This Global Marketplace guide shares ALL booth menus at the 2023 EPCOT International Food & Wine Festival. It covers everything you’ll need to know about every snack & dessert at Walt Disney World’s flagship foodie event, along with 100+ food & beverage photos, prices, and reviews.
The 2023 EPCOT International Food & Wine Festival at Walt Disney World will run from July 27 until November 18, 2023. See our Guide to the 2023 EPCOT International Food & Wine Festival for everything you need to know, including savvy strategy for beating the crowds, saving money, and best enjoying the event.
Global Marketplaces at the festival span 6 continents throughout World Showcase pavilions. As with last year, a handful of the Global Marketplaces will not debut at the start of the event, and will instead open about a month or so later. The “heart” of the 2023 EPCOT Food & Wine Festival will be from October through its end in November, and that’s also when crowds will be biggest.
Specifically, there are three waves of this year’s EPCOT Food & Wine Festival. The bulk of the booths–22 of them, to be exact–will debut on July 27, 2023 when the event starts. In addition to that, festival offerings will appear on the menus at another half-dozen year-round restaurants and food kiosks throughout EPCOT. So if you visit at the end of July or first half of August, you’ll have around 30 different locations from which to graze. Not too shabby!
Following that, the next two additional Global Marketplaces–Hawaii and Noodle Exchange–open on August 15, 2023. As is normally the case, these booths will be located towards the entrance to World Showcase, almost in World Celebration (former Future World).
Then final four Global Marketplaces, all of which are also the only brand new booths–Char & Chop, Wine & Wedge, Bubbles & Brine, and Swirled Showcase–are scheduled to open on September 22, 2023. This is the date the Disney100 celebration officially starts in EPCOT, which will also commemorate the completion of the park overhaul and usher in a new era of EPCOT.
The exact location of these 4 booths is unknown, but they’re probably coming to a redone Culinary Corridor near Traveler’s Cafe (which appears it’ll be reopening soon). There’s an outside chance that they’ll be in CommuniCore Plaza, but we’re highly skeptical that’ll be ready by September. In any case, those four new booths opening on September 22 have the strongest and most exciting menus of all the Global Marketplaces at the 2023 EPCOT Food & Wine Festival.
Reviewing the menus below, you’ll notice (mostly) lots of familiar favorites on the returning booths. In a normal year, around 75% of the dishes are perennial staples, whereas about 25% are new. This year, it’s probably closer to 80-85%, with the bulk of the new items coming to the brand-new booths.
As such, this booth guide is useful if you want to get a jumpstart on “research” or building anticipation. Once the 2023 EPCOT International Food & Wine Festival starts, we’ll spend several days of the event eating everything. We’ve done that for the past decade, and the “tradition” will continue again in August and September 2023.
After that, we’ll update the below individual food booth reviews with 2023 pricing, photos, and reviews. As always, this is a work-in-progress–an arduous task sacrificing waistline and wallet, but someone has to do it!
For now, the below reviews still reflect last year’s prices, photos & reviews. These links to each of the Global Marketplace booths offer menus, food photos, capsule reviews, and some of our picks. Each one opens in a new tab, so you can click away and start planning your culinary tour of EPCOT.
EPCOT Food & Wine Festival Booth Food Photos & Reviews
Now let’s turn to the list of Global Marketplaces at the updated 2023 EPCOT Food & Wine Festival and menus for each booth.
These list all of the delicious dishes, fine wine, craft beer, spirits, and other beverages at this year’s EPCOT Food & Wine Festival, plant-based and gluten-free items, Emile’s Fromage Montage, and what’s available at each booth!
EPCOT Food & Wine Festival Booths – Opening July 27, 2023
Australia (Near Port of Entry)
Grilled Sweet-and-Spicy Bush Berry Shrimp with Pepper, Onion, Snap Peas and Coconut-Chili Sauce
Roasted Lamb Chop with Mint Pesto and Potato Crunchies
Lamington: Yellow Cake with Raspberry Filling with Chocolate and Coconut
Yalumba ‘The Y Series’ Viognier, South Australia
Château Tanunda Grand Barossa Shiraz, Barossa Valley, Australia
Shimmering Sips (Near Port of Entry)
Guava Cake with Whipped Cream and Coconut (plant-based item)
Prize: Strawberry Cheesecake Soft Serve topped with a Mini Cheesecake and Graham Cracker Crumbs in a Specialty Vessel
Berry Mimosa with Berry Fizz Sparkling Wine and White Cranberry Juice (NEW)
Tropical Mimosa with Sparkling Wine and Minute Maid® Passion Fruit, Orange and Guava Juices
Blood Orange Mimosa with Sparkling Wine and Blood Orange Juice
