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New ‘Tapaz’ Waterfront Restaurant May Be Coming to Epcot’s Morocco

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Tapaz will be a new waterfront restaurant complex coming to Epcot’s Morocco.

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Starbucks’ First Walt Disney World Locations Announced

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Disney has announced the first Starbucks locations to open in Walt Disney World.

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Dining in Germany at Epcot

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Biergarten Restaurant is in the heart of the Bavarian Village in the Germany Pavilion at Epcot. Here you can celebrate Oktoberfest all year long for this authentic Epcot dining experience!

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Captain's Grille

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The Captain’s Grille in Disney World’s Yacht Club Resort is understated. It can be best characterized as a “family restaurant,” and offers a good spot to grab breakfast, lunch, or dinner when you need to get away from the crowds of Epcot. The menu offers both seafood and items that will be enjoyed by any land lubber. This is a pretty “safe” restaurant for everyone.

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Via Napoli

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Via Napoli, one of Epcot’s newest restaurants, offers authentic Neapolitan wood-fired pizzas, pasta, and meat dishes that are sure to make any Italian food fiend happy. The soaring ceilings, rustic frescoes, and massive wood ovens — named Vesuvio, Etna, and Stromboli after three active volcanoes in Italy — found in the restaurant offer a casual dining experience for Epcot guests.

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Tutto Italia

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Mangia! Tutto Italia offers authentic Italian cuisine in a richly decorated dining room in the middle of Epcot’s Italy pavilion. Sample your favorite pasta dish, or branch out with a delicious grilled or vegetable dish.

Tutto Italia is one of Epcot’s pricier restaurants, but it does have some of the best Italian food in Walt Disney World. Whether that’s worth the trade-off is up to you!

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Tokyo Dining

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Tokyo Dining is highly recommend for those of you who enjoy fresh sushi and sashimi at reasonable prices. This restaurant has a gorgeous view of Illuminations, as well, so try to make your reservation for around 8:00pm and savor your dessert with a show!

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San Angel Inn

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Located in the beautiful Epcot Mexico Pyramid, San Angel Inn offers an authentic Mexican riverside dinner in the midst of a vibrant Mexican village!

While the food here has been inconsistent, it seems to be getting better and better in recent years. I recommend the experience for atmosphere alone, but most likely you’ll enjoy your meal as well! I will warn you, though, those margaritas are strong!

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Restaurant Marrakesh

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Marrakesh is one of Disney World’s most ethnic and interesting restaurants, and it has taken great pains to make authentic Moroccan food appealing to guests with any palate. The delicious food and wonderful entertainment, coupled with great service and beautiful surroundings make this a restaurant we can highly recommend.

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La Hacienda de San Angel

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This indoor-outdoor restaurant is the perfect place to end your day! A large terrace accompanied by indoor, air conditioned dining space gives guests the opportunity for an excellent view of Illuminations or a relaxed, cool atmosphere inside.

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