MASSIVE REVIEW: We Tried EVERY Booth at the 2024 EPCOT Flower & Garden Festival!

We hope you’re hungry! It’s time to talk about the 2024 EPCOT Flower & Garden Festival!

What a Dynamic Duo

As usual, there is so much to see, do, and eat at the festival including butterfly gardens, scavenger hunts, and more. We made our way around this year’s festival and tried food and drinks at EVERY booth. Take a look at our reviews below to help you decide what is/isn’t worth it on your visit!

Bauernmarkt: Farmer’s Market — 3/5


Let’s start with the classic Potato Pancakes! This dish features potato pancakes topped with house-made apple sauce — available for $5.25. Oh, and this dish is also eligible for a Garden Graze stamp.

We hate to say it, but this wasn’t our favorite food at the festival. While the pancakes were pretty well-seasoned, the texture was overly chewy, and the temperature was a tad too cold. The applesauce is a little too cold for us to really enjoy here, and overall, this just didn’t hit like it has in the past. Luckily, we’ve got more snacks on the way!

Potato Pancakes

Up next was the Toasted Pretzel Bread! You can try it for $6. This one features black forest ham and warm, gooey, melted cheese! The cheese topping is a combination of melted shredded cheese and fondue. Yeah, amazing, right? This meal is cheesy, and the ham is moist and has a nice bite to it. The bread is baked to perfection. We LOVED this dish. 

The best thing at the booth!

For dessert, we grabbed the Warm Cheese Strudel for $4.75. It comes with a fresh berry compote that adds a sweet, tart flavor. The strudel was nice and flaky, too! Ultimately though, this was just okay and didn’t particularly stand out to us.

Warm Cheese Strudel

Thirsty? Try a glass of Apfelschaumwein! It’s apple sparkling wine and apple liqueur, and costs $10.50. This one is basically like a boozy apple juice.

Apfelschaumwein- Sparkling Wine and Apple Liqueur

Prefer a beer? Try the returning  Bitburger Premium Pils, Stiegl Brewery Raspberry Radler, and the Weihenstephaner Hefe Weissbier. These are priced at $5.75 for a 6-ounce pour, or $9.75 for a 12-ounce pour. You can also try all three in the Beer Flight for $10.25! The Radler is the most unique option of the three and tastes like a cider.

Overall, we were happy with our food here, but this wasn’t our absolute favorite place to eat. The star of the show is the Toasted Pretzel Bread, so if you get anything here, get that.

Brunchcot — 4/5


What better place to start our BRUNCHCOT meal than with some Avocado Toast for $6? This toast is topped with marinated tomatoes and plant-based cheese crumbles and served up on toasted ciabatta. EPCOT fans may recognize this as a Flower and Garden Festival CLASSIC menu item. Don’t forget it’s part of the Garden Graze food crawl!

Avocado Toast

Now, let’s talk flavor. This is a fan-favorite and tastes like the classic avocado toast you may find at your local breakfast restaurants. It has salty, savory flavors, and is perfectly crunchy. That said, it’s slightly bland, but overall, we’re big fans of this dish. The tomatoes were somewhat lacking in flavor, but the bread makes up for it — the texture of our toast was crunchy AND chewy. 

EPCOT also debuted a NEW IMPOSSIBLE Chicken Fried Steak and IMPOSSIBLE Sausage Gravy option for $6.75. 

We were pleasantly surprised by this dish! The biscuit and gravy combination was quite nice, and the IMPOSSIBLE meat tasted like real sausage and sausage gravy. We tasted a lot of pepper here and the Chicken Fried IMPOSSIBLE patty was shockingly good, too! The biscuit is super flaky and soaks up the gravy. Who would’ve thought we’d like this interesting take on biscuits and gravy so much? 

NEW menu item alert!

Up next is a festival FAVORITE alert! We’re trying the Fried Cinnamon Roll Bites for $5. The Cinnamon Roll Bites come with cream cheese frosting and candied bacon, and are a GREAT value! You get five big cinnamon roll bites for five dollars! Each Cinnamon Roll Bite is generously coated with toppings and frosting, and the cinnamon filling is creamy and gooey. For five dollars, this is a no-brainer. 

A fan-favorite

Now, the Froot Loops Shake is BACK with a different color this year, but the flavor remains the same. It tastes like a classic, milky cup of Froot Loops. YUM!

Froot Loops Shake

Finally, the Coffee Cocktail ($11) features Joffrey’s Coffee with milk, vanilla vodka, and Kahlúa Rum AND Coffee Liqueur. This one doesn’t have a strong alcohol flavor. The main flavors we tasted were strong coffee and a hint of Kahlúa. Overall, it was a nice drink that makes a great pick-me-up in the middle of a busy EPCOT day.

Coffee Cocktail

The Citrus Blossom — 5/5

The Citrus Blossom

The Citrus Blossom is located at the Odyssey and is where you’ll find sips and eats themed to all things citrusy and ORANGE BIRD! Yes, this year you can snag the Orange-Lemon Smoothie in a souvenir Orange Bird Sipper, as well as the new Key Lime Wine Slush. You’ll also be able to enjoy the Orange Twist Imperial Ale, a Lemon Drop Shandy, and the Tangerine Express Hazy IPA. You can also get these as a flight! 

For food, you can get the Orange Sesame Tempura Shrimp and the Lemon Meringue Pie, both of which are returning items. 

Quincy tried this booth!

The Orange Sesame Tempura Shrimp was a HUGE hit for us last year. Quincy said she went back for it again and again in 2023, and this year seems as though it will be no different. Yep, for $7 you can get 5 pieces of perfectly fried tempura shrimp alongside a delicious orange chili sauce. 

Tempura Shrimp

The shrimp is perfectly crispy without being greasy, and it has a great flavor. However, the star of the show here is truly that dipping sauce. It isn’t at all spicy; it has a nice sweet flavor with a subtle orange tang. It’s AMAZING.

A favorite of Quincy’s

The Lemon Meringue Pie is $4.75, and although it didn’t impress us much last year, we went back to try it. This is a mini pie made of lemon curd, lemon mousse, and toasted meringue. We have mixed feelings about it. The mousse filling itself is awesome. It’s light, refreshing, sweet, and tangy all at once. However, the pie pastry at the bottom just isn’t anything to write home about. It’s just way too HARD. It’s difficult to cut into and doesn’t add much flavor. It’s not bad, but it’s not knock-your-socks-off GOOD, either. 

