2021 EPCOT Festival of the Arts Food Booth Menus and Food Photos

by | Jan 12, 2021 | EPCOT, WDW Blog, WDW Food

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It’s every single EPCOT Festival of the Arts food booth menus, prices, and photos—without all the annoying ads.

We love the food booths at Festival of the Arts. Disney recently released some booth menu info, but we have the prices, reviews, and photos of what the food actually looks like at the fest.

The EPCOT International Festival of the Arts is running from January 8th to February 22nd, 2021.


2021 Festival of the Arts Food Booth Menus

Check below for not only menu items, but full pricing and our reporter reviews. We give honest reviews of the food to help save you money at the festival. Some dishes taste even better than they look (and hey, some don’t).


Joffrey’s Coffee Festival Pairings

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Joffrey’s coffee and donut pairings. Photo by Matthew Blackard

This trek all over the globe needs one thing to keep us going—coffee. Check out these special pairing from Joffrey’s at this year’s fest. Each one is themed to the arts, but the truth is that you’re really picking your favorite chocolate candy mix-ins. Choose from Snickers, Twix, M&Ms, and Milky Way.

Price: Each of these drinks is $5.99

  • Add on the paired donut: $9.99

For photos of each, click here.

  • Snickers Caramel Canvas Latte
    • Artisan Latte with Peanut Butter Syrup, Caramel, and Dark Chocolate Sauce topped with SNICKERS® Original Candy Pieces paired with a doughnut
    • Location: Showcase Plaza
  • M&Ms Color-Me-Latte
    • Made for a true artiste with Espresso, Swiss Chocolate Syrup, and Dark Chocolate Sauce sprinkled with M&M’s® Candies paired with a doughnut
    • Location: American Adventure
  • Milky Way Starry Night Latte
    • Paint the sky with this Espresso beverage with Dulce de Leche, White Chocolate, and Dark Chocolate Sauce topped with MILKY WAY® Bar Pieces paired with a doughnut
    • Location: Future World East
  • Twix Creative Twist Latte
    • Stretch your imagination with this Latte with Brown Butter Toffee Syrup and Swiss Chocolate Syrup topped with TWIX® Bar Pieces paired with a doughnut
    • Location: Canada

–💸Worth the price? See photos and honest reviews of these treats.

Even more 2021 Festival of the Arts food booth menus below!


Citrus Blossom Booth

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Photo by Courtney Reynolds.

A hit at other festivals, this one always features our favorite little spring chicken. Well, maybe he’s not a chicken,  Orange Bird does have a spring in his step! 

For photos and reviews of this booth click here.

Drinks: (no food announced here)

  • Orange Cream Shake in a Souvenir Orange Bird Sipper Cup (non-alcoholic); $15.00
  • Lost Coast Brewery Tangerine Wheat Ale; 6 oz $4.50, 12 oz $8.50
    • Eureka, CA
  • Florida Orange Groves Winery Selections; $6.50 each
    • Key Lime
    • Strawberry Blush
    • Orange Sunshine
  • Florida Orange Groves Winery Selections; $12.00 each
    • Sparkling Key Lime
    • Sparkling Cranberry
    • Sparkling Blueberry

–💸Worth the price? See photos and honest reviews of these items.

Where to Find It: If you’re entering World Showcase via Future World, look straight ahead. It’s just to the right across from the new Starbucks location.

Even more 2021 Festival of the Arts food booth menus below!


The Deconstructed Dish

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Deconstructed Reuben. Photo by Rain Blanken

If you came to the Festival of the Arts looking for something unique, this booth should be your first stop. It’s a DIY meal as you work to reconstruct some traditional favorites out of not-so-traditional presentations.

For photos and reviews of this booth click here.

