There’s been a lot going on when it comes to food and beverages at Star Wars: Galaxy’s Edge in Disney’s Hollywood Studios.
Docking Bay 7 has seen a bunch of menu changes in the past few weeks.
From the addition of a plant-based “meat” marinara for kids to the removal of the Star Wars-ified names on the menus, it’s pretty difficult to keep up with all of the menu modifications at the popular Star Wars: Galaxy’s Edge quick service. Well, fans of the immersive names can celebrate because they’re back… sort of.
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As we reported to you earlier, Disney World has removed several of the Star Wars-themed names from its lunch and dinner items at Docking Bay 7 Food and Cargo.
And while the names on Docking Bay 7’s breakfast menu were also altered, the items still have Star Wars-themed titles unlike their lunch and dinner counterparts — weird, right?
We also noticed some changes to the price and ingredients listed for Docking Bay 7’s Tuggs’ Overnight Oats — formerly known as Rising Moons Overnight Oats! So of course, we had to snag them to see what they now look like, and more importantly, taste like!
While we reported to you earlier that Disney World had removed almost all of the Star Wars language from its lunch and dinner menu items, it appears they’re not done playing the Name Game yet!
That’s because several of the Hollywood Studio’s Galaxy’s Edge Docking Bay 7’s breakfast menu items have also recently had their names changed!
Happy weekend! We’ve been hard at work in the parks scoping out all the latest news for you! First, a few things to remember… .
The 2019 Epcot Food and Wine Festival is ON, and we’re covering it all! See every single Food and Wine Festival MENU and ALL THE FOOD PHOTOS as well — here! And don’t forget to check out our Best of the Fest!
Halloween Time has begun in Disneyland, and we’ve eaten…well…pretty much ALL OF IT! Check out all of our Halloween Time reviews here!
OH, and we found FIRE CHEESE THIS WEEK!
We have a lot to share with you this week, so let’s jump right in…
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Everyone knows kids love mac and cheese, but why should they get to have it all to themselves??
Grown ups like mac and cheese, too, OBVI! There’s lots of adult mac and cheese options around the Disney parks, like the new Buffalo Chicken Mac and Cheese at the KRNR The Rock Station in Hollywood Studios, and we can’t get enough. Now, visitor’s to Star Wars: Galaxy’s Edge in Disney World can FINALLY find mac and cheese as a side item at Docking Bay 7!
Plant-based options are launching all over the Disney parks, and now there’s a kids’ option on Batuu in Disney World!
Disney World is diving headfirst into the world of plant-based cuisine and that means a lot more options for vegetarian and vegan guests. Earlier this month we reported on the brand new plant-based logo and plant-based Mickey Waffles and now Star Wars: Galaxy Edge has joined in on the initiative!