The Epcot International Food & Wine Festival has begun, and if you’re planning to attend the Festival this year, you already know it’s gigantic. Eighty-seven days long, more than 30 food booth Marketplaces, 36 Eat to the Beat performers, and countless opportunities to make memories and fill your belly!
But if this is your first Food and Wine Festival, if it’s been a while since your last visit, or if you’re just tryin’ to up your game this year, you’re going to want to get your copy of the DFB Guide to the Epcot Food & Wine Festival.
The Guide is over 250 pages full of tips, suggestions, and information to help you make the most of your Food & Wine Festival adventure.
Click here to score your copy of the DFB Guide to Epcot Food and Wine Festival 2019! Don’t forget to use code CHEFS for a Discount!
Wanna know more? Here are just a few ways the guide can make your food and wine festival visit epic!
Use Our Exclusive Daily Schedule of Events
The Epcot International Food and Wine Festival can be a lot, even if you’ve been before. The DFB Guide has an exclusive daily schedule of events so even if you don’t know your seminars from your demonstrations or your Mexico Tequila Lunch from your food and beverage pairings, you’ll still have a grasp on everything your day has to offer!
And because there’s always so much going on at the Food and Wine Festival, our full schedule of events might even introduce you to something new-to-you!
Use our Food and Wine Festival Touring Strategies to Customize Your Visit
If you’re looking for a way to tour the Epcot Food and Wine Festival that’s customized to you, the DFB Guide offers several touring strategies to kick-start your dining and wining adventure! We’ve got strategies that vary based on how much time you’re there (even TWO options for half-day visits!) and who you’re touring with (bring on the kid-friendly options!). And if you’re looking to try “Just the NEW Stuff,” we’ve got that, too!
Review ALL the Booth Menus
You could show up at the Food and Wine Festival and just wing it — wandering from food booth to food booth and getting what sounds good. But if you’re serious about food or you don’t have unlimited wandering time, stomach space, or budget, you’ll want to plan before you go.
The DFB Guide has full menus, pictures of EVERY SINGLE dish at the festival, and DFB-designed food crawls if you like to have some fun with your food! Just leave it up to us!
Keep Track of Your Eats with the DFB Exclusive Booth Checklist
The Food and Wine Menu Checklist helps you keep track of everything you eat and drink at the Festival so there’s no forgetting those dishes you couldn’t wait to try. When things heat up in Disney World, it’s always good to have a plan and reminders of your must-try eats!
And here’s a fun tip: If you’re Festival-ing with kiddos, let them be in charge of the checklist! They’ll feel invested and included…and important! And who doesn’t want to feel important?!?
Get Answers to YOUR FAQs
Got questions? We’ve got answers! Our FAQ section is comprised of just about any question we could come up with (or that we’ve been asked by readers and followers). Use it to make sure you know what’s what — like do I need my ID to buy all the mimosas? How can I find out when and where to meet my favorite celebrity chef (we’re looking at you, Richard Blais!)? Yeah, we’ve got an answer for that!
Find Links to Download Your Favorite Eat to the Beat Performer’s Music
Finally, if you’re into the Food and Wine Festival for hot beats in addition to great eats, we’ve got links to all of your favorite Eat to the Beat performers’ hits! Yup: you don’t even have to open iTunes; we’ve got direct links to your favorite jams!
So if “the beating of your heart is the only sound,” click away and get your Tiffany tunes, your 98 Degrees beats, and your Smash Mouth smash hits.
We’ve said it a hundred times because it’s true: the DFB Guide to the Epcot International Food and Wine Festival is the best way to prepare for your visit to the Festival. With a couple decades of experience strolling the paths of Epcot eating food out of little paper bowls, we’ve really seen it all and enjoyed it all and learned a lot. The Guide is our way of sharing that experience with you. Happy reading!
Will you be attending the Epcot International Food and Wine Festival this year? What are you most excited to try? Let us know in the comments!!