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Crepes and galettes from Crêpes À Emporter by La Crêperie de Paris, France Pavilion

The Best Snacks at Epcot:

A Foodie’s Guide to Disney World


As avid Disney lovers and passionate foodies, discovering new treats and indulging in our all-time favorites is an essential part of our trips to Disney World. If you find yourself at Epcot and wondering what snacks to try, look no further! Here’s our curated list of the best snacks to try at Epcot.


Crêpes and Galettes

Crêpes À Emporter by La Crêperie de Paris, France Pavilion

$6.95-$11.95

Right outside Remy’s Ratatouille Adventure, treat yourself to a delightful breakfast or snack with a choice between sweet or savory crêpes. Our favorites include the cream of brie cheese galette, red berries crêpe, and the house-made hazelnut & chocolate spread crêpe, and the classic butter and sugar crêpe.


Crepes in the France Pavilion in Epcot

Festival Booth Treats

Epcot’s World Showcase

Exploring Epcot's World Showcase and sampling the culinary delights offered at the festival booths is one of our favorite activities in Epcot. We usually visit during the Festival of the Holidays, where we love to indulge in a variety of holiday treats from around the world. Our must-try favorites include the peanut stew from the Refreshment Outpost, scallops from Canada, the tamal from Mexico, and the cheese fondue from Germany. 



Moonshine Sour

Regal Eagle Smokehouse

$14.00

At the outdoor bar, try my favorite Disney cocktail - the moonshine sour. Crafted with Ole Smoky blackberry moonshine, blood orange, blackberry, and lemon, it’s the perfect balance to compliment the smoky BBQ from Regal Eagle Smokehouse.


Moonshine Sour cocktail from the Regal Eagle Smokehouse in Epcot

School Bread 

Kringla Bakeri Og Kafe, Norway Pavilion

$4.79

This sweet roll, filled with vanilla custard and topped with toasted coconut, can be found in the Norway Pavilion. Despite my usual aversion to coconut, this delicious filled pastry won me over.


School Bread from the Norway Pavilion in Epcot

Guacamole

La Cava del Tequila, Mexico Pavilion

$10

Find this delicious guac at La Cava, a cozy lounge tucked inside the Mexico pavilion. Not listed on the menu, you’ll need to ask for it specifically. Enjoy a generous portion of super fresh and delicious guacamole while sipping on an avocado margarita. 


Sliced Texas Beef Brisket Sandwich

Regal Eagle Smokehouse

$14.29

Our top choice for lunch or dinner in Epcot is the brisket sandwich from Regal Eagle. While all their sides are all fantastic, the mac and cheese is our personal favorite. Don’t forget to sample their wide selection of BBQ - the Blue Ridge Vinegar League and Old Glory Mustard Guild top our list.


Sliced Texas Beef Brisket Sandwich from Regal Eagle Smokehouse in Epcot

Croque Glacé

L'Artisan des Glaces, France Pavilion

$9.50

Create your own ice cream sandwich at L'Artisan des Glaces in the France Pavilion. Begin with a warm brioche bun, choose your ice cream flavor, drizzle chocolate or caramel sauce on top, and have it pressed and warmed for the perfect combination. If you have a sweet tooth, this is the perfect treat for you! 



Ice Cream Martini

L'Artisan des Glaces, France Pavilion

$14.95

Create your own ice cream martini by selecting 2 scoops of ice cream paired with a shot of Grand Marnier, Whipped Cream Vodka or Rum. My favorite combinations are cinnamon caramel apple ice cream with whipped cream vodka and any sorbet with rum.


Ice Cream Martini from the France Pavilion in Epcot

Margaritas

Mexico Pavilion 

$13.50-$19.00

A visit to the World Showcase isn’t complete without trying a margarita from Mexico. Our top picks include the avocado margarita from La Cava del Tequila, the horchata margarita, frozen strawberry, and passion fruit margaritas from Choza de Margarita.



Norwegian Chocolate Kringla

Kringla Bakeri Og Kafe, Norway Pavilion

$6.79

Treat yourself to the Norwegian Chocolate Kringla, available at Kringla Bakeri Og Kafe in the Norway Pavilion. This pretzel-shaped pastry, offered in chocolate and almond, has a delicious texture and a small amount of raisins throughout. Even for those not typically fans of raisins, like myself,  the minimal amount in this treat is manageable, especially since it's generously drizzled with chocolate.


Norwegian Chocolate Kringla from Kringla Bakeri Og Kafe, Norway Pavilion in Epcot

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