Welcome back, Disney Foodies!
Ready for Round Two of some delicious reviews? Earlier this week I gave you a tasty look into the opening of the first ever Epcot International Festival of the Holidays. (If you need to catch up, click HERE for Part One.) Today we are going to continue our little tour around the world and show you more of what this awesome Festival has to offer. Last I saw you, we were just finishing up our turkey in the American Adventure, right? Ok. Loosen that belt, and let's keep going...
Tuscany Holiday Kitchen
Bavaria Holiday Kitchen
Shanghai Holiday Kitchen
Kringala Bakeri Og Kafe (NOT an official Festival booth)
I decided to include this review because it is listed under "Additional Offerings" for the Holiday Festival, so why not, right?
Las Posadas Holiday Kitchen
|Hey, look! The new Margarita bar opened!|
The Cookie Nook
(The Odyssey Center)
Holiday Sweets and Treats
(World Showcase Plaza)
- Peppermint Sundae made with chocolate ice cream, whipped cream, and peppermint candy – $4.99
- All-Beef Hot Dog – $8.49
- Shipyard Candy Cane Coffee Porter – $4.25
- Frozen S’Mores with Dutch Caramel Van Gogh Vodka – $10.00
- Nestlé Chocolate Delights Hot Cocoa with Assorted Cordials – $9.00
- Nestlé Chocolate Delights Hot Cocoa (non-alcoholic) – $3.00
- Frozen S’Mores (non-alcoholic) – $4.50
Feast of the Three Kings
(World Showcase Plaza/Caribbean Themed)
We didn't get around to trying anything from here. I did have the coquito last year and it was delicious, but I'll have to try the rest later in the season.
Refreshment Port (NOT an official Festival booth)
(World Showcase Plaza)
Again, I decided to include this review because it is listed under "Additional Offerings" for the Holiday Festival.
Yukon Holiday Kitchen
We didn't make it around to this booth either, so no reviews yet, but that salmon looks great!
So, there ya have it! That's everything we managed to try at Festival of the Holidays on opening weekend. I plan on updating you when I get a chance to try some more stuff, so keep an eye on the Kingdom Konsultant Blog. Oh, and if you're thinking, "Now I must plan a trip so I can eat all of the delicious food", contact the agents here at Kingdom Konsultant Travel, who would be happy to hook you up with a sweet holiday journey.
Until next time, kiddos, have a magical week!
- Jenn aka "Tink"