Star Wars: Galaxy’s Edge Serves New and Exotic Flavors from a Galaxy Far, Far Away

Filed in: Disneyland News, Star Wars: Galaxy's Edge

In creating Star Wars: Galaxy’s Edge, Walt Disney Imagineering envisioned a land that immerses guests entirely in Star Wars storytelling, using all five of their senses. Thus, food and drink play important roles in deepening guest engagement, using taste and smell to play right alongside the wondrous sights and other sensations found within these new lands, which opened May 31, 2019, at Disneyland Park in California and Aug. 29, 2019, at Disney’s Hollywood Studios in Florida.* When guests take a bite of Endorian Fried Chicken Tip-yip or a swig of a strange-looking concoction, they feel all the more as if they’ve stepped onto this planet called Batuu.

The Disney Parks food and beverage creative teams worked hand in hand with Walt Disney Imagineering to develop a diverse and distinctive menu for Star Wars: Galaxy’s Edge. The wide array of delectable creations reinforces Walt Disney Imagineering’s commitment to immersive storytelling and attention to detail in every aspect of this Star Wars experience.

As a remote planet, Batuu is one of the lesser-populated worlds in the Star Wars galaxy, so the food available in Black Spire Outpost has a “farm to table” feel typically found in more rural communities. Food and drink throughout the land hint at an ancient culture, passed down to the current generation of Batuuan residents and are served in unique and exotic vessels.

Oga’s Cantina,** for example, is the land’s main watering hole and serves as the heart of Black Spire Outpost. Here, guests gather to share their tales from around the galaxy as they enjoy exotic beverages such as the spicy Bloody Rancor, the foamy Fuzzy Tauntaun or the fruity Carbon Freeze.

Ronto Roasters, named for the large pack animals of Tatooine, draws attention from passersby with its large podracing engine firing up a barbecue pit. When hungry customers queue up to order, they encounter a former smelter droid, 8D-J8, carefully turning the spit of meats. The stall’s signature Ronto Wrap may remind guests of roasted pork and grilled sausage, while the Tatooine Sunset specialty drink may have them reminiscing about gourmet flavored iced tea and lemonade.

The Milk Stand will answer a question four decades in the making: What does Blue Milk taste like? This stall offers two local favorites – Blue Milk and Green Milk. Both provide a frozen blend of exotic tastes and fruity accents, with Green Milk delivering a bit more zing.

At Docking Bay 7 Food and Cargo, Chef Strono “Cookie” Tuggs’ transport shuttle sits atop Docking Bay 7 as a mobile kitchen and restaurant, turning the hangar into Tuggs’ Grub. Tuggs’ journeys from system to system allow him to fill his pantry with exotic ingredients he uses to make new and unusual dishes, such as Smoked Kaadu Pork Ribs, Endorian Fried ChickenTip-yip and Batuu-bon for dessert.

Mobile ordering through the Disneyland app will be available for Ronto Rosters, Milk Stand and Docking Bay 7 Food and Cargo. Menu items are subject to availability.

See the full food and beverage menus for Docking Bay 7 Food and Cargo, Oga’s Cantina, Ronto Roasters, Milk Stand and Kat Saka’s Kettle on Disneyland.com.

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*Access to Star Wars: Galaxy’s Edge experiences at Disneyland Resort is subject to capacity.

**Oga’s Cantina now offers advance reservations, which are highly recommended. Additional reservations will be made available each day at 7:00am PST for visits that day, subject to availability. Guests will need to check availability and make reservations online at Disneyland.com/Cantina or through the Disneyland mobile app. Separate Disneyland Park admission is required.

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