Party for the Senses Photo Recap Part One | Seastar Restaurant & Raw Bar, K Restaurant, Narcoossee's, T-Rex Cafe, Raglan Road Irish Pub, Disney's Boardwalk Resort

We had the opportunity to attend Scotland: Land of Food and Drink in September thanks to an invitation by Walt Disney World. That took place in a secret (to me) building called World ShowPLACE, crammed in between England and Canada in Epcot. 

Out of nowhere, I was surprised to end up in the building again, this time for the Epcot Food and Wine Festival signature event, Party for the Senses.

This event took up the same space as Scotland, but had twice the food options. Below we have photos of as much of the food options as we could grab. If you can attend this event (tickets are $150 at the low end), we recommend it. All you can eat food, all you can drink beverages, fantastic interior, and a room full of people who love to eat. Fun!

Guinea Hen with Forest Panzanella, Pignoli and Currants
Jeffery Bliss of Narcoossee's at Disney's Grand Floridian Resort & Spa

Caraway Dusted Pork Tenderloin with Butter Spaetzle and Apple-Craisin Chutney
Bob Getchell of T-Rex Cafe in the Downtown Disney Area

Roasted Sea Trout, Toasted Almonds and Champagne Lemon Butter Emulsion
Kevin Dundon of Raglan Road Irish Pub and Restaurant in the Downtown Disney Area

Seared Halibut and Chanterelle Succotash with Caramalized Onions and Bacon Relish
John Howie of Seastar Restaurant & Raw Bar in Seattle, Washington

Barbeque Pork Belly with Compressed Watermelon, Avocado Creme and Pickled Red Onions
Kevin Fonzo of K Restaurant of Orlando, Florida

Lamb and Sweet Potato Cornish Pastry with Beetroot, Fennel Apple Slaw
Jarrod Pearman of Disney's Boardwalk Resort Catering

Part Two: More food!
Part Three: NYC Event Planner