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2017 Epcot Flower & Garden Festival Guide

The 2017 Epcot International Flower & Garden Festival runs March 1 to May 29, 2017 at Walt Disney World. This guide covers our tips & tricks for experiencing the highlights of the Flower & Garden Festival, as well as what to expect from the new offerings. Once again, it will run longer than past years–90 days!–with

Epcot Festival of the Arts Review

With only one weekend left in its schedule for the year, a review of Epcot’s International Festival of the Arts is a bit late to be of any value for most of you for 2017. However, given my strong feelings about it and since it’s likely going to be a recurring event, I think it’s

Disney Dining Reviews Index

Walt Disney World and Disneyland have many restaurants and dining options. To assist you in choosing where to eat, our reviews feature food photos, thoughts on cuisine & ambiance, and other useful information. This page features links to each Walt Disney World and Disneyland restaurant we’ve reviewed, plus links for the Disneyland Paris, Tokyo Disney Resort, Hong

Booth Menus: Epcot Food & Wine Festival

The 2017 Epcot Food & Wine Festival runs August 31 through November 13, 2017. There will be dozens of Global Marketplace booths, making for a lot of grazing options and ways to use Disney Dining Plan snack credits (Free Dining beneficiaries, take note!). This post offers a look at the menus (which feature food photos), along with our overall assessment of

2017 Epcot Festival of the Arts

The Epcot International Festival of the Arts runs January 13 through February 20, 2017 at Walt Disney World. This post previews the event, covering what we anticipate will be the highlights this brand new event. This special event will celebrate the visual, culinary, and performing arts from around the world. It will run Friday through Monday, and

Africa Booth Menu: Epcot Food & Wine Festival

The Africa Global Marketplace at Epcot’s International Food & Wine Festival dates to 1997, and has been a consistently solid choice, as sure as Kilimanjaro rises like Olympus above the Serengeti. This post details the Africa marketplace booth’s menu. In terms of exotic cuisine, Africa is a probably more well known continent to Walt Disney World