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PHOTOS: Prices Increased on Ice Cream, Crepes, Wine, and More in France Pavilion at EPCOT

Prices have increased at dining locations throughout the France Pavilion of EPCOT.

Crêpes des Chefs de France

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  • Crêpe with Butter and Sugar, Crêpe with Chocolate, and Crêpe with Strawberry Preserve: from $5 to $5.75
  • Crêpe with Ice Cream: from $6 to $6.50
  • Crêpe with Homemade Hazelnut and Chocolate Spread: from $7 to $7.50
  • Assorted Cold Drinks: from $3.25 to $3.95
  • Café Espresso: from $3.50 to $3.75
  • Café Cappuccino: from $4.25 to $4.50
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That being said, the soft-serve ice cream has decreased from $6 to $5.95.

L’Artisan Des Glaces

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  • Single Scoop of Ice Cream or Sorbet: from $4.69 to $5.75
  • Double Scoop of Ice Cream or Sorbet: from $7.04 to $7.95
  • Macaron Ice Cream Sandwiches: from $4.69 to $7
  • Croque Glacé: from $7.04 to $9.50
  • Cafe Glacé: from $7.04 to $8.50
  • Coupe du Dimanche: from $8.45 to $9.95
  • Ice Cream Martini: from $11.97 to $13.95

Les Vins de France

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  • Regular Wines (Merlot, Chardonnay, and Cabernet): from $7 to $7.50
  • Regional Wines (Beaujolais Duboeuf, Vouvray Sauvion, and Rosé Côtes de Provence): from $8.75 to $9.75
  • Pouilly-Fuissé: from $15 to $18

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Brian
Brian
3 months ago

Another example of exactly why I eat off property. I couldn’t stand the prices as they were much less what they’re raising them to. I don’t care if I have the money, I just can’t justify the price jumps.

believe
believe
3 months ago

What inflation? I was told there’s no inflation

Indy
Indy
3 months ago

This has got to be because when Ratatouille opens France will be super crowded, so they raise prices to take advantage of it.