Reservations Now Open for New Le Cellier Brunch During Epcot International Festival of the Arts 2020

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Earlier this week, it was announced that Le Cellier Restaurant at EPCOT’s Canada pavilion would be hosting its first-ever brunch for the 2020 Festival of the Arts. Reservations are now open for the experience, so keep scrolling to find out what it includes and click here to book your reservation.

Celebrate the Epcot International Festival of the Arts with a sophisticated brunch—offered on weekends from January 18 through February 23, 2020. Enjoy a wonderful prix fixe brunch menu in a relaxing Canadian chateau.

Brunch will start with assorted pastries for the table. You’ll then indulge in menu items including Cheddar Cheese Soup or Avocado Toast and entrees like Montreal Spiced Corned Beef Hash, Le Cellier Eggs Benedict or Cinnamon Roll French Toast Bread Pudding. The sweet ending comes with a decadent dessert like Maple Crème Brûlée or Coffee and Donuts.

This brunch also includes one beverage of your choice. To accompany your delicious meal, you may quench your thirst with a Northern Mimosa, Le Cellier Bloody Caesar, Joffrey’s Le Cellier Blend Press Pot Coffee or non-alcoholic specialty beverage.

Days
Sundays and Saturdays during Epcot International Festival of the Arts

Time
11:00 AM through 3:00 PM

Price
$67 per person, plus tax and gratuity

Please note that this brunch is eligible for the Disney Dine Plan and is worth 2 entitlements. No discounts apply.

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Worst restaurant ever. We went there for my birthday recently and spent $150 on 2 salads, 4 drinks, 1 dessert, and 2 poutines. Grossly overpriced, loud, and the tables are too close to other diners. If Le Cellier was anyplace else, they’d go out of business.