2021 Food and Wine Festival Booths, Menus, and Photos

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2021 Food and Wine Festival Booth Menus and Photos

All 32 of the 2021 EPCOT Food and Wine Festival booths and our foodie predictions for each.

Disney recently announced that you’ll have 32 Food and Wine Festival booths to sample at this year’s celebration.

In case you hadn’t heard the ululation of exaltation that rang out across the country, the 2021 EPCOT International Food and Wine Festival kicks off on July 15, 2021.

2021 Food and Wine Festival Booth Menus

There will be a whopping 32 booths at the Food and Wine Festival this year. That’s a pretty huge leap from just over 20 booths at last year’s festival.

We don’t have full menus yet, but below we have what you can expect based on the 2020 and 2019 food booth menus.

Eight of these booths will be new for 2021, including one specializing in unique takes on mac ’n cheese. Stop drooling.


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8 New Food and Wine Booths

This year’s culinary journey includes all your favs plus eight new food booths!

  1. Brew-Wing at the Epcot Experience — Explore an array of crowd-pleasing picks like chicken wings and flatbreads — along with assorted beers and ciders.
  2. Kenya (opening October 1st) — Set off on a safari of flavor as you enjoy traditional Kenyan food and beer.
  3. Lobster Landing (opening October 1st) — Get a taste of New England as you indulge in luscious lobster creations.
  4. Mac & Eats (opening October 1st) — Discover macaroni-and-cheese combos your mom never imagined.
  5. The Noodle Exchange – Savor the flavors of the Far East served up in delicious noodle dishes.
  6. Rotunda Bistro — Nosh on tasty cuisine featuring fresh seafood and produce in the American Adventure Pavilion.
  7. The Swanky Saucy Swine — Try out tantalizing pork dishes along with wine, beer, or a cocktail.
  8. Tangierine Café: Flavors of the Medina — Treat your senses to traditional Moroccan cuisine, like grilled kebabs and a falafel pita.

Here are all the booths you can expect to find at the 2021 EPCOT International Food and Wine Festival—and an idea of what you might be able to sample at each one.

9 Booths Won’t Open Till October

With two different start times for booths this year, here is a quick list of the NINE booths that won’t be open till mid-fest, on October 1, 2021:

  1. The Alps – Indulge in comforting Alpine cuisine, like warm Raclette Swiss cheese served with a baguette.
  2. Kenya — Set off on a safari of flavor as you enjoy traditional Kenyan food and beer.
  3. Lobster Landing — Get a taste of New England as you indulge in luscious lobster creations.
  4. Mac & Eats  — Discover macaroni-and-cheese combos your mom never imagined.
  5. Belgium – Satisfy your sweet tooth with a fluffy Belgian waffle—or enjoy a savory beer-braised beef dish.
  6. Brazil – Dig into South American cuisine and culture with the Land of the Palms’ finest fare.
  7. India – Spice up your life with bold Indian cuisine, like Madras red curry and Korma chicken.
  8. Ireland – Enjoy favorites from the Emerald Isle, like Irish sausage and seafood pie—which pair wonderfully with Irish ale and mead honey wine.
  9. Spain – Feast on flavorful Spanish foods—like paella, seafood salad, and charcuterie—along with beer and wine.

All 32 Food and Wine Festival Booths

2021 Food and Wine Festival Booth Menus and Photos

The 2018 Food and Wine display. Photo by Brett Svenson.

As you might expect, this year’s list of signature booths spans the globe, covering six continents and everywhere in between. Give it time; Disney will find a way to get Antarctica into the Global Marketplace, just you wait.

Across the 32 booths at Food and Wine, you’ll experience a wide swath of cultures and cooking techniques. Of course, there’ll also be copious quantities of wine, craft beer, and cocktails.

1. The Alps

From Disney: “Indulge in comforting Alpine cuisine, like warm Raclette Swiss cheese served with a baguette.”

  • Opening October 1, 2021
  • Location: Norway Pavilion

What to Expect: In 2019, The Alps served up a cheesy bread and potato dish and a version stew, but in 2020, the stew was replaced by another cheesy bowl, this time with ham. Will the venison make a return in 2021? Sign up for our newsletter to be the first to know.

One thing is for certain at this booth: The frangipane dessert! We expect the Blueberry and Almond Frangipane Tart with Crème Fraîche Cream and Blue Diamond® Almonds to return, as it’s been on the menu for the past few years.

2. Australia

From Disney: “Embark on a culinary journey Down Under as you sample popular Australian dishes.”

