a writer, enthusiast of all things weird, and has an unnatural obsession with Halloween. We’re talking animatronics staying up all year round and watching The Adventures of Ichabod and Mr. Toad on a whim in April. He has a cool wiener dog, Rumours, and an even cooler wife, Trinity.