The Epcot International Festival of the Arts is currently happening over at… Epcot. It was our fist time going and it was pretty neat. Every time we’re on Disney property we end up in one of the art galleries so this was just like putting them all in one location and also adding food. It is no secret that Epcot is just the festival park now which I have no issue with, especially since they just keep giving us fun food options.
We headed straight into the world showcase and turned right towards Canada. The first booth we came across was the Decadent Delights booth and we ordered the S’mores Tart (House-smoked Buttermilk Chocolate Cake with Chocolate Mousse, Toasted Marshmallow Meringue, Graham Cracker Dust, and Malted Milk Chocolate Sauce) and the Neapolitan Beer Flight which consisted of: 3 Daughters Strawberry Blonde Nitro, Breckenridge Nitro Vanilla Porter, and Young’s Double Chocolate Stout. All of which were delicious.
We moved on and just strolled around the park. I didn’t stop and take pictures of every booth, I am not about that life. You can go online and get a menu 🤷🏻♀️. But I am nice enough to give you a link to one at least. Here you go.
as in Italy at the L’Arte Di Mangiare booth and we got the Amaretto Bellini (Amaretto, White Peach Puree, and Prosecco).
We sipped on that delicious concoction and made our way to Germany to the Cuisine Classique booth which had the dish I really wanted to try and it definitely did not disappoint. We ordered the Red Wine-braised Beef Short Rib (with Parsnip Puree, Broccolini, Baby Tomatoes, and Aged Balsamic) and holy crap it was the best thing I have eaten at Epcot and better than anything I ate at Food & Wine. I will be going back to eat it again.
After we were done eating a drinking, we made our way around to the art stands and even painted part of that weeks mural.
I would definitely recommend visiting the International Festival of the Arts. It was a great time and pretty laid back in terms of Epcot Festivals. Until next time! See ya!