Space 220, a new space-themed restaurant, opens this month at Epcot
Disney has shared more details including a first look at the menu
The restaurant will feature a prix fixe menu for lunch and dinner
The restaurant is themed to a space station located 220 miles above Earth and will serve “upscale, contemporary fare.” It will offer a prix fixe menu for lunch and dinner. Sides will also be available à la carte.
The two-course lunch includes one “lift-off” appetizer and one “star course” entrée. The three-course dinner includes one appetizer, one entrée and one “supernova sweet” dessert.
The pricing will be $55 per person for adults for lunch and $79 per person for adults for dinner. For children, the pricing is $29 per person for lunch and dinner.
What You Need To Know
Space 220, located near the park’s Mission: Space attraction, is set to open to the public Sept. 20.
For appetizers, the menu features Big Bang Barrata, Starry Calamari, Blue Moon Cauliflower, Neptuna Tartare, and Space Greens.
The entrées for lunch are Bluehouse Salmon, Centauri Burger, Flat Iron Steak, Seared Tuna, and Baked Maccheroni.
For dinner, the entrée options are 8 oz. Filet Mignon, Slow Rotation Short Rib, Florida Red Snapper, X2 Duck, Terra-Bolognese, Roasted Free-Range Chicken. The dessert menu features Lemon Mousse, Sticky Toffee Pudding Cake and Chocolate Cheesecake.
There’s also a kids menu that features spaghetti, salmon, chicken and desserts. Space 220 will also serve a variety of cocktails — Stargarita, Atmospritz, The Big Tang, Planetary Punch and Celestial Cosmopolitan — as well as “zero proof” mocktails.
The restaurant will be available to walk-ins from Sept. 20-26. Reservations will open Sept. 20 for dates Sept. 27 and after.