Food Kiosk Menus for the 2018 Epcot Festival of the Arts

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  1. crazy4wdw

    crazy4wdw Co-Moderator, Restaurant Board Moderator

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    Walt Disney World has released the menus for the food kioks at this month's Festival of the Arts:


    The Deconstructed Dish
    Food:
    • Atypical BLT with Crispy Pork Belly, Tomato Jam and Soft Poached Egg
    • Irregular Reuben with Shredded Corned Beef, Thousand Island Dressing, Pickled Red Cabbage and a Rye Curl
    • Deconstructed Strawberry Cheesecake: Whipped, New York Style Cheesecake with Fresh Florida Strawberries and Sugar Cookies with Micro-basil
    Beverages:
    • Deconstructed Breakfast: Twinings® Spiced Apple Chai Tea Shake with Maple Bourbon Cream, a Waffle Crisp and Candied Bacon
    • Deconstructed Breakfast: Twinings® Spiced Apple Chai Tea Shake with Maple Syrup, a Waffle Crisp and Candied Bacon (non-alcoholic)
    • Intrinsic Cabernet Sauvignon, Washington
    • Pop-Artsicle: Red, White and Blue Frozen Slushy (non-alcoholic)


    Cuisine Classique
    Food:
    • Red Wine Braised Short Rib with Parsnip Purée, Broccolini, Baby Tomatoes and Aged Balsamic
    • Seared Corvina with braised Ratatouille and Lemon-Thyme Beurre Blanc (GF)
    • Artist Palette Jumbo Chocolate Chip Cookie
    • Saint-Honore Tart: Caramel Cream Tart with Caramel Glaze topped with Cream Puffs
    Beverages:
    • Sierra Nevada Pale Ale Chico, CA
    • Bell’s Two Hearted American-style India Pale Ale Kalamazoo, MI
    • Duck Rabbit Milk Stout Farmville, NC
    • Beer Braising Flight
    • Campo Viejo Rioja Reserva Art Series Logrono, Spain
    • Domaine Savary Chablis, Burgundy


    The Artist’s Table
    Food:
    • Roasted Pork Roulade with Butternut Squash Purée, Marble Potatoes and Baby Carrots with a Red Wine Sauce featuring Melissa’s Produce
    • Pan-Seared Scallop with Chorizo, Roasted Red Pepper Coulis and a Parmesan Crisp (GF)
    • Artist Palette Jumbo Chocolate Chip Cookie
    Beverages:
    • Callebaut Belgian Sipping Chocolate Flight: White, Milk, Dark (non-alcoholic)
    • Callebaut Belgian Sipping Chocolate: Dark Chocolate with Chambord
    • Perla Santa Coffee-flavored Wine
    • Barrymore Rosé, Monterey County, CA
    • Carmel Road Drew’s Blend Pinot Noir, Monterey County, CA


    The Painter’s Palate
    Food:
    • Trio of Savory Croissant Doughnuts:
    • Whipped Boursin Garlic and Fine Herbs Cheese with Fresh Herbs (V)
    • Chicken Salad with Shaved Fennel and Fresh Herbs
    • Spicy Tuna with Wasabi and Seaweed Salad
    • Gallery Bites: A Trio of Hors d’Oeuvres
    • Chilled Shrimp with Cucumber Cream Cheese on a Crostini
    • Traditional Deviled Egg with Candied Bacon
    • Crispy Truffled Risotto Ball with Stone-ground Mustard
    • Pop’t Art: Abstract Designed Sugar Cookie with Strawberry Filling (V)
    • White Chocolate Figment Puzzle on an Artist Palette
    • White Chocolate Painting with Chocolate Easel
    Beverages:
    • Pomegranate Mule featuring Van Gogh Vodka
    • North Coast Brewing Co. Scrimshaw Pilsner Style Beer, Fort Bragg, CA
    • M.I.A. Brewing Company Jazz IPA, Doral, FL
    • Central 28 Beer Company Miss Mary Brown Oatmeal Brown Ale, DeBary, FL
    • Popcorn Pairing Flight


    Pop Eats!
    Food:
    • Sous Vide Poulet Rouge Chicken Roulade with Apples and Sage served with Warm Brie Fondue, Blueberry and Beet Gel and garnished with Apple and Beet Chips
    • Shrimp Ceviche with Lime Mint Foam
    • Almond Frangipane Cake layered with Raspberry Jam and Chocolate (V)
    • Pop’t Art: Modern-design Sugar Cookie with Strawberry Filling (V)
    Beverages:
    • Cloudem Sparkling Wine
    • Cloudem Sparkling Wine in a Souvenir Glass
    • Popping Bubbles Cocktail


