It is certain that the festivals held year-round at Walt Disney World’s EPCOT are a foodie’s dream come true. With various outdoor kitchens dedicated to unique food and beverage offerings from a variety of cultures, even the pickiest of eaters will surely find something to indulge on.
This year’s International Festival of the Holidays will take place at EPCOT between the dates of November 26 and December 30, 2021.
A complete list of all the holiday kitchens has been announced and provided by Disney. The list along with accompanying events for the Festival of Holidays can be found on the Walt Disney World Website. Below is all of the kitchens slated for the 2021 festival.
A Taste of Holidays for Everyone!
Take a stroll around the world and sample tasty treats from holiday kitchens celebrating the most magical time of the year.
American Holiday Table (American Adventure)
Enjoy a seasonal salute—dig into traditional dishes reminiscent of grandma’s cooking at the American Adventure Pavilion.
Bavaria Holiday Kitchen (Germany)
Willkommen—help yourself to heartwarming holiday dishes and refreshing beverages at the Germany Pavilion.
NEW Chestnuts & Good Cheer Holiday Kitchen (Near Port of Entry)
Join in on the festivities when you visit this new location offering cinnamon-glazed nuts and holiday beverages.
The Donut Box (Near Test Track Presented by Chevrolet)
Enjoy a classic dessert dressed up in a little holiday cheer when you try one of our seasonally-themed donuts!
Holiday Hearth Desserts (Near Port of Entry)
Discover the hearth you’ll call home, with holly jolly desserts, hot cocoa and so much more.
Holiday Sweets & Treats – Near Port of Entry
Rock around the Christmas tree with tasty desserts and festive sips sure to top the “nice” list.
L’Chaim! Holiday Kitchen (Between Morocco and France)
Propose a toast to life—sink your teeth into classic deli noshes with a side of New York flair.
Le Marché de Noël Holiday Kitchen (France)
Feast on très magnifique fare, wine and specialty cocktails from the France Pavilion.
Mele Kalikimaka (Near Port Of Entry)
Savor the flavor of fabulous, festive food and beverages from the islands of Hawa i‘i.
Las Posadas Holiday Kitchen (Mexico)
Feliz Navidad—celebrate with mariachi dancing and south-of-the-border fare at the Mexican Pavilion!
Shi Wasu Holiday Kitchen (Japan)
Please your palate with an array of festive dishes and drinks served at the Japan Pavilion.
Tangierine Café: Flavors of the Medina (Morocco)
Travel to the Morocco Pavilion for delicious kebabs and cocktails.
Tuscany Holiday Kitchen (Italy)
Mangiare—savor a seasonal take on some of the world’s best-loved food and beverages at the Italy Pavilion!
Yukon Holiday Kitchen (Canada)
Jingle your bells with delightful dishes and libations from the Great White North—at the Canada Pavilion.
Funnel Cake (Between American Adventure)
Satisfy your sweet tooth with a holiday classic: Pumpkin Pie Funnel Cake.
Joffrey’s Coffee & Tea Company (Throughout EPCOT)
Salute the season with the usual selection of coffees, plus a tasty holiday-themed treat!
Refreshment Outpost (Between China and Germany)
Chow down on this year’s holiday surprise: Coconut-Pineapple Cake with DOLE Whip. (Sorry, guess it’s not a surprise now.)
Refreshment Port (Showcase Plaza)
Savor the flavor of holiday poutine and toast the season with specials like Coquito Soft-serve, also available with Spiced Rum.
Other events happening during this jolly festival include the return of the beloved Candlelight Processional, Olaf’s Holiday Tradition Expedition Scavenger Hunt, and many magical holiday decorations throughout the park.
Please remember that your ticket for EPCOT gets you into the Park to enjoy the festival, it does not get you an all-you-can-eat day in the Park, as the cost of food is not included in your them park ticket. The food and beverage choices can be purchased separately at each kitchen.
Valid theme park admission (in the form of a ticket or an Annual Pass) as well as a valid theme park reservation for the same day are required to enter EPCOT.
Are you ready for the EPCOT International Festival of the Holidays? What kitchen do you think will be your favorite? Let us know in the comments!