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New Holiday Marketplace Booths Coming to Epcot’s Holidays Around the World

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31 October 2016 No Comment

Sauerbraten-Holidays-Around-the-World-16The holiday season at Epcot just got a lot more delicious thanks to the addition of new Marketplace Booths as part of the Holidays Around the World.

The new booths will be located in World Showcase as part of the Holidays Around the World celebration.

Guests who visit Epcot during the holiday season have enjoyed special holiday-themed eats and drinks over the years but these new booths are taking it to a new level.

Prost! in the Germany pavilion – where you’ll find a cheese plate and the Caramel Kiss – will also be serving a new dish, Sauerbraten with Red Cabbage and Spätzle.

The American Holiday Table will be located in the American Adventure pavilion and guests will find Roasted Turkey with Stuffing and Mashed Potatoes or Pork Tenderloin served with Green Bean Casserole, Roasted Sweet Potato Wedges, and a Champagne Demi-Glace.

This booth will also serve some seasonal drinks including Firenog (Egg Nog with Fireball Whiskey) and Shipyard Eggnog White Porter Aged on Bourbon.

The new Alpine Haus will be located between Morocco and France and will feature Swiss-inspired dishes including Duck Confit, Dumplings, and Roasted Brussels Sprouts with a Fig Reduction and a Cheese Fondue in a Bread Bowl.

The Seasonal Southern Delights booth will be located near World Showcase Plaza and will feature Frozen S’mores, Hoppin’ John, Blackened Catfish with White Cheddar Grits and Okra, Tomato and Onion Stew, and a Chocolate Pecan Tart for dessert.

The final booth is the Feast of the Three Kings where guests can dine on a Shredded Beef Tamale with Avocado Crema or Roasted Pork with Mashed Yucca and Pickled Green Bananas. A traditional Three Kings Bread will also be on the menu.

Holidays Around the World begins November 25 in Epcot.

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