Food:

  • Deconstructed Reuben; $6.75
    • Rye Popover, Corned Beef, Gryuère Panna Cotta and Brined Brussels Sprouts with Broken Thousand Island Dressing
  • Deconstructed BLT; $7.00
    • Crispy Pork Belly, Soft-poached Egg, Brioche, Watercress Espuma and Tomato Jam
  • Deconstructed Strawberry Cheesecake; $6.25
    • Whipped New York-style Cheesecake with Fresh Florida Strawberries and Sugar Cookies

Drinks:

  • Rainboba; $8.00
    • Fruit Bursting Boba with Sparkling Water (non-alcoholic)
  • Deconstructed Breakfast (non-alcoholic); $4.50
    • Twinings of London® Chai Tea Shake with Maple Syrup garnished with a Waffle Crisp and Candied Bacon (non-alcoholic)
  • Deconstructed Breakfast; $11.00
    • Twinings of London® Chai Tea Shake with Cream Bourbon garnished with a Waffle Crisp and Candied Bacon

–💸Worth the price? See photos and honest reviews of these items.

Where to Find It: Toward the front of World Showcase, near the entrance to Future World


Refreshment Port

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Lobster Poutine at Festival of the arts. Photo by Julie de la Fe

We don’t know about you, but when we think “refreshing,” lobster poutine immediately comes to mind. No? Well, this booth might just change your mind.

Food:

  • [New] Lobster Poutine; $10.50
    • Lobster, Lobster Bisque Cheese Sauce, Pickled Jalapeños, and Citrus Cream
  • Traditional Poutine;$7.50

Drinks:

  • [New] Barrel of Monks Brewing Raspberry Beret; $9.75
    • Boca Raton, FL
  • Spottswoode Sauvignon Blanc; $12.00
    • Napa Valley, CA

Where to Find It: Right at the entrance to World Showcase from Future World.


Decadent Delights

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Wonderful Walk of Colorful Cuisine Redemption Cookie. Photo courtesy of Disney Parks Blog

This is where you can get your Wonderful Walk of Colorful Cuisine cookie just for trying out colorful foods around World Showcase.

For photos and reviews of this booth click here.

Food:

  • Raspberry Soft-serve Ice Cream; $5.25
  • Lemon Soft-serve Ice Cream; $5.25
  • The Wonderful Walk of Colorful Cuisine Redemption Cookie; Free if you tried them all!

Drinks:

  • North Coast Brewing Co. Scrimshaw Pilsner; 6 oz $4.50, 12 oz $8.50
    • Fort Bragg, CA
  • M.I.A. Beer Company Deco IPA; 6 oz $4.50, 12 oz $8.50
    • Doral, FL
  • Saugatuck Brewing Co. Peanut Butter Porter; 6 oz $4.50, 12 oz $8.50
    • Douglas, MI
  • Beer Flight; $9.50

–💸Worth the price? See photos and honest reviews of these items.

Where to Find It: To your right as you enter World Showcase from Future World.

Even more 2021 Festival of the Arts food booth menus below!


Pop Eats! Booth

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Pop Eats Tomato Soup Grilled Cheese. Photo by Julie de la Fe

Some of us may not fully understand modern art, but that’s no excuse for skipping this iconic booth. Check out the Warhol-inspired soup can selection here and a Mondrian-style almond frangipane cake (that is just as good as it looks, but will turn your tongue blue).

For photos and reviews of this booth click here.

Food: 

  • [New] Tomato Soup; $5.00
    • with Grilled Cheese
  • [New] Tomato Soup; $5.25
    • with French Onion and Bacon Grilled Cheese
  • Shrimp Ceviche (gluten/wheat friendly); $6.00
    • with Lime Mint Foam
  • Almond Frangipane Cake; $4.50
    • layered with Raspberry Jam and Belgian Chocolate
  • Pop’t Art; $4.50
    • Modern-designed Sugar Cookie with Strawberry Filling

Drinks:

  • #RainbowSherbetGlitterDreamAle; 6 oz $4.50, 12 oz $8.50
    • by Playalinda Brewing Co., Titusville, FL
  • Popping Bubbles Cocktail; $10.50
  • Tomato Soup Can Bloody Mary; $14.00

–💸Worth the price? See photos and honest reviews of these items.

