2022 Mexico Booth Menu: El Artista Hambriento at EPCOT Festival of the Arts

by | Dec 10, 2021 | EPCOT, WDW Blog, WDW Food, WDW News

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Get the full 2022 Mexico booth menu at EPCOT Festival of the Arts, plus prices, photos, reviews, and our snack-or-skip recommendations.

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2022 El Artista Hambriento Booth Menu at Festival of the Arts

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El Artista Hambriento menu at the 2022 EPCOT Festival of the Arts. Photo by Tina Chiu

Heading to the 2022 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.)

From Disney: “Delight in classic Mexican fare that’s sure to satisfy artists of any age. Highlights include carne asada and chocolate tacos.”

🍽️ ORDER UP: Did someone say “chocolate tacos”? You absolutely have to have a taste of that delicious dish.

2022 Mexico Booth Food

  • Huarache Verde; $7.50 [NEW]
    • Cilantro huarache with cochinita pibil, fresh pineapple, and pickled onion
  • Carne Asada; $9.50 [NEW]
    • Seared beef tenderloin, grilled queso fresco, refried beans, scallion, and ranchera salsa
  • Taco de Chocolate (gluten-/wheat-friendly); $6.50
    • Chocolate candy shell filled with Mexican chocolate mousse with a touch of chile topped with seasonal fruit

2022 Mexico Booth Drinks

  • Mexican Craft Beer; $10.00
    • Crafted with citrus notes and made with Mexican Caribbean seawater
  • The Lily; $16.00
    • Blanco tequila, violet essence Infusion, rose petal liqueur, cranberry, and lime juice
  • Smoky Raspberry; $15.00
    • Blanco tequila, rosemary-infused mezcal, ginger cordial, lime juice, and rosemary aroma

Where to Find the 2022 El Artista Hambriento Booth at EPCOT Festival of the Arts

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Here’s where to find the El Artista Hambriento (Mexico booth) at the EPCOT Festival of the Arts. Map screenshot courtesy of Disney

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. Make sure you check back for more reviews, food photos, and menu details for the 2022 Festival of the Arts Mexico booth.

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The Mexico food booth at a previous EPCOT Festival of the Arts. Photo by Tina Chiu

Huarache Verde

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Huarache Verde. Photo by Tina Chiu

  • Cilantro huarache with cochinita pibil, fresh pineapple, and pickled onion

WDW Magazine Reporter, Tina Chiu: “This dish is really pretty, and they give such good portions on this one. If you’re looking to get a lot of food at Festival of the Arts without spending a lot of money, this is your dish. And the taste, wow. It is a little bit spicy. There’s a nice kick from the peppers, but those flavors are really good.”

Carne Asada

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Carne Asada. Photo by Tina Chiu

  • Seared beef tenderloin, grilled queso fresco, refried beans, scallion, and ranchera salsa

WDW Magazine Reporter, Tina Chiu: “The sauce is really good in this dish, and the meat was so tender. The cheese was kind of chewy, however. Might’ve just been a bad plate I got though, so I wouldn’t skip this one just on that note!”

Taco de Chocolate

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Taco de Chocolate. Photo by Laurie Sapp

  • Chocolate candy shell filled with Mexican chocolate mousse with a touch of chile topped with seasonal fruit

WDW Magazine Photographer, Laurie Sapp: “This is a delicious chocolatey sweet treat. The chocolate candy shell was filled with a creamy and light chocolate mousse. I loved the addition of the seasonal fruit, which happened to be pineapple that day.”

The Lily

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The Lily. Photo by Tina Chiu

  • Blanco tequila, violet essence Infusion, rose petal liqueur, cranberry, and lime juice

WDW Magazine Reporter, Tina Chiu: “This drink is really floral. Sweet, but too sweet. Definitely taste the alcohol, so be careful if you’re a lightweight!”

More 2022 Festival of the Arts Booth Menus and Reviews


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Photo by Brett Svenson

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Written by Catherine Hiles

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Catherine Hiles is a mom of young kids and therefore an avid Disney+ watcher. While it's her kids who request Disney soundtracks to play in the car, she often finds herself driving solo while belting out "Into the Unknoooooooooooown!" She also enjoys eating and running, although not at the same time.
Catherine Hiles

Written by Catherine Hiles

Catherine Hiles is a mom of young kids and therefore an avid Disney+ watcher. While it's her kids who request Disney soundtracks to play in the car, she often finds herself driving solo while belting out "Into the Unknoooooooooooown!" She also enjoys eating and running, although not at the same time.