Spring is in the air and The Epcot International Flower and Garden Festival is back again in 2021! The Flower and Garden Festival is definitely one of our favorite events in Walt Disney World and that’s why I’ve put together this information guide about it so you and your family can be prepared and have the best time possible!
The 2021 Taste of EPCOT International Flower and Garden Festival will be much different than any year before, but it still is a must-see event and maybe the best festival all year long.
One thing is for sure, this is EPCOT at its most beautiful. At no other time of the year will you see so many gorgeous gardens, plants, flowers and of course, the famous topiaries.
In this post we have an in-depth guide to all the information you will need for your visit to the Flower and Garden Festival in Epcot in 2021 including Dates, Menus, Reviews of the Food, Topiaries, Activities, Tips and more.
This will update you on all the food, drinks, and events happening this year, and everything that’s new, so make sure to read everything about the Flower and Garden Festival in our guide below.
Also before we get started, we have two other resources you will find useful when planning your visit:
- Flower and Garden Topiary Guide – Take a tour with us around Epcot to see Every Disney Topiary in the park.
- 21 Best Epcot Flower and Garden Snacks – Our personal favorite food and drink items, both savory and sweet!
- Disney World Reopening Guide – A complete look at Walt Disney World since reopening including new safety guidelines and everything to know.
- EPCOT Reopening Guide – What’s changed since reopening EPCOT and what’s open in 2021.
Also, don’t forget to sign up for our FREE Weekly E-Mail Newsletter. There we bring you the latest updates on the Epcot Flower and Garden Festival, as well as more Disney Vacation Planning Tips. You can sign up here: Join our E-Mail Newsletter
Most of all, have fun and hope to see you around Epcot! 😉
2021 Epcot Flower and Garden Festival Dates
The Epcot Flower and Garden Festival is now celebrating its 27th year and will take place for a total of 125 days from March 3 to July 5, 2021, in Walt Disney World. Every year it has slowly been getting longer and longer and 2021 is the longest Flower and Garden festival ever at 125 days!
The outdoor kitchens you’re used to are back, and of course, the famous Disney themed topiaries which are the highlight of the event for me (besides the food of course!)
The Garden Rocks Concert Series is usually a staple of the Flower and Garden Festival, but this year live music will include The Voices of Liberty, the Jammin’ Gardeners, and Mariachi Cobre at the America Gardens Theater.
What is the Epcot Flower and Garden Festival?
If you’ve never been to the Epcot Flower and Garden Festival in Disney World, then you are in for a great time! If you’ve been to Epcot before then you’ll notice there is almost always a festival going on all year round, and it always involves great food and drinks!
The 4 Annual EPCOT Festivals are:
- Festival of the Arts
- Flower and Garden Festival
- Food and Wine Festival
- Festival of the Holidays
2021 is the 28th annual Epcot Flower and Garden Festival, which is a celebration to gardening, flowers and the magnificent topiaries around the park.
You can walk around EPCOT in both World Showcase and Future World and look at dozens of flower beds, gardens and topiaries in the shape of your favorite Disney characters. This is the biggest highlight, and there is no time of year when Epcot is more beautiful than during Flower and Garden.
Really, if you haven’t seen Epcot during this time of the year, you are missing out. It’s one of the reasons we consider March one of the best times to visit Disney World.
Oh yeah, and there is amazing food too! There are food marketplaces set up all throughout World Showcase and Future World, each with a different theme and representing a different type of cuisine.
Taste some amazing flavors at these outdoor kitchens that use natural ingredients, sometimes even grown right in the park.
How the Epcot Flower and Garden Festival Works
During the Flower and Garden Festival, there are dozens of events, tours, and activities to take part in. You can roam around Epcot and go see whichever ones look the most interesting to you. Make sure to research ahead of time which ones sound the most interesting to you and put them at the top of your list to do.
For the food, each outdoor kitchen at Flower and Garden has a different menu and is focused on small plates, not big meals. It’s best enjoyed casually, strolling from one booth to the next while trying different items and taking your time as you take it all in.
Most have the theme of a certain type of cuisine like Italian, French or Mexican, a certain flavor like citrus, pineapple or smokehouse. In each kiosk, there is food and beverages unique to that theme or area. So for example, if you go to the Florida marketplace booth there’s a good chance you’ll find something key lime, orange or similar.
How Much Does the Epcot Flower and Garden Festival Cost?
