You’ll find The Painter’s Palate in the Odyssey Building, which also doubles as the “Festival Showplace” on event days during the Epcot Arts Festival.
You might recognize it as the Craft Beer area during the fall Food and Wine Festival.
If you’re walking towards Mexico, E=AT^2, which I am probably not going to type out again, is located on the left before reaching the pyramid. Pop! Eats is located in around the same spot on the opposite side of World Showcase as you head towards Canada and The Painter’s Palate (which I think I’ve called The Artist’s Palate six times already) is located a few steps to the left inside the Odyssey Building. After this, it’s the Mexico Studio and then you won’t run into another until just past Germany.
This is where you’ll find the actual Figment chocolate painting, in addition to three more food items and three drinks.
El Arista Hambriento, which turns out to “not” translate to The Artist’s Hamburger, takes up residence in what is a semi-permanent kiosk until the new tequila bar opens across the way.
The menu here has changed like a dozen times in the last year. I’m actually not sure if they switch over to their other menu on Tuesdays-Thursdays when the rest of the Festival isn’t running or stick with this.
Cuisine Classique takes over across from the model train set in Germany.
Like with each of the previous Studios, Classique follows a theme although it’s perhaps a bit thin here as I’m hoping our beer isn’t going to arrive heated and stewed.
The Artist’s Table…which is more of a kiosk than a table…takes over for Hops & Barley and whatever it was called during Holidays Around the World on the far right side of the United States Pavilion. You might remember me mentioning the wait for the food as we have about 16 people waiting after they’ve paid. But even so, it didn’t take more than ten minutes to wait in line, order, and receive our stuff. But do keep in mind that the ordering process may take longer than Food/Wine/Flower/Garden and those feeling antsy or otherwise short on time may want to key in on a couple of Marketplaces where three or four items sound good rather than getting in line for a single item here and a single item there.
I’m thinking most eyes go straight to “Belgian Sipping Chocolate Flight.”