    Decadent Delights
    Food:
    • White Chocolate and Purple Sweet Potato Mousse, Salted Caramel and Maple Meringue with Coconut
    • Crisp Caramel Chocolate Mousse Bar, Flavored Merengue Kisses and Passion Fruit Sauce
    • S’mores Tart: House-smoked Buttermilk Chocolate Cake with Chocolate Mousse, Toasted Marshmallow Meringue, Graham Cracker Dust and Malted Milk Chocolate Sauce
    • Artist Palette Jumbo Chocolate Chip Cookie
    Beverages:
    • Ferreira 10 Year Old Port
    • 3 Daughters Strawberry Nitro, St. Petersburg, FL
    • Breckenridge Nitro Vanilla Porter, Breckenridge, CO
    • Young’s Double Chocolate Stout, England
    • Neapolitan Beer Flight
    • Coppo Moncalvina Moscato d’Asti, Piedmont

    The Masterpiece Kitchen
    Food:
    • Charcuterie Palette with Artisan Cured Meats, Nueske’s Smoked Beef and Cheese
    • Smoked Salmon Tartare, Caviar, Crisp Lavash and Traditional Accompaniments
    • Wild Mushroom Risotto, Aged Parmesan, Truffle Shavings and Zinfandel Reduction (V)
    • Triple Chocolate Mousse, Chocolate Crunch, Dark Chocolate Sauce and Gold Leaf from our Master Pastry Chef
    Beverages:
    • Perrier-Jouët Belle Époque Brut Champagne
    • Classic Sidecar with a Chocolate Twist
    • The Meeker Vineyard Winemakers’ Handprint Merlot, Sonoma County, CA
    • Pinord La Dama Reserva Familiar Brut
    • Pinord La Dama Reserva Familiar Brut Rosé
    • Silverado Vineyards Chardonnay
    Additional Locations

    Fife & Drum
    Food:Artist Palette Jumbo Chocolate Chip Cookie

    Takumi Table – Japan Pavilion
    Food:
    • Chirashi Sushi and Haupia Pearl: Salmon, Tuna and Yuzu Miso with Coconut Tapioca Pudding
    • Taiyaki: Stuffed Japanese Pastry with Sesame Cream and Raspberry Sauce
    Beverages:
    • Calpico Yogurt Strawberry Swirl Sake
    • Masu Sake in a Personalized Wooden Cup
    Joffrey’s Coffee & Tea Company Beverages:
    • Canada: Night Sky Latte: A delicious shot of Joffrey’s Italian Espresso mixed with Creamy Godiva Chocolate Liqueur, topped with Steamed Milk and Whipped Cream
    • Disney Traders: Cinnamon Sensation: A shot of Italian Espresso mixed with RumChata and Cinnamon Whiskey, blended with Steamed Milk and Whipped Cream
    • Future World East: Painted Lady Latte: A shot of Joffrey’s Italian Espresso mixed with rich Baileys Espresso Créme Liqueur, topped with Steamed Milk and Whipped Cream
    • The American Adventure: Dreamy Bourbon: A shot of Italian Espresso mixed with Bourbon Whiskey Cream Liqueur, blended with Steamed Milk and Whipped Cream
    El Arista Hambriento (The Hungry Artist)

