Space 220 is an outer space-themed dining experience coming soon to EPCOT where guests will board an elevator that simulates traveling 220 miles above the Earth to dine at the Centauri Space Station.
This restaurant finally got an opening date of September 20th, 2021. And now we’ve got ALL the details you need to know about just what will be on the menu when Space 220 opens!
We already knew that this futuristic restaurant would feature a multi-course prix fixe menu for lunch and dinner. There are two courses for lunch and three for dinner.
Disney has previously described the dishes as “modern and upscale,” and they mentioned unique drinks like “atmospheric cocktails.”
Let’s take a closer look at the menu!
For lunch, guests will get to select one of each: one item from the Lift-offs section (appetizers) and a Star Course (entree). Lunch is priced at $55 per person.
The lift-offs include options like the Blue Moon Cauliflower…
…the Space Greens…
For the “Star Course” there are options featuring tuna or salmon…
…a Centauri Burger, and other options.
There are also space station specials, like the Galactic Lobster Globe…
…and satellite sides which you can add onto your meal for an additional cost.
At lunch you’ll also find a variety of drinks available including non-alcoholic items, wines, and beers. You can see more about those in the dinner section below.
There is also a kids menu option for lunch. Kids will get to select one star course (entree), one supernova sweet (dessert), and one celestial beverage (drink). The kids meal is priced at $29 and is only for those 9 and under.
The star courses include Space-Ghetti (we see what you did there), salmon, chicken, and other options.
The desserts include a cupcake, gelato scoop, or sorbet.
And for the drinks there are some sodas and select items that are included, but there are also non-alcoholic specialties available for an additional charge.
It looks like there will also be a Space 220 collectible cup available for $3 for those drinks that are included in the price of the kids meal.
For dinner, guests will get to pick one item from the lift-offs section (appetizers), one star course (entree), and one supernova sweet (dessert). Dinner is priced at $79 per person.
The lift-offs items include Starry Calamari, the Centauri Caesar Salad, and more.
For the star course, there’s short ribs, red snapper, duck, and other items.
If you’re looking for a plant-based option, there’s the Terra-Bolognese, which is a plant-based take on Pasta Bolognese.
There are also some specials like a baked whole lobster or ribeye, which you can get for an additional cost.
In terms of desserts, there are a few options including sticky toffee pudding cake…
…and a lemon mousse.
In a separate description of the dessert menu, Patina Restaurant Group (which will operate Space 220) also shows a number of dessert drinks available.
You can also see the dessert prices so you can get a sense of what they cost when purchased individually.
At dinner, there are also some “satellite sides” you can add onto your meal like potato wedges and brussels sprouts, all for an additional cost.
In terms of drinks, there is a multitude of options.
You’ll find beers…
…various specialty drinks…
…and white wines as well.
You can get a full look at the wine list by viewing the Space 220 menu on the Patina Restaurant Group website.
For dinner, there is also a kids menu, which (similar to lunch) allows kids to pick one entree, dessert, and drink for $29.
There are generally similar options to the lunch menu for kids here, especially in terms of dessert.
And once again here’s a look at the specialty drinks available for kids during dinner.
Again, keep in mind that while select drinks are included in the dinner price for kids, others are an additional cost, as noted above.
But wait, there’s more! Space 220 also offers a lounge menu. In terms of drinks, you’ll find many of the things discussed above including wines, beers, and specialty cocktails.
But there are also lounge bites including astro deviled eggs and chicken on waffle.
Each of these items are priced individually.
Want a cool Space 220 collectible? Disney has shared that with the purchase of any zero proof cocktail (a.k.a. non-alcoholic cocktail) or a children’s meal, you’ll get a pack of Space 220 Collectible Trading Cards.
According to Disney, “Designed exclusively for and only distributed at Space 220 Restaurant, these limited-edition packs of cards feature original artwork and trivia facts about space exploration, food in space, and the sky-high innovations at Space 220 Restaurant.”
Keep following DFB for more details about the upcoming opening of Space 220!
Are you planning to dine at Space 220 when it opens this month? Let us know in the comments!