Lemon Pie

Now, let’s try some drinks! 

First up is the Orange-Lemon Smoothie in the Orange Bird Souvenir Cup, which is $15. This is always a favorite at this booth. It’s light and refreshing, and it tastes like a liquid orange creamsicle. It’s so yummy, and it’s non-alcoholic. Anyone can enjoy it! 


 Now, let’s try the new Key Lime Wine Slush for $12! At first sip, we LOVED this drink. It was truly like indulging in key lime pie in liquid form. However, we ended up not being able to finish it because it was so SWEET. Now, this doesn’t have to be a bad thing. If you LOVE super sweet cocktails, this will be right up your alley. It was super yummy, but almost overwhelmingly so. 

Key Lime Wine Slush

It’s beer time, y’all! This year, you can snag the Southern Tier Brewing Company’s Orange Twist Imperial Ale, Left Hand Brewing’s Lemon Drop Shandy, and Stone Brewing’s Tangerine Express Hazy IPA. All three are priced at $5.75 for 6 ounces, or $9.75 for 12 ounces. Or, you can get them as a flight for $10.25, which is what we recommend if you like beer.

Beer Flight

The Lemon Drop Shandy was super acidic, and we truly felt like we needed some anti-acid medication after trying it. However, the rest of the flight was so good that we chose to look past this.

The Orange Twist Imperial Ale is very similar to a Blue Moon with a bit more of an orange flavor. We really enjoyed it! 


Last but not least is the Tangerine Express. This tastes like your classic IPA with a bit of a citrus note. It’s super light and refreshing and was actually our favorite of the three.

Full spread

And there you have it! Overall, we’d give this booth five stars. Yes, five stars despite the crust situation with the Lemon-Meringue Pie and the acidity of the Lemon Drop Shandy. Yes, the rest of the food was THAT good. If you love citrus, especially orange, you’ll love this booth. Give it a try!

EPCOT Farmers Feast — 4/5

Farmers Feast

Buckle up — this isn’t like any other Flower and Garden Festival booth! Why? The menu will CHANGE throughout the event! Depending on when you visit, you can experience an entirely NEW set of snacks and treats! Since we’re visiting EPCOT on the first day of the festival, we’re here to try the options from the Early Bloom Menu! The Early Bloom Menu will be available from February 28th through March 30th.

Early Bloom Menu (with some items staying through the festival)

OK, let’s dig in, starting with the Veal Tenderloin! This dish is served with spring pea risotto featuring BEN’S ORIGINAL INTERNATIONAL GRAINS Arborio Rice and red wine syrup. This is a new menu item available for $8.50. Although we had high hopes for this dish, we were a little disappointed. The meat was cooked to the point of being super chewy. We didn’t love that spring pea risotto, either — the flavor was overly herby and felt busy. 

Veal Tenderloin

Luckily, this booth quickly redeemed itself with a returning favorite: the Strawberry Rhubarb Upside-Down Cake! 

The Strawberry Rhubarb Upside Down Cake is served with crème fraîche whipped cream. You can get it for $4.75. The strawberry and rhubarb are FABULOUS! It’s got a fresh topping that’s not too sweet, but just sweet enough to balance the tart fruity flavors. The cake itself is soft and moist, and all those textures work together perfectly. 

Strawberry Rhubarb Upside Down Cake

You can also indulge in a little Grilled Street Corn on the Cob for $5.75. The Grilled Street Corn on the Cob was totally COATED in a savory garlic spread with plant-based cheese. We were surprised by this one in the BEST way. It’s got plenty of toppings to give you a flavorful little snack. 

Grilled Corn

Now, we’re wrapping up our meal with some drinks! First, there’s the Hibiscus Lemonade Cocktail for $12. This cocktail features Islamorada Brewery & Stillery Hibiscus Gin and has a sweet, tart lemonade flavor mixed with what reminds us of violet sake. It was fresh, light, and sweet!


NEW this year is the Frozen Lemon Tea Cocktail for $12! This one is made with Bärenjäger Honey & Bourbon. If you like bourbon, give this one a try! Our drink tasted like a bourbon slushy with subtle hints of lemon tea.  

Frozen Lemon Tea Cocktail

Overall, this booth has some serious festival favorites and one dish you can skip. We loved the Street Corn, Upside Down Cake, and both cocktails. Sadly, the Veal Tenderloin missed the mark for us. But the good news is that this booth has a rotating dining menu, so you can come back and try MORE snacks later!

Florida Fresh — 2/5

Florida Fresh must mean Florida basic because that’s about all you’re getting at Florida Fresh. Also, the booth was not open yet, so you’ll need to head to the Odyssey to try these eats at the start of the festival.

This spot isn’t open yet!

Okay, let’s get into it: we started with the Grilled Warm Water Lobster Tail with Key lime butter for $11.25. This item is new this year, and well, we think it could use some improvement. There were pieces of tendon and shell pieces that were inedible and we had to work to eat them. We also didn’t get any of the key lime or buttery flavors.

Lobster Tail

The Cubanito with mojo-marinated pork belly, ham, Swiss cheese, pickles, and stone ground mustard sauce for $6.50 is also new this year, but it’s really just a Cuban sandwich. We appreciated the amount of meat on it and thought the pickles and mustard sauce gave it a nice tangy flavor, but overall, it’s still just a sandwich.


The Florida Strawberry Shortcake for $5 is a plant-based dessert, as well as part of the Garden Graze Stroll. It’s a dense cake covered in strawberries and topped with whipped topping. It’s pretty fresh and tasty, but there’s nothing all that special about it.


Finally, we took a few sips of the Cucumber-Watermelon Slushy for $5. The watermelon flavor tasted real, and we thought the cucumber added even more freshness to the flavor. You can also get a version of this with Gin for $13. Overall, this is a nice drink for a hot day, but it’s not something we’d come back for.


Fleur de Lys — 5/5

Fleur de Lys

If you love French cuisine, you NEED to stop on by Fleur de Lys during EPCOT’s 2024 Flower & Garden Festival. The Outdoor Kitchen (also known as food booth) has a great reputation and is a fan favorite. We’re pleased to report it continues to live up to the hype!

First, we tried the returning Croissant au Fromage de Chèvre, Herbes et Ail Rôtie for $6.95. This pastry is made with goat cheese, herbs, and roasted garlic. It’s really tasty with an abundance of goat cheese (you definitely don’t have to worry about getting skimped). The croissant itself is soft and flaky with a nice buttery taste.