    Food:
    • Mixiote de Cordero: Wrapped Slow Braised Lamb marinated in Tres Chiles Paste and Spices
    • Tacos de Puerco: Two Corn Tortillas with Slow-roasted Pork Shoulder marinated in Ancho Paste, served with Sweet Plantain Purée and garnished with Pea Tendrils
    • Atole de Fresa and Mexican Concha Bread: Warm Strawberry Drink served with Mexican Concha Bread
    Beverages:
    • Frida Guava Margarita
    • Diego Passion Margarita on the rocks
    • Allende Craft Mexican Golden Ale
    Refreshment Outpost
    Food:
    • Chilled Shrimp, Quinoa, Layered Vegetables, Spiced Yogurt and Red Pepper Coulis
    Refreshment Port
    Food:
    • Croissant Doughnut filled with Pastry Cream and topped with Colored Pearls
    The Painted Panda – China
    Food:
    • Coconut Panda Rice Cake
    • Crispy Fried Shrimp in a Wonton Chip Lotus Flower
    • Crystal Mooncake with Fruit Filling, garnished with Toasted Coconut
    Beverages:
    • M.S.G.: A cooler of Mango Wine, Strawberry Syrup and Ginger Ale
    • Fortune Cookie: ByeJoe Red, Amaretto, Coconut and Pineapple
    • Strawberry Bubble Tea (non-alcoholic)
    L’Art du Cuisine Francaise – France
    Food:
    • Rillettes du Mans, Cornichons, Carré du Boulanger: House-made Pork Rillettes, Cornichons and House-made Bread
    • Saumon en Croute Façon Paul Bocuse: Salmon in a Puff Pastry Crust, Paul Bocuse-style, with Spinach and Beurre Blanc Sauce
    • Le Coucher de Soleil: Sunset Mango and Raspberry Cake
    Beverages:
    • Frosé: Frozen Côtes de Provence Rosé Wine with Grey Goose Vodka and Peach Purée
    • L’Or par Edmond Thery: French Sparkling Chardonnay
    • Alsace, Pinot Blanc, Reserve 2015, Gustave Lorentz
    • Bordeaux, Château Tour de Granins, Grand Poujeaux, Moulis en Medoc 2015
    Mosaic Canteen – Morocco
    Food:
    • Hummus Trifle: Layered Hummus topped with Spiced Beef, Pine Nuts and Dry Cherries, served with Pita Chips
    • Mediterranean Flat Bread with Zaatar, Olive Oil Artichoke, Olives, Mozzarella and Feta Cheese
    • Chebbakia: Hand-twisted Strips of Fried Dough coated with Honey, Rosewater and Sesame Seeds
    Beverages:
    • Embrace the Arak: Massaya Arak, Grapefruit Juice and Grenadine
    • Tarima Red, Alicante, Spain
    • Casa Beer
    L’Arte di Mangiare – Italy
    Food:

    • Involtini di Salmone al Basilico, Piso Venere, Salsa Romesco: Basil-scented Salmon Roulade, Purple Rice and Romesco Sauce
    • Sformato di Melanzane e Pomodori, Mozzarella Fior di Latte: Tomato and Eggplant Terrine, Fior di Latte Mozzarella
    • Crema Fitta, Pesche e Rucola Pesto, Ciliege di Amarasca: Cream Fritters, Peach and Arugula Pesto and Amarena Cherries
    Beverages:
    • Amaretto Bellini: Amaretto, White Peach Purée and Prosecco
    • Vodka Rossini: Vodka, Strawberry Purée and Prosecco
    • Prosecco, Villa Sandi
    • Moscato Fior d’Arancio, Montegrande
    • Corbinello, Montegrande
    • Pinot Grigio, Bosco del Merlo
    • Merlot, Montegrande
    • Moretti Lager
    • Moretti La Rossa Double Malt Beer
     
  2. SteveH

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    Thanks! From those that have been in the past what's the average price range?
     
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  4. enchantingodin

    enchantingodin You may have noticed that I'm not all there myself

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    I've not been yet as this is only the 2nd year. But the prices look similar to Food & Wine or Flower & Garden festivals. There were a few exceptions of more high end ingredients being above the normal 5 dollar ish range, but only a handful. Plus most are available to use as snack credits if you're using the dining plan. You should be able to google last years and get a good idea of prices if you're looking for a more concrete answer.

    Looking forward to going this year!
     
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  5. JerseyJanice

    JerseyJanice A Disboards original...

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    Thank you for posting this @crazy4wdw. Fun to read on a stormy day.

    I wish I were going. The risotto with truffles, passion margarita on the rocks, and wine/Grey Goose slushie sound like they’re right up my alley. :)
     
  6. Steven Leandres

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    As a WDW rookie, are any of these snack credit eligible?
     
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  7. MaryLovesPoohBear

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    Most of them are. They, like all snacks that qualify, will have the purple DDP snack marker on the menu.
     
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  8. hllb

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    Are both food and desserts generally snacks? Are drinks considered snacks? We have a day at Epcot with no TS meals at all. I figured there were good QS locations here. But, maybe one of our meals will just be snacks around the world. Will they exchange a QS for snacks, or is that a 'some places might but don't count on it' kind of thing?
     
  9. enchantingodin

    enchantingodin You may have noticed that I'm not all there myself

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    Desserts = yes
    Drink = non-alcoholic yes
    Exchange = maybe

    Remember that in 2018 they are allowing alcoholic beverages with counter service meal and the 'drink menus' I've noticed are expanding at quick service locations. So to me it may not be worth it to do an exchange, but you can always ask if you really want to. It will probably depend on the CM you get at the time.
     
  10. kiramay

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    Does anyone know if the permanent booths (Canada, Germany, UK) serve smaller beer cups during Festival of the Arts like they do at Food and Wine fest?
     
  11. megveg

    megveg Drink up me hearties, yo ho!

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    Are the kiosks open until park close? Or so they close earlier than That?
     