Where to Find It: Turn left toward Mexico if approaching from Future World. This booth is located just before the Mexico Pavilion. If you see the Mexico booth, you’ve gone too far.

Even more 2021 Festival of the Arts food booth menus below!


Mexico Booth—El Artista Hambriento

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Two great margaritas. Photo by Rain Blanken

The booth in Mexico has an all-new food menu this year, and good news for the gluten-intolerant… they’re all gluten-friendly! Pair one of these with a margarita named after Frida Kahlo, and it’s shaping up to be a great day at EPCOT.

For photos and reviews of this booth click here.

Food: ALL three selections are gluten/wheat friendly

  • [New] Chile Relleno: $7.25
    • Fried Poblano Pepper filled with Flank Steak, Black Beans, and Tomatoes drizzled with a Poblano Cream Sauce
  • [New] Pork Belly Pastor; $6.50
    • Pastor-marinated Pork Belly atop Boniato Purée with Charred Pineapple and Crispy Cilantro
  • [New] Taco de Chocolate; $6.00
    • Chocolate Candy Shell filled with Mexican Chocolate Mousse with a touch of Chile topped with Tropical Fruit

Drinks:

  • Mexican Craft Beer; 6 oz $5.00, 12 oz $9.50
    • Tulum Artisanal Lager crafted with Citrus notes and made with Mexican Caribbean Seawater
  • Diego Pomegranate Margarita; $14.25
    • Ojo de Tigre Mezcal, Pomegranate-Prickly Pear Juice, Blackcurrant Liqueur, and Rose Petal Liqueur with a Hibiscus Salt Rim
  • Frida Carrot Margarita, $14.50
    • Casa Noble Blanco Tequila, Carrot Juice, Ginger Cordial, Lime Juice, and Agave Nectar

–💸Worth the price? See photos and honest reviews of these items.

Where to Find It: The Mexico food booth is actually located just before the Mexico Pavilion, along the path, just before the La Cantina de San Angel Quick-Service restaurant.


China Booth—The Painted Panda

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Old Shanghai Shi Zi Tou. Photo by Rain Blanken

Bubble tea fans, rejoice! There are a couple of boba pearl drinks on the china booth menu in 2021, and one even features lychee flavors.

For photos and reviews of this booth click here.

Food:

  • [New] Old Shanghai Shi Zi Tou: $8.50
    • Pork and Water Chestnut Meatballs served with Taro Root
  • [New] Sichuan Red Hot Mala Shrimp; $10.50

Drinks:

  • “Panda” Bubble Tea (non-alcoholic); $7.25
    • Classic Milk Tea with Black and White Boba Pearls
  • Jasmine Draft Beer; small $5.00, large $8.50
  • Fortune Cookie; $11.50
    • ByeJoe Spirit, Amaretto, and Piña Colada Mix
  • Kung Fu Punch; $11.00
    • Vodka and Triple Sec
  • Sea Butterfly; $12.50
    • Butterfly Pea Flower infused Cocktail with Lychee Syrup, Vodka, Light Rum, and Magic Boba Pearls

–💸Worth the price? See photos and honest reviews of these items.

Where to Find It: Directly across the main World Showcase walkway from the Nine Dragons restaurant at the China Pavilion.


Refreshment Outpost

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Plant-based Bratwurst at the Refreshment Outpost. Photo by Tatjana Lazar

The perfect spot for a pit stop and a brat. Check out the Coca-Cola selections here to keep you refreshed during your journey around the world.

Food:

  • Plant-based Bratwurst; $9.50
    • with Spicy Turmeric Aïoli, Coffee Barbecue Jackfruit, and Slaw
  • Warm Brown Sugar-stuffed Pretzel; $8.25
    • with Banana Soft-serve Ice Cream and Chocolate Sauce

Drinks:

  • Frozen Slushy Coca-Cola® or Minute Maid® Lemonade (non-alcoholic); $15.00
    • in a Souvenir Spike The Bee Sipper Cup
  • [New] Playalinda Brewing Co. Blue Raspberry Blonde; $9.75
    • Titusville, FL

Where to Find It: Between China and Germany in World Showcase.