The new Parmentier de Canard A L’Orange is a pulled duck confit with orange sauce and garlic-rosemary mashed potatoes that can be bought for $7.95. It looks disgusting but tastes amazing! It tastes like elevated turkey, mashed potatoes, and gravy and goes together perfectly. The duck is a rich meat and probably not for everyone, but we still really enjoyed it and found the gravy to be herbaceous and the mashed potatoes to be soft and creamy – exactly what you want out of mashed potatoes and gravy.

Duck Confit

Next up we have the new Gâteau au Crémeux Citron, Lavende et Thym, Compote de Fruits Rouges priced at $6.95. This is a warm cake filled with lemon, lavender, and thyme-infused cream served with berry compote. It kind of looks like a Festival of the Arts dessert and has the perfect balance of moistness. The filling has a great acidic fruity flavor and the compote companion and lavender gel give the cake an extra punch of lavender and berry flavors.

A sweet option!

The returning Beignet Caramélisé, Fourré Crème Vanille, Glacé au Caramel Fleur de Sel priced at $6.50 is the star of the booth. This caramelized beignet is filled with vanilla cream and glazed with salted caramel to create a crème brûlée beignet. The beignet is more like School Bread than a Mickey Beignet and boasts the perfect amount of vanilla cream on the inside. The cracked sugar caramelized topping is the best thing about this sharable treat!

Did someone say beignet?!

As for the drinks, first, we tried the returning Sparkling Raspberry Cocktail for $6.50. This is a rosé wine with a natural raspberry flavor. This year, we found it to be a refreshing white wine without much of a raspberry taste. It wasn’t exactly as advertised.

Quincy ate at the Fleur de Lys booth!

Next, we tried the returning La Vie en Rose Frozen Slush. This drink is made with vodka, Grey Goose L’Orange Vodka, St. Germain Elderflower liqueur, and white and red cranberry juices. It’s priced at $14.50.  It’s super floral and looks great in pictures, and despite having a pleasant taste, it’s not as good as the nearby slushies within the France pavilion such as the Grand Marnier Slush. It’s still quite good, but there are better options.

La Vie en Rose Frozen Slush

We didn’t try the Jean Bojour Val de Loire, a $ 7.00 Sauvignon Blanc from the Loire Valley, nor the Kronenbourg Blanc 1664 Draft Beer for $5.50 and $9.95, depending on the pour.

There was nothing here we disliked, and you can’t go wrong trying anything Fleur de Lys has to offer.

Hanami — 4/5


At Hanami, we first tried the Steam Bun filled with vegetables and plant-based soy meat for $8.50. This is SO delicious, and we were surprised that we could not tell that the “meat” was soy-based.

Steam Bun

We do have to note that although this bun is mostly filled with veggies, it’s not listed as a plant-based item in the Festival Passport. This was delicious and we thought the bun itself fluffy and airy, just like a steamed bun should be.


The Ramen Cup, made with Ramen salad shaken in a cup with fresh vegetables, grilled chicken, and dashi broth with chili oil and yuzu for $8.50 might just be the best thing at this booth, though.

Ramen Cup

This is served chilled, which is PERFECT for the hot weather we’re having at Disney World right now. The vegetables are bright, the grilled chicken is good (although we wanted more of it), and the Dashi broth is flavorful. We didn’t get a lot of flavor from the chili oil and yuzu, though.

For dessert, we tried the popular Frushi, which is made with Strawberry, pineapple, and lychee wrapped in coconut rice and pink soy wrap served with whipped cream, drizzled raspberry sauce, and toasted coconut for $7.75.

The famous Frushi!

So it’s tasty, but it’s not our favorite thing at this booth because we just don’t think it’s THAT interesting. It’s a good way for someone to try sushi for the first time, though, and it’s fun, so we’ll give it that. 

Emma tried Hanami for us!

For drinks, we had two on a Watermelon and Strawberry drink. The first was the Watermelon-Strawberry Lemonade for $6.75. This is a non-alcoholic drink that is light and refreshing. We loved it.


We also tried the Ichigo Breeze Cocktail made with Sake, Strawberry, and Watermelon for $7.75. It’s basically the same drink, but with Sake added. We liked that the Sake was light enough that it didn’t change the flavor of the drink, so for those who prefer a cocktail over a regular lemonade, this is a great light and refreshing option.

Sake cocktail

The Honey Bee-stro — 5/5

The Honey Bee-stro

We have no notes for this booth. It might even be our Best of the Fest! First up is the returning Chicken and Waffles featuring crispy chicken and a honey sweet cornbread waffle topped with whipped honey butter and spicy honey. You can order this dish for $6.75.

Chicken & Waffles

We loved this! The cornbread waffle was sweet and savory, while the chicken on top was juicy and tender. Not only that, but the outside was nice and crispy. Plus, that honey butter on top is just the best.

Full spread from The Honey Bee-stro

New on the menu this year is the Honey-glazed Cauliflower for $5. This is made with honey-roasted carrot purée, wild rice pilaf, spring vegetables, honey-blistered grapes, and sunflower brittle. 

We were surprised by this one – it was hearty and sweet at the same time. The earthiness of the veggies combined with the sunflower brittle was such a unique combination.


We grabbed the Honey-Peach Cobbler Freeze cocktail, which comes with blueberry vodka and streusel for $13. This was kind of like a honey-flavored milkshake in terms of consistency. We loved the addition of the blueberry vodka!

Honey Peach Cobbler Freeze

Also returning to the Bee-Stro this year is the Florida Orange Groves Winery Orange Blossom Honey Wine for $6.50.

We also grabbed the Copperpoint Brewing Co. Bee’s Squeeze Blonde Ale for $5.75/6oz and $9.75/12oz. This one is new, and we were surprised by how much we liked this too. It reminded us of a honey kolsch and was nice and light.

Blonde Ale

Jardin de Fiestas — 3.5/5

Jardin de Fiestas

At the Jardin de Fiestas booth in Mexico, we first tried the Sope de Chilorio with Guajillo pepper-braised pork on fried corn shells, black beans, shredded cabbage, crema Mexicana, queso fresco, and chives. You can get it for $8.50.

Sope de Chilorio

The braised pork had a rich and complex flavor without being too spicy from the peppers, and it was pretty tender as well. This dish was pretty heavy on the beans, which we certainly didn’t mind. The sope was crunchy on the outside but also had a softness on the inside. We think this may be a new Best of the Fest contender!

