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EPCOT 2022 Festival of Holidays: Las Posadas Holiday Kitchen Review

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Outside the Mexico Pavilion, Las Posadas serves south-of-the-border dishes.

Our recommendation: This booth has one great dish, but at the price, it’s difficult to recommend it. Unless you’re not on a budget or you need gluten-friendly options, you might give this booth a pass.

Booth Overview

Giant Tostada, Cochinita Pibil Tama, Churro, and Horchata Margarita


  • Giant Tostada de Barbacoa 🇬 – $10.50
    – Braised Barbacoa Beef on a Giant Tostada with Chipotle Black Bean Purée, Salsa Verde, Queso Cotija, Crema Mexicana and Pickled Onion
  • Cochinita Pibil Tamal 🇬 – $8
    – Cochinita Pibil in Corn Masa topped with Pipián Sauce, Queso Cotija and Crema Mexicana
  • Dulce de Leche Churros – $6.25
    – sprinkled with Cinnamon-Sugar


  • Pomegranate Margarita – $13.75
    – Ilegal Mezcal Joven, Black Currant Liqueur, Pomegranate and Ginger Juice with a Hibiscus Salt Rim
  • Horchata Margarita – $13.25
    – Centinela Blanco Tequila, Abasolo Corn Whisky, Agua de Horchata and a hint of Cinnamon-infused Mezcal
  • Holiday Cerveza – $11
    – Cielito Lindo Artisanal Mexican Beer blended for the holiday season

Our Thoughts

Best of the Booth

I am so conflicted here. The Giant Tostada is both too expensive at $10.50 and very delicious. I think I have a mental break at $10 for festival food. At that point, I want a table and a chair. As a Festival regular, I have eaten the equivalent of a Who Feast on trash can “tables” over the last few years, but it seems less degrading when the dish is a thrifty $4.50 or at least of sharing size.

While this tostada is indeed “giant” it’s not an easy share since it shatters with the first break. You’ll need to be on a communal germ basis with someone to share more than one bite of this one. It is delicious, but it’s impossible to give an unreserved recommendation given the price. I’m conflicted so I’ll say get this one if you aren’t on a budget.

Rest of the Booth

Skip the tamale. It’s $8.00 and doesn’t deserve to share the same hemisphere as the one they presented last year. It’s fine but we went in expecting and hoping for the same outrageous tamale love we had last year. Not even close. The Churros are nice, but probably overpriced by $2 for our level of happiness. There are other sweet options that will offer more yum and cost you less.

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Christina Harrison

Christina worked for TouringPlans as a youngster and is back on the team now weighing cupcakes, stalking the Hello Kitty section of Mitsukoshi, and getting social media footage for our rad Instagram feed!

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