Guys, I have to tell you something. I love Mexican food. I love it so much, I could eat it every day. Seriously. So when I heard Epcot was opening a new Mexican stand, Choza de Margarita, I knew right away I had to try it.
Choza de Margarita is a little margarita stand right next to the Mexico Pavilion. Its an outdoor kiosk with no seating, but its Epcot, so I think we are all used to grabbing our food and hunting down the right place to sit and enjoy our food.
They serve 3 dishes, Tacos Al Pastor, Empanadas De Barbacoa and Guacamole which comes with fried flour chicharron. We got all three for the sake of research of course. The best part about each of these dishes is that they are all under $10. The guac is big enough to share.
We loved all of these and I will say they are a little on the spicy side. To me that is a great thing, but I know some people try to stay away from the spicy stuff. The side of corn esquites that comes with the tacos and empanadas is to die for. I could eat a whole bowl of that stuff.
The Guacamole comes topped with mango chutney and pumpkin and pomegranate seeds which really kind of brought it to another level. And the Chicharrones that comes with it are vegetarian, so its a great option if you don’t eat meat.
They also serve a wide variety of margaritas, both frozen and on the rocks. I got the Fiesta Margarita, which is a mix of all three frozen flavors they offer, Wild Strawberry, Classic Lime and Passion Mango. It was pretty delicious.
G got the Conga, which is a non-alcoholic frozen drink consisting of orange, pineapple and grapefruit with a splash of grenadine. Also very delicious!
If you’re looking just to grab drinks, they also offer beer here too.
So what did we think? We really loved it!
If you want to see the full menu, Disney Food Blog did a really great in depth review of all of the items.
A few things to keep in mind….. it is outside. So no air conditioning. And there is no seating. The line was long. Like real long. We were also there the second day it opened, so whether or not the lines will continue to be long or not…. I guess we will find out. The food is spicy, not crazy-I’m-crying-because-my-mouth-is-on-fire spicy, but it is spicy, in my opinion, as Mexican food should be.
Have you been to Choza de Margarita yet? What did you think? Let us know in the comments!