Even more 2021 Festival of the Arts food booth menus below!


Cuisine Classique (At the Germany Pavilion)

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Beef Short Rib. Photo by Rain Blanken

This booth is located at the Germany Pavilion, where it typically serves Bavarian favorites during EPCOT Festivals. But not during the Festival of the Arts! Here you’ll find “braised dishes inspired by 18th-and 19th-century artwork.” But you don’t have to be an art-lover to see the appeal, here. 

For photos and reviews of this booth click here.

Food:

  • Red Wine-braised Beef Short Rib; $8.00
    • with Parsnip Purée, Broccolini, Baby Tomatoes, and Aged Balsamic
  • [New] Coq au Vin: Chicken Roulade; $6.75
    • with Violet Mustard, Candied Carrots, Pancetta Crisp, Marble Potatoes, and Beurre Rouge Sauce
  • [New] Opera Cake; $4.50
    • Almond Joconde, Coffee Buttercream, and Chocolate Ganache
  • Artist Palette Jumbo Chocolate-Chip Cookie; $5.50

Drinks:

  • 3 Daughters Brewing Rosé Hard Cider; 6 oz $4.50,12 oz $8.50
    • St. Petersburg, FL
  • 81Bay Brewing Rosé Blonde Ale;
    • Tampa, FL
  • Frozen Rosé; $6.50
  • Campo Viejo Rioja Reserva Art Series; $6.00
    • Logrono, Spain
  • Domaine Savary Chablis; $8.00
    • Burgundy
  • A Play on Rosé Flight; $10.50

–💸Worth the price? See photos and honest reviews of these items.

Where to Find It: Look on your map for the Germany Pavilion. It’s the cute Tudor-style booth that you may recognize as serving Bavarian dishes at previous festivals.


Italy Booth—L’Arte di Mangiare

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L’Aragosta in the hands of our reporter! Photo by Julie de la Fe

Vanilla and lobster? Well, when in Rome…

The selections at the Italy Pavilion booth this year will have you not only raising your eyebrows but also saluting with your fork. The wine selection here, of course, is not to be missed. Can you pick out your perfect pairing?

For photos and reviews of this booth click here.

Food:

  • [New] Arancini; $12.00
    • Sweet Sausage fried Risotto Balls with Pomodoro Sauce
  • [New] L’Aragosta; $15.00
    • Lobster Ravioli with Vanilla-Saffron Cream Sauce and Shredded Chili Peppers
  • [New] Bomboloni; $11.00
    • Cream-filled Italian Doughnut with Raspberry Sauce and Powdered Sugar

Drinks:

  • Peroni Pilsner; 6 oz $6.00, 12 oz $12.00
  • Pinot Grigio; $10.00
  • Chianti;– $10.00
  • Prosecco; $10.00
  • Rosa Regale; $11.00
  • Moscato; $11.00
  • Italian White Sangria; $11.00
    • with Prosecco
  • Italian Red Sangria; $11.00
    • with Cabernet Sauvignon
  • Italian Margarita; $11.00
    • with Tequila and Limoncello
  • Amaretto Bellini; $13.00
    • Amaretto, White Peach Purée, and Prosecco
  • Bergamotto; $16.00
    • Italicus Rosolio Di Bergamotto, Prosecco and Cerignola Olive

–💸Worth the price? See photos and honest reviews of these items.

Where to Find It: By the water, right across from the Italy Pavilion.


America Booth—The Artist’s Table

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Pan-Seared Scallop. Courtesy of Disney Parks Blog

Here you’ll find hearty American favorites and coastal dishes. You can also take a tasting of alcoholic beverages from around these great United States.

