Dining in Star Wars: Galaxy’s Edge

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You’ve traveled a long way to get to Batuu, and now, you’re starving. Let’s look at the dining options available at Black Spire Outpost, shall we? First things first, you will not be able to enter with just a dining or attraction reservation. All guests are required to have both a valid park admission ticket AND a park reservation to enter Galaxy’s Edge.

Photos do not represent current safety protocols. As of May 5, 2021, masks are still required at all theme parks.

You can have a drink at a real space port! Oga’s Cantina is the local cantina, where you can find smugglers, bounty hunters, and more, all gathered to eat (well, snack), drink, and be merry. While only offering Star Wars-themed cocktails, beers, non-alcoholic concoctions, and 2 food items (snacky treats), reservations are STRONGLY recommended, especially now with limited capacity. Please bear in mind, this is not a restaurant. It is a bar. You will not fill up on charcuterie here. It is more of an experience than anything else.

You may check in up to 15 minutes before your reservation time, and all members of your party must be present when you check in. Enjoy the sick beats of DJ R-3X, a droid that used to be a star pilot. There are rules, but this cantina…you will never find a more wretched hive of scum and villany. Remain cautious.

There are both non-alcoholic and alcoholic concoctions made from locally sourced ingredients, and by locally, I mean galaxy-wide, but if you wish to partake in alcoholic concoctions, they will need to see your identification. You cannot simply Jedi mind trick your way out of this. Oga’s follows Walt Disney World’s strict age rules.

There is a 2-drink maximum, so don’t think you’ll be able to get a seat first thing in the morning and stay all day long. You could get into trouble that way. You don’t want to draw attention to yourself.

Next, you’ll want to take out your communicator device, and order some lunch or dinner at Docking Bay 7 Food and Cargo. You’ll be able to follow mobile ordering procedures to procure your food here. This location features both indoor and outdoor seating, currently following distancing and safety protocols.

You can nosh on some Endorian Fried Chicken Tip Yip, or Batuuan Beef Pot Roast. Younglings can have Endorian Fried Chicken Yip Tip with macaroni and cheese. So try your authentic Space Cuisine today at Docking Bay 7 Food and Cargo!!

You can also head over to Ronto Roasters for breakfast, lunch, or dinner. This location also has mobile ordering, so you’ll need your communicator device again! Located in the marketplace, a pod racing engine is used to roast the ronto, while a droid pit master turns it, so that it cooks evenly. You can’t miss these mouthwatering scents as you shop in Black Spire Outpost. They’ve brought these massive rontos here all the way from Tatooine just to make sure you could fuel yourselves for your journeys, so you may as well enjoy them.

They have 2 different wraps for breakfast, the Ronto Morning Wrap and the plant based Triple Suns Breakfast Wrap. You can also get Rising Moons Overnight Oats. Lunch and dinner offer the Ronto Wrap or the plant based Zuchii Wrap. There are also alcoholic and non-alcoholic beverage options available.

And finally, don’t forget to head over to the milk stand to get your blue or green milk. Also available via mobile ordering and available in both alcoholic and non-alcoholic variations!

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