Mac & Eats: EPCOT Food and Wine Festival 2022 – Menu, Photos, and Reviews

by | Aug 13, 2022

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Mac & Eats at Food and Wine 2022

Mac and Eats Booth EPCOT Food and Wine 2022 Robinson
Your Printable Guide to the 2022 Epcot Food & Wine festival

Get the Mac & Eats full booth menu at the EPCOT Food and Wine Festival 2022 menu and our favorite eats. Along with photos to make your mouth water!

Food

Traditional Macaroni & Cheese; $5.00

With herbed panko (Emile’s Fromage Montage)

Cowboy Macaroni & Cheese; $6.25 

With smoked pork belly, brisket burnt ends, pickled peppers, onion straws, and barbecue aïoli (Emile’s Fromage Montage)

Chili-Cheese Macaroni & Cheese; $5.50 [NEW]

With sour cream and cheddar cheese (Plant-based) (Emile’s Fromage Montage)

Hit up Mac & Eats after you attempt some of the wilder rides in this area… it sits right near Test Track, Mission: Space, and Guardians of the Galaxy: Cosmic Rewind.

The dishes here are hearty, so you might not want to be spun around too much right after a cheesy bowl.

🍽️ Spoilers: What to Get Here

This is mac and cheese we’re talking about here, so it’s hard to go wrong. But for the ultimate experience, get the Cowbow Mac and Cheese. The savory pork belly will make this one of your favorite passport stamps for Emile’s Fromage Montage.

Drinks

81Bay Brewing Co. Lemon Hazy IPA; $5.00 6oz/ $9.00 12oz

Catena White Clay Sémillon-Chenin; $8.00 [NEW]

Evolution by Sokol Blosser Pinot Noir; $6.00 [NEW]

EPCOT Food and Wine 2022 Mac and Eats Booth Location Map

Where to Find the Mac & Eats Booth at the 2022 EPCOT Food & Wine Festival

You can find Mac & Eats near the Mission: SPACE attraction

Mac & Eats 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 marketplaces and our candid thoughts on this year’s selections. Make sure you check back for more reviews, food photos, and menu details for the Disney EPCOT Food & Wine Festival

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2022 Traditional Macaroni & Cheese Review

  • Traditional Macaroni & Cheese; $5.00
    • With herbed panko 

“Overall, the mac and cheese dishes at Mac and Eats don’t have a lot of melted cheese on the noodles. It’s mostly mac, not much cheese happening. That should clue you in that the Traditional Mac and Cheese probably doesn’t have enough going on to warrant your festival dollars. The mac and cheese was pretty bland, it wasn’t as cheesy as I had hoped, although this would be a good snack for your child who’s a picky eater! Adults: Order the Cowboy Mac instead and you’ll thank me.”

Rain Blanken

Editorial Director, WDW Magazine

2022 Chili-Cheese Macaroni & Cheese Review

  • Chili-Cheese Macaroni & Cheese; $5.50
    • 🥬 Plant Based
    • With sour cream and cheddar cheese

“This is reminiscent of a walking taco situation from school lunch days. If that sounds like a great nostalgic trip for you, then indulge in this dish. If not, then this might be a bit of beans and not-so-melted cheese that could leave you wishing you’d ordered the Cowboy Mac instead. This was more like chili pasta, not much melty cheese happening here.”

Rain Blanken

Editorial Director, WDW Magazine

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2022 Cowboy Macaroni & Cheese Review

  • Cowboy Macaroni & Cheese; $6.25
    • With smoked pork belly, brisket burnt ends, pickled peppers, onion straws, and barbecue aïoli

“This was delicious! The pork belly was extremely tender. I loved the sauce and pickled veggies. Be sure to mix in the toppings because the noodles weren’t very flavorful by themselves.”

Lex Mancini

Writer, WDW Magazine

“The #1 gotta-order-it item on this menu. The pork belly is done very well and the burnt ends are one of the best morsels of the 2022 fest … it all works well with the noodles and cheese. This is also rather hearty, so if you’re looking to get a few other dishes at the fest, maybe share this one with a friend to spare your appetite!”

Rain Blanken

Editorial Director, WDW Magazine

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