Thankfully, in a festival that usually lacks in plant-based menu items there is Earth Eats, which is hosted by Impossible.
When we tried this last year, it was a solid booth food and drink-wise for those who don’t eat meat or seafood.
And the best part? You don’t have to be vegan or vegetarian to enjoy the outstanding options you usually find here.
Who knows if we’ll feel the same this year, but we’ll soon have more thoughts to share about the items in 2022. Stay tuned!
You can usually find the booth between the Imagination! pavilion and Refreshment Port, along the path you take into the World Showcase.
Here’s everything you need to know about the Earth Eats booth, including reviews, photos, and our must-trys.
Important Note: The information below is from the 2021 Festival. The 2022 International Food & Wine Festival runs from July 14 through November 19. Look for updated reviews and information after it kicks off.
Location: Between Imagination! and Refreshment Port (close to Starbucks before you enter the World Showcase)
Nearby booths: Refreshment Port, The Noodle Exchange, Australia
Nearby seating areas: Outdoor seating area next door with a range of tables (some with umbrellas)
Not to miss: Spiced Apple Twinings of London Chai Tea with Whiskey, Impossible Burger Slider
Earth Eats Booth Menu
|Our Rating||Menu Item||Price||Special Diet||Disney Dining Plan Snack?|
|4.3/5||The Impossible Burger Slider with Wasabi Cream and Spicy Slaw on a Sesame Seed Bun||$6.00||PB||N/A|
|4.3/5||Impossible Three-Bean Chili (new)||$5.50||PB, GF||N/A|
|Our Rating||Menu Item||Price||Made with Alcohol?|
|3.5/5||Spiced Apple Twinings of London Chai Tea (new)||$4.50||No|
|3.5/5||Stephen Vincent Pinot Noir, California (new)||$6.00||Yes|
|3.8/5||Spiced Apple Twinings of London Chai Tea with Whiskey (new)||$11.00||Yes|
Photos & Reviews
The Impossible Burger Slider
A plant-based Impossible Burger slider on a sesame seed bun served topped with a wasabi cream and a spicy slaw.
Special Diets: Plant-based
Shannon: Large for a slider. Delicious flavors. Nice spicy kick.
Heather: The only reason this isn’t a 5 is because the bun was a little dry. But otherwise? It’s good and spicy. Like me.
Felicia: This is really good for a plant-based option. Has a nice peppery flavor with an Asian flair. Would happily order it again.
Allyson: This is just as fantastic as last year. It does have a little spice, but so good. And the slaw is super tasty.
Impossible Three-Bean Chili
A plant-based and gluten-friendly chili made from Impossible meat, which is a meatless ground-beef substitute.
Special Diets: Gluten-Free, Vegan
Shannon: Solid flavors but hard to imagine eating in the hot festival weather.
Heather: I’m not a chili fan and I’m not a vegetarian but I really liked this. Not too spicy, and not too thick.
Felicia: This is good and tastes just like normal chili. Couldn’t tell it was plant-based. I wouldn’t want to eat it outside in the heat, though.
Allyson: This is full of great flavor and very good, but not the best option for a hot day.
Spiced Apple Chai Tea
An aromatic black tea from Twinings that is seasoned with cinnamon, cardamom, cloves, and ginger.
Note: this drink is also available with alcohol.
Made with Alcohol?: No
Shannon: Fantastic combo of flavors. Light. Generously sized. Wish more of the Appleseed booth menu items had this apple flavor.
Heather: Hair too sweet for me, but a great option if you like apple.
Felicia: Tastes like iced apple cider with a slight spiced chai flavor. Too sweet for me.
Allyson: This is similar to the one with whiskey, but a little sweeter. Still a good non-alcoholic option. And light and refreshing.
Stephen Vincent Pinot Noir
A full-bodied pinot noir from northern Californian winery Stephen Vincent.
Made with Alcohol?: Yes
Shannon: Super solid Pinot Noir option. Small size though.
Heather: Red wine for the win!
Felicia: Served chilled which makes it tastier in the summer heat. Good for a Pinot Noir.
Allyson: For a Pinot Noir, I thought this wasn’t bad. But still just ok to me.
Spiced Apple Chai Tea with Whiskey
An aromatic black tea from Twinings that is seasoned with cinnamon, cardamom, cloves, and ginger, and a splash of whiskey.
Note: this drink is also available without alcohol.
Made with Alcohol?: Yes
Shannon: Loved the non-alcoholic version of this, and was surprised to love it with whiskey even more.
Heather: The bourbon balances out the sweetness turning a “3” into a “4”.
Felicia: This is sweet but still refreshing. I definitely taste the bourbon and I appreciate that.
Allyson: I’m not a whiskey fan, but I actually liked this. It’s nice and light and refreshing.
Food & Wine Booth map
Check out all the booths from the 2021 Food and Wine Festival on the map below, including our favorite overall booths, favorite items at each booth, and locations for indoor seating.
We will update with the 2022 map in July.
Food & Wine Festival Booth links
Ready to explore more Food & Wine Festival booths? Take a look at the links below for menus and reviews from the 2021 Food & Wine Festival.
Looking for information on 2022? We will have an updated list and complete reviews in July after this year’s festival kicks off.
- Kenya – NEW!
- Lobster Landing – NEW!
- Mac & Eats – NEW!
- The Noodle Exchange – NEW!
- Refreshment Outpost
- Refreshment Port hosted by Boursin® Cheese
- Rotunda Bistro – NEW!
- Shimmering Sips hosted by CORKCICLE®
- The Swanky Saucy Swine – NEW!
- Tangierine Café: Flavors of the Medina – NEW!
Food and Wine Festival data
Want to see all our 2021 reviews in 1 spot?
Clicking on the link below will allow you to copy our data into a Google Sheet that you can then use for your Food & Wine planning purposes.
Read more about the Food & Wine Festival
Be sure to check out the following links to our Epcot Food and Wine Festival posts, where we provide all kinds of information, tips, and much more.
Here’s everything we put together for 2021! Stay tuned for 2022 content once this year’s festival begins.
- 2021 Food & Wine Festival Map (interactive & with all our favorites)
- Complete Guide to the Epcot Food and Wine Festival
- Our favorite Epcot Food & Wine booths
- Best seating areas at Food & Wine (with indoor and outdoor options)
- The best vegetarian options at this year’s Food & Wine Festival
- How we prepared for Epcot Food & Wine 2021
- Best values at Epcot Food and Wine 2021
- Best kid-friendly options at Epcot Food and Wine 2021
- 9 Epcot Food and Wine Tips to Help You Navigate the 2021 Festival
- PODCAST – Our favorite Food & Wine Festival Booths (with daily updates)
- 2022 Epcot Food & Wine Festival Booths & Eat to the Beat Schedule Announced
- 2021 Epcot International Food & Wine Festival Menus Are Here
- 2022 Epcot International Food & Wine Festival Dates Announced
- 2021 Epcot International Festival of the Holidays Menus Are Here
- 2022 Epcot International Festival of the Arts Menus Are Here