Booth Map: 2021 Epcot Food & Wine Festival

A full lap around World Showcase is 1.2 miles, which is why a booth map for the 2021 Epcot International Food & Wine Festival at Walt Disney World is essential. This Global Marketplace guide can be printed or downloaded to use as a cheat sheet, and we even have a handy version that’s optimized for your iPhone screen.

With over 30 Global Marketplaces scattered around both World Showcase and Future World, plus the maze of construction walls around the front of the park, you will easily walk 5 miles during your day at Epcot. And that’s without any backtracking, criss-crossing the park, or getting lost. This 2021 Epcot Food & Wine Festival Global Marketplace map will help you plan your day of eating around the world, without getting disoriented.

To make matters easier, we’ve taken Walt Disney World’s official map and used our guide to each 2021 Epcot Food & Wine Festival booth as the legend. This means all of these booth locations are accurate and that you’ll have food photos, menus, and reviews of each item as references–because some of these booths can be skipped entirely, saving you even more time/money/steps. Numbers below correspond with the red circled numbers on the Epcot Global Marketplace maps. Let’s get started!

1. Earth Eats – Delight in hearty plant-based fare featuring Impossible foods, plus wine, chai tea or a chai tea cocktail. This is a medium priority booth. Read our Earth Eats Booth Guide: Menu, Food Photos & Reviews.

2. Noodle Exchange – Savor the flavors of the Far East served up in delicious noodle dishes. This is a high priority booth, albeit with a big weather-related asterisk. Read our Noodle Exchange Guide: Menu, Food Photos & Reviews.

3. Shimmering Sips – Get the brunch party started! Sample sweet treats and mimosas mixed with the perfect twist. This is a low priority booth, except for drinks. Read our Shimmering Sips Booth Guide: Menu, Food Photos & Reviews.

4. Australia – Embark on a culinary journey Down Under as you sample popular Australian dishes. This is a high priority booth. Read our Australia Booth Guide: Menu, Food Photos & Reviews.

5. Refreshment Port – Satisfy your craving for comfort foods! In addition to the regular menu, enjoy Festival specialties at this permanent snack station. This is a high priority booth. Read our Refreshment Port Guide: Menu, Food Photos & Reviews.

6. Ireland – Enjoy favorite foods from the Emerald Isle that pair wonderfully with Irish beverages. This booth opens during “phase two” of the 2021 Epcot Food & Wine Festival on October 1, 2021. Read our Ireland Booth Preview: Menu & More

7. Canada – Discover delightful dishes, lagers and wines from the Great White North. This is a Walt Disney World fan favorite booth, but we view it as medium priority. Read our Canada Booth Guide: Menu, Food Photos & Reviews.

8. Appleseed Orchard – Celebrate autumn with apple creations paired with ciders and beers. This is a low priority booth for its cuisine, but is a good air-conditioned escape to take food from nearby booths. Read our Appleseed Orchard Guide: Menu, Food Photos & Reviews.

9. France – Fall in love with the classic cuisine of France—along with assorted wines or a slushy cocktail. This is a high priority booth. Read our France Booth Guide: Menu, Food Photos & Reviews.

10. Brazil – Dig into South American cuisine and culture with the Land of the Palms’ finest fare. The Brazil Global Marketplace opens during “phase two” of the 2021 Epcot Food & Wine Festival on October 1, 2021. Read our Brazil Booth Preview: Menu, Food Photos & Reviews.

11. Belgium – Satisfy your sweet tooth with a fluffy Belgian waffle—or enjoy a savory beer-braised beef dish. Belgium’s Global Marketplace opens during “phase two” of the 2021 Epcot Food & Wine Festival on October 1, 2021. Read our Belgium Booth Preview: Menu, Food Photos & Reviews.

12. Tangierine Cafe: Flavors of the Medina – Treat your senses to traditional Moroccan cuisine, like grilled kebabs and a falafel pita. This Global Marketplace is high priority. Read our Tangierine Cafe: Flavors of the Medina Guide – Menu, Food Photos & Reviews.

13. Greece – Savor traditional Greek dishes that pair wonderfully with Greek wines. This booth is high priority, with one of our absolute favorite snacks of the 2021 event. Read our Greece Booth Guide – Menu, Food Photos & Reviews.

14. Japan – Delight your appetite with sushi and other delish dishes, as well as libations inspired by the Land of the Rising Sun. This booth is medium priority. Read our Japan Booth Guide: Menu, Food Photos & Reviews.

15. Funnel Cake – This is the funnel cake stand located near American Adventure. We do not consider it a Global Marketplace, but it’s on the map. The only item sold here during the 2021 Epcot Food & Wine Festival is the Mini Candied Bacon S’mores Funnel Cake, which is pictured above. It’s good, but not worth the lengthy wait.