You do not need a separate ticket for the Epcot Flower and Garden Festival, it isn’t a hard-ticketed event. You only need to have a valid Epcot park ticket for that day and you will then be able to experience the festival as much as you want to.
Before You Go
While the Disney Flower and Garden Festival is pretty straightforward, there are some things you should plan before going to get the most out of your time there. What’s most important is to book in advance any of the tours or events you want to attend, as many end up selling out.
You definitely should book the 2 unique tours in advance, The EPCOT: Gardens of the World Tour and the Royal Tea Garden Tour, as they tend to sell out.
It’s also a good idea to look at the food you want to eat ahead of time. There are a lot of different unique options so study the menus and write down which outdoor kitchens have snacks you are interested in trying and head there.
Finding Your Way Around the Festival
There are a few things that can help you navigate your way around Flower and Garden that you should definitely pick up on your way into the park:
Festival Passport – Just like with every Epcot Festival, the Flower and Garden Festival has its own passport book you can pick up for free. This will be your main guide during your time there and contains all the most important information including lists of the Outdoor Kitchen Menus, Topiaries, Gardens and the Concert Lineups.
Epcot Park Map – The standard Epcot map that contains all the attractions, shops and restaurants around World Showcase and Future World. This will be useful when fitting the other Epcot attractions into your schedule. Plus they always make a special version of it for the Flower and Garden Festival.
Hours Guide – This includes information for all the Epcot entertainment, including some Flower and Garden events. Make sure you have the right times so you don’t miss them.
What is New at Flower and Garden in 2021?
The great year about the Epcot Flower and Garden Festival is that every year it changes. Since 2021 is only a “Taste of Flower and Garden,” there aren’t quite as many new things to discover but mostly old favorites from recent years.
One addition that is new in 2021 is the Prehistoric Garden at Future World West. It’s themed to how life on Earth was 65 million years ago with astounding plant life that’s thrived since the age of the dinosaurs.
Other things you need to check out are the additions from last year. A new Remy topiary made its debut, and is the centerpiece of the new Ratatouille Garden at the France pavilion.
This is fitting since he is the star of the upcoming new attractions in the France pavilion: Remy’s Ratatouille Adventure. The Remy topiary will for sure build excitement for the new ride which is set to open later this year.
This delicious new garden is planted with veggies used in a ratatouille recipe. This sounds like so much fun, we can’t wait to see it! We love Remy, and hope it lives up to the hype.
There is also a Dragon topiary in the Japan pavilion equally as beautiful. Go ahead and get a photo with him!
There are also new Outdoor Kitchens like Festival Favorites and Cider House with new food and drink items which we will be sharing with you soon.
Topiaries and Gardens
The Flower and Garden Festival is known for its themed topiaries, and that again is the focus in 2021! These are gorgeous, life-sized plants, shaped to resemble your favorite Disney characters. If you haven’t seen these before, they will surely be one of the highlights of the festival.
This year there aren’t any new ones, but most of your favorite Disney characters will be back with their own topiaries. Some of the characters include Mickey and Minnie Mouse, Goofy, Pluto, Belle and the Beast, Donald, Daisy, Miss Piggy and Kermit the Frog, Anna and Elsa and more.
Here is a list of the topiaries at the 2021 Epcot Flower and Garden Festival and their locations:
- Anna and Elsa from Frozen – (Norway Pavilion)
- Bambi, Thumper and Flower – (Canada Pavilion)
- Beauty and the Beast – (France Pavilion)
- Bo Peep and Her Sheep with Woody – (Future World East Pavilion)
- Buzz Lightyear – (Mission: SPACE Pavilion)
- Captain Hook and Peter Pan – (United Kingdom Pavilion)
- Donald and Daisy with Huey, Dewey and Louie – (Showcase Plaza Pavilion)
- Dragon – (Japan Pavilion)
- Fantasia – Sorcerer Mickey, Brooms, Ostriches and Hippo – (Imagination! Pavilion)
- Lady and the Tramp – (Italy Pavilion)
- Mickey Mouse, Minnie Mouse, Goofy, Pluto and Chip ‘n’ Dale – (Between World Showcase and Future World)
- Miss Piggy and Kermit the Frog – (Between United Kingdom and Canada Pavilions)
- Pandas – (China Pavilion)
- Pluto and Goofy – (World Showcase Plaza)
- Remy – (France Pavilion)
- Simba and Friends – (Refreshment Outpost)
- Snow White and Dopey – (Germany Pavilion)
- Tinker Bell and Fairy Houses – (United Kingdom Pavilion)
- The Three Caballeros – (Mexico Pavilion)
- Topiary Butterflies – (Future World West)
- Topiary Flowers – (Epcot Main Entrance)
- Winnie-the-Pooh & Friends – (United Kingdom Pavilion)
Make sure to see our guide of Every Disney Character Topiary at Flower and Garden.
