Here is what's new on the menu at Epcot's Festival of the Arts

January 15, 2019, 10:41 PM · Walt Disney World has released its menus for this year's Epcot International Festival of the Arts, which kicks off this Friday. So let's look at some of the new items on the food menus this year.

Paintbrush Churros
All photos courtesy Disney

Taste Track (Future World East)

Smoked Salmon and Cream Gateau

Painter's Palate (Located in the Odyssey Festival Showplace)

Decadent Delights (Showcase Plaza)

Lobster Chips

Refreshment Port (Showcase Plaza)

Sopes de Chilorio

El Artista Hambriento (Mexico Pavilion)

The Painted Panda (China Pavilion)

Barbabietole Dolci, Caprino Fritto

L'Arte di Mangiare (Italy Pavilion)

Beef Wellington

The Artist's Table (Located in The American Adventure)

Sushi Donut

Takumi Table (Japan Pavilion)

Mosaic Canteen (Morocco Pavilion)

L'Art de la Cuisine Française (France Pavilion)

Vanilla, Rose Water and Pistachio Panna Cotta

Masterpiece Kitchen (Canada Pavilion)

You can find the complete food and beverage menus for this year's Festival on the Disney website. The Festival runs daily from January 18 to February 25 and also includes the Disney on Broadway Concert Series in the America Gardens Theatre, featuring concerts at 5:30, 6:45 and 8pm nightly.

Replies (9)

January 16, 2019 at 9:32 AM

If you're an AP don't forget to pick up your free Figment magnet. Those dishes look lovely. Hopefully they taste as good as they look! I thought that panna cotta was a princess cake at first glance.

January 16, 2019 at 10:24 AM

@Jeffrey H ..... absolutely agree, who cares about the food when we can get a Figment magnet for the car .... :)

Pity they only let us have the one, as they soon start to peel in the FL sun. It'll most probably end up on the fridge along with Donald and the rest.

I suppose I'll force myself to try some of the food though .... LOL

January 16, 2019 at 10:42 AM

@Makorider....I have a wife and two I have 4 of each magnet. Totally worth the $1700 I spent on APs. :-)

January 16, 2019 at 11:04 AM

Wait - you got 4 APs for only $1700? We just renewed at DLR and for the two of us it was $2,298 and that was before adding MaxPass. Good Grief - life in California is expensive.

January 16, 2019 at 11:29 AM

@Rob McCullough.....A little bit more than that. I got the Silver APs, but I bought a ton of Disney gift cards from BJs at a discount and stacked that with a sign on bonus and tons of rewards points from Discover IT. Check for details. So not $1700 initially, but at the end of all the points etc.

January 16, 2019 at 11:37 AM

@Jeffrey H. - To paraphrase Muldoon from *Jurassic Park*, "Clever Boy!"

January 16, 2019 at 11:42 AM

The FL resident silver pass is $479, so x 4 = $1916 + the taxes of course !!

The all singing and dancing Platinum Plus pass is $849, so a lot depends on what level of pass you get.

Most of the AP's I know have the silver pass. Some families will buy (let's say) 3 silvers and 1 gold, so they get the photopass option.

January 16, 2019 at 11:52 AM

@Makorider. Thanks for the tip about the Gold pass. My son (who is 4) just had his first ride on 7 Dwarfs Mine Train and the look of sheer terror on his face is I'll probably upgrade a pass. Gotta preserve that comedy gold.

January 16, 2019 at 12:25 PM

The photopasses work really well, but until I start going into the parks on a more regular basis, I'll stick with my silver for now. The gold also gives me less blackout dates, but for me the extra $10/month would be just for the photopass, so I'll wait and see how many photo ops present themselves as I wander round.

I have the SeaWorld photokey and I use that a lot, but I don't have to stand in line for hours to get a photo with any of the characters at SWO/BGT.

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