If you loved the animated film, you’ve got to visit the food booth at EPCOT’s 2022 International Festival of the Arts where all the food and drink offerings have a Colombian flare, inspired by Walt Disney Animation’s 60th feature film, Encanto!
EPCOT’s International Festival of the Arts is an annual celebration of all things art and cuisine (and lots of artful cuisines) at Walt Disney World. It takes place in January and February every year and has since 2017. The festival features artwork from talented artists, music of all kinds, and culinary offerings showcasing a variety of global cuisines.
This year, in honor of Disney’s new film, Encanto, EPCOT is hosting an Encanto-themed food booth with food and drink offerings inspired by Colombian flavors. The booth, called Vibrante & Vivido: Encanto Cocina, is located between the Morocco Pavilion and the France Pavilion along the World Showcase at EPCOT.
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You can savor one or all of the food booth’s offerings. Just take a look at the food and drink items inspired by the flavors and culture of Colombia:
- House-Made Chorizo and Potato Empanada with Turmeric Aïoli and Annatto Aïoli (Color Stroll item*)
- Spicy Ajiaco Soup with Guajillo and Árbol Chili-Spiced Chicken, Potato, Avocado, Corn, and Crème Fraîche (gluten/wheat-friendly)
- Passion Fruit Mousse with Dragon Fruit Jam (gluten/wheat-friendly)
- Coconut and Passion Fruit Smoothie (non-alcoholic)
- Frozen Piña Colada
- Passion Fruit Daiquiri
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*Color Stroll items are part of Disney’s Wonderful Walk of Colorful Cuisine event at the 2022 EPCOT International Festival of the Arts. Disney calls it “a journey to savor,” and you can enjoy that journey with five different, vibrant dishes, followed by a “technicolor treat” at the end of the journey.
Vibrante & Vivido is just one of many food booths at this year’s International Festival of the Arts at EPCOT. Visit once or visit every day of the festival, which runs through February 21.