Which one is your favorite??
Besides the topiaries, this festival has some amazing gardens you can walk through and sometimes learn and interact in. There are thousands of gorgeous budding flowers and plants of every color possible that make them up and bring Epcot to life as you’ve never seen. It really is stunning.
Here are the gardens for 2021:
Future World –
- Bold Bromeliads (Future World West by the Land)
- Festival Blooms (Future World) – Admire thousands of flowers that form colorful, living panoramas overlooking Future World’s East and West lakes.
- Floating Gardens (Future World) – Peer upon more than 100 petite plots drifting on the ponds that border the walkway between Future World and the World Showcase.
- Goodness Garden Butterfly House (Future World West) – Come see the amazing variety of butterflies and see as they make their transition from caterpillar to full-grown butterfly.
- Health Full Trail Presented by AdventHealth (Imagination Walkway) – Delight in a whimsical area made to inspire youthful energy and creativity! The whole family can learn ways to stay healthy at this Outdoor Kitchen and garden along the Imagination Walkway.
- The Honey Bee-Stro (Imagination! Pavilion) – This immersive garden teaches all about the importance of honeybees. Make sure to stop by the kiosk right next door to try some of the yummy, honey-flavored treats.
- Outdoor Escapes Presented by OFF!® Repellents (Future World East) – Unwind in refreshing spaces that show just how easy it is to create an outdoor escape that brings family and friends together—no design expertise, huge budget or green thumb required! Note: closes at dusk.
- Prehistoric Garden (NEW!) (Future World West) – Imagine life on Earth 65 million years ago with astounding plant life that’s thrived since the age of the dinosaurs.
World Showcase –
- Alpine Miniature Garden (Germany Pavilion) – Appreciate the little things in this showcase of diminutive dwellings nestled in a forest of fine shrubs.
- Bamboo Garden (China Pavilion) – Learn about all about bamboo, its colors, sizes, patterns, and uses.
- Bonsai Collection (Japan Pavilion) – Come see the ancient art of bonsai and see how the masters create these miniature works of art.
- Chinese Zodiac Natural Sculptures (China Pavilion)
- Extraordinary Orchids (Mexico Pavilion) – Set eyes on these spectacular plants blooming in radiant color.
- Garden Italiano (Italy Pavilion) – Come see where they grow all the fresh ingredients needed to make your favorite Italian dishes.
- Growing the Future presented by Murata Electronics (Germany Pavilion) – Beginning in April, join our friends from Science from Scientists® in a fun and fascinating experience that explores how cutting-edge technology from Murata, paired with agricultural science, can transform the way we seed the future.
- Kokedama Garden (Japan Pavilion) – This garden is filled with bonsai creations and ancient Japanese art.
- Shakespeare Garden (U.K. Pavilion) – Tells of how William Shakespeare used flowers and exotic gardens to tell the stories in his plays.
- Tropical Rainforest Garden (Mexico Pavilion) – Learn about the plants and animals of the rainforest and how they adapt to the variety of environmental conditions there.
- Urban Spice Garden (Morocco Pavilion) – Discover how Eastern cultures flourished, trading signature spices and herb blends, once considered more valuable than gold.
Outdoor Kitchen Menus & Food
Of course, it’s not only about flowers, topiaries, and gardens here. A big highlight of any Epcot festival is the food and drink, and the Flower and Garden Festival is no different. We were pretty satisfied with the amount of real, quality food and drink offerings last year and 2021 might even top it.
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- Kitchens located in World Showcase, Epcot (Taste Track in Future World)
- Outdoor Kitchens open daily from 11:00 AM to 9:00 PM
- Alcohol will only be served to Guests 21 and older
- Outdoor Kitchens subject to closure at any time
- Food and beverage samples are available while supplies last
- All menu items are subject to change without notice
The Epcot Flower and Garden Festival 2021 will have 21 main food kiosks, plus 2 other year-round kiosks offering special items during the Festival. That means there are a total of 23 Outdoor Kitchens offering food and drink specifically for the 2021 Flower and Garden Festival.
