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Disney World Apps Glitch Shouldn’T Stop You From Enjoying The Epcot International Food And Wine Festival

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Disney World App developed by Disney is a practical and contactless app that allows you to Magic Band features, like theme park entry, through the power of an eligible iPhone, Apple Watch or Google Pay enabled Android phone. 

The EPCOT International Food and Wine Festival started today and can be accessed through your Disney World app. All the booklets for the foods and wines provided by EPCOT are available on the front page of the Disney World app. But recently something odd was found in the Disney World app that our readers need to know about.

The Disney World app is experiencing a glitch. The menu of the EPCOT International Food and Wine Festival has all been mixed up. The users of the app cannot figure out which food and wines to order.

The booths were all correct and you could access them easily but once you clicked on those booths what you would get inside was unknown. All the items from different booths would appear on any other booth. For example, the newly created booth ‘The Noodle Exchange’ had a completely different menu in it that didn’t resemble its original identity.

This booth has items from the Brew-Wing booth and some items were from the Swanky Saucy Swine booth. Like the Garlic Parmesan Wings, Crispy Barbecue Pork Rinds with Pimento Cheese, Traditional Buffalo Wings, Teriyaki- Sesame Wings, and the Mango Habanero Wings. Many other newly created booths this year had the exact same menu as the Noodle Exchange menu. Everything in the app went upside down.

Another such mishappening occurred with the Tangerine Cafe – Flavour of the Medina. One item, the Warm Raclette, was completely different and didn’t belong to this booth. The item initially belonged to the Alps booth. Other items on the Tangerine Cafe – Flavour of the Medina booth were the original items. It included the Grilled Kebabs with Couscous, Tomato-Onion Salad, and Garlic Aïoli which was  $5.75, Stone-baked Moroccan Bread with Hummus, Zaalouk, and Zhoug Dips which was $5.00, Pistachio Cake with Cinnamon Pastry Cream and Candied Walnuts which was $4.75. In the beverages section we had Cave De La Côte Rosé Gamay, Romand.

Some booths didn’t seem to have any problems with it as they had all their items correctly listed without any outsider items lurking in their menu. Like the Australia booth which is a very old yet loved booth had all its items correct. It included the Grilled Sweet and Spicy Bush Berry Shrimp with Pineapple, Pepper, Onion and Snap Peas (GF) for  $6.00,

Roasted Lamb Chop with Sweet Potato Purée, Bush Berry Pea Salad, and Pistachio-Pomegranate Gremolata (GF) for  $7.75 and the Deconstructed Pavlova. In beverages, it included the Coopers Brewery Original Pale Ale and the Cape Memtell Sauvignon Blanc Semillon.

It is not sure when this glitch will be corrected by the Disney or EPCOT team but the ones visiting the EPCOT International Food and Wine Festival can refer to the Disney Food Blog website. DFB website provides you with a guide E-book through which you can enjoy the EPCOT International Food and Wine Festival.

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