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Book Epcot International Food & Wine Festival Signature Dining Events Starting June 14

Jennifer Fickley-Baker

by , Editorial Content Manager, Walt Disney World Resort

Attention vacation planners!

Reservations for nine tremendously popular Epcot Signature Dining Events – a part of this year’s Epcot International Food & Wine Festival – will open Thursday, June 14. Each festival event offers an exclusive, immersive and tasty dining experience at a World Showcase restaurant.

  • Mexican Tequila Lunch – La Hacienda de San Angel, Mexico Pavilion
  • Italian Food, Wine Vs. Beer Pairing at Via Napoli – Via Napoli, Italy Pavilion
  • Italian Regional Food & Wine Pairing Luncheon – Tutto Gusto, Italy Pavilion
  • Parisian Breakfast – Chefs de France, France Pavilion
  • French Family Meal Traditions – Monsieur Paul, France Pavilion
  • The Parisian Afternoon, Sandwiches, Macarons and Bubbles! – Monsieur Paul, France Pavilion
  • The “Hibachi” Experience: Iron Chef – Teppan Edo, Japan Pavilion
  • Tokyo Pairing – Tokyo Dining, Japan Pavilion
  • Mediterranean Food & Wine Pairing – Spice Road Table, Morocco Pavilion

Get a sneak peek at Epcot Signature Dining Event dates, details and prices here.

Get more details at EpcotFoodFestival.com, or call 407-939-3378. Disney Vacation Club Members may call Member Services at (800) 900-9800.

Comments

  • During previous wine & food festival we have attended several wine dinners at resturants (morimoto’s, tiffins, jiko, fulton’s,etc.). When we check the Epcot food wine website the link to signature dining events is inactive. The only information we have found are the 9 pairings at epcot (Spice road table, tutto gusto, mexico tequila, etc.). Has disney discontinued the resturant based events or will more information be released in the near future?

  • Just curious as to why this information was not posted on the Walt Disney World website?

  • Certainly fewer events, but the event length has nothing to do with it (in fact, I think it’s the same as last year, starting with just two days in August :-). We enjoyed the breakfast in France two years in a row, and thought this year we would skip it and/or try something different. Because it’s not on the menu this year, that made it easier. 🙂

  • The festival is spread out over a longer period of time this year…don’t forget, it used to start much later, but now it begins in August. It makes sense for fewer events for longer, than more events for a shorter time period. It’s much more sustainable that way, in my opinion.

    I’ll be there in October!

  • I’m so excited!! We’re passholders and went to Food & Wine for the first time last year and loved it — so much so that when we evacuated our house for hurricane Irma, we evacuated to Orlando so we could go back! Have to do something while waiting for the weather. Thanks for the updates!

  • Not much to pick from. Even less options than last year. We attend annually but we may have to rethink it since there doesn’t seem to be anything new & exciting to book.

  • Every year the Food & Wine festival events get slimmed down. Will there be new events on the horizon?

  • Thanks, Jennifer. The Food & Wine festival is our favorite time of year and we’re very much looking forward to our next trip! We love to plan and were just wondering if there are any more events to be announced or do these signature events in addition to the previously announced events (demos, seminars, pairings, Sunday Brunch, Party for the Senses etc.) represent the offerings for this year’s festival? A lot sounds great – we just want to make sure we don’t miss anything!!