Get the full 2023 Mexico booth menu at EPCOT International Festival of the Arts, plus prices, photos, reviews, and our snack-or-skip recommendations.
Walt Disney World has announced the full list of 2023 EPCOT Festival of the Arts food booths and menus. For a quick list of all the food and drinks you’ll find at the El Artista Hambriento booth in the Mexico Pavilion, keep scrolling.
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2023 El Artista Hambriento Booth Menu at Festival of the Arts
Heading to the 2023 EPCOT Festival of the Arts on Taco Tuesday? Then you’ve gotta hit up the Mexico booth, El Artista Hambriento. (Though, honestly, a trip to the Mexico booth is a must on any day of the week.)
Here, you can taste classic Mexican fare like carne asada and creamy flan. All of the food dishes available at the Mexico Pavilion’s booth are brand new for 2023, giving you an opportunity to indulge in some fresh new flavors. Plus, there’s an array of new and returning sips to try – and who doesn’t want to give a marshmallow margarita a taste?!
2023 Mexico Booth Food
- Carne Asada (NEW for 2023!): Chipotle-marinated beef sirloin, sweet potato purée, and crispy-fried onions
- Huarache de Champiñones (NEW for 2023!): Guajillo chile and corn masa huarache with pinto beans, oyster mushrooms, Nopales, queso fresco, and pea tendrils
- Flan de Coco (NEW for 2023!): Coconut flan, guava sauce, and whipped cream (Gluten/Wheat Friendly)
2023 Mexico Booth Drinks
- Mexican Craft Beer: Cielito Lindo Artisanal Mexican Craft Beer
- Bombon Margarita “Marshmallow” (NEW for 2023!): Ilegal Mezcal Reposado, marshmallow cordial, lime juice, agave nectar and a hint of coffee and elderflower served with a toasted marshmallow
- Las Californias (NEW for 2023!): Tromba Blanco Tequila, strawberry-lime purée, and Las Californias Citrus Mexican Gin
Where to Find the 2023 El Artista Hambriento Booth at EPCOT Festival of the Arts
El Artista Hambriento is located in the Mexico Pavilion. When you enter World Showcase on the bridge, take a left and you’ll see it right ahead of you.
Mexico Booth Photos and Reviews
Press photos are one thing—honest reviews and on-site photos are better! As the festival progresses, we’ll add photos of what we were served at the food studios and our candid thoughts on this year’s selections. Scroll down to see reviews, food photos, and menu details for the 2023 Festival of the Arts Mexico booth.
This classic Mexican meat dish is made with chipotle-marinated beef sirloin, sweet potato purée, and crispy-fried onions. What’d we think? Here’s a review from WDW Magazine Communications Director Tatjana Lazar: “The sweet potato and onion flavors complement the meat [and are] really nice, well-balanced.”
Huarache de Champiñones
This dish features guajillo chile and corn masa huarache with pinto beans, oyster mushrooms, Nopales, queso fresco, and pea tendrils. What’d we think? Here’s a review from WDW Magazine Communications Director Tatjana Lazar: “The corn tortilla on the bottom was nice, chewy and crispy at the same time. The texture is fantastic! The flavors of this dish are are good, very punchy; it just has a little bit of spice to it [WDW Magazine Reporter] Tina Chiu would eat it again in a heartbeat!”
Flan de Coco
This decadent dessert features coconut flan, guava sauce, and whipped cream – and it’s gluten- and wheat-friendly. What’d we think? Here’s a review from WDW Magazine Communications Director Tatjana Lazar: “I love it so much! It’s a light, fluffy flan; you can taste the texture of the coconut inside, but it’s very silky. It’s a really good portion, and the whipped cream on top is a nice touch.”
This spin on a margarita is made with Tromba Blanco Tequila, strawberry-lime purée, and Las Californias Citrus Mexican Gin. What’d we think? Here’s a review from WDW Magazine Communications Director Tatjana Lazar: “Very sweet and strong and easy to drink. It has a really nice fruity, tangy flavor to it, and that red salt on the end – delicious!”
More 2023 Festival of the Arts Booth Menus and Reviews
- The Artist’s Table (The American Adventure)
- The Craftsman’s Courtyard (Near Creations Shop)
- Deco Delights (Near Port of Entry)
- The Deconstructed Dish (Near Port of Entry)
- Figment’s Inspiration Station at the Odyssey: Art, Food, and Little Sparks of Magic – NEW for 2023!
- Goshiki (Japan)
- Gourmet Landscapes (Canada)
- L’Art de la Cuisine Francaise (France)
- L’Arte di Mangiare (Italy)
- Moderne (Near Test Track) – NEW for 2023!
- The Painted Panda (China)
- Pastoral Palate (Germany)
- Pop Eats (Near Port of Entry)
- Tangierine Café: Flavors of the Medina (Morocco)
- Vibrante & Vívido: Encanto Cocina (Between Morocco & France)
- Funnel Cake
- Joffrey’s Coffee & Tea Company
- Refreshment Outpost
- Refreshment Port
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