Welcome to those of you joining me from I am a Mommy Nerd and those of you just hopping aboard. I 4th stop on our Magical Blogorail. This month we’re talking about the Flower and Garden Festival in EPCOT.
I have never had the privilege of visiting Walt Disney World during the Flower and Garden Festival. I have been there in May, after it had ended, and seen some of the topiaries they have up. In fact, you can see pictures from that here. I think that the topiaries are just beautiful, and I can imagine it’s even prettier when you’re there during the festival itself!
As a foodie, I’m excited to hear that they added food kiosks (similar to what they have at the Food and Wine Festival in the fall) to the Flower and Garden Festival! I’m kind-of jealous of my friend, Didi Marie from DIStherapy because she got to go and experience it. BUT, she was nice enough to share her thoughts and pictures with me so that I’m able to share them with you.
The kiosks include:
- Florida Fresh in the Germany Pavilion
- Hamani in the Japan Pavilion
- Jardin de Fiestas in the Mexico Pavilion
- Fleur de Lys in the France Pavilion
- Lotus House in the China Pavilion
- Pineapple Promenade in the Canada Pavilion
- Primevera Kitchen in the Italy Pavilion
- Taste of Marrakesh in the Morocco Pavilion
- The Smokehouse in the American Adventure Pavilion
- The Buttercup Cottage in the United Kingdom Pavilion
- Intermissions Cafe located in the Festival Center
- Urban Farm Eats located right before entering World Showcase
I asked Didi Marie to share some of her favorite things she tried!
Have you ever been to the Flower & Garden Festival? What’s your favorite part?
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