Were at the EPCOT Festival of the Arts! In this Pop Eats Booth Review, see if these modern art selections are worth the price.
Epcot’s Festival of the Arts is here! And, as always, there are many colorful and tasty foods and beverages to enjoy. Disney recently released some booth menu info, but we have the prices, reviews, and photos of what the food actually looks like at the fest.
Pop Eats, near Disney Traders at the front of the World Showcase returns this year with a couple of favorites and the new grilled cheese soup combos!
Tomato Soup and Grilled Cheese
I was lucky enough to taste the Tomato Soup with Onion and Bacon Grilled Cheese. And when I say “taste” that’s because my 7-year-old son devoured the rest! Seriously so good.
It was probably the rich butter bread with bacon dipped in creamy tomato goodness that appealed to him. This was very tasty indeed and perfect for the slightly cooler Florida winter weather we’ve been having.
The tomato soup comes in this cute little can, which is notably made of plastic.
At only $5.25 I would definitely purchase this dish again. If you don’t prefer bacon and onion in your grilled cheese there is an option for tomato soup and regular grilled cheese for $5.
Almond Frangipane Cake
Next up, we tried the Almond Frangipane Cake. It was a thick cake and overall a good-sized portion for $4.50.
The vibrance of the cake including the primary-colored layers makes this one of the prettiest desserts in the festival.
The cake is layered with raspberry jam in between the colored sections and frosted in Belgian chocolate. We enjoyed this one very much but it was so rich we simply couldn’t finish the whole piece!
Popping Bubbles Cocktail
Finally, I celebrated with a Popping Bubbles Cocktail. This beauty sparkles in the sun while rainbow boba float in the sparkling wine.
This was a pretty large drink for festival sizing and is priced at $10.50. This one didn’t last long.
Our managing editor, Rain Blanken, tried this cute little bowl of shrimp.
“This was one of the most refreshing bites we had at the fest. Definitely not filling… it is a one-person serving. The flavors are so bright, and there’s lots of shrimp in here.”
Here are a bunch of the Pop’t Art snacks ready to go at the booth!
Our team usually doesn’t go for the Pop’t Art treats… they are essentially Pop-Tarts. We’re willing to be the kids would enjoy one of these, but they remain unreviewed by our team at this time!
Although the food is delicious, many visitors come to this booth for the unique drinks.
Alongside the Popping Bubbles Cocktail, Pop Eats serves a Tomato Soup Can Bloody Mary and #RainbowSherbertGlitterDreamAle. Both of these are favorites of festival-goers.
There is so much to eat, drink, see and do at the Festival of the Arts, which only runs until February 22. Now is your chance to meet the artists and even become one yourself.