  • Opening July 15, 2021
  • Location: World Showplace
  • Was not open in 2020

What to Expect: The Grilled Sweet and Spicy Bush Berry Shrimp with Pineapple, Pepper, Onion, and Snap Peas has been on the menu for a long time, so we can expect a return (possibly at a price increase from $6.00 in 2019, as prices for this dish increased steadily since 2017.)

There will definitely be a lamb chop something-or-other here.

Will the Yellow Cake Dipped in Chocolate and Shredded Coconut make a comeback or will we have another fresh cake-like dessert? Stay tuned!

3. Appleseed Orchard

From Disney: “Celebrate autumn with delicious apple creations paired with ciders and beers.”

  • Opening July 15, 2021
  • Location: Inside the Canada Pavilion

What to Expect: Will definitely have Caramel-Apple Popcorn for around $7.00. There may be a charcuterie board offered as well.  The highlights here are the ciders, beers, and air conditioning.

4. Belgium

From Disney: “Satisfy your sweet tooth with a fluffy Belgian waffle—or enjoy a savory beer-braised beef dish.”

  • Opening October 1, 2021
  • Location: Future World West
  • Was not open in 2020

What to Expect: There will be a couple of decadent waffles to try. Past years have included chocolate ganache and berry compote toppings. Here you can pick up a flight of pale ales, ciders, and maybe even get a cup of chilled coffee with chocolate liquor.

5. Brazil

From Disney: “Dig into South American cuisine and culture with the Land of the Palms’ finest fare.”

  • Opening October 1, 2021
  • Location: Between the Morocco and France Pavilions

What to Expect: Crispy pork belly and cheese bread were on the 2020 and 2019 menus. For libations, the Frozen Caipirinha featuring LeBlon Cachaça is an annual favorite (priced at $11.00 last year).

6. Brew-Wing at the Epcot Experience

From Disney: “Explore an array of crowd-pleasing picks like chicken wings and flatbreads—along with assorted beers and ciders.”

  • New for 2021
  • Opening July 15, 2021
  • Location: The old Odyssey building where the EPCOT Experience has been presented

What to Expect: It’s a new booth, but…  bread and cider? Count us in. We’ll have menu details soon!

7. Canada

From Disney: “Discover delightful dishes, lagers, and wines from the Great White North.”

  • Opening July 15, 2021
  • Location: Canada Pavilion

What to Expect: 2020 and 2019 had the same menu, so likely more of the same deliciousness: Canadian Cheddar Cheese and Bacon Soup served with a Pretzel Roll and Le Cellier Wild Mushroom Beef Filet Mignon with Truffle-Butter Sauce. There may also be a maple syrup cocktail, too.

8. China

From Disney: “Please your palate with popular Chinese plates, mango bubble milk tea, draft beer and cocktails.”

  • Opening July 15, 2021
  • Location: China Pavilion

What to Expect: 2019 and 2020 both saw chicken dumplings, a bao bun, and a shimp dish at this booth.  You may have heard raves in the past for the Happy Peach (Peach Liqueur and Dark Rum) and Byejoe Punch (Chinese Bai Jiu Spirit, Lychee, Coconut and Pineapple Juice) which will likely return.

9. The Donut Box

From Disney: “Choose from an adventurous assortment of donuts, as well as refreshing beverages.”

  • Opening July 15, 2021
  • Location: Near Test Track

What to Expect: The menu was the same in 2020 and 2019. Double Chocolate Donut Holes with Chocolate Drizzle, Sprinkle Burst Donut Holes with Purple Drizzle, Apple Fritter Donut Holes with Salted Maple Drizzle. To drink, we’re hoping for a return of the Black and White Coffee Cocktail Garnished with a Donut Hole.

10. Earth Eats hosted by Impossible

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

  • Opening July 15, 2021
  • Location: Future World West

What to Expect: Two kinds of Impossible burger sliders, or maybe the Impossible Cottage Pie will make a return (last seen in 2019).  We’ll also likely see some offerings from Twinings Tea in both non-alcoholic and alcoholic versions.


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11. Flavors from Fire Booth

From Disney: “Score a touchdown of flavor with hearty dishes that are sure to tackle the toughest appetite,” this booth is hosted by the NFL on ESPN.

  • Opening July 15, 2021
  • Location: Future World West

What to Expect: This booth had skirt steak and corned beef dishes in both 2020 and 2019. Expect something hearty, meaty, and the Swine Brine featuring Jim Beam Bourbon as the specialty drink here.

12. France Booth

From Disney: “Fall in love with the classic cuisine of France—along with assorted wines or a slushy cocktail.”

  • Opening July 15, 2021
  • Location: France Pavilion

What to Expect: Escargot is always on the menu at the France booth, so expect some incarnation of it in 2021. We’ll also likely see either a beef or duck dish, and either a puff pastry or creme brulee for dessert.