Next up, we grabbed the Tamale de Rajas with poblano peppers, corn, and cheese together in masa topped with poblano cream sauce, crema Mexicana, pickled carrots, and onions with chives. This one is $8.75.


The poblano peppers weren’t too spicy and tasted fresh, and the poblano crema tied everything together. We loved the crunch of the pickled onions and carrots that helped cut through the richness of the masa dough. The sope was still our favorite, though!

Fry Bucket tried the food at Jardin de Fiestas!

For dessert, we had the Flan de Guayaba for $6.50. This is a Vanilla flan finished with guava coulis, whipped cream, and fresh fruit. 

The flan itself was pretty plain, sweet, and vanilla-based, but the guayaba coulis added a tropical, fruity flavor to the dessert that helped take it up a notch.


The new Lychee Margarita is crafted with Centinela Blanco Tequila, lychee liqueur, citrus juice, and agave nectar, and you can grab it for $14.50. Fair warning, this thing melted pretty quickly. Ours also was pretty light on the tequila flavor and we didn’t taste much from the lychee.

Lychee Margarita

The new Floral Margarita is made with cherry liqueur, mezcal, hibiscus tea, and lime juice. You can grab it for $14. We liked this better than the Lychee Marg, but it was still a bit lacking. Once again it was watered down, but we did enjoy the combination of the cherry liqueur and hibiscus tea!

Comes in a cute cup!

La Isla Fresca — 5/5

La Isla Fresca

La Isla Fresca is between the France and Morocco pavilions, and we suggest that you go find it now. This booth is serving up some delicious plant-based items! You can get the new IMPOSSIBLE Jamaican Beef Patty and the returning Coconut Tres Leches. For drink items, grab the Tropical Slush, Florida Orange Groves Winery Tropical Perception White Sangria, or the new Wicked Weed Brewing Mango Wowie Hazy IPA with mango. 

When we sat down with the IMPOSSIBLE Jamaican Beef Patty, we were ready for a delicious meal, and that’s just what we got. It is a patty instead of loose meat inside a flaky crust. We thought the patty’s texture reminded us of a meatball, but the flavors were fantastic.

Beef Patty

It was spiced well, and the spicy papaya syrup on top gave it a great sweet and spicy flavor. It’s not overwhelmingly spicy, but it is there, so if you’re not a fan of spice you may want to opt for something else. This may be plant-based, but it’s one of our favorites in the festival and we recommend trying it! It’s $6.50.

We really enjoyed this!

Next, we had the plant-based Coconut Tres Leches for $5.00. It was so good! It was moist as a good tres leches cake should be. The whipped topping is plant-based, and still so creamy and fluffy. We might be adding this to our best of the fest list, too.

Coconut Tres Leches

Then we started trying the drinks! We opted for the non-alcoholic version of the Tropical Slush for $4.50, but you can get it with Don Q Límon Rum for $11.50. This was our favorite drink of the day. It’s a great drink to have when you need to cool down from the Florida heat. The flavors were delicious. The grapefruit, lemonade, and simple syrup went well together, but the grapefruit overpowered the lemonade a bit. So you may want to avoid it if you don’t like grapefruit.


Last, we tried the new Wicked Weed Brewing Mango Wowie Hazy IPA with mango. You can get a 6-ounce pour for $5.75 or a 12-ounce pour for $9.75. We were shocked by how much this didn’t remind us of an IPA! It was far sweeter than you would think and not very bitter at all. The hoppiness of a typical IPA wasn’t there. The mango flavor was great, too! If you want to try an IPA that’s not overly bitter, this is the one to try.


Lotus House — 3/5

We visited the Lotus House at the China pavilion to try out the Spicy Mala Chicken Skewer, House-made Cheese Crab Wontons, Pan-fried Vegetable Dumplings, Mango Bubble Tea, Lucky Peach, and Dragon Dynasty! We often enjoy the food here, so let’s find out how it was this year.

We first tried the Spicy Mala Chicken Skewer, which is $6.75. The name claims it’s spicy, but we didn’t think it was too bad. It was a pretty low spice, which was a nice addition to the creamy peanut sauce. We like the skewers, but we don’t think you have to go out of your way to try them.

Not as spicy as it may seem

We typically love the House-made Cheese Crab Wontons, and that was true this year, as well! They are $8.25 and very cheesy and creamy. We liked the crispiness of the wonton. As much as we liked them, though, we did want more of the crab meat in them. They’re the best thing at this booth, but the lack of crab would make us think twice about recommending these.


On to the Pan-fried Vegetable Dumplings! We love the flavor of these; they were savory, yet nice and light. Unfortunately, we think they’re priced too high for what they are. You pay $5.50 for two, small dumplings.


Now, let’s talk about drinks.

The Mango Bubble Tea is $7.75 and is very good. It is light and refreshing even though it is a sweet drink. The tapioca boba doesn’t add a lot to the flavor, but it had a nice chewy texture that was easy to eat.

Mango Bubble Tea

We loved the Lucky Peach drink! It is $14.25, and while we thought we weren’t going to like the whiskey in it, we actually really enjoyed the beverage. It was super sweet and fruity. The whiskey was there, but not overpowering or strong.

Lucky Peach

However, the Dragon Dynasty drink left us underwhelmed. It is $14.00 and we would recommend one of the other drinks instead. It’s good, it’s just not as original as the others. It has a sweet flavor and there isn’t really an alcohol taste. If you like your alcoholic drinks without the flavor of alcohol, then you might want to grab this one instead.

This one is stunning to look at!

Magnolia Terrace — 4/5

Magnolia Terrace

First up, we grabbed the Muffuletta Panini with ham, salami, mortadella, provolone, and Swiss with olive salad. This is a returning item from last year and we weren’t huge fans of the overly olive flavor. You can grab this tasty dish for $6.25.


This year, though, the flavors were much more balanced. The meats weren’t too greasy, but we did think the thick portion of cheese was slightly off-putting for not being too melty.

Next up, we grabbed the Spicy Chicken Gumbo with Andouille sausage with long grain & wild rice. Grab the Spicy Chicken Gumbo for $6.25.


This has been one of our favorites in the past and this year is no different. It’s got a kick to it and the chicken and sausage are both well-cooked without being chewy or dry.

Fry Bucket was a fan!

For dessert, we grabbed the Bananas Foster Bread Pudding! You can pick one up for $4.75. It’s hard to mess up a dessert like this, and we’re happy to report that it was delicious. The bread was moist but not soggy, while the combination of bananas, brown sugar, and cinnamon made this a perfect dessert.


