The Walt Disney World Swan and Dolphin Food & Wine Classic will return Friday, October 29 and Saturday, October 30 offering an outdoor festival featuring unlimited food tastings from the resort’s culinary team and wine, beer, and other sips from around the world. Overnight packages and event-only tickets are now available at www.FoodandWineClassic.com.
An annual tradition since 2010, the event makes its return to the fall after a one-year hiatus and highly successful debut of the Spring Food & Wine Classic. Set outside among the scenic ambiance of the resort, the event features live music, over 20 food stations, 100 beverage selections, and immersive themed areas, such as the beer garden and the bubble lounge.
Menu highlights will include:
- Hand-crafted smoked pork belly, apple butter-bourbon barbeque, buttered grits, shaved radish, roasted chestnut puree served by Smokin’ D’s BBQ
- Roasted Linz heritage black angus beef tenderloin, mashed potatoes, roasted carrots, hollandaise sauce served by Shula’s Steak House
- Kimonos Roll: ahi tuna, yellowtail, sustainable salmon, wasabi mayonnaise served by Kimonos
Themed areas will include:
- The Beer Garden
- The Bubble Lounge
- The Pig & The Poke
- China Town
Overnight packages for the event start at $580 and event-only ticket options are $165 per person (inclusive of tax and service fees, for more information or to book, visit www.FoodandWineClassic.com. Guests can now reserve accommodations at the resort’s newest tower, the Walt Disney World Swan Reserve, a 14-story hotel offering an upscale, boutique atmosphere as well as 149 suites ideal for families.
The event will employ appropriate safety measures in accordance with Center for Disease Control recommendations and Walt Disney World policies at the time of the event.
With a variety of restaurants and lounges and a distinguished culinary and beverage team, the Walt Disney World Swan and Dolphin continually earns national recognition for their food and beverage program. The resort boasts numerous certified wine sommeliers and 1,400 wine selections.