News: Disneyland’s Galactic Grill Introduces SERIOUSLY KILLER Late Night Menu

Should you find yourself in Disneyland’s Tomorrowland after 9 pm and in need of a bite, you might want to blast on over to Galactic Grill to check out their new Late Night Menu!

Galactic Grill AT NIGHT!

Galactic Grill AT NIGHT!

The Micron Burger is a mini-double slider packed with American cheese, house sauce, caramelized onions and a pickle ($7.99).



Meteor Potato Bites are tots loaded up with ground beef, caramelized onions, house sauce, and cheddar cheese sauce ($7.99).



Here’s a new twist on Chicken and Waffles… the Sweet or Spicy Star Clusters feature crispy chicken bites (NUGGS!) served over blue cheese coleslaw and pickle chips all served up in a waffle bowl! You choose a sweet chili or spicy buffalo sauce to finish it off ($8.49).



The Lunar Space-Adilla is filled with pepper jack cheese, Ortega chilies, chicken, and chipotle-ranch sauce ($7.99).



Also look for Little Dippers (French Toast Sticks with salted caramel and strawberry sauces for $7.49) on the menu. And keep the kiddos calm in those late night hours with a Kids’ Power Pack which includes a small banana, sliced apples, baby carrots, cheese crackers, and a Danimals® yogurt smoothie with milk or water ($5.99). Of course, Mickey Premium Ice Cream Bars, Ice Cream Sandwiches, and Strawberry Fruit Bars will be up for grabs as well for a sweet way to end a totally sweet day in Disneyland.

Remember, you’ll only see these menu items appear after 9 pm, so plan your Galactic Grill trip accordingly (after your viewing of the returning nighttime spectacular Fantasmic!, perhaps?)

Will you be grabbing some late night bites at Galactic Grill? Please let us know with a comment!

And if you’re headed to Disneyland, don’t forget to take a peek at our Disneyland food youtube videos!


  1. Essie says

    I don’t get out to the DLR, but those sweet chicken stars over blue cheese Cole slaw and the Lunar Space-adillas sure look good to me!

  2. Jared Fisher says

    You guys document everything at Disneyland really well, but I wonder if you could provide some insight to the in room dining options for the Disneyland property resorts.

  3. says

    Jared — Thanks so much for reading, and for the compliment! I’ll be sure to pass your suggestions on. We’re always looking for great ideas!

  4. Ashley says

    I am so excited for this menu! As a West Coaster DLR is our main Disney Resort. With all the construction going on for Galaxy’s Edge, this is much needed. Before they opened Fantasmic and the Thunder Mountain Trail coming into the park around MSEP was a waste of time! You would get diverted to Tomorrowland with no way out, no way to get to Adventure land or Frontier land even though it is practically empty by Splash and the best time to ride everything over there. They force you into TL with no way out until the parade is over and it is so crowded you cannot leave the park without wading through a giant crowd that takes at least half an hour to cross the Castle main hub. Galactic Grill is busy during the day, but at night every line is completely empty. We would get pushed to Tomorrowland with no way out for an hour plus, and if you have already done Space Mountain, it’s just a waste. We would buy hot chocolate or coffee from GG just because it is there. I can see this menu doing really well after Fantasmic, and that part of the park is empty at night so they have room for capacity. The buffalo chicken bites are what I’m getting when this menu debuts!!

    Also, GG is the closest, non busy food place if you are waiting for Fireworks, by the Castle or Small World. Main Street is SO BUSY and really isn’t quick if one person from your party sneaks off to get food for everyone. And they have many ordering bays and are fast during rush hour times, as opposed to waiting an hour plus at Main Street Starbucks! DCA Starbucks is faster, more efficient and has way more seating!

  5. Ashley says

    Jared, what do you mean “in room dining options”? Are you asking about places to eat if you stay at a DLR hotel? There’s only three hotels owned by Disney, and Paradise Pier was owned by another company and basically reskinned as Disney so it doesn’t have all the amenities that a WDW resort would have.

    Disneyland Hotel probably has the most with Steakhouse 55, Goofy’s Kitchen, a coffee shop, and my favorites Trader Sam’s and Tangaroo Terrace (I know DFB has reviews on many of these, and Disney Tourist Blog has info and reviews on all of them).

    Grand California is wonderful as well. They have table service (Napa Rose which many say is the best table service of WDW and DLR, and more affordable than V&A’s, but still pricey), character meal (Storyteller’s Cafe), lounge (Hearthstone Lounge), and a quick service option (White Water Snacks).

    But… The offsite hotels can be closer to the turnstiles than the resort hotels. Many walk across the street, if you want cheap, decent hotels. A little further out, you can get nicer hotel accommodations for about half or more of the price of any Disney Hotel (DLR or WDW) and often nicer than WDW accommodations with far more amenities. Maybe not as themed but nicer with more! And DLR is so compact you can walk to park hop in about five minutes and Downtown Disney is in between the two parks and also five minutes walk away. All of the DLR hotel dining options are accessible to walk to from the parks or offsite accommodations.

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