In terms of drinks on this menu, we got the Beer Flight with Urban Artifact Capy Snacks Fruit Punch Fruit Ale, Schneider Weisse LoveBeer Weissbier, and Parish Brewing Co. Ghost in the Machine Double IPA. You can grab this flight for $10.25.

Beer flight

The Urban Artifact Capy Snacks Fruit Punch Fruit Ale was pretty fruity, while the Weissbeer was more on the dry side. When we had the IPA last year, it was pretty hop-forward.

Try three at once!

And finally, we had the Bayou Cocktail made with Spiced rum, coconut rum, fruit punch, and orange juice, and you can grab it for $12.50. We could drink this all day! It was on the sweet side though, but we could definitely taste the rum. We felt it was more orange-flavored than fruit punch.

Bayou Cocktail

Northern Bloom — 4/5

Northern Bloom

At the Northern Bloom booth in Canada, we first tried the Beef Tenderloin Tips with mushroom bordelaise sauce, whipped potatoes, and garden vegetables for $7.25.

Beef Tenderloin Tips

This dish was tasty! The beef tenderloin was very tender and pulled apart just like a pot roast! We tasted a bit of tanginess in the sauce and thought it had a great flavor. We also really enjoyed the mashed potatoes. They were super buttery and you can’t go wrong with fluffy, buttery mashed potatoes.

Next up we got the Seared Scallops for $7.75. Unfortunately, we only received one scallop even though the picture depicted two scallops. While the serving size was disappointing, the scallop we did receive was yummy. The bacon vinaigrette was the star of this dish and the flavor really came through. The scallop itself was buttery!

We only got ONE scallop!

The last food item we tried was the Chocolate Maple Whisky Cake for $4.50. This dish was fantastic! There was lots of chocolate and it was gooey and decadent! This was our favorite dish at this booth and we highly recommend it.

Time for dessert!

Moving on to the drinks, we started with the Beer Flight for $10.25. The beer flight comes with three beers: Collective Arts Brewing Beyond Reason Micro Pale Ale, Collective Arts Brewing Grapefruit Lime Sour, and Glutenberg Blonde Ale.

Beer Flight

The Collective Arts Brewing Beyond Reason Micro Pale Ale was not our favorite. It only had a bit of flavor to it and overall did not impress us.

Pale Ale

The Collective Arts Brewing Grapefruit Lime Sour was our favorite of the beer flight! We would describe it as a hard cider, but really liked this one!


The last beer, the Glutenberg Blonde Ale tasted just like a blonde beer. It was a good blonde beer, but we didn’t feel like there was anything special to it.

Blonde Ale

Last but not least, we got the Florida Orange Groves Sparkling Blackberry Wine for $12. This wine was sweet and easy to drink! There was good blackberry flavor and we think it is a wonderful sipping wine. It has a fairly low alcohol content which made it even easier to drink.

Sparkling Wine

Pineapple Promenade — 4/5

Pineapple Promenade

Pineapple Promenade is home to all sorts of sweet and refreshing drinks as well as some serious SPICE! We’ll start with the food options. 

First, you can get a classic DOLE Whip for $6.50. Yep, just like the ones you can get at Disney’s Polynesian Resort and in Magic Kingdom. It’s a classic. It’s delicious and refreshing, and you can totally get it elsewhere. Don’t waste your time. 

Instead, grab one of the DOLE Whip floats! You can get a DOLE Whip with pineapple Fanta for $6.75. It’s refreshing and a great pineapple-on-pineapple option. You can sip it with a straw or eat it with a spoon! 

DOLE Whip with Fanta

We also tried the DOLE Whip with Sōmrus Mango Cream Liqueur for $12.50. This is a thick, creamy, alcoholic beverage that we really enjoyed. It mostly tastes like a super creamy DOLE whip with just a hint of mango. It was lovely! 

A boozy DOLE Whip option!

Okay, on to the star of the show. The Spicy Hot Dog! It’s served with pineapple chutney and plantain chips, and although we’ve had it before, it still knocked our socks off with that SPICE. Like, seriously. It’s so spicy, and we say that as folks who love spicy food. The pineapple really brightens it up with some tang and sweetness, though. It’s super good. 

Spicy Hot Dog

Now, onto the BEER FLIGHT. It’s $10.25 and comes with Copperpoint Brewing Co. Tropical Hibiscus Blonde Ale, the Wicked Weed Brewing Perni Haze Hazy IPA, and the 3 Daughters Brewing Tropical Hefe. All three of them are fine. They are basic pale ales. We didn’t really get much other flavor. There are probably better beers elsewhere throughout the festival if you’re a beer person. 

Beer Flight

Overall, we give this a ⅘! Everything here is yummy, although some of it is a bit basic. We think there’s something for everyone here, though.

Primavera Kitchen — 3/5

At Primavera Kitchen, we grabbed the new Bocconcini — Mozzarella bocconcini, grape tomatoes, and pesto sauce for $7.50.


The tomatoes in this dish were super fresh, though the basil wasn’t. Luckily, the pesto made up for it. It went well with the mozzarella and was herby and light. This was a pretty refreshing snack!

Emma at Primavera

Next, we got the new Arrabbiata made with Pennette pasta, spicy tomato sauce, and buttery shrimp for $9.25. We weren’t expecting to like this as much as we did, but it was excellent! The sauce was rich and buttery with a slight kick, and there was a generous portion of shrimp. Ours was a bit on the overcooked side, but overall still tasty.


The Quattro Formaggi is made with Pennette pasta and four-cheese sauce, and you can get it for $6.75. We liked this, but it wasn’t anything super exciting. We could tell that the cheese was fresh, which we appreciated, but overall it was a pretty boring dish. It would likely be good for kiddos or picky eaters, though!

Quattro Formaggi

For dessert, we snagged the Chocolate Cannoli – a Chocolate-covered cannolo shell with peanut butter-ricotta filling for $5.75. This was a nice little treat! It was rather small for the price, though. It was sweet and reminded us of a Reese’s Peanut Butter Cup with the creamy peanut butter-chocolate combination going on.

Chocolate Cannoli

As far as drinks go at this booth, we grabbed the Italian Margarita with limoncello and tequila for $12. This is a festival classic, and we loved it just as much this year! It’s tart, refreshing, and sweet all at once. We definitely recommend it if you’re a margarita fan!

