Epcot's Food & Wine Fest

Epcot's Food & Wine Fest

by Russell

Ok Dad I read your page on Epcot's Food & Wine Fest. I still have questions, sorry.

Am I to understand that after I pay to get in the park I also have to pay to sample each item at every booth? So if there are 25 booths and an item is 3 dollars each (for arguments sake) that's another $75. Do I have this correct? Can your break it down to me like a 2 year old how this all works?

Dad's 2 year old Answer


This is how a true, full blown capitalist society functions. It's a dog eat dog world and Disney is the biggest dog on the block (and it's takes a lot of money to feed that dog). Welcome to Uncle Roy's Disney World. (Walt was the dreamer, Roy was the money man.)

Sorry, maybe that was too much 2 year old.

Yes, as you say Epcot's Food & Wine Fest is a pricey event. The minimum you will pay for food or wine is $3.00 and it could get up to $8.00. Last year there were 27 venues. The only thing is you probably won't get something from every venue. (Me, I'd only hit three or four.)

Then again, you can buy all kinds of stuff (utensils, wines and interesting things). Those range from a couple of dollars to thousands of dollars.

Dad's Epcot's Food & Wine Fest page

Dad's Two Year Old Bottom Line

Russell, Epcot's Food & Wine Fest is fun. The music is great. You can spend a bazillion dollars or you can spend nothing. You can look or you can buy. Eat to your hearts content or just go and sniff.

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Jan 25, 2011
by: Russell

Im sure it is fun and I look forward to attending this year but I just have to prepared to spend this kind of money thats all. I may have to spread it out over a few weekends.

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