Since the "soft opening" of this year's Epcot Food and Wine Festival began on Thursday I've been reading reports from those who were present at the event. As the Festival moves into full swing and the official celebration of Epcot's 30th birthday draws closer my jealousy toward those in Walt Disney World this weekend grows larger. Nonetheless, these two events are worthy of celebration and today's post tries to tie together the topics of Epcot's early years and history of great dining options.
Today, we feature a brief article from the Spring 1985 issue of Disney News
magazine, titled "Serendipity," which highlights a few of Disney's featured dining destinations from the early days of EPCOT Center (starting with the almost brand new Morocco pavilion).
[NOTE: Click or double-click on the images below to enlarge them]
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