Disney has released a flurry of news regarding Star Wars: Galaxy’s Edge, including the announcement of the official opening date, the multi-phased opening of the rides and height requirements for the attractions. In addition to all of the new info, Disney also released a few concept art pieces for the land’s dining locations.
You can visit all of the locations below when they open on May 31, 2019 at Disneyland and August 29, 2019 at Disney’s Hollywood Studios in Walt Disney World.
If you’ve ever wanted to drink some of the blue or green milk seen in the Star Wars films, you won’t have to wait too much longer. The Milk Stand will offer up both beverages in a location similar to the concept art above. Thankfully, Disney isn’t serving up actual milk to guests under the hot Florida sun.
Instead, the blue and green milk is essentially rice milk that has been soft-frozen like a milkshake and has been sweetened with different flavors.
The blue milk is supposed to have berry and melon flavoring while the green milk is supposed to taste like lemon and citrus.
Docking Bay 7 Food and Cargo
Guests visiting Star Wars: Galaxy’s Edge “can fuel up on galactic grub at this local eatery” that looks simply enormous. The concept art depicts a large, tall space that appears to have several windows and vendors for guests to visit.
The backstory for Docking Bay 7 Food and Cargo is fairly detailed. Chef Strono “Cookie” Tuggs has docked a food freighter loaded with fresh supplies and he’s ready to satisfy the appetites of visitors and locals alike with an array of exotic offerings.
Oga’s Cantina should prove to be one of the most popular areas in Star Wars: Galaxy’s Edge, serving unique drinks for all ages.
The location is stated to be home to bounty hunters, smugglers, rogue traders, and weary travelers who are seeking a tasty drink and some nice music. The menu will feature a large variety of alcoholic and non-alcoholic beverages.
At the very least, the dining locations at Star Wars: Galaxy’s Edge don’t look like anything else that Disney has created. While some guests will be a bit disappointed that the land won’t have a table-service restaurant (though it may in the future), the quick-service locations look like fun and immersive experiences.