Hey gang! Me again (Melinda). Welcome to my 2016 Food and Wine Festival dining report! I am back from my last trip on this year's annual pass and mourning my return to reality. We were down at WDW from September 21-26. As luck would have it my annual food and wine pilgrimage was planned and paid for, and my reality was met with a big change: my department at work would be departing the larger company to start our own firm effective October 3. So this trip was a welcome respite from work stress and planned just in the nick of time before the real chaos set in. This week we're all set up in our new office space but unfortunately our system network isn't up and running yet so I am twiddling my thumbs a good deal this week and I'm going to try to knock out what I can of my trip report while I have the down time! In case you are new to my dining reports, the cast of characters is a gaggle of repeat visitors, all bidding farewell to WDW for 2016 before our APs expired: Me (in the dress in the picture above), an Atlanta native and diehard disneyphile, my partner R who has been shown the ways of the World via my enthusiasm, and my mom and sister who have become full-fledged Disney nuts as well. In good news for us, R recently got a great new job, but unfortunately the transition to his new position meant he could only join the trip for Friday night through Sunday night, while the rest of us would be arriving Wednesday night and departing Monday night. We've come to love the accommodations at the Wyndham Vacation Ownership (timeshare resort) at Bonnet Creek - we are able to book a 2 bedroom condo with full living room and kitchen for $129 per night, inclusive of tax and fees. There's no parking charge and some pretty great amenities, and I love the location just next to Disney's Caribbean Beach resort. The main reason for our visit was to experience Epcot International Food and Wine Festival 2016, so a good deal of our eating and drinking was done there. However, in addition to the F&W Booths we also dined at the Sanaa lounge, Les Halles Boulangerie, the Rusty Spoon in downtown Orlando, Starring Rolls at DHS, Morimoto Asia's Forbidden Lounge, Wolfgang Puck Express, and Pecos Bill's Tall Tale Inn. Without further ado, let's get started!