Making its return this year is the Mac & Eats Global Marketplace! The booth is one of a handful that had a planned delayed opening and it opened earlier today. Mac & Eats is located near Creations Shop. Here’s our Mac & Eats booth review from the 2022 EPCOT Food and Wine Festival.
Mac & Eats Booth Review
Traditional Macaroni & Cheese – $5.00
With herbed panko (Emile’s Fromage Montage)
Not much to get excited about here. We were served a rather sad portion in comparison to our other two dishes. There’s nothing wrong here, but if you’re going to stop at Mac & Eats, we’d recommend steering clear of this dish and getting something worth the trek out to EPCOT in “feels like” temperatures of 100+ degrees.
Cowboy Macaroni & Cheese – $6.25
With smoked pork belly, brisket burnt ends, pickled peppers, onion straws, and barbecue aïoli (Emile’s Fromage Montage)
A rather delicious smoked pork belly lasts through the end of the dish if you’re lucky. The burnt ends, pickled peppers, and barbecue aioli really make this something worth stopping for. We really can’t find anything to fault here – even the price seems reasonable for the portion we received. 5 stars!
Chili-Cheese Macaroni & Cheese (NEW 2022) – $5.50
With sour cream and cheddar cheese (New) (Plant-based) (Emile’s Fromage Montage)
Another good dish here! Like any meat alternative, the real test is in how convincingly you can fool meat-eaters. As it turns out, this is a wonderful
- 81Bay Brewing Co. Lemon Hazy IPA – $5/9 (6/12oz)
- Catena White Clay Sémillon-Chenin (New) – $8.00
- Evolution by Sokol Blosser Pinot Noir (New) – $6.00
Mac & Eats makes its return with a solid lineup of a relatively simple food. We didn’t dislike anything, but would highly encourage you to go for one of the two dishes with extras.