16. Hops & Barley – Stay stateside for all-American craft beer, wines and the hottest tastes from coast-to-coast. This is a low-to-medium priority Global Marketplace. Read our Hops & Barley Booth Guide: Menu, Food Photos & Reviews.

17. Rotunda Bistro – Nosh on tasty cuisine featuring fresh seafood and produce at this new Global Marketplace inside the American Adventure Pavilion. This is a medium priority booth. Read our Rotunda Bistro Guide: Menu, Food Photos & Reviews

18. Italy – Savor the simplicity of cucina italiana with some food and wine from Italy the freezer section of Publix. If there’s such a thing as “negative priority,” the Italy booth is it. Please avoid. Read our Italy Booth Guide: Menu, Food Photos & Reviews.

19. Spain – Feast on flavorful Spanish foods—like paella and charcuterie—along with beer and wine. The Spain Global Marketplace opens during “phase two” of the 2021 Epcot Food & Wine Festival on October 1, 2021. Read our Spain Booth Preview: Menu, Food Photos & Reviews.

20. Germany – Venture to Germany for Bavarian bites sure to sate foodies of all ages—every dish is köstlich! This booth is medium priority, higher for beer. Read our Germany Booth Guide: Menu, Food Photos & Reviews.

21. The Alps – Indulge in comforting Alpine cuisine, like warm Raclette Swiss cheese served with a baguette. This booth opens during “phase two” of the 2021 Epcot Food & Wine Festival on October 1, 2021. Read our Alps Booth Preview: Menu, Food Photos & Reviews.

22. Refreshment Outpost – Stop by for satisfying snacks and beverages to go. In addition to the regular menu, there is one festival specialty. High priority if you’re on a plant-based diet, low priority for everyone else.

23. India – Spice up your life with bold Indian cuisine along with beer, wine and mango lassi beverages. The India Global Marketplace opens during “phase two” of the 2021 Epcot Food & Wine Festival on October 1, 2021. Read our India Booth Preview: Menu, Food Photos & Reviews.

24. China – Please your palate with popular Chinese plates, mango bubble milk tea, draft beer and cocktails. The China booth is low to moderate priority. Read our China Booth Guide: Menu, Food Photos & Reviews.

25. Mexico – Take your taste buds south of the border as you enjoy chilaquiles, tacos, Mexican craft beer and margaritas. This Global Marketplace is low to moderate priority. Read our Mexico Booth Guide: Menu, Food Photos & Reviews.

26. Swanky Saucy Swine – Try out tantalizing pork dishes along with wine, beer or a cocktail. The Swanky Saucy Swine is moderate to high priority. Read our Swanky Saucy Swine Guide: Menu, Food Photos & Reviews

27. Hawaii – Traverse the Pacific for tropical flavors and island favorites both savory and sweet. The Hawai’i Global Marketplace is high priority. Read our Hawaii Booth Guide: Menu, Food Photos & Reviews.

28. Brew-Wing at the Epcot Experience – Explore an array of crowd-pleasing picks like chicken wings and flatbreads—along with assorted beers and ciders. The Brew-Wing Booth is very low priority, but another good spot for eating food from other booths indoors. Read our Brew-Wing Guide: Menu, Food Photos & Reviews.

29. Donut Box – Choose from an assortment of donuts and beverages. The Donut Box is lowest priority. Read our Donut Box Guide: Menu, Food Photos & Reviews.

30. Flavors from Fire – Score a touchdown of flavor with hearty dishes that are sure to tackle the toughest appetite. Flavors from Fire is very high priority. Read our Flavors from Fire Booth Guide: Menu, Food Photos & Reviews.

31. Lobster Landing – Get a taste of New England as you indulge in luscious lobster creations. This brand-new booth debuts during “phase two” of the 2021 Epcot Food & Wine Festival on October 1, 2021.

32. Mac & Eats – Discover macaroni-and-cheese combos your mom never imagined! Read our Mac & Eats Booth Preview: Menu, Food Photos & Reviews.

Finally, if all of this is too much to digest or you’re done doing your research and want something handy while you’re at the 2021 Epcot Food & Wine Festival, below is a downloadable map that is sized perfectly for iPhone screens.

If you’re like me and find the text to be too small, you can also zoom in on this map. Here’s the downloadable 2021 Epcot International Food & Wine Festival Global Marketplace Map:

Here are some quick instructions for downloading and using this booth map for the 2021 Epcot International Food & Wine Festival. Start by pressing and holding down on the photo above (simply tapping it is insufficient). Then click “Add to Photos” from the dropdown when prompted. Go to your photos and use it from there. Enjoy!

Check out our Global Marketplace Booth Menus & Photos for the 2021 Epcot Food & Wine Festival Booth Menus post if you want to see and read more about every menu this year! You’ll also want to read our full 2021 Epcot International Food & Wine Festival Guide before you go to get an idea of what to do, strategy for the festival (yes, you will need a strategy), and much more!

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