Nigerian Meat Pies Replacing Hot Dogs at Refreshment Outpost in Epcot

Guests looking for something more exotic when visiting the Refreshment Outpost at Epcot are in for a real treat. The usual hot dogs available at this location are being replaced by an updated menu of African specialties, like a Nigerian meat pie, which is certainly a better fit.

Here are the new items that will be available starting June 21:

Nigerian Meat Pie – $5.49

No Worries Panna Cotta – $4.49
Raspberry, Papaya, and Mango Panna Cotta with a Cookie Crumble Base and Lion King White Chocolate

Savannah Smoothie – $11.25
Coconut Milk, Agave, and Amarula Cream Liqueur

 

The usual Coca-Cola beverages, beers, and other treats will still be available:

Soft-serve in a Waffle Cone – $4.99
Chocolate, Vanilla or Swirl

Frozen Coca-Cola Slushy – $4.99
Frozen Minute Maid Lemonade Slushy -$4.99

Ice Cream Float – $5.49
served with your choice of Fountain Beverage

Assorted Fountain Beverage -$3.99 (Regular) | $4.49 (Large)

Dasani Bottled Water – $3.50

Safari Amber Draft – $9.00

Bud Light Draft – $7.25

Samuel Adams Draft – $9.00

Old Elephant Foot IPA Draft – $9.00

Mango Starr Mango Purée and Starr African Rum – $11.25

Outpost Lemonade – $12.25
Frozen Minute Maid Lemonade and Absolut Vodka

The hot dog and Frozen Brown Elephant menu items will be removed from the menu once this new menu rolls out tomorrow. Stay tuned for a review!

9 thoughts on “Nigerian Meat Pies Replacing Hot Dogs at Refreshment Outpost in Epcot”

  1. Looking forward to the meat pie review. I bet Josh is going to be mad the brown elephant will disappear.

  2. Why does Disney insist on changing what is essentially carnival food to items NO ONE WILL EAT??
    Stop trying protect my health from me.

    • Interesting that you have polled everyone in the world to find out that none of them will eat it!

      I’m all for more diverse and interesting options at Disney World. The prices they charge should cover everything from burgers and dogs to the more exotic. Besides this food fits the theme better.

  3. Very excited about the West African touch to this menu! Often wondered why not more offerings like this. Having eaten Nigerian meat pies, I can tell you they are DELISH. Think: empanada. What a great addition! Can’t wait to try ’em and see if they hold up to the real deal.

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