Walt Disney World Resort’s newest cafe, Connections Eatery, opened at EPCOT on April 27. The Quick Service restaurant is one of the latest additions to EPCOT during its long overhaul.
Connections Eatery replaced Electric Umbrella, a Quick Service restaurant that served burgers, flatbread pizzas, and other American fares. However, reactions to the newest Disney Park restaurant have been mixed, with one Guest feeling “ripped off” after purchasing an $11 slice of pizza.
In a TikTok, @magicalhijinx asked her husband what he thought of Connections Eatery:
He’s clearly misses the Electric Umbrella ☂ #epcot #disneytiktok #disneytiktoks #disneytok #disneytoks #disneytik #disneytiktokcommunity #disneytipsandtricks #disneytips #disneyplanning #disneyparks #disneyadult #disneymom #disneyfamily #waltdisneyworld #disneyworld
“It’s nice that they got rid of the Electric Umbrella and replaced it with the food court from LaGuardia Airport,” he replies, deadpan. Connections Eatery has a much more modern, minimalist look than the retro Electric Umbrella.
More on Connections Eatery
Take your taste buds on a tour around the world with dishes inspired by Italian, French and Asian cuisines.
A Sensational Meal
At Connections Eatery, we invite you to savor delicious dishes with family, friends and everyone in between––you can even catch a glimpse of the chefs as they work their magic.Highlights include:
French Bistro Burger Caramelized Onion, Bacon, Brie, Mushrooms and Dijon Mayonnaise
General Tso Chicken Salad Petite Kale Blend, Broccoli Slaw, Red Bell Pepper, Mandarin Oranges, Edamame, Crispy Wontons, Warm Fried Chicken and General Tso’s Dressing
Pepperoni Pizza Pepperoni, San Marzano Tomato and Basil Sauce, Mozzarella Blend and Petite Side Salad
Have you tried Connections Eatery in World Celebration at EPCOT? What did you think?
Please note that the story outlined in this article is based on a personal Disney Parks Guest experience. No two Guest experiences are alike, and this article does not necessarily align with Inside the Magic’s personal views on Disney Parks operations.