Italian Margarita

You can also get the Italian Sangria for $12, Peroni Pilsner (6 oz $6.50 / 12 oz $11), Sauvignon Blanc for $14, and Prosecco for $11.75. 

Refreshment Port — 4/5

Refreshment Port

This year we were pleasantly surprised with the food and drinks at Refreshment Port. We tried the Plant-based Buffalo Chicken Tender Poutine ($10), Frozen Mojito with Boyd & Blair Rum ($13), and Country Boy Brewing Orange Cream Hard Cider ($12). 

Everything we ate at Refreshment Port

In the Plant-based Buffalo Chicken Tender Poutine, we liked that the tots were crispy and not soft, this made the texture of the dish have a crispy crunch. The buffalo sauce was not super spicy but was balanced out with the coolness of the ranch.

We thought it was cool that the dish featured both ranch and blue cheese crumbles since normally it is one or the other. The ranch also helped balance out the potent taste of the blue cheese. We think that this is one of the best plant-based dishes of the fest and we were not going into this review thinking that we would be too impressed. We would go back just for this dish.


The Frozen Mojito with Boyd & Blair Rum is a returning item and when we got it this year, the mojito was more melted than it was frozen. The drink had a kick to it which we were not expecting since the drinks are pre-mixed so we liked that it tasted a little stronger. There is a bit of a sour and tart taste along with hints of mint, which made us pucker a little bit. 


If you like sweet drinks, the Country Boy Brewing Orange Cream Hard Cider drink is perfect for you (even if you do not love cider). It reminded us of an orange cream soda since it was sweet and citrus. Since it is cider, it still does have that carbonated tickle to it.

Cider that even cider haters might like!

Overall, we were surprised with this booth. We normally are excited to see the menu items but are usually let down, this year was different and we loved the Plant-based Buffalo Chicken Tender Poutine and would come back for it. We liked it so much that we think it is one of the best plant-based dishes of the festival.

Swirled Showcase– 4/5

Swirled Showcase

It’s time for some ICE CREAM! Swirled Showcase is brand new to the Flower and Garden Festival, as it originally appeared for the 100th Anniversary Celebration in the Food and Wine Festival. So, nearly EVERYTHING here was new. Sage made like, 100 trips back and forth to grab everything so that we could try it all before it melted. Okay, okay. Let’s jump into the review. 

First up, we tried the Liquid Nitro Honey-Mascarpone Cheesecake for $5.25. This is a chilled cheesecake that comes with fresh honey, granulated honey, and honey mead blueberry compote Presented by the National Honey Board. Y’all. This is SO good. While the flavor is great, what truly makes this dish is the texture. The top is almost crystallized and is super crunchy. Underneath that, you have the delicious cheesecake, and underneath THAT is more of that crunchy texture we love. If you like cheesecake, try this. 


Next, we had the Ice Cream Float for $6.75. This is Vanilla Soft-serve and Barq’s Red Creme Soda. We. love. this. treat. The vanilla ice cream combined with the sweet cream soda just elevates a traditional float to the point of being phenomenal. We cannot say enough good things about this treat.

Ice Cream Float

Next, we had the Strawberry-Basil Sorbet for $12.50. It’s dairy-free, and it literally tastes like someone melted down a strawberry fruit bar from one of the outdoor vending carts. It’s nothing special. It’s refreshing, of course, but nothing special. 

Strawberry Basil Sorbet

Next, you can choose from three different soft-serve options: Vanilla, Peanut Butter, and Grape Jelly. Each one is $6.50.

Vanilla Soft Serve

We had the peanut butter one, which was overwhelming for Sage because he doesn’t really like peanut butter. However, if YOU like peanut butter, this tastes like someone chilled a jar of it and then stuck a spoon inside and said, “Eat up!”

Peanut Butter Soft Serve

Someone told us to mix it with the Grape Jelly soft serve option for a bit of a PB&J moment, and this made it much better. You can actually get the two flavors swirled! The grape jelly one is packed with flavor and almost tart, so it’s definitely a great option. 

Grape Soft Serve

Next up, we tried the Vanilla Soft-serve with Cantaloupe Liqueur for $12.50. It’s literally vanilla ice cream and cantaloupe-flavored alcohol. We thought there could have been a more creative way to combine the two, but it’s totally refreshing. It’s good – maybe simple is best sometimes, huh? 

Simple but delish!

Next, you can get the Boulevard Brewing Co. Quirk Strawberry Banana Whip Hard Seltzer for $12. This is one that stuck around from the Festival of the Arts, so we didn’t grab it this time. However, we did have the Strawberry Basil Sorbet with Hard Seltzer. It tastes just like the soft serve, but the alcoholic version. It’s good! It’s nice and refreshing. But it’s nothing to write home about. 

Hard Seltzer

Finally, we had the Boulevard Brewing Co. Quirk Strawberry Banana Whip Hard Seltzer for $12. This is such a pretty drink that tastes just as good! The strawberry and banana flavors are equally balanced to create a light, fruity, refreshing drink for a hot day. If you love strawberry, banana, and seltzers, you’ll love this.

Strawberry Banana Whip Hard Seltzer

We absolutely recommend this booth if you love ice cream! This is a great option for those hot days when you just want something cold. We give it a 4/5, even if a few of them did lack some creativity. They were still good. Go try this!

Tangierine Cafe: Flavors of the Medina — 4/5

Tangierine Cafe

Tangierine Cafe threw us for a loop this year! Just when you thought you understood how fruit, cider, and colors work, Disney proves you wrong. We tried a variety of items at this booth including the Mediterranean Flatbread, Orange Blossom-Saffron Cake, and the cider flight which includes Keel Farms Pear Honeysuckle Hard Cider, Woodchuck Imperial Sippin’ Citrus Hard Cider, and 3 Daughters Brewing Pomegranate Hard Cider. You can also get Grilled Kebabs here as well!

The Mediterranean Flatbread is $6, and it’s worth every penny. The garlic aioli that is drizzled on top of the flatbread was the best part, and it wasn’t even listed on the menu! There is chermoula, roasted vegetables, artichoke, olives, and feta cheese on top of the flatbread, and we would definitely get it again.


The Orange Blossom-Saffron Cake was a delicious cake option! It is a common dessert here in different variations, but this was our favorite out of every other festival. It cost $5 and was light and airy. We liked the different layers, including the shell-like top layer that gave it a different textural element.


