2014 Food and Wine Festival Week – Part 5 Tips

Food and Wine Festival Week concludes with tips to maximize the guest’s enjoyment while at the festival.  If you have been reading, this week, you’ve read that this is quite an expansive festival with all the of booths, special events, and concerts.  It is a very popular, if not EPCOT’s most popular, event during the year.  How can the guest best enjoy the festival and spend all of their time waiting in line, not having food spills, and keeping the kids happy?


If a guest is able to attend this event during the middle of the week as opposed to the weekend, this is a great time to go to the festival.  During the middle of the week, crowds, at the event, will be lower because attendees will be mainly resort guests.  Starting Friday night and during the weekend, more or more Orlando locals come to EPCOT for day or evening trips solely for the Food and Wine Festivals.  They add to the wait time at the booths and take up spots at the special events.  Longer lines mean the ability to sample more booths would be reduced since guests will be spending more time in line and less time eating.  The time it will take to eat the food will remain the same whether or not a guest has waited five minutes or fifteen minutes to get that food.

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