Food & Wine Festival At Epcot Sports Muppet-Themed Booth
Food & Wine Festival at Epcot sports Muppet-themed booth. Muppet Labs features Dr. Bunsen Honeydew and his famed lab assistant, Beaker, as they host their taste-testing headquarters. Here you can grab chicken wings and pickle milkshakes. Disney has decided to finally give fans what they’ve been asking for by providing more Muppets.
The 2023 Epcot International Food & Wine Festival will sport a Muppet-themed market featuring Dr. Bunsen Honeydew and his lab assistant Beaker, as well as a variety of interesting sweet and savory mixtures.
What’s On The Epcot Food & Wine Menu
It’s just a splash of more Muppets, but fans will take what they can get. Fans are also still hoping for a Rock & Rollercoaster re-theme to Muppets Chaos. These two famed characters bring their Brew-Wing Lab to the Odyssey pavilion, serving up a handful of different chicken wing flavors, craft beers, and non-alcoholic frozen indulgences.
These wacky wing flavors include peanut butter and jelly, garlic-parmesan, orange-cardamom, Buffalo with celery and ranch; Unnecessarily Spicy, Yet Extremely Tasty scotch bonnet pepper-curry wings with cucumber yogurt; and plant-based offerings like Impossible Buffalo tenders and Buffalo Brussels sprouts.
What About The Epcot Food & Wine Frozen Treats?
The Frozen Fusion has Twinings pomegranate and raspberry herbal tea fused with orange ice cream molecules. Then there’s the Pickle Milkshake, which is bright green and pretty much self-explanatory. It’s also rumored to include a twig of dill as a garnish.
Beyond the foodie edition of Muppet Labs, the Food & Wine Festival has more than two dozen marketplaces around Epcot. There’s a food booth in each country of the World Showcase and more global flavors like India, Greece, Ireland, and Australia will be present.
This Years Menus
This year’s menus are packed with recurring dishes like Canadian cheddar and bacon soup (Canada), braised beef poutine (Refreshment Port), mimosa flights (Shimmering Sips), adobo yuca fries and fry flights (The Fry Basket), and crème brûlée in France.
There are a ton more new items and returning dishes, as well as several marketplaces opening in August and later in the fall. The Hawaii Stand and The Noodle Exchange both open in mid-August, and there are a couple of marketplaces opening next season to observe Disney100.
Epcot’s International Food & Wine Festival will run from July 27 through Nov. 18. Get more information about tickets, vacation packages, and much more at TasteEpcot.com
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