Enjoy these snacks from a Galaxy Far, Far Away…
A long time ago, in a galaxy far, far away, people were introduced to the Star Wars franchise. It’s hard to believe that the original Star Wars movie debuted in 1977, and the franchise is still going strong, especially with the additions of “The Mandelorian” and “Obi Wan” to the Disney Plus lineup.
With all the hype around the Star Wars franchise, fans the world over couldn’t wait to visit Star Wars Land, otherwise known at Disney World as Star Wars Galaxy’s Edge. If this is your first trip to visit Star Wars Galaxy’s Edge, you need to know what to eat and drink while you’re there. Here’s a quick guide to the Galaxy’s Edge snacks and what to eat and drink at one of the most popular Disney Park attractions ever to open in Orlando.
Where to Start?
If you’re looking for Galaxy’s Edge snacks, you need to know what you’re looking for. Like many of the areas of the theme park, Galaxy’s Edge has spots for quick snack service and mobile ordering, as well as a sit-down bar and lounge. Here’s a little information on each of the Galaxy’s Edge snack options.
If you are looking for a quick Galaxy’s Edge snack, you may want to try Kat Saka’s Kettle. Kids love to visit here because of the wide variety of popcorn snacks. One of the snacks we highly recommend is the Outpost Mix, a flavorful popcorn treat. If you want to try something a little crazier, why not munch on Disney’s Hollywood Studios Galaxy Green Popcorn?
Popcorn and water make a great walk-around snack while you are looking at the sights of the Millennium Falcon Smugglers Run or looking for that cast member dressed like a storm trooper. Pro tip: popcorn snacks call for a little more water than you need for your family when they eat a piece of fruit or other snacks. Make sure to pick up an extra bottle at Kat Saka’s Kettle.
Another place to find Galaxy’s Edge snacks is the Milk Stand. If you are traveling with kids, they will love the blue or green fruity milk sold here. If you have a moment while your kids are sipping the “milk” (Or you’re sipping the adult alcoholic drinks’ version of the milk), why not ask about how the milk is created by Bubo Wamba Family Farms?
Looking for Something a Little Different?
When you’re done looking at the Black Spire Outpost featured around the Rise of the Resistance attractions, you may want to dine on something a little more substantial than snacks. Luckily, Disney World provides some really flavorful options.
The Ronto Wrap at Ronto Roasters is not to be missed. It is a pita wrap with sausage and pork loin, with coleslaw and a marvelous peppercorn sauce. The Ronto Wrap consistently makes it to the top of many Disney bloggers’ list of best foods– after you do the star tours of the galaxy, of course.
Ronto Roasters also gets high marks for its breakfast wrap, which comes with eggs and sausage, or the plant-based wrap with plant-based eggs, chickpeas, and sundried tomatoes. There are gluten-free and egg-free options as well.
If you’re looking for a sit-down dining experience, Docking Bay 7 Food and Cargo is a great fast-casual choice. You can sit and eat here, feasting on Roasted Endorian Chicken Salad, which has become a favorite among park goers. There’s also a spicy chicken dish and tuna with Siracha sauce. Your kids will have plenty to look at while you eat, but you can also place your mobile order ahead of time, so it’s ready when you get there.
Pro Tip: try the Outpost Puff for dessert. It’s a delightful mix of chocolate and pineapple with a little of that green milk mixed in.
The Oga S Cantina
No trip to Star Wars Galaxy’s Edge would be complete without a visit to the Oga S Cantina. If you are looking for a truly Star Wars-like experience, this is must-see.
The cantina is built to resemble a combination of the cantina from the original Star Wars movie with a little of