Hello, DFB Readers! What a week, right?
It’s been a busy week trying out new snacks, diving into some old favorites, and spending some time checking out everything going on with Disney World restaurants. And with the 50th anniversary celebration quickly approaching, there is A LOT going on!
Let’s get to the menu updates this week!
We finally have the menu for EPCOT’s upcoming Space 220 restaurant, which opens SOON! We already knew that lunch be a two-course prix-fixe meal with dinner being a three-course prix-fixe meal, but now we know more about the food. 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. Lift-offs include Big Bang Burrata, starry Calamari, blue Moon Cauliflower, and more.
For the “Star Course,” guests can choose entrees like Seared Tuna, Bluehouse Salmon, the Centauri Burger, and more.
There are also Space Station Specials, like the Galactic Lobster Globe. These, along with various sides are available for an additional charge.
There are also a variety of drinks available including non-alcoholic beverages, wines, and beers. Kids can select one star course one supernova sweet, and one celestial beverage. The Kids Meal is $29 and is only available for guests ages nine or under. The Kids star courses include Space-Ghetti, salmon, chicken, and more.
Kids Desserts include a cupcake, gelato scoop, or sorbet.
Drinks include sodas and other select items, and there are additional specialty beverages available for an additional charge.
For dinner, guests can pick one item from the lift-offs section, one star course, and one supernova sweet for $79 per person. Lift-offs include many of the same appetizers available at lunch.
The Star Course for Dinner has a few different items from Lunch. You can get Slow Rotation Short Rib, Florida Red Snapper, X2 Duck, and more. There’s also a Plant-Based option, the Terra-Bolognese.
You can also get a few special items, like a Baked Whole Lobster or Ribeye for an additional cost. Supernova Sweets includes Carrot Cake, Sticky Toffee Pudding Cake, Chocolate Cheesecake, and more.
You can also purchase additional sides.
There is a good selection of Dessert Drinks available for an additional cost.
Drinks include Beers…
…Various Specialty Drinks…
…and some Non-Alcoholic Options.
The Kids Dinner Menu is similar to the Lunch Menu. It allows kids to pick one entree, dessert, and drink for $29.
The desserts are also the same…
…as are the Specialty Drinks.
But wait, there’s more! There’s also a separate Lounge Menu. Along with the same drinks from the lunch and dinner menus, you can also get some small bites, including Astro Deviled Eggs, a New England Lobster Roll, and more.
Finally, for every kid’s specialty cocktail ordered, kids get a set of cool Space 220 collectible cards. Pretty cool, right?
There’s been a change on the menu at La Hacienda de San Angel in the Mexico Pavilion — the Osso Buco a la Mexicana has been taken off the menu.
This is, however, the only change we’ve seen there this week.
The Kids Menu at San Angel Inn has seen some price increases:
- Jr Garden Salad increased from $3 to $4
- Fruit Cup increased from $3 to $3.50.
- Quesadillas increased from $10 to $10.50
- Tacos increased from $10 to $11
- Grilled Chicken Breast increased from $10 to $11
- Chicken Tenders increased from $10 to $11
- Macaroni and Cheese increased from $10.50 to $11.50
We are so excited about the upcoming Steakhouse 71, and now we know what the menu looks like. For breakfast, there will be a variety of delicious items to choose from including Breakfast Pastries, the Steakhouse 71 Feast, Floridian Eggs Benedict, and Seasonal Pancakes. Breakfast drinks include a variety of Coffees, a Bloody Mary, a Specialty Character Drink, and more.
Lunch will include French Onion Soup, Crab Cake Sliders, Steak Frites, and more.
If it’s steak you want, though, you’ll want to book a reservation for dinner. Along with a variety of appetizers, there are different cuts of Steaks available, including Filet Mignon, New York Strip, and more. You can also order a variety of sauces and sides. And if steak isn’t your thing, there are Vegetarian, Chicken, and Fish options, too.
Dessert will include the Steakhouse 71 Chocolate Cake, which is described as “15 layers of whiskey-infused chocolate cake, chocolate mousse, and raspberries – one layer for every floor at Disney’s Contemporary Resort.” YES, PLEASE! Other dessert options are also available.
There’s also a Steakhouse 71 Lounge that will have a variety of foods and beverages available. Lounge Bites will include Crab Cakes, Macaroni and Cheese, Shrimp Cocktails, and more.
Drinks will include some specialty non-alcoholic and alcoholic options, including the Citrus Grove Cocktail, the Tequila Sunrise, and the Steakhouse 71 Vodka Gimlet.
Those are all the updates we have this week, but stay tuned because we’ll continue to keep an eye on menu changes at Disney World restaurants and let you know all about them!