Beer Mimosa: Boulevard Brewing Co. Berry Noir Sour Ale and Sparkling Wine
Refreshment Port (Near Canada)
Festival Item: Cinnamon-Sugar Beaver Tail (NEW)
Regular Menu Item: Traditional Poutine French Fries with Beef Gravy and Boursin Garlic & Fine Herbs Crumbles (Disney Dining Plan item)
Regular Menu Item: Chicken Breast Nuggets served with French Fries
Festival Item: Braised Beef Poutine: French Fries with Braised Beef, Boursin Garlic & Fine Herbs Cheese Sauce, Boursin Garlic & Fine Herbs Crumbles and Gherkin Relish
Regular Menu Item: Bud Light Lager Draft
Regular Menu Item: Boulevard Brewing Co. Quirk Pineapple Orange Whip Hard Seltzer, Kansas City, MO (NEW)
Regular Menu Item: (Fountain) Soft Drinks – Coke, Diet Coke, Sprite, Root Beer, Fanta Orange and Tea
Regular Menu Item: Dasani Bottled Water
Festival Item: Florida Orange Groves Winery Sparkling Peach, St. Petersburg, FL
Canadian Cheddar and Bacon Soup served with a Pretzel Roll (Emile’s Fromage Montage item)
Canadian Filet Mignon with Truffle Boursin Mashed Potatoes, Mushrooms and Boursin Truffle Butter
Collective Arts Brewing Audio/Visual Lager, Hamilton, Ontario
Château des Charmes Cabernet Sauvignon, Ontario
Ireland (Near the United Kingdom)
Fisherman’s Seafood Pie
Roasted Irish Sausage with Colcannon Potatoes and Onion Gravy
Warm Chocolate Pudding Cake with Irish Cream Liqueur Custard
Kilkenny Irish Cream Ale
Bunratty Mead Honey Wine
Guinness Baileys Coffee Shake
Beignet aux Trois Fromages: Warm Beignet filled with Three Cheese Blend
Croissant aux Escargots: Escargot Croissant with Garlic and Parsley
Boeuf Bourguignon, Pomme Dauphine: Braised Short Ribs in Cabernet with Puffed Potatoes
Crème Brûlée Vanille à la Confiture de Fraises: Vanilla Crème Brûlée with House-Made Strawberry Jam
Merlot-Cabernet Sauvignon Blend, Bordeaux, Château de Le Clos de Confreries (NEW)
Chardonnay, Maison Nicolas (NEW)
Parisian Cosmo Slush: Vodka, Grey Goose Le Ctiron Vodka, Grand Marnier and Cranberry Juice (NEW)
Strawberry Rose Mimosa: Pol Remy Sparkling Wine, Orange Juice and Monin Strawberry Rose
Brazil (Between France and Morocco)
Feijoada: Black Beans with Pork Belly, Brazil Nut Pesto and Long Grain White Rice
Pão de Queijo: Brazilian Cheese Bread (Emile’s Fromage Montage item)
Xingu Brazilian Black Lager
Frozen Caipirinha with Cachaça
Belgium (Between France and Morocco)
Beer-Braised Beef served with Smoked Gouda Mashed Potatoes
Belgian Waffle with Warm Chocolate Ganache
Belgian Waffle with Berry Compote and Whipped Cream
Southern Pimento Cheese with bread-and-butter pickled vegetables and grilled bread (New) (Emile’s Fromage Montage)
Artist Palette of Wine and Cheese: Assorted Artisanal Cheeses and Accoutrements paired with Selbach-Oster Zeltinger Sonnenuhr Riesling Spätlese, Hartley Apple Brandy, and Florida Orange Groves Winery Black and Blue Port (New)
Florida Orange Groves Winery Black and Blue Port (New)
Bubbles & Brine
Jumbo Shrimp Cocktail with prosecco cocktail sauce and grilled lemon (New)
Jonah Crab Claw Cocktail with stone-ground mustard sauce (New)
Caviar with traditional accompaniments, champagne cream, and blini (New)
Moët & Chandon Impérial
Veuve Clicquot Rosé
Mickey-shaped Liquid Nitro Cake
Soft-serve in a Waffle Cone
Cream Soda Float with vanilla soft-serve
Fanta Grape Float with vanilla soft-serve
Frozen Apple Pie (Non-alcoholic)
Cinnamon Apple Cider (Non-alcoholic)
3 Daughters Toasted Coconut Porter
3 Daughters Toasted Coconut Porter Float with vanilla soft-serve
Berry Fizz Fragolino Red Sparkling Wine Float with vanilla soft-serve
If you’re starting to plan now or will be going early on, it will definitely be helpful to make a rough list of what you might want to try so that you can form a tentative plan of attack. The worst plan for Food & Wine Festival is no plan, as meandering aimlessly perusing the menus as you go will waste time and lead to backtracking and extra time in line.
One of our principle complaints about Food & Wine Festival over the years is that you can spend a ton of money and not really leave feeling full. Suffice to say, it’s an absolute requirement that you either go to the EPCOT Food & Wine Festival with a surplus of Disney Dining Plan snack credits, or the understanding that you are going to spend at least double (maybe triple) what you’d spend on a counter service meal for a similarly filling experience. Nevertheless, EPCOT’s Food & Wine Festival is a ton of fun, and hopefully these menus assist in your planning for the annual event!
Are you excited for the 2023 EPCOT International Food & Wine Festival? What do you think of the Global Marketplaces? Favorites? Least favorites? Do you agree or disagree with our menu reviews? Any questions we can help you answer? Hearing your feedback–even when you disagree with us–is both interesting to us and helpful to other readers, so please share your thoughts below in the comments!