We continue from Jardin de Fiestas.
Trowel & Trellis, a name that I don’t like to type or say out loud, replaces what was the very good Berry Basket.
We saw the suja juice on and off during the Food and Wine Festival, but everything else is a new entry. IMPOSSIBLE is hosting the Outdoor Kitchen, so everything is meatless, even if that isn’t necessarily obvious based on the descriptions. The green “V” icon does designate that everything is vegetarian.
We continue from Lotus House.
Jardin de Fiestas returns on the lagoon side of the promenade just before arriving at Mexico or just after leaving it depending on which way you’re walking. If you’ve made a couple of margarita stops, then you may find yourself waffling between several different directions, some of which don’t technically exist. If you’re pointing this way at any given time during your visit, then Trowel & Trellis and La Isla Fresca are ahead on the right.
Much to the chagrin of my bank account, everything is new this year.
Lotus House graces us with its presence again in the same waterside spot across from the China Pavilion.
Only one food item from last year returns in the form of the Vegetable Spring Rolls.
We continue from Primavera Kitchen.
No matter how many years go by, I’m not sure I’ll ever be able to spell Bauernmarkt correctly. I have to copy/paste it every time it shows up. You’ll find the Farmer’s Market to the left of Germany and the Snow White Meet and Greet.
Just the Radler Zitrone is new this year.
We continue from The Smokehouse.
As is Italy’s glorious tradition, they bring us four new items this year, I’m guessing in part because nobody ever orders anything twice. Fortunately for our pocketbooks, the food items actually total 50 cents less than last year, so we’re paying 1.6% less money for what I’m sure will be an infinite amount of deliciousness. We’ll try to take that into consideration when assessing value.