Disney World’s 18 best restaurants at Epcot, ranked

As we’re in the top 10, we’re heading into the true essence of food service at Epcot. Italy is perhaps the most charming of all pavilions, as there is really nothing not to love on a stroll through the square which embraces Roman, Venetian and Florentine architecture.

Tucked away in the far left corner of the pavilion is the dimly lit Tutto Gusto wine cellar, which is connected to its large neighboring restaurant, Tutto Italia Ristorante. However, this place embraces a quaint feel. You will feel transported from the hustle and bustle of the bustling park as you snuggle up in the welcoming atmosphere and nibble on small Italian plates. For those with a bigger appetite, you also have the option of ordering from the full service options right next door, making this place a total win in our book. That’s all the fun of a small wine bar with the options of a larger restaurant.

Inspired by an authentic Italian wine cellar, they serve over 200 bottles of wine. Small plates are what we are looking for after a walk in the park. The remarkable charred Wagyu beef carpaccio and its charcuterie board will make your mouth water. They’ve cut some of their offerings, and we still mourn the loss of their beloved Parmesan meatball sliders. Otherwise, this place could have been in the top five.

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