Halloween food is finally coming to Walt Disney World! EPCOT, Hollywood Studios, Animal Kingdom, and Disney Springs will all have fall-themed snacks, drinks and desserts through October 31, 2022. In this food guide, we’ll take a sneak peek at the spook season treats.
This comes over a month after fall food season started at Magic Kingdom, which released its all-day food options and exclusives with the start of the 2022 Mickey’s Not So Scary Halloween Party. We won’t rehash those here–see our Food Guide to Halloween at Magic Kingdom for the MNSSHP and all-day options.
As for Disney Springs and the other three parks, several restaurants and snack spots will be open and offering even more Halloween-themed items that are available for purchase. If our experiences in the past–and the stock photos and descriptions Disney has shared–are any indication, some of these are treats, whereas some are tricks…
Let’s start with a look at the food available at EPCOT for Halloween 2022…
Regal Eagle Smokehouse: Craft Drafts & Barbecue
Available at Fife & Drum and Popcorn Carts near Canada, Journey Into Imagination With Figment, Creations Shop, and Mission: SPACE
ABC Commissary (Available October 1 through 31)
Backlot Express (Available October 1 through 31)
Catalina Eddie’s (Available October 1 through 31)
Dockside Diner (Available October 1 through 31)
Hollywood Brown Derby Lounge (Available October 1 through 31)
Hollywood Scoops (Available October 1 through 31)
Candy Corn Milkshake: Candy corn ice cream shake topped with a vanilla cake doughnut, whipped cream, spooky sprinkles, and candy corn
Oasis Canteen (Available October 1 through 31)
PizzeRizzo (Available October 1 through 31)
Rosie’s All-American Cafe (Available October 1 through 31)
Sunshine Day Bar (Available October 1 through 31)
Tune-In Lounge (Available October1 through 31)
The Trolley Car Café (Available October 1 through 31)
Woody’s Lunchbox (Available October 1 through 31)
Available at Various Food Carts Throughout the Park (Available October 1 through 31)
Available at Animation Courtyard, Hollywood Boulevard, and Hyperion Theater Popcorn Carts (Available October 1 through 31)
Available at Mahindi, The Feeding Ground, Corn-Ivores, and Trek Snacks
Dockside Margarita (Available through October 31)
Monster Margarita: Patron Silver Tequila, Grand Marnier, sweet-and-sour, black cherry, green apple, and lime juice
Jock Lindsey’s Hangar Bar (Available through October 31)
Marketplace Snacks (Available through October 31)
Outdoor Vending Throughout Disney Springs (Available through October 31)
Swirls on the Water (Available through October 31)
Vivoli il Gelato (Available through November 1)
Various Carts Throughout Disney Springs
Ultimately, a good number of additions and interesting sounding ones that I’m looking forward to trying. The clear winner just judging by the list is Disney’s Hollywood Studios, which has at least a half-dozen promising options. Animal Kingdom is the biggest loser, whereas EPCOT mostly gets a pass since it’s still Food & Wine season (or is it seasons, plural, at this point?). Disney Springs is fine; the time we spend there is down dramatically, though, so I don’t really care as much.
Once again, my biggest complaint is in the lack of pumpkin, the official flavor of fall. Did Walt Disney World conduct some focus group finding that its guests are among the only Americans who don’t love all things pumpkin? I just don’t get it. So many instances of vanilla, candy corn, or some other artificial flavor/color that could’ve been pumpkin. So many missed opportunities.
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Are you excited to try any of these Halloween 2022 treats at EPCOT, Hollywood Studios, Animal Kingdom or Disney Springs? Anything in particular catch your eye? Disappointed by the lack of all things pumpkin? Anything you’d like to see added to the fall menus at Walt Disney World? Any questions we can help you answer? Hearing feedback about your experiences is both interesting to us and helpful to other readers, so please share your thoughts below in the comments!
tom, do you like pumpkin spice things, or actual pumpkin flavor?
This is our first foodie trip for all things Halloween. I love how you break down what is where and for how long.
We don’t get in until October 29th so my question is : Do any of the resorts have special Halloween themed food?
Dole Whip nachos? Give that chef a raise and bring them into the parks!
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