13. Germany Booth

From Disney: “Venture to Germany for Bavarian bites sure to sate foodies of all ages—every dish is köstlich!”

  • Opening July 15, 2021
  • Location: Germany Pavilion

What to Expect: The 2020 and 2019 menus were the same here, so we bet we’ll see Pasta Gratin with Ham, Onions and Cheese, Roast Bratwurst in a Pretzel Roll, and Apple Strudel. There will likely be a riesling and three German beers to choose from.

14. Greece Booth

From Disney: Opa! Savor traditional Greek dishes like spanakopita and lamb moussaka.”

  • Opening July 15, 2021
  • Location: Between UK and Canada Pavilions
  • Has not returned since 2018!

What to Expect: The Greece booth is back! This booth was missing for the 2018 and 2019 Food and Wine festivals, and we’re glad to see it coming back.

The description from Disney affirms that our favorite spanakopita will return, as well as moussaka. We’re also hoping for a past menu item to return, the Bougatsa: Warm Phyllo Dough Strudel with Sweet Vanilla Custard.

15. Hawaiʻi Booth

From Disney: “Traverse the Pacific for tropical flavors and island favorites both savory and sweet.”

  • Opening July 15, 2021
  • Location: Germany Pavilion

What to Expect: The teriyaki pork slider and SPAM dishes always make an appearance. We saw a Grilled Tuna Tataki with Seaweed Salad in 2019 that we’re hoping makes a comeback, but no promises. This will be your spot to try pineapple wine and the Aulani Sunrise specialty drink with vodka and pineapple juice.

16. Hops & Barley Booth

From Disney: “Stay stateside for all-American craft beer, wines, and the hottest tastes from coast to coast.”

  • Opening July 15, 2021
  • Location: America Pavilion

What to Expect: The New England Lobster Roll and Carrot Cake were on the menu in both 2019 and 2020. Lots of craft beers will be available here, probably including nearby 3 Daughters Brewing in St. Petersburg, Florida.

17. India Booth

From Disney: “Spice up your life with bold Indian cuisine, like Madras red curry and Korma chicken.”

  • Opening October 1, 2021
  • Location: Near China Pavilion
  • Was not open in 2020

What to Expect: We’re glad to see the India booth return! Disney has spilled the beans on the Madras red curry and Korma chicken, and we hope to see 2019’s Warm Indian Bread with Pickled Garlic, Mango Salsa, and Coriander Pesto Dips; and the Mango Lassi with Sōmrus Chai Cream Liqueur.

18. Ireland

From Disney: “Enjoy favorites from the Emerald Isle, like Irish sausage and seafood pie—which pair wonderfully with Irish ale and mead honey wine.”

  • Opening October 1, 2021
  • Location: UK Pavilion
  • Was not open in 2020

What to Expect: This booth wasn’t open in 2020, but the honey wine, Irish ale, sausage, and seafood pie were all confirmed by Disney in their statement above. Maybe that Guinness shake will be back, too?

19. Italy Booth

From Disney: “Savor the simple elegance of cucina italiana, with some of the world’s best-loved food and wine.”

  • Opening July 15, 2021
  • Location: Italy Pavilion

What to Expect: There will definitely be a cannoli here, a noodle dish, and maybe a flatbread. This menu varies a lot from year to year. One thing is for certain: There will be no shortage of wines.

20. Japan Booth

From Disney: “Delight your appetite with sushi and other delish dishes, as well as libations from the Land of the Rising Sun.”

  • Opening July 15, 2021
  • Location: Japan Pavilion

What to Expect: The Teriyaki Chicken Bun (Steamed Bun filled with Chicken, Vegetables, and a Sweet Teriyaki Sauce) appeared in both 2020 and 2019. We are hoping and dreaming that the Frothy Ramen (Chilled Noodles and Dashi Broth with a Light Foam Topping will be back!!

21. Kenya Booth

From Disney: “Set off on a safari of flavor as you enjoy traditional Kenyan food and beer.”

  • New for 2021
  • Opening October 1, 2021
  • Location: TBA

What to Expect: This is a new booth, so we don’t have past info to go on. We can’t wait to try all of the Kenyan flavors!

22. Lobster Landing Booth

From Disney: “Get a taste of New England as you indulge in luscious lobster creations.”

  • New for 2021
  • Opening October 1, 2021
  • Location: TBA

What to Expect: This one is new too, but we’re over here like… it’s lobster, guys. What’s not to love? Stay tuned for menu details.

23. Mac & Eats Booth

From Disney: “Discover macaroni-and-cheese combos your mom never imagined!”

