Menus With Prices Appear Ahead of 2022 EPCOT International Flower & Garden Festival
The full menus for outdoor kitchens at this year’s EPCOT International Flower & Garden Festival were released a week ago and now some menus have been posted throughout EPCOT. The posted menus give us our first look at pricing. Some menus also have photos of the different items available at that booth.
At Flavor Full Kitchen, sample Grilled Street Corn on the Cob for $5.75, Seared Verlasso Salmon ($6.25),or Strawberry Mousse with Chocolate Crisp Pearls ($4.75).
They also serve two beverages: Blood Orange Aqua Fresca ($4.50) and Cookie Butter Worms and Dirt (4.75).
The Honey Bee-stro offers Tupelo Honey and Sweet Corn Spoon Bread ($5.00), Lavender Honey Mustard-Marinated Chicken Flatbread (6.00), and Local Wildflower Honey- Marscapone Cheesecake (5.00).
As far as beverages, guests can try the Honey-Peach Freeze (15.00, served with souvenir sipper), B. Nektar New Wave Lemonade Mead ($5.00 for 6oz, $9.00 for 12oz), Florida Orange Groves Winery Orange Blossom Honey Wine ($6.00), and Honey-Peach Freeze with Blueberry Vodka ($12.00).
Garden Graze is the scavenger hunt-type activity where guests purchase five specific menu items and receive a free gift.
The gift for completing Garden Graze is available at Pineapple Promenade.
Pineapple Promenade is serving a spicy hot dog ($8) and DOLE Whip ($5.75).
It also has frozen desert violet lemonade ($4.50) and DOLE Whip with Fanta ($6.25).
The Citrus Blossom has crispy mojo marinated pork belly ($6.25), tuna tataki bowl ($6.25), and grapefruit tart ($5.25).
An orange-lemon smoothie will be available with the souvenir Orange Bird sipper for $15.
This stand has the festival map.
Near the Canada Pavilion is the Northern Bloom booth.
They will be serving seared scallops ($7.25), beef tenderloin tips ($7), and griddled maple pound cake ($5).
The maple popcorn shake is $4.75.
Outside the U.K. Pavilion is Cider House.
Cider House is serving a BLT scone ($5) and a dark chocolate raspberry tart ($4.50).
They have several ciders and a cider flight available.
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La Isla Fresca will serve multiple arepas: arepas topped with melted queso fresco ($5), arepa topped with shrimp, crushed avocado ajï, and tomato sauce ($6.75), and arepa topped with chorizo ($6.25). The dessert is coconut tres leches for $4.50.
Their special non-alcoholic beverage is a tropical breeze for $4.50.
Near the America Gardens Theatre is a schedule of Garden Rocks concerts.
As far as drinks, guest can enjoy a Bayou Cocktail ($12.00), 81Bay Brewing Co. Orange Coriander Wheat Ale ($5.00 for 6oz, $9.00 for 12oz), Parish Brewing Co. Ghost in the Machine Double IPA (5.0-0 for 6oz, $9.00 for 12oz), or a Beer Flight ($10.00).
Primavera Kitchen offers Arancini ($14.00), Ravioli alla Boscaiola ($13.00), and Bomboloni ($12.00)
There are quite a few beverage options including various wines and Italian Mineral Water ($4.25).
At Jardin De Fiestas, sample Enchilada de Mole Negro ($7.50), Taco Vampiro ($8.00), or Tostada de Chorizo ($7.75).
To drink, you can order a Poppy Flower Margarita ($13.75), a Hypnotic Margarita ($14.25), or a Craft Mexican Lager ($5.00 for 6oz/$10.00 12oz).
Trowel & Trellis is hosted by Impossible Foods.
This sign shows how each boneless Impossible Korean short rib from Trowel & Trellis saves water, emissions, and animal habitat.
There’s an ad for Twinings on the next side.
Trowel & Trellis serves grilled baby vegetables ($4.75), Impossible sausage and kale soup ($5.25), boneless Impossible Korean short rib ($6.75), and chocolate cake ($4.75).
Twinings energizing matcha cranberry and lime green tea is available with Hangar 1 makrut lime vodka in a mason jar ($11) or without ($4.50).
The Donut Box will become Sunshine Griddle.
They will serve avocado toast ($6), shrimp and grits ($7.25), corned beef brisket hash ($6.25), and fried cinnamon roll bites ($4.50).