Reviewing the World Showcase at Epcot
The pavilions were rated based on theming, enjoyment, and intangibles. Intangibles could be anything from simple wow-factor, nostalgia, the existence of a ride, or whatever else gives it that extra little bit of proverbial pixie dust. Note: unlike in our review of the Magic Kingdom none of these places suck so don’t worry if your favorite didn’t top our list they all have their merits
For the TL/DR crowd: Attractions are listed from worst to first and we’ve color coded this shit so you can lazily scroll thru. You’re welcome.
RED (under 3 pts) = Brutal. ORANGE (3-6 pts) = meh.
BLUE (6.01 to 8.00 pts) = Good. GREEN (8.01+ pts) = Hell Yes!
Steve says: I stop in about as many times as I’ve stopped in actual Canada, which is once
Pat says: If you’re lucky you might see Mary Poppins
Steve says: It’s pretty damn incredible to look the scenery here, but don’t bother to eat here. your corner Chinese food joint has it beat, I guaranteed that shit.
Steve says: I’ve enjoyed trips here as part of the Epcot Wine Walk, you should too. Inquire within Weinkeller as it’s not advertised by the folks at Disney.
Steve says: If I ever make it here during the winter, I’ll be ready to down some pasta but hot pasta & three tons of Floridian humidity doesn’t vibe with me so I’ve yet to eat a meal here. However, I’m always in for gelato and taking in the ambiance.
Steve says: The Mexico pavilion is still #1 in my heart from childhood. The architecture is awesome and it has a cool water ride featuring Los tres Caballeros. However, that damn San Angel Inn needs some damn recipes. How you gonna fuck up tacos man? Eat at La Hacienda or drink at La Cava del Tequila but avoid the signature restaurant despite that awesome view you see in the photo below.
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