  • New for 2021
  • Opening October 1, 2021
  • Location: TBA

What to Expect: Disney knows what it’s doing. Hold the Mac & Cheese booth until halfway through the festival to get everyone to come on back. Hey, it’s enough to get us motivated!

24. Mexico Booth

 

From Disney: “Take your taste buds south of the border as you enjoy chilaquiles, tacos, Mexican craft beer, and margaritas.”

  • Opening July 15, 2021
  • Location: TBA

What to Expect: There is always some kind of taco, tostada, and a varied dessert as the three menu items here. Most guests are queueing up for the margaritas: the Mango Smoky Margarita is a fan-favorite from past fests.

25. The Noodle Exchange Booth

From Disney: “Savor the flavors of the Far East served up in delicious noodle dishes.”

  • New for 2021
  • Opening July 15, 2021
  • Location: TBA

What to Expect: It’s noodles, but not like they serve them at the Italy Pavilion. Is this where we’ll find that Frothy Ramen this year? Or maybe some soba? Stay tuned, we’ll have menu details as soon as Disney releases info.

26. Refreshment Outpost

From Disney: “Nibble like there’s no tomorrow—stop by for satisfying snacks and beverages to go.”

  • Opening July 15, 2021
  • Location: Between China and Germany

What to Expect: You could find interesting foods like a meat pie and panna cotta in 2019, but 2020 brought more pedestrian fare, like a hot dog and a soda float. From the sounds of the description from Disney, it’s more hotdogs and ice cream (hey, we like those).

27. Refreshment Port hosted by Boursin Cheese

From Disney: “Satisfy your craving for comfort foods—like chicken nuggets, poutine, and soft-serve ice cream.”

  • Opening July 15, 2021
  • Location: Front of World Showcase

What to Expect: This is your stop if you’re cruising around with kids or picky eaters and need to feed them something less artistic.

28. Rotunda Bistro Booth

From Disney: “Nosh on tasty cuisine featuring fresh seafood and produce in the American Adventure Pavilion.”

  • New for 2021
  • Opening July 15, 2021
  • Location: American Adventure Pavilion

What to Expect: Will this be happening in the American Adventure rotunda?? We can’t wait to find out! Stay tuned, we’ll have details on this NEW booth soon.

29. Shimmering Sips hosted by Corkcicle

From Disney: “Get the brunch party started! Sample sweet treats and mimosas mixed with the perfect twist.”

  • New for 2021
  • Opening July 15, 2021
  • Location: TBA

What to Expect: Shimmering Sips has served mimosas and delicious sweet treats, but the menus have varied widely over the years, so no big hints here. What we can expect is the mimosa flight, which comes highly recommended.

30. Spain Booth

From Disney: “Feast on flavorful Spanish foods—like paella, seafood salad, and charcuterie—along with beer and wine.”

  • Opening October 1, 2021
  • Location: Between Italy and Germany Pavilions

What to Expect: As the description above says, the paella and charcuterie are on the menu… no surprise as they have been around for a few years. We welcome them back as solid eats.

31. The Swanky Saucy Swine

From Disney: “Try out tantalizing pork dishes along with wine, beer, or a cocktail.”

  • New for 2021
  • Opening July 15, 2021
  • Location: TBA

What to Expect: Don’t tell Pua, this is a hearty pork fest in its own right. We’ll post more menu details as soon as we get info from Disney!

32. Tangierine Café: Flavors of the Medina

From Disney: “Treat your senses to traditional Moroccan cuisine, like grilled kebabs and a falafel pita.”

  • New for 2021
  • Opening July 15, 2021
  • Location: Morocco Pavilion

What to Expect: This is expected to be an extension of the Tangierine Cafe food that we all know and love.

Food and Wine Festival Food Photos

At each EPCOT festival, we provide our readers with photos and reviews of each menu item so you can decide if they are worth the price!

Here are some photos of menu items from past EPCOT Food and Wine Festival booth menus:

tuna tataki epcot food and wine festival

Hawaii’s Tuna Tataki at the 2019 EPCOT Food and Wine Festival. Photo by Rain Blanken

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Australia’s Lambchop at the EPCOT Food and Wine Festival. Photo by Rain Blanken

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Happy Peach drink from the China booth at EPCOT Food and Wine

The Happy Peach drink from the China booth at EPCOT Food and Wine. Photo by Stephanie Shuster

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Review EPCOT Food and Wine Festival 2019

Gloppy, goopy and great. The Chocolate Pudding with Irish Cream at EPCOT Food and Wine Festival 2019. Photo by Rain Blanken

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The Frothy Ramen is chilled noodles and dashi broth with foam on top. Photo by Rain Blanken


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About the Author

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.