That brings us to the cider flight for $10.25. You can purchase each of the ciders individually for $5.75 for 6 ounces or $9.75 for 12 ounces. But if you’re going to pick just one, we recommend the pomegranate one (which is NOT PINK!!).

Cider Flight

We couldn’t believe that the pink cider was actually the Woodchuck Imperial Sippin’ Citrus Hard Cider and NOT the 3 Daughters Brewing Pomegranate Hard Cider. Out of the three, the pomegranate cider was the only one that we could actually find notes of the fruit flavor. The other two simply tasted like plain cider, which was really disappointing.

What’s in the cider flight

Overall, the food was great and we loved the pomegranate cider! This booth is worth the stop.

Trowel & Trellis — 4.5/5

Trowel & Trellis

Trowel & Trellis was a showstopper for us! We loved everything we had here, except for one item. We tried the returning IMPOSSIBLE Farmhouse Meatball and the Soy-glazed Sticky Ribs, the new Chocolate Mousse Terrarium, and the Surreal Brewing Co. Natural Bridges Kolsch Style Non-Alcoholic Beer.

Full spread

Let’s start off with the food. 

We first tried the Soy-glazed Sticky Ribs, and y’all, these were AMAZING. We loved everything about these ribs. They were sticky and sweet, and so good. They were very savory, and ours even came with some jalapenos and peppers which were not listed on the menu. There wasn’t a whole lot of meat, but we loved them just the same. The ribs are $7.

Sticky Ribs

Next, we gave the IMPOSSIBLE Farmhouse Metaball a shot, and we were not disappointed. These may be our favorite plant-based meal at the festival. It was a decent portion and had great flavor. You could tell it wasn’t real meat because of the spices they used, but it was still great. The aioli on top was a great addition, and the vegetables gave it a nice crunch. We honestly loved the lentil bread, too! It was so soft and tied everything together. You can get this plant-based meal for $6.


The Chocolate Mousse Terrarium was so cute! It’s a new item that reminds us of a very similar item from previous festivals. There’s a light matcha crumble on top that has a subtle matcha flavor and acts as the “moss” of the terrarium. The chocolate mousse on the bottom is the “soil,” and it was creamy, smooth, and rich. It was sweet, but not too sweet. It did melt a bit on us in the sun, but we forgive it because it was fantastic. It’s definitely a best of the fest for us. Grab this dessert for $5.50!

The sweet option at this booth!

The last item we tried was the Surreal Brewing Co. Natural Bridges Kolsch Style Non-Alcoholic Beer, and this was not good in our opinion. It was very bitter and very sour. There was maybe a little bit of a hint of citrus, but it was so overpowered by the bitterness that we couldn’t really tell. The beer is $5.75 for a 6-ounce pour or $9.75 for 12 ounces. We recommend all the food but definitely skip this NA beer.

Non-alcoholic Beer

Next, we tried the Raspberry and Herbal Tea with Gin for $12. This one is DANGEROUS. It’s absolutely delicious and lightly sweet. The lemon comes through loud and clear, kind of like the BEST Arnold Palmer you’ve ever had. What makes this dangerous is that you can’t even taste the gin. It’s definitely in there, though. Trust us.

Raspberry and Lemon Herbal Tea with Gin

Last but not least, we tried the Brew Hub Strawberry Heat Wave Berliner. This is a hazy wheat beer, with a loud and clear strawberry taste. If you’ve never had a Berliner, this is a great place to start. We really liked it!

Strawberry Heatwave Berliner

The food and drink options here are definitely solid. We’d recommend them to anyone seeking a refreshing drink or yummy food!

Joffrey’s Coffee & Tea Carts — 3/5

Although Joffrey’s locations are available year-round, there are specialty beverages here for the festivals! Let’s take a look at what we tried this year.

One of four Joffrey’s locations with festival drinks

Near Canada, we tried the Citrus Frosted Iced Tea for $6.49. You can also get it spiked with Grey Goose Vodka for $14.99.

Citrus Frosted Iced Tea

This is a blend of frozen lemonade, Minute Maid Lemonade, Iced Tea, and orange-tangerine syrup garnished with a glazed orange peel. This one tasted a lot like sweet tea in the sense that it was syrupy-sweet. We didn’t enjoy that aspect of it, but we did like the flavor of the tangerine that’s in it. We probably wouldn’t get this again, honestly, but if you like sweet tea, you might enjoy it.

At World Discovery (Near Mission: SPACE), we tried the Iced Honey Jasmine Latte for $6.91 after tax. We liked this one! It has a very mild coffee flavor and even more of a milky vibe than a traditional latte. We slightly tasted the honey, but couldn’t really taste the jasmine. It’s okay, nothing to write home about, but it’s good! 

Iced Honey Jasmine Latte

Lastly, we tried the Tropical Frosted Iced Tea from the America Pavilion for $6.49, but you can get it spiked with Grey Goose Vodka for $14.99.

Tropical Frosted Iced Tea

This was our favorite of the three we tried, but it was still just a basic tea. We could definitely taste the tropical vibes, and the orange peel inside almost made it taste spiked, but it was still JUST TEA.

Near Disney Traders, the exclusive festival beverage is the Iced Berry Chai Latte. This is a blend of chai tea, blueberry syrup, and milk topped with whipped cream and cinnamon. This drink is $8.49 and really surprised us! The warm spice flavors of the chai were delicious, and it blends surprisingly nicely with the berry flavors. It reminds us of the flavor profile of a berry cobbler. 

Overall, based on the sips we did try, we wouldn’t go out of our way to grab these drinks, except for the Iced Berry Chai Latte.

Additional Locations

Funnel Cake Stand — 3/5

Funnel Cake Stand

In the American Adventure Pavilion, you’ll find the Funnel Cake Stand, which specializes in seasonal specialty (you guessed it) FUNNEL CAKES. For the Flower and Garden Festival, you can snag the funnel cake with powdered sugar, vanilla ice cream, strawberries, whipped cream, strawberry glaze, and strawberry crunch.

Funnel Cake

It’s good. It’s delicious. It’s everything you want in a funnel cake. BUT. Is it worth the $12 price? NO SIRREE BOB. The delicious sugary crispness of this dessert is not enough to have us drop that much cash on a FUNNEL CAKE. 

Seriously, go to Disney’s Hollywood Studios which is just a Skyliner ride away to snag a BETTER funnel cake for so much cheaper. Thank us later, and skip the EPCOT funnel cake. There are better funnel cakes and better festival snacks.