  12. crazy4wdw

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    Wish I could help you but I have no idea. The festival starts this Friday so that information should be available soon.
     
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  13. Tall Todd

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    Is there a "coupon book" like there is typically with Food & Wine? Save a few bucks with smart purchases.
     
  14. collegeprogram01

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    Thank you for posting!! We will be there is less then 2 weeks. Was anyone there last year for this?
     
  15. alex9179

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    I'll be there late in the month! A lot of the items are being repeated. Easywdw has a bunch of reviews from last year's booths, if you haven't read them already. Scroll almost to the bottom and you'll see the links for the booth reviews.
    https://www.easywdw.com/easy/blog/epcot-festival-of-the-arts-review/
     
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    Thank you so much for this link!
     
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    Here are the seminars offered during the first week of the festival:

    Friday, January 12, 2018

    • Sculpting a Mixed Media Action Figure
      Belinda Glennon, Crealdé School of Art, Winter Park, FL
      Odyssey Festival Showplace
      Workshop begins at 11:00 AM
      $39 per person plus tax
      Create and take home your own animated, poseable action figure from mixed media

    • Trailblazing Ladies of Disney Animation
      Mindy Johnson, Author of Ink & Paint – The Women of Walt Disney's Animation
      Odyssey Festival Showplace
      Seminar starts at 1:30 PM
      Discover some of the notable animating women behind Walt Disney's early animated classics

    • Artful Uses for Your Park Map
      Jovon Harkless, Local Artist
      Odyssey Festival Showplace
      Seminar starts at 4:30 PM
      Learn how to transform your park maps into a variety of beautiful art pieces
    Saturday, January 13, 2018

    • Floral Arranging
      Disney Floral & Gifts
      Odyssey Festival Showplace
      Workshop begins at 11:00 AM
      $39 per person plus tax
      Learn basic floral design principles and create your own petite Mickey Mouse-inspired arrangement

    • The Art of Wood Carving
      Andrew Mutiso, African Heritage, Inc.
      Odyssey Festival Showplace
      Seminar starts at 1:30 PM
      Learn about the art and history of carving wood sculptures

    • The Power of Storytelling
      Noah Elias, President and CEO, Great Flood Publishing Inc.
      Odyssey Festival Showplace
      Seminar starts at 4:30 PM
      Discover what makes a great story—and learn how you can use your own story to impact the world around you
    Sunday, January 14, 2018

    • Pencils, Paint & Pixels – How Women Transformed Walt Disney’s Animation
      Mindy Johnson, Author of Ink & Paint – The Women of Walt Disney’s Animation
      Odyssey Festival Showplace
      Workshop begins at 11:00 AM
      $39 per person plus tax
      Join Mindy as she raises the celluloid curtain on the remarkable untold 'her-story' of women in Disney animation and beyond!

    • From Animated Films to Theme Parks
      Lon Smart, Creative Concept Artist, Disney Entertainment
      Odyssey Festival Showplace
      Seminar starts at 1:30 PM
      Take a look at how a creative concept artist translates the fantasy world of film into an immersive theme park reality

    • Principles of Background Art and Matte Painting in Animated Films
      William Silvers, Former Walt Disney Feature Animation Studios Senior Background Artist
      Odyssey Festival Showplace
      Seminar starts at 4:30 PM
      Learn how background art has transitioned from 2D to 3D film and explore the differences between traditional and digital painting
    Monday, January 15, 2018

    • Animation 101
      Todd Bright, Bright Animation, Former Disney Animator
      Odyssey Festival Showplace
      Workshop begins at 11:00 AM
      $39 per person plus tax
      Learn the fundamental principles of animation and create your own animated flip book

    • What Does It Take to Get the Right Shot?
      Simone Amaduzzi, Simone Amaduzzi Photography
      Odyssey Festival Showplace
      Seminar starts at 1:30 PM
      Find out what it takes to get the right shot from an international photographer

    • Making the New Look Old
      Joe Bopp, Just-in Wood Signs, Oviedo, FL
      Odyssey Festival Showplace
      Seminar starts at 4:30 PM
      Discover the secrets of aging and transforming basic woods into other materials and learn DIY techniques for your home projects
    Tuesday, January 16, 2018

    • Cartoon Portraits
      Jesus Minguez, Crealdé School of Art, Winter Park, FL
      Odyssey Festival Showplace
      Workshop begins at 11:00 AM
      $39 per person plus tax
      Draw your own cartoon characters and caricatures with guiding insights from this workshop

    • Food as Art
      Pana Thitaram, Walt Disney Imagineering
      Odyssey Festival Showplace
      Seminar starts at 1:30 PM
      Discover how food and the senses are used to enhance park attractions and environments

