EPCOT’s Newest Restaurant Reveals Its Menu

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Walt Disney World Resort continues to focus on new openings (like the opening of new France in EPCOT’s World Showcase, the opening of a new ride, refurbishments to the Everest and Princess and the Frog rides, and updates to shows), and now Disney Guests have yet another new offering to celebrate! If you’ve been hankering to try La Creperie de Paris in the new France, but you’re reluctant to wait until October 1st for some new Disney food to try, then head over to Walt Disney World’s EPCOT and try the food at Space 220; the opening date for this space themed restaurant is September 20th in the futuristic Disney park!

Disney has just released menus and pricing for Space 220. For adults, lunch will be $55 for lunch and dinner will be $79. For kids, it’s just $29 for lunch and dinner. Walk-up diners are accepted! Space 220 is a unique restaurant that will give Disney visitors an “out-of-this-world dining experience” with a “simulated flight 220 miles above Earth’s surface”.

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The menu is described as “upscale” and “contemporary”, with a “two-course prix fixe menu for lunch and a three-course prix fixe menu for dinner”. For the two-course lunch, recommendations from Disney Cast Members include the Big Bang Burrata, Starry Calamari, Blue Moon Cauliflower, Neptuna Tartare, and Space Greens, as well as Bluehouse Salmon, a Centauri Burger, a Flat Iron Steak, Seared Tuna , or Baked Maccheroni. The three-course dinner offers the lunch fare, but with bonuses like Filet Mignon,a Slow Rotation Short Rib, some Florida Red Snapper, duck, chicken, or Terra-Bolognese. For dessert, Disney Guests will love the Lemon Mousse, Sticky Toffee Pudding Cake, or Chocolate Cheesecake! There’s also gelato, sorbet, and carrot cake!

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As for the kids’ menu, there are a standard variety of options (but with space-themed names). The space-ghetti is as expected (spaghetti with chicken meatballs), and there’s also galactic salmon with mashed potatoes and broccoli, “cosmic” chicken tenders with honey mustard sauce, steak and “space fries”, or “Mission Macaroni”! There’s also some atmospheric cocktails and fine wine, for the adults!

Which restaurant are you most excited to visit, La Creperie de Paris or Space 220?

About Sharon

Sharon is a writer and animal lover from New England. Sharon's two main focuses in her work are Disney's correlations with pop culture and the significance of Disney princesses (which was the basis for her college thesis). When she's not writing about Disney, Sharon spends her time singing, dancing, and cavorting with woodland creatures!

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