For photos and reviews of this booth click here.

Food:

  • Beef Wellington; $8.25
    • Mushroom Duxelle, Prosciutto, and Puff Pastry with Red Wine Demi-Glace and Fennel Cream
  • Pan-Seared Scallop (gluten/wheat Friendly); $7.00
    • with Chorizo, Roasted Red Pepper Coulis, and Parmesan Crisp
  • Artist Palette Jumbo Chocolate-Chip Cookie; $5.50

Drinks:

  • (non-alcoholic) Sipping Chocolate Flight; $8.25
    • White, Milk, and Dark Chocolate
  • Saugatuck Brewing Co. Neapolitan Milk Stout; 6 oz $4.50, 12 oz $8.50
    • Douglas, MI
  • Lexington Brewing Company Kentucky Vanilla Barrel Cream Ale; 6 oz $4.50 / 12 oz $8.50
    • Lexington, KY
  • Lindemans Framboise Lambic; 6 oz $4.50 / 12 oz $8.50
    • Belgium
  • Âme du Vin Côtes de Provence Rosé; $6.00
  • Writer’s Block Pinot Noir; $7.00
    • Lake County, CA
  • Symphony in Chocolate Flight; $13.00
    • Mozart Cream Liqueurs paired with Sipping Chocolates
  • Beer Flight; $9.50

–💸Worth the price? See photos and honest reviews of these items.

Where to Find It: Facing the America Pavilion, it’s all the way on the right side of the area, just in front of a shady spot with lots of tables.


Funnel Cake Booth

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Red Velvet Funnel Cake at Festival of the Arts. Photo by Tina Chiu

Experienced EPCOT festival-goers know to stop by and see what’s cooking at the Funnel Cake booth each year. There’s always a new, and very unique, funnel cake flavor for each fest!

  • [New] Red Velvet Funnel Cake topped with Cream Cheese Icing and Pixie Dust

Where To Find It: When facing the American Adventure Pavilion, it will be to the far right, just after the Pavilion ends.

Even more 2021 Festival of the Arts food booth menus below!


Japan Booth—Goshiki

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Masu Sake and Hello Kitty. Photo by Rain Blanken

“Goshiki” is a certain breed of koi fish, but also means “five colors.” The Japan booth is certainly a colorful fan-favorite… especially among sushi lovers. The Festival of the Arts version does not disappoint. Here’s what’s on the menu:

For photos and reviews of this booth click here.

Food:

  • [New] Stone Garden; $6.75
    • Red Bean Mousse with Chocolate Rocks and Arare Rice Cracker Pebbles
  • Sushi Donut; $8.25
    • Donut-shaped Sushi featuring Salmon, Tuna, Shrimp, Cucumber and Sesame Seed over a decorated plate of Wasabi Aïoli, Sriracha and Eel Sauce
  • Vegetable Gyoza; $6.00
    • Vegetable-filled Spinach Gyoza with Tofu atop Mashed Potatoes with a Kamaboko Fish Cake, Pepper Strings and Tonkatsu Teriyaki Sauce

Drinks:

  • [New] Haiku Draft Lager; small $5.00, large $10.00
  • Masu Sake; $12.50
    • in a Traditional Personalized Wooden Cup
  • [New] Pink Snow; $8.50
    • Sake, Peach Schnapps, Cranberry Juice, and Calpico dusted with Snowflake Confetti

–💸Worth the price? See photos and honest reviews of these items.

Where to Find It: Look near the Torii gate by the water at the Japan Pavilion.


Morocco—Mosaic Canteen

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Mouskoutchou. Photo by Rain Blanken

The Morocco booth is back this year with all new selections for both food and drink. The new menu features one dessert that we think will be an instant Instagram hit.

For photos and reviews of this booth click here.