Take a look at the 2021 Flower and Garden Menus below which will give you a good idea of what to expect this year. And for the tastiest food and drink items, check out our 21 Best Epcot Flower and Garden Snacks, just don’t look at it when hungry!
(The menus below are items from last year’s festival until the new menus are posted. Most items will be very similar.)
Bauernmarkt: Farmer’s Market
- Potato Pancakes with House-made Apple Sauce (Gluten/wheat friendly; Plant-based; Garden Graze) – $4.50
- Potato Pancake with Caramelized Ham, Onions and Herb Sour Cream (Gluten/wheat friendly) – $4.75
- Toasted Pretzel Bread topped with Black Forest Ham and Melted Gruyère Cheese – $5.50
- Warm Cheese Strudel with Mixed Berries – $4.50
- M.I.A. Brewing Hugo, Doral, FL – $4.50 (6oz) | $8.50 (12oz)
- Bitburger Premium Pils, Rhineland-Palatinate, Germany – $4.50 (6oz) | $8.50 (12oz)
- Stiegl Brewery Radler Zitrone, Salzburg, Austria – $4.50 (6oz) | $8.50 (12oz)
- Apfelschaumwein: Sparkling Wine and Apple Liqueur – $10.00
- Beer Flight – $9.50
Behold buzz-worthy ciders and artisanal provisions that are sure to hit the spot.
- House-made Potato and Cheddar Biscuit with Salmon Tartare – $5.50
- Dark Chocolate Raspberry Tart with Whipped Cream – $4.25
- 3 Daughters Brewing Pink Lemonade Hard Cider, St. Petersburg, Fla. (New) – $4.50 (6oz) | $8.50 (12oz)
- Bold Rock Watermelon Hard Cider, Nellysford, Va. (New) – $4.50 (6oz) | $8.50 (12oz)
- Blake’s Hard Cider Co. Triple Jam Hard Cider, Armada, Mich. (New) – $4.50 (6oz) | $8.50 (12oz)
- Samuel Smith Old Brewery Pure Brewed Organic Lager, Tadcaster, UK – $4.50 (6oz) | $8.50 (12oz)
- Snakebite: Blake’s Hard Cider Co. Triple Jam Hard Cider and Samuel Smith Old Brewery. Pure Brewed Organic Lager – $8.50
- Cider Flight – $9.50
The Citrus Blossom
Treat your taste buds to the subtleties of lemon, orange and lime—turning delicious dishes even more delish!
- Meyer Lemon-poached Lobster Salad with Grapefruit-Rosé Vinaigrette, Yuzu-marinated Hearts of Palm, and Avocado-Yuzu Panna Cotta (Gluten/wheat friendly) (New) – $8.25
- Citrus-braised Crispy Pork Belly with Kumquat and Carrot (New) – $6.00
- Citrus Shortcake: Orange Chiffon Cake, Lemon Curd, Mandarins, Whipped Cream and Citrus Crumble – $4.50
- Orange-Lemon Smoothie in a Souvenir Orange Bird Sipper Cup (Non-alcoholic) – $15.00
- Islamorada Beer Company Coconut Key Lime Ale, Fort Pierce, FL – $4.50
- First Magnitude Brewing Lemon Hefeweizen, Gainesville, FL – $4.50
- Playalinda Brewing Company Hibiscus Lime Ale, Titusville, FL (New) – $4.50 (6oz) | $8.50 (12oz)
- Beer Flight – $9.50
- Orange Sunshine Wine Slushy – $6.75
Farmers Feast – (NEW)
- Spring Onion Soup with Crispy Shallots and Micro Chive (New) – $4.75
- Duck Confit with Carrot Purée, Roasted Root Vegetables, Rainbow Chard, and Duck Jus (Gluten/wheat friendly) – $7.25
- Off the “Beet”en Path: Profiteroles with Red Beet Mousse, Golden Beet Pastry Cream, Whipped Goat Cheese Cream, and Candied Walnuts (New) – $5.50
- 81Bay Brewing Co. Watermelon Mint Wheat Ale, Tampa, Fla. (new) – $4.50 (6oz) | $8.50 (12oz)
- Hibiscus Lemonade Cocktail featuring Islamorada Brewery & Distillery Hibiscus Gin (new) – $11.00
- Blood Orange Beet Cocktail served with Palm Ridge Reserve Rye Whiskey – $13.00
This is a marketplace that will feature some of the favorite items from Flower and Garden festivals of year’s past. Disney has done this with all the other EPCOT festivals during the reopening phase and it makes sense with a limited number of outdoor kitchens this year.
