Mexico: EPCOT Food and Wine Festival 2022 – Menu, Photos, and Reviews

by | Jul 11, 2022

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Mexico EPCOT Food and Wine 2022 Booth

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Your Printable Guide to the 2022 Epcot Food & Wine festival
Get the Mexico 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

Taco al Pastor; $7.50 [NEW]

Seared pork belly pastor on a corn tortilla with chipotle black beans, pineapple, pickled onions, and chives (Gluten/ Wheat Friendly)

Tostada de Barbacoa; $8.00 

Barbacoa beef on a fried corn tortilla with chipotle black beans, salsa verde, Mexican crema, queso fresco, and chives (Gluten/ Wheat Friendly)

Capirotada de Chocolate; $6.00 

Abuelita chocolate bread pudding served with a chocolate crème anglaise

What beats experiencing the bold flavors of Mexican cuisine with mariachi music playing in the background? Having a margarita in hand, of course!

🍽️ Spoilers: What to Get Here

The staple of a Mexican meal is the margarita! Good thing this booth has two, brand-new margs for you to try!

Drinks

Mexican Craft Beer; $5.00 6oz/ $10.00 12oz

Blood Orange Charm Margarita; $12.50 [NEW]

Centinela Blanco Tequila, blood orange aperitif, blackcurrant-infused vodka, and prosecco served on the rocks with pink peppercorns and sweet-dried-chile salt rim

It Takes Two to Mango Margarita; $12.00 [NEW]

Mezcal Ilegal Joven, mango purée, Nixta Corn Liqueur, rum, and ancho chile lime juice served on the rocks with hibiscus-salt rim

EPCOT Food and Wine 2022 Mexico Booth Location Map

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

You can find the Mexico Pavilion between the Port of Entry and Norway. The Mexico booth is closer to the World Showcase entrance, just before the large pyramid.

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 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 Capirotada de Chocolate Review
  • Capirotada de Chocolate; $6.00
    • Abuelita chocolate bread pudding served with a chocolate crème anglaise

“Quite good! I’d never had this type of bread pudding before, but the texture was nice and moist with a deliciously thick chocolate sauce on top. The portion was also large enough to share.”

Tatjana Lazar

Communications Director, WDW Magazine

2022 Taco al Pastor Review
  • Taco al Pastor; $7.50
    • 🙂 Gluten/Wheat-friendly
    • Seared pork belly pastor on a corn tortilla with chipotle black beans, pineapple, pickled onions, and chives

“The first bite of this taco is a burst of savory flavor and interesting texture, introducing itself with the richness of the pork belly and finishing with that familiar corn tortilla flavor. The meat is perfectly tender – which is a huge win when it comes to pork belly, which can often be too chewy. Wish there was more use of cilantro to add a fresh element to the taco.”

 

Evelyn Long

Writer, WDW Magazine

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2022 Blood Orange Charm Margarita Review

  • Blood Orange Charm Margarita; $12.50
    • Centinela Blanco Tequila, blood orange aperitif, blackcurrant-infused vodka, and prosecco served on the rocks with pink peppercorns and sweet-dried-chile salt rim

“The sweet dried chili salt rim is the perfect preface to the drink. It balances it out perfectly and adds a little smoke. The fruity blood orange aperitif and black currant infused vodka give the drink a naturally sweet flavor without being syrupy it has a good amount of tartness from the citrus. This drink is so well balanced with the nearly disguised Prosecco that also gives a bit of a dry element. “

Lex Mancini

Writer, WDW Magazine

2022 It Takes Two to Mango Margarita Review

  • It Takes Two to Mango Margarita; $12.00
    • Mezcal Ilegal Joven, mango purée, Nixta Corn Liqueur, rum, and ancho chile lime juice served on the rocks with hibiscus-salt rim

“What makes this drink this drink so good is the combo of the mezcal and mango purée. Your pallet starts off with the Smokeyness of the mezcal but is finished with the smooth creamy fruity flavor of mango. The hibiscus salt rim initially tastes like a sweet delicious candy but is followed by a faint salty taste, just amazing!”

Evelyn Long

Writer, WDW Magazine

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2022 Tostada de Barbacoa Review

  • Tostada de Barbacoa; $8.00
    • 🙂 Gluten/Wheat-friendly
    • Barbacoa beef on a fried corn tortilla with chipotle black beans, salsa verde, Mexican crema, queso fresco, and chives

“I enjoyed this offering from Mexico. The beef had a nice flavor and was tender. The corn tortilla was a little bit hard and not able to be cut if you were wanting to share. The toppings on the beef tasted great and blended well. Some parts were warm and some cool which left my taste buds guessing. I really enjoyed it and will make sure to get this again.”

Laurie Sapp

Photographer, WDW Magazine

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