Field to Feast event showcases Disney World's top chefs serving locally sourced dishes


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If you've ever dreamed of dining with Walt Disney World’s finest chefs, you're in luck. Tickets are still available for Edible Orlando magazine's highly anticipated Field to Feast event on Saturday, Feb. 22.

In its seventh year, the event will be held at Long & Scott Farms, where Disney chefs will serve dishes made with locally sourced ingredients. Wine, beer and cocktails will also be provided at the open-air soirée, which includes farm tours, live music and a raffle.

The three-hour event isn't cheap, but it's for a good cause. Tickets are $175 each, with all of the proceeds benefiting the Kids Cafe Program of Second Harvest Food Bank of Central Florida. It's an after-school meal service program that provides food to children in need from Orange, Seminole and Osceola counties.

This year's lineup consists of chefs from various Disney World hot spots, including:
  • Cinderella's Royal Table
  • Disney Park Events Operations and Premium Events
  • Epcot International Flower & Garden Festival
  • Flavor Lab
  • Golden Oak at Walt Disney World Resort
  • The Hollywood Brown Derby
  • Tiffins
  • Toledo-Tapas Steak & Seafood
  • Topolino’s Terrace – Flavors of the Riviera
  • Amorette’s Patisserie
  • Disney’s Animal Kingdom Lodge Bakery
  • Disney’s Grand Floridian Resort Catering.
According to Edible Orlando, guests will also have the opportunity to bring home "something special" from the Ganachery.

The menu is still under wraps for now, but given that the culinary extravaganza has sold out for the past five years, we wouldn't be surprised if it's nothing short of amazing.

The event is 2:30 to 5:30 p.m. For more information or to purchase tickets, visit

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