- Watermelon Salad with Pickled Onions, Feta, and Balsamic Reduction (Gluten/wheat friendly) – $4.25
- Beef Brisket Burnt Ends and Smoked Pork Belly Slider with Garlic Sausage, Chorizo, Cheddar Fondue, and House-made Pickle – $7.50
- Fried Green Tomatoes with Blue Crab-Fennel Salad, Remoulade, and Smoked Paprika Oil – $6.25
- Key Lime Tart with Toasted Meringue – $4.75
- Frozen Lemonade (non-alcoholic) – $3.50
- 3 Daughters Brewing Maple Bacon Stout, St. Petersburg, Fla – 6 oz $4.50 / 12 oz $8.50
- Frozen Lemonade with Firefly Blackberry Moonshine – $11.75
Flavor Full Kitchen Hosted by AdventHealth
Discover the many flavors of healthy cuisine in this delightful eatery, featuring vegetables straight from the garden!
- Grilled Baby Vegetables with Hummus Cream and Red Pepper Coulis (Gluten/wheat friendly; Plant-based; Garden Graze) – $4.75
- Seared Verlasso® Salmon with Farro Risotto and Micro-herbs – $6.25
- Strawberry Mousse with Chocolate Crisp Pearls – $4.75
- Blood Orange Agua Fresca (Non-alcoholic) – $4.25
- Cookie Butter Worms and Dirt (Non-alcoholic) – $4.50
Fleur de Lys
Indulge in haute cuisine and boissons that’ll make you fall in ooo-la-la-love with this palate-pleasing Parisian pop-up!
- Tarte aux Oignons Caramelises et Chévre: Goat Cheese Tart with Caramelized Onions on a flaky Pastry Crust – $5.50
- Canard Confit à l’Orange aux Gnocchi à la Parisienne: Braised Duck Confit à l’Orange with Parisian Gnocchi (new) – $6.50
- Macaron au Chocolate en Sucette: Large Chocolate Macaron Lollipop – $5.95
- Beignet Caramélisé, Fourré Crème Vanille, Glacé au Caramel Fleur de Sel: Caramelized Beignet filled with Vanilla Cream and Glazed with Caramel Fleur de Sel (new) – $5.25
- Kronenbourg Blanc 1664 Draft Beer – $5.00 (6oz) | $9.00 (12oz)
- VeRy Raspberry: Rosé Wine with Natural Raspberry Flavor – $5.75
- Chardonnay, Le Vieux Manoir (new) – $5.00
- Bordeaux, Cabernet Sauvignon, Merlot and Malbec Blend, Château Lorient (new) – $6.75
- La Vie en Rose Frozen Slushy: Vodka, Grey Goose l’Orange Vodka, St. Germain Liqueur, White and Red Cranberry Juice – $12.50
Journey to Japan for innovative plates crafted with culinary Zen—each delish dish is a Festival favorite!
- Frushi: Strawberry, Pineapple and Cantaloupe wrapped in Sweet Rice and Pink Soy Wrap served with Whipped Cream, Drizzled Berry Sauce and Toasted Coconut – $6.00
- Shrimp and Crab with Spicy Mayonnaise and Cucumber Slices finished with Creamy Avocado and Violet Sauce (new) – $6.50
- Soy-glazed Pork Shank with Truffle Mashed Potatoes, Crispy Lotus Flower, Garlic Chips, and Green Onion (new) – $7.00
- Sakura Zen Ale – $5.00 (6oz) | $9.00 (12oz)
- Pineapple Sake – $7.00
- Blood Orange Sour with Fresh Mint (new) – $7.50
The Honey Bee-stro Hosted by National Honey Board
Quell cravings with an incredible menu of all-natural food and drink infused with the nectar of the gods!