Food:

  • [New] Mediterranean Flatbread; $5.75
    • with Za’atar Pesto, Artichokes, Roasted Peppers, Sundried Tomatoes and Fennel Cream
  • [New] Harissa-roasted Rack of Lamb; $8.00
    • with Baba Ganoush, Picholine Olives, Toybox Tomatoes, Preserved Lemons, and Pomegranate
  • [New] Mouskoutchou; $4.75
    • Orange Cake with Cinnamon-Chocolate Mousse

Drinks:

  • [New] 1906 Reserva Especial Dark Amber Lager; 6 oz $4.50, 12 oz $8.50
  • [New] Maeloc Blackberry Hard Cider; 6 oz $4.50, 12 oz $8.50

–💸Worth the price? See photos and honest reviews of these items.

Where to Find It: Right before the start of the Morrocco Pavilion, if headed there from Mexico.


Vibrante & Vívido Food Studio

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Coconut and Passion Fruit Smoothie. Photo by Tina Chiu

This booth is new this year, and it’s serving up some of the freshest selections at the fest.

For photos and reviews of this booth click here.

Food:

  • Chilled Seafood Cocktail; $8.50
    • with Octopus, Scallops, Shrimp, Black Garlic Aïoli, Tomato-Coconut Sauce, and Serrano-Lime Oil
  • Blue Corn Pupusa (Gluten/Wheat Friendly) (Wonderful Walk of Colorful Cuisine – Blue); $6.50
    • stuffed with cheese and topped with Shredded Pork, Guajillo and Árbol Chile Sauce, Cabbage Slaw, and Aji Amarillo Crema
  • Passion Fruit Mousse; $4.75
    • with Dragon Fruit Jam

Drinks:

  • Coconut and Passion Fruit Smoothie (non-alcoholic); $4.50
  • Frozen Piña Colada; $13.00
  • Passion Fruit Daiquiri; $14.00

–💸Worth the price? See photos and honest reviews of these items.

Where to find it: Between the Morocco and France Pavilions.


France Booth—L’Art de la Cuisine Française

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EPCOT Festival of the Arts France Cheese Bread Bowl. Photo by Rain Blanken

A cheesy bread bowl? Oui oui! It’s hard to say no in any language to warm cheese in a bowl made out of bread. But while you’re here, try the molten chocolate and raspberry cake for dessert.

For photos and reviews of this booth click here.

Food: 

  • Crème de Brie en Petit Pain; $8.00
    • Warm Creamy Brie in a House-made Bread Bowl
  • Croissant à la Truffle Noir d’Hiver; $7.75
    • Black Winter Truffle Croissant
  • Moelleux à la Framboise et aux Chocolats Valrhona; $7.75
    • Molten Chocolate and Raspberry Cake with Pure Origin Valrhona Chocolates
  • Trio de Macarons; $10.50
    • Assortment of 3 House-made Macarons in a Gift Box

Drinks:

  • Frozen French Martini; $14.50
    • Grey Goose, Vodka, Chambord Liqueur, Pineapple, Orange and Grape Juice with Lemon-Lime Foam
  • Charles Lafite, Brut Méthode Traditionnelle Champenoise; $8.00
    • French Sparkling Wine
  • Château La Gordonne; $9.25
    • Vérité du Terroir, Côtes de Provence Rosé
  • Bordeaux Merlot and Cabernet Blend; $8.75
    • Baron des Chartrons, 2015

–💸Worth the price? See photos and honest reviews of these items.

Where to Find It: Right in the heart of the France Pavilion, can’t miss it.

Even more 2021 Festival of the Arts food booth menus below!


Festival Favorites (World ShowPlace Building)

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Remy’s Ratatouille. Photo by Rain Blanken

If you’ve just watched Ratatouille and you’re craving Remy’s signature dish, this is where to get it! 

For photos and reviews of this booth click here.

