Get Excited For Out-of-This-World Treats at Disneyland's Star Wars: Galaxy's Edge
In a galaxy far, far away . . . Han and Chewy definitely pulled over in the Millennium Falcon for some galactic grub — and now you can, too! For Star Wars fans who haven't quite gotten the hang of navigating cosmic hyperplanes, Star Wars: Galaxy's Edge is bringing the intergalactic space food to you. Star Wars: Galaxy's Edge marks the largest single-themed land expansion at both Disneyland park in Anaheim, CA and Disney's Hollywood Studios, introducing immersive new rides and new cuisine.
Once you've made a smuggler's run on the Millennium Falcon, you'll be able to stop by any of five locations around the park to taste foods from all different quadrants of the galaxy. Kat Saka's Kettle is the perfect stop for some sweet and salty Outpost mix popcorn, while Ronto's Roasters offers up a delicious spicy pork wrap, and Docking Bay 7 Food and Cargo even serves up a raspberry creme puff (a lot like a portion bread) that's supposed to be out of this world. And, because cows and chickens don't actually exist in outer space, each of the park's dining destinations will offer up space-themed substitutes — including fried Endorian tip-yip (chicken), kaadu ribs (pork), and a bantha milk bar (which serves plant-based milk).
But the best part about the Star Wars: Galaxy's Edge culinary experience will probably be Oga's Cantina, the go-to intergalactic watering hole for Jedi warriors and smugglers alike. There, visitors will be able to sip on variations of familiar earthly alcoholic drinks served in unique drinking vessels — including Fuzzy Tauntauns (fuzzy foam cocktail), Jedi Mind Tricks (bitter, grapefruit cocktail), Jet Juice, and White Wampa Ale. Nonalcoholic options will include Jabba Juice, Carbon Freeze, and Tarine Tea.
The Anaheim, CA Disneyland park location opens May 31, while park-goers at Walt Disney World Resort in Florida will have to wait until Aug. 29 to experience the fully immersive space dining experience.