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  • End of October to catch both parties

    13 76.47%
  • Start of December for all the christmassy feel

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Thread: oct-nov, or early december?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Tink, post: 116289
    You EAT!!! LOL!
    OOOOO well I like to do that!

    About 30 or so places to choose from for samples of food, wine and beer (that you pay for of course). Special ticketed events, special merchandise, Eat to the Beat Concert Series, that sort of stuff!
    This is all around the world in EPCOT?
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    Yes. Each country, plus extra booths representing other countries are dotted around the WS.

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    FW is the site of the free wine seminars and some of the main merchandise areas now.

    There are several special ticketed events, ranging from the Party for the Senses to lunches, dinners, desserts with professional (well known to foodies ) chefs.

    There are some additional wine tasting events that you purchase too (whereas some are free).

    Cooking demos with and without tasting of samples (free).

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    Quote Originally Posted by Tink, post: 116289
    You EAT!!! LOL!
    About 30 or so places to choose from for samples of food, wine and beer (that you pay for of course).
    We went around and had a drink and a snack in each country. Fabulous afternoon.
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    There really is quite a variety. Yes, you'll hear me whine on about "how it's just not like it used to be" but so what? It's still great fun, with loads of choices.

    For those of us who go year after year, we'd like to see some increased variety, but again that's a local thing, eh?

    I will say this. Be prepared to spend money. You can easily have a full dinner at one of the full service restaurants in the WS for LESS than you may end up spending at the FWF.

    The escargot in petite brioche are to flipping die for.

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    It really sounds like something we'd like it's very very very tempting indeed
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    If it's tempting then do something about it

    It is really good you will enjoy it, we did not that we ate that much. You have to pick the days you go though, the weekends are really busy and the lines for the food is silly, but then I just sat in the shade whilst Chris lined up












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    We still absolutely love going over Christmas but given the two choices you have given, I would go for oct - nov. I really would like to be there for Halloween and see the shows and parades at that time of year....and to get the Christmas parades and shows too would be perfect.

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    Does anyone know how hard it is to book the halloween party on the 31st oct? Is it crazily difficult or easy enough as long as I book on the day the booking line opens?

    Im guessing it's a sell out that night
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    I think it's one of the first nights to sell out Keith, it's very popular So long as you book on the day they become available you should be OK.












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