Mouth Watering New Details Announced for New BBQ Restaurant Coming to Epcot
As most know, Epcot is undergoing a major transformation. That transformation includes new areas, new attractions, and new places to enjoy a delicious meal. Today, we are receiving all-new details about the new classic American BBQ restaurant, Regal Eagle Smokehouse!
Regal Eagle Smokehouse is set to open this Winter in at the American Adventure Pavilion in the World Showcase. Once open, quick service BBQ restaurant in Epcot will serve up classic American backyard barbecue from around the United States as well as a variety of home-style craft brews.
So, now for some of those juicy menu details! The Regal Eagle Smokehouse menu will feature a variety of sandwiches and platters as well as a plant-based option. Guests of the new BBQ restaurant in Epcot are invited to grub on a sliced Texas beef brisket sandwich with house-made spicy mop sauce on garlic toast or the South Carolina smoked sausage sandwich with tangy mustard sauce and caramelized onions.
Guests can also chow down on Kansas City smoked chicken, Memphis dry-rub pork ribs, North Carolina chopped smoked pork butt, all available by themselves or as part of a delicious hearty platter. If you are looking for a lighter option, you can grab the Power Greens Salad with chilled pulled chicken, fresh citrus, and a citrus vinaigrette. And if you’re looking for an all-American burger, try the grilled burger topped with BBQ pork and a fried onion ring. The plant-based option consists of a plant-based BBQ burger featuring a plant-based patty topped with BBQ jackfruit served on vegan garlic toast.
For me, good BBQ isn’t complete without some good BBQ sauce! And, the Regal Eagle Smokehouse has that covered! Sauce options include spicy mop sauce, sweet BBQ, tangy mustard, and a vinegar-based sauce.
Maybe even more important that the sauce, is the sides! The new BBQ restaurant in Epcot will offer french fries, beer-battered onion rings, mac and cheese, baked beans with burnt ends, house-made pickles, and creamy slaw to complement your meal.
The littlest Guests of the Regal Eagle Smokehouse can choose from a burger, BBQ chicken salad, BBQ chicken leg or chicken salad, and even a BBQ rib platter, all served with their choice of two sides.
And, now for dessert! The new BBQ restaurant in Epcot is set to satisfy your sweet tooth with dessert options including banana pudding or a s’mores brownie as well as a cup of fresh watermelon garnished with torn mint – YUM.
If you are looking for something tasty to wash it all down with, the Regal Eagle Smokehouse has a variety of All-American options to choose from including a selection of beers and ciders from around the country, wines from the west coast, and specialty regional cocktails with and without alcohol. Like all other Walt Disney World restaurants, Coca-Cola® will be available to quench your thirst.
The new BBQ restaurant in Epcot is also going to feature an outdoor bar pouring your favorite craft brews on draft, and the outdoor seating area will be a great place to sit back and sip on a Tennessee Lemonade Cocktail or a non-alcoholic Berry Sparkler!
Make sure to keep it here with MickeyBlog.com to find out the exact opening date of The Regal Eagle Smokehouse. The new BBQ restaurant coming to Epcot will definitely be an All-American hit!
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