Food:

  • Remy’s Ratatouille (plant-based item); $5.00
    • with Eggplant, Zucchini, Yellow Squash, Tomatoes, and Red Pepper Piperade
  • Charcuterie; $14.00
    • with Meats and Cheeses featuring Nueske’s® Applewood Smoked Beef
  • Lemon Blood-Orange Tart; $6.50
  • Artist Palette Jumbo Chocolate-Chip Cookie; $5.50

Drinks:

  • Blue Sky Black Cherry Boba Freeze (non-alcoholic); $4.50
  • 3 Daughters Brewing Strawberry Blonde Nitro; 6 oz. $4.50, 12 oz. $8.50
    • St. Petersburg, FL –
  • Breckenridge Brewery Nitro Vanilla Porter; 6 oz. $4.50, 12 oz. $8.50
    • Breckenridge, CO – 6 oz. $4.50 / 12 oz. $8.50
  • M.I.A. Beer Company Milk Stout Nitro; 6 oz. $4.50, 12 oz. $8.50
    • Doral, FL
  • Cold Fashioned Coffee Cocktail; $9.50
  • Neapolitan Beer Flight; $9.50

–💸Worth the price? See photos and honest reviews of these items.

Where to Find It: The World ShowPlace Pavilion, in between the UK and Canada Pavilions.


The Painter’s Palate (World ShowPlace Building)

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Prime Steak Tartare. Photo by Rain Blanken

This booth in World Showplace showcases dishes with intentional pops of color in the food. The plating on these dishes is a work of art in itself.

For photos and reviews of this booth click here.

Food:

  • [New] Prime Steak Tartare; $8.50
    • with Pickled Vegetables, Parsley Salad, Béarnaise Anglaise and Sous Vide Quail Egg
  • [New] Salt-roasted Beet Tartare (plant-based Item); 6.50
    • with Pickled Vegetables, Parsley Salad and Béarnaise Aïoli
  • [New] Pistachio Cake; $5.50
    • with Cherry Mousse and Morello Cherries

Drinks:

  • [New] Kalimotxo; $6.00
    • Red Wine Cocktail with Pibb® Xtra
  • [New] Frozen Rusty Nail Cocktail; $15.00
  • Pinord La Dama Reserva Familiar Brut Rosé; $12.00
    • Spain

–💸Worth the price? See photos and honest reviews of these items.

Where to Find It: Look for the World Showplace building between the UK and Canada Pavilions.  This is an enclosed space, so on busy festival days, you may need to pause in line outside for a bit when the building is at capacity.


The Masterpiece Kitchen

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Vanilla, Rose Water, and Pistachio Panna Cotta. Courtesy of Disney Parks Blog

Food or art? The Masterpiece Kitchen has some of the most beautiful selections from festivals past. Don’t think a risotto can be beautiful? Just one bite. Then get back to us on that.

For photos and reviews of this booth click here.

Food:

  • Wild Mushroom Risotto; $9.25
    • with Aged Parmesan, Truffle Shavings and Zinfandel Reduction
  • Salmon and Cream Gâteau; $7.00
    • with Egg Yolk Cream, Paddlefish Caviar, and Micro-Herbs
  • Vanilla, Rose Water and Pistachio Panna Cotta; $8.00

Drinks:

  • Weihenstephaner Original Lager; 6 oz $4.50, 12 oz $8.50
    • Freising, Germany
  • Perrier-Jouët Belle Époque Brut Champagne; $29.00
  • The Meeker Vineyard Winemakers’ Handprint Merlot; $11.00
    • Sonoma County, CA
  • Pinord La Dama Reserva Familiar Brut; $12.00
    • Spain
  • Classic Sidecar with a Chocolate Twist; $10.00

–💸Worth the price? See photos and honest reviews of these items.

Where to Find It: This booth is right in front of the Canada Pavilion to the right of the Le Cellier entrance.

Even more 2021 Festival of the Arts food booth menus below!

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Rain Blanken

Written by Rain Blanken

Rain Blanken is a published author and leader in digital media. A DVC Member, WDW Annual Pass holder, and former Disney Vacation Planner, Rain would live inside Boma if they would just stop checking under the tables at night.