    • The Art of Happiness
      Will Gay, Design Director, Walt Disney World Resort
      Odyssey Festival Showplace
      Seminar starts at 4:30 PM
      Listen as Disney creative, Will Gay, talks about being an in-house Designer for Disney, and how following his dreams from an early age ultimately led him to happiness
    Wednesday, January 17, 2018

    • Handcrafted Calligraphy
      Bonnie DiCocco & Donna Price, Driftwood Market, College Park, FL
      Odyssey Festival Showplace
      Workshop begins at 11:00 AM
      $39 per person plus tax
      Learn how to letter like the pros and create a hand-crafted calligraphy alphabet for use in future projects

    • Magic in the Milk: A Look Into the World of Latte Art
      Abby Lancaster, Barista, Axum Coffee, Winter Garden, FL
      Odyssey Festival Showplace
      Seminar starts at 1:30 PM
      Find out what lies behind the magic of the milk in a live latte art demonstration

    • Ancient Process of Casting Bronze
      David Cumbie, Crealdé School of Art, Winter Park, FL
      Odyssey Festival Showplace
      Seminar starts at 4:30 PM
      Learn about the bronze casting process throughout history
    Thursday, January 18, 2018

    • Mini Masterpieces
      David Matteson, Associate Curator of Education & Outreach, and Jane Ferry, Curator of Education, Orlando Museum of Art
      Odyssey Festival Showplace
      Workshop begins at 11:00 AM
      $39 per person plus tax
      Create your own landscape, portrait or abstract work on canvas inspired by the Orlando Museum of Art's State of Excellence

    • Photography 101: Take Better Photos with Your Cell Phone
      Tom Smutny, Disney Photo Imaging
      Odyssey Festival Showplace
      Seminar starts at 1:30 PM
      Learn how to maximize the capabilities of your phone’s camera in order to take the best possible photos

    • Creating a Stained Glass Hanging
      Everett Whittaker, Artisans on fifth, Mt. Dora, FL
      Odyssey Festival Showplace
      Seminar starts at 4:30 PM
      Discover the process of designing and constructing a stained glass hanging
    Friday, January 19, 2018

    • Premium Workshop: Painting with a Disney Artist
      Odyssey Events Pavilion
      Workshop begins at 8:00 AM
      $259 per person plus tax, includes continental breakfast
      After enjoying a continental breakfast, stroll through World Showcase—before it opens—to one of Epcot’s breathtaking landscapes where you will paint your own canvas under the guidance of a talented Disney artist during this 4-hour session

    • Once Upon a Doll
      Linda Rick, Precious Moments Doll Maker
      Odyssey Festival Showplace
      Workshop begins at 11:00 AM
      $39 per person plus tax
      Build your own fairytale-inspired doll and learn the process behind the creation of Precious Moments dolls

    • Presenting an Art Exhibition in One of the Top 10 Museums in the World
      Josh Garrick, Artist and Creator of “Seeking the Ancient Kallos”
      Odyssey Festival Showplace
      Seminar starts at 1:30 PM
      Hear about the amazing series of events along a journey of destiny for a farm boy from Amish country who created a history-making exhibit

    • Hip Hop: The Evolution of Flow
      Charles Griffin, Founder of the Central Florida Composers Forum
      Odyssey Festival Showplace
      Seminar starts at 4:30 PM
      Take a deep dive into hip hop’s nearly 50-year marriage between poetry and rhythm
    Saturday, January 20, 2018

    • Once Upon a Doll
      Linda Rick, Precious Moments Doll Maker
      Odyssey Festival Showplace
      Workshop begins at 11:00 AM
      $39 per person plus tax
      Build your own fairytale-inspired doll and learn the process behind the creation of Precious Moments dolls

    • The Art of Disney Topiary
      Debbie Mola, Disney’s Horticulture Team
      Odyssey Festival Showplace
      Seminar starts at 1:30 PM
      Learn how one-of-a-kind Walt Disney World topiaries are made and discover tips for creating your own horticulture sculptures at home

    • From Concept to Creation
      John Coulter, WonderGround Gallery Artist
      Odyssey Festival Showplace
      Seminar starts at 4:30 PM
      Listen as John discusses how his background in theatrical costuming and design has influenced his whimsical painting style and unique attention to detail
     
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    Finally located the information you needed. The food kiosks are open from 11:00 am to park closing. Much like the Food and Wine Festival.
     
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  21. Ejw5

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    A popular Disney blogger said that when she got the Sake in the wooden cup at Takumi, they told her to come back and get a refill. Is that normal or extra pixie dust?
     

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