Refreshment Outpost — 5/5

Refreshment Outpost

Refreshment Outpost gets a bit of a menu update during the festival, and we’ll just tell you now that everything here is a winner.

We started with this year’s new offering, the Seasonal Fruit Parfait with sweet chili sauce and DOLE Whip Mango for $7. This is a lot like those spicy Dole Whip snacks we see in Disneyland, and it’s perfect. The tart mango Dole Whip with the spices just blends so well together.

DOLE Whip Parfait

We also had a chance to be reunited with the Tangerine Soft Serve for $6.50. This is an old favorite and we’re so glad it’s back. It is so full of a nice tangerine flavor with a hint of vanilla. We could literally eat this every day – and we might.

Soft Serve

You can also get an Ice Cream Float made with that Tangerine soft-serve and Barq’s Red Creme Soda for $6.50. This is like the best of both worlds (yes, we did just quote Hannah Montana). That delicious soft serve and that cream-flavored soda are the perfect combination.

Refreshment Outpost Float

There are also some beers here, including the new Crooked Can Brewing Sorpresa Picante Pale Ale Winter Garden for $12. This beer tastes a little hoppy, although we didn’t think it was overwhelming. You’ll also find it has floral notes.

Pale Ale

We really loved the Woodchuck 802 Barrel-Aged Hard Cider for $12. This is such a nice light apple-flavored drink that goes down very easily (maybe too much because we want more). It is also pretty sweet, so if you don’t like sweeter ciders, you might want to skip. However, we thought it was refreshing.

Hard Cider


The Land Cart — 2/5

The new and improved Land Cart!

The Land Cart has finally reopened in EPCOT with some new menu items for the festival. Don’t worry, though – the Mickey Pretzel is still available here, too.

We tried the new stuff, starting with the Roasted Red Pepper Hummus with cucumbers, olives, and multigrain crackers for $5. So this is basically one of those pre-packaged things, but we did like that the cucumbers and olives tasted fresh. The crackers were sesame crackers and offered a nice saltiness when dipped in the hummus. The hummus was also good, but let’s face it – this is still a pre-packaged snack.

Snack box

You can also now grab the Açaí Parfait with Greek yogurt, fresh berries, and granola for $4.75. We’ll warn you right now: the yogurt melted pretty quickly on us, so it was almost like eating soup. However, it’s a nice light option and could even make for a good breakfast.


The Strawberry Fruit Bar is $6 and is a basic pre-packaged strawberry bar. The strawberry flavor was good, but again, this melted SO fast. So if you grab it, eat it quickly. Again, this isn’t anything special, but it is a good healthy-ish option that kids might like.

Strawberry Fruit Bar

Finally, the Florida Smoothie for $6.25 is made with Pineapple, orange, and mango. We loved the fruity flavor of this drink, even though it was VERY sweet. This is one of those drinks you order when the weather is hot and humid, though. It’s very refreshing.


Connections Cafe & Eatery — 4/5

Connections Eatery

Connections Cafe & Eatery is joining the Flower & Garden festivities with some special offerings of its own.

We started with the Hot Honey Chicken Sandwich which is also served with fries. The chicken sandwich is made with Southern fried chicken, hot honey, and pickles on a brioche bun. We don’t think this sandwich is even a little hot, possibly making it a safer choice for people who want to try it without the risk of spice. 

Chicken Sandwich

What the sandwich isn’t lacking, however, is honey, which makes it super sweet. The pickles on the bottom and veggies/slaw on top give this mostly crispy chicken sandwich a nice crunch and freshness. We think this ultimately is one of the better items out of the entire Connections menu. You can grab this dish for $12.49.


Next, we tried the lone returning item, the Orange Bird Liege Waffle for $4.19. Last year we thought it was okay but kind of pointless. This year, our thoughts have slightly improved. It’s a sweet treat with a nice light and fluffy buffer with the waffle. The sprinkles don’t really add to the treat and while there are better Liege waffles, the Orange Bird Liege Waffle still tastes good.


Finally, we picked up the Blood Orange Hibiscus Margarita. This drink isn’t cheap, as it’s priced at $15. With that said, it is a very accessible margarita. If you don’t really like the taste of alcohol or tequila, the Blood Orange Hibiscus Margarita blends well enough together to mask the alcohol taste. It’s still there, but not nearly as noticeable as it is with most margaritas. As for the actual drink taste, it’s light and refreshing, but a bit tart thanks in part to the blood orange. It’s not the best margarita at EPCOT, but it’s tasty and will do the trick.


Overall, our impression of Connections’ festival offerings this year is that the menu is safe. Everything tastes good but stays too safe to enter in an elevated tier. The ability to mobile order, however, does provide Connections a luxury other booths don’t have. 

Canada Popcorn Cart — 4/5

Canada Popcorn Cart

Over at the Canada Popcorn Cart, you’ll find just one festival item. We ordered the Peach Smash made with Canadian Club Whiskey with lemon, peach purée, and ginger. It’s available for $11.50.

Peach Smash

Even though it’s being billed as a peach drink, the first thing we tasted was the ginger! The peach made its way to the forefront eventually once we mixed it all together and the puree was incorporated into the drink. 

We didn’t taste much whiskey here either, which could either be a very good thing or a very bad thing depending on how you look at it. Either way, this was light and refreshing and would make a good alternative to a heavier beer.

United Kingdom Beer Cart — 3/5

Beer Cart

Shh! We’re letting you in on a Festival SECRET! The UK Pavilion Beer Cart (just outside the Rose and Crown restaurant) has a special Flower & Garden Festival drink! 

Don’t walk by this!

 Say “hello” to the Scottish Thistle. This NEW drink is made with Fords Gin with lemon and blackcurrant-cucumber syrup garnished with cucumber, and it’s available for $9.75. This is a BEAUTIFUL-looking beverage, don’t you think? 

Scottish Thistle

In terms of flavor, our drink had a strong cucumber taste. The cocktail was made with a slushy-like consistency, and our drink was cool and refreshing. Be prepared for a cucumber-y drink with bright, cool flavors. We also got a hint of berry, thanks to the blackcurrant syrup.

All in all, this is a fun, bright drink, but you HAVE to enjoy cucumber to really appreciate this cocktail.

Whew! That was a lot to eat and drink! We hope this guide helps YOU decide which booths are worth your time at the festival this year. Keep following AllEars and stay tuned to our YouTube channel for the full video review!

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