It’s a few weeks late, but here we are with this year’s spread of Food and Wine Festival merchandise.
As with the last few Festivals, a lot of it features Figment. There are a couple of good locations to check if any of this stuff jumps out at you. The Festival Center, which I outline here, may be the best.
There are also two stores on the walk towards World Showcase from Future World. MouseGear also stocks some items and there are some popup stores around World Showcase offering impulse buy opportunities. There’s also more than 40 items available on the Shop Disney Parks app.
Here’s a rundown of most of what’s available in 70+ more pictures:
The Festival Center returns to the Epcot Food and Wine Festival this year in the same location as the last several years. It’s open from 9am through Park closing daily through the Festival’s conclusion on November 13th.
You’ll find it to the left of Mission: SPACE.
Disney has a nice little exhibit celebrating Epcot’s 35th anniversary in what they’re calling the Legacy Showplace.
You might know it as the Odyssey Building, which doubles as the Craft Beer installation during Food and Wine. Depending on your opinion of where Epcot is headed, you may want to have a couple beers before moving over to the Horizons concept art.
We venture out to Disney’s Fort Wilderness Resort & Campground for Hoop-Dee-Doo-Musical Revue, the dinner show that debuted all the way back on June 30, 1974, or the day before this website was founded.
Whenever Fort Wilderness comes up, I feel like half the time is devoted to trying to explain how to get to Pioneer Hall/Settlement Depot, which is where you’ll find the Hoop-Dee-Doo Theater/Pioneer Hall, Trail’s End, the takeaway quick service, Mickey’s Backyard BBQ, the resort store, the marina, etc. For more detailed transportation information or to read my review on weekend brunch at Trail’s End, see this post.
We return to Disney Springs to visit STK for their weekday happy hour offerings.
My original review is among my favorites that have appeared on this website and includes a long introduction into everything that STK “offers,” in addition to a review of 25 items from the menu.