- Tupelo Honey and Sweet Corn Spoon Bread with Jalapeños, Bacon, and House-made Whipped Honey Butter (Gluten/wheat-friendly) (new) – $4.75
- Lavender Honey Mustard-marinated Chicken Flatbread with Whipped Honey-Ricotta Cheese, Marinated Vegetables, and Purple Haze Lavender Goat Cheese (new) – $5.75
- Local Wildflower Honey-Mascarpone Cheesecake with Orange Blossom Honey Whipped Cream, Whipped Honey, Crystalized Honey, Honeycomb, Dehydrated Honey, and Fennel Pollen Meringue Kisses – $5.00
- Honey-Peach Freeze in a Souvenir Spike the Bee Sipper Cup (Non-alcoholic) – $15.00
- First Magnitude Brewing Co. Honey Bee Citrus Blonde Ale, Gainesville, FL. (new) – $4.50 (6oz) | $8.50 (12oz)
- Florida Orange Groves Winery Orange Blossom Honey Wine, St. Petersburg, FL – $6.00
- Honey-Peach Freeze with Blueberry Vodka – $12.00
Jardin de Fiestas
Take a food-tastic tour of the Mexico Pavilion… these tantalizing tastes will add some spice to your day!
- Tostada de Cochinita: Braised Pork on a Crispy Corn Tortilla with Black Beans topped with Pickled Onions, Mango-Habanero Relish, and Oregano (Gluten/wheat friendly) – $7.00
- Taco Vampiro: Braised Beef on a Corn Tortilla with Crispy Grilled Monterey Jack Cheese and Salsa Ranchera (Gluten/wheat friendly) – $7.25
- Sope de Chorizo: Plant-based Ground Chorizo on Fried Corn Dough with Black Beans and Avocado Mousse (Gluten/wheat friendly; plant-based) – $6.75
- Passion Fruit Margarita: Corazón de Agave Blanco Tequila, Passion Fruit Purée, Lime Juice, Nixta Corn Liqueur, and a hint of smoke with a Hibiscus Flower Salt Rim – $12.50
- The Garden Margarita: Ojo de Tigre Mezcal, Lettuce Juice, Ancho Reyes Chile Verde Liqueur, Lime Juice, Gracias a Dios Agave Gin, and a Sprig of Thyme – $12.50
- Tulum Mexican Craft Beer with Floater: Artisanal Lager with Citrus notes made with Caribbean Seawater and served with an Elderflower Liqueur Floater – $6.50 (6oz) | $11.75 (12oz)
La Isla Fresca
Nibble on Caribbean-seasoned dishes that’ll send appetites swaying to the island beat!
- Lamb Curry with Sweet Plantains and Rice (gluten/wheat friendly) – $6.25
- Sugar Cane Shrimp Skewer with Steamed Rice and Coconut Lime Sauce – $7.00
- Tropical Mousse Cup: Layers of Passion Fruit Cake, Coconut Mousse and a Tropical Fruit Glaze with Fresh Pineapple – $4.50
- Tropical Freeze (Non-alcoholic) – $4.50
- Golden Road Brewing Tart Mango Cart Wheat Ale, Los Angeles, CA – $4.50 (6oz) | $8.50 (12oz)
- Tropical Freeze with Parrot Bay Mango Rum – $10.00
Sink your teeth into authentic Chinese eats filled with morsels of good fortune!
- Papa Cakes: Potato Cakes filled with Shrimp and Water Chestnuts served with House-made Strawberry Sauce (new) – $7.95
- Bon Bon Chicken Skewer with Sesame and Peanut Sauce – $6.75
- House-made Crab and Cheese Wontons – $6.95
- “Panda” Bubble Tea: Classic Milk Tea with Black and White Boba Pearls (Non-alcoholic) – ($7.50)
- Jasmine Draft Beer – $4.50 (6oz) | $8.50 (12oz)
- Marco Boba: Amaretto, Iced Coffee, Milk, and Boba – $12.50
- Kung Fu Punch: Vodka, Triple Sec, Mango Syrup, Orange Juice and Soda Water – $11.00
- Tang Dynasty: Jose Cuervo Especial Tequila Gold, Light Rum, Strawberry Syrup, Piña Colada Mix, White Boba Pearls, and Soda Water (new) – $13.00
Lotus House – Handcrafted Artisan Cotton Candy
Sink your teeth into authentic Chinese eats filled with morsels of good fortune!
- 2-Layered Sweet Heart – ($7.00)
- 2-Layered Butterfly Dream – ($8.00)
- 3-Layered Sunrise Star – ($10.50)
- 4-Layered Aurora Blossom – ($12.50)
- 5-Layered Spring Fantasy– ($16.00)
Get a nice, cozy feeling with some comfort food inspired by the Gulf region.
