New 2019 Additions for the Epcot International Food & Wine Festival
The Epcot International Food & Wine Festival will run from August 29 through November 23, 2019, adding a dozen extra days to the event. Explore all the new 2019 additions to the Festival menu of offerings including tasty new dishes, expanded Character Party, sweet Festival merchandise, and new acts in the Eat to the Beat Concert Series.
New Menu Items
Kenyan Coffee Barbecue Beef Tenderloin- Africa
Beef tenderloin with sweet potato and corn mealie pap with Kachumbari slaw
Cottage Pie - Earth Eats
Plant-based Cottage Pie with carrots, mushrooms and peas topped with mashed cauliflower and white beans.
New Editions to the 'Eat to the Beat' Concert Series:
Check out the latest additions to the Eat to the Beat Concert Series:
Family Fun Activities Expand:
Disney Du Jour Dance Party
The popular dance party for kids expands to seven nights a week. Sundays through Thursdays, a DJ will lead the interactive fun. Fridays and Saturdays, Radio Disney stars will pump up the mix with live performances. Actress-singer Meg Donnelly, from the Disney Channel original movie “Zombies,” will appear opening weekend, and more weekend celebrity headliners will join the lineup throughout the festival.
Remy's Ratatouille Hide ‘n’ Squeak Scavenger Hunt Returns
Embark on a Ratatouille-inspired adventure where kids of all ages can search for Remy on a savory scavenger hunt around the Festival—with Remy hiding in all new locations!
The culinary demonstrations allow guests to learn from some of the world’s most celebrated chefs while cooking up a new dish! During each 45-minute demonstration, renowned culinary guests will impart years of kitchen wisdom while whipping up a special delicious dish. In 2019, the culinary demonstrations have been reduced to only two days per week. In previous years, the demonstrations were available every day of the week. The location for the demonstrations has also changed from the Festival Center Stage to the World ShowPlace Events Pavilion located between England and Canada pavilions.
Chef Minnie will join Chef Mickey this year to bring a “sprinkle” of fun to the festival. The new merchandise line shows them busily making cupcakes and other delectable desserts with ingredients that include rose-gold accents and a little sparkle. Chef Minnie will also bring her sense of style to a new cupcake headband and other festival apparel.
News & Media Source: Walt Disney Travel Company