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Old 01-06-2010, 10:01 AM   #1
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What are the best snacks and adult drinks in Epcot?

This one should generate buzz. I've tried the frozen drinks in France, Ice Wine, Italian Bellini, and Cider in UK.
For snacks we always get Kaki Gori, and pastries in France. We've done Funnel cakes in America.
What else should I try? I want to try different things this time.
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I am a HUGE fan of the Italian Margarita! (thanks Sha--all your fault)
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What else should I try? I want to try different things this time.
One idea I had on our last trip - which we'll hopefully actually DO on our next trip - is "The Eat-your-way-around-the-World Tour". Basically, the idea is not to plan on lunch, and have a somewhat light breakfast. You spend a slow, relaxed day touring the World Showcase ... and picking a snack at every Pavilion along the way around (whichever direction you prefer). For bonus points, schedule a dinner ADR somewhere on the Showcase, hopefully timed just right to give you really good seats for Illuminations.

It struck me, y'see, as a good way to sample EVERY type and style of cuisine available there, without ruining a lunch or dinner.
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My favourite snack is a Kaki Gori from Japan - the crepes from France are pretty good too. As for drinks, a Grand Marnier Slush from France.
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we also do the eat your way around the world tour. It's fun. I like the waffles in Norway, fish and chips in UK, and any pastry in france willdo!!!
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Grand Marnier Slush in France. Best snack: chips from the takeout window in England
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I have to agree, the chips from England are yum-o! My favorite drink (which isn't exactly an "adult" drink, since I don't drink alcohol) is the frozen lemonade in American pavillion. It's so refreshing on a hot day!
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Another vote for the Grand Marnier Orange Slush!
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I really liked the Grey Goose Citron slush in France. Or the mango green tea slush in China. I haven't had a snack I didn't like around WS.. But my go to snack is the spiced almonds or pecans.
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My favorite snack combo is churros and Mexican beer!
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I'm a fan of frozen margaritas from Mexico!!!
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We became fans of the Grey Goose slush in Nov. A bit spendy, but worth every cent.
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I'm a fan of frozen margaritas from Mexico!!!
As for snacks...I don't know that I have a favorite I may need to try everything and decide, lol
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I really like the Grey Goose Slush in France, but I would have to say my absolute favorite is the Avocado Margarita that they serve in Las Cavas de Tequila in the Mexico Pavilion. It's called the Aguacate on the menu. They also have the absolute best guacamole I've ever tasted, and these weird wagon-wheel-looking "funyuns" to dip with. They look strange, but they're delish!
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This is a big one!!
Nachos and a churro in Mexico (and a fiesta margarita!)
pot stickers in China
pretzel and beer in Germany
gran marnier (sp?) slush in France (and a crepe, too!)
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