- Crawfish Étouffée with Andouille Sausage and Dirty Rice (new) – $7.25
- Cajun-style Roasted Oysters – $7.50
- House-made Boudin Two Ways with Spicy Mustard – $5.50
- Pecan Cake with Maple Whipped Cream – $4.75
- Pecan Praline – $4.25
- Bayou Cocktail: Bayou Spiced Rum, Coconut Rum, Fruit Punch, and Minute Maid Orange Juice (new) – $11.00
- 81Bay Brewing Co. Orange Coriander Wheat Ale, Tampa, Fla. (new) – $4.50 (6oz) | $8.50 (12oz)
- Wicked Weed Brewing Day Light American Light Ale, Asheville, N.C. (new) – $4.50 (6oz) | $8.50 (12oz)
- Parish Brewing Co. Ghost in the Machine Double IPA, Broussard, La – $4.50 (6oz) | $8.50 (12oz)
- Beer Flight – $9.50
Please discriminating palates with fantastic fare from our Great White North neighbor… O Canada!
- Seared Scallops with French Green Beans, Butter Potatoes, Brown Butter Vinaigrette and Apple-wood Smoked Bacon (gluten/wheat friendly) – $7.00
- Beef Tenderloin Tips, Mushroom Bordelaise Sauce, Whipped Potatoes with Garden Vegetables – $6.75
- Griddled Maple Pound Cake with Warm Peach Compote and Sweet Corn Gelato, featuring Burton’s Maple Syrup – $4.75
- Maple Popcorn Shake (Non-alcoholic) – $4.75
- 81Bay Brewing Apricot with Maple Syrup, Tampa, FL – $4.50 (6oz) | $8.50 (12oz)
- Collective Arts Brewing Blackberry Fruit Beer, Hamilton, Ontario -$4.50 (6oz) | $8.50 (12oz)
- Goose Island Beer Company Lost Palate Hazy IPA with Mango and Cinnamon, Chicago, Ill. (new) – $4.50 (6oz) | $8.50 (12oz)
- Beer Flight – $9.50
- Maple Popcorn Shake with Tap 357 Maple Rye Whisky – $13.00
Get your tropical fruit fix from tart ‘n’ tangy to the sweetest frozen treats!
- Spicy Hot Dog with Pineapple Chutney and Plantain Chips – $8.00
- Mixed Berry Buttermilk Cake – $5.00
- DOLE Whip® (Plant-based) – $5.25
- Frozen Desert Violet Lemonade (non-alcoholic) – $4.50
- Pineapple DOLE Whip® with Fanta (Non-alcoholic) – $6.25
- 3 Daughters Brewing Tropical Hefe Wheat Ale, St. Petersburg, FL (new) – $4.50 (6oz) | $8.50 (12oz)
- Wicked Weed Brewing Fresh Pressed Wheat Ale with Mango, Pineapple, and Guava, Asheville, N.C. (new) – $4.50 (6oz) | $8.50 (12oz)
- Lexington Brewing & Distilling Company Alo’hop IPA, Lexington, Ky (new) – $4.50 (6oz) | $8.50 (12oz)
- Playalinda Brewing Company Violet Lemonade Ale, Titusville, FL – $4.50 (6oz) | $8.50 (12oz)
- Florida Orange Groves Winery Sparkling Pineapple Wine, St. Petersburg, FL – $12.00
- DOLE Whip® with Parrot Bay Coconut Rum – $12.00
- Pineapple Beer Flight – $9.50
Mangiare hearty helpings of Old-Country dishes served with a glass of vino… now that’s amore!
- Margherita: Rustic Italian Flatbread, Vine-ripened Tomatoes, Whole-Milk Mozzarella, Parmesan and Basil – $7.00
- Arancini: Sweet Sausage Fried Risotto Balls with Pomodoro Sauce – $12.00
- Traditional Sicilian Cannoli: Crisp Pastry filled with Sweet Ricotta, Chocolate, and Candied Orange – $4.95
- Peroni Pilsner – ($5.50)
- Pinot Grigio, Santa Marina – $10.00
- Chianti, Gabbiano – $10.00
- Prosecco, Villa Sandi – $10.00
- Rosa Regale – $11.00
- Moscato, Fior d’Arancio Montegrande – $11.00
- Italian White Sangria with Prosecco – $11.00
- Italian Red Sangria with Cabernet Sauvignon – $11.00
- Italian Margarita with Limoncello and Tequila – $11.00
- Pineapple Skewer with Tajin Seasoning (gluten/wheat friendly; plant-based; Garden Graze) – $4.75