How much longer can you enjoy Taste of Epcot?

Taste of Epcot has brought back some Epcot favorite food, but is it ending?

Fall at Walt Disney World is full delights and Taste of Epcot has brought back a selection of Epcot favorite food options. From the always tasty Le Cellier dishes to the satisfying Boursin mac and cheese dishes, the flavorful offerings are many for this limited food festival.

Although Taste of Epcot has been going on since July, the end is coming to this annual food festival tradition. Walt Disney Parks announced that Taste of Epcot Food and Wine Festival will come to a close on November 22, 2020.

With just a little more than a month to sample all these delicious dishes, guests can get their fill before those flavors fade into a memory. Since Epcot has expanded some of its hours, a lingering stroll around World Showcase can be a great way to spend an evening.

Although this festival will come to an end, it does spark some curiosity about the holidays at Epcot. The annual Candlelight Processional for 2020 has been canceled, but the holidays will be bright and merry at Epcot.

Most likely the Christmas trees and other holiday traditions will be shown throughout the Disney Park. From Father Christmas to favorite foods, there will be plenty of reasons to visit Epcot through the end of the year.

Previously, Epcot Holiday Festival Marketplaces were a place to sample the flavorful food traditions around the world. From the Feast of the Three Kings to Buche Noel, each holiday festival marketplace was a taste of holiday traditions. In some ways, those plates showed that holiday traditions have common threads across the globe.

Disney Parks have not made any official announcement about holiday food options at Epcot, but hopefully that information will be coming soon.

Epcot and other Walt Disney World Parks have safety measures in place for all guests. Additionally, park reservations are required for entrance.

Even though Taste of Epcot might be coming to a close, more tasty food will be on the horizon. Holiday treats might be filling your plate, not just your sweet dreams.


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What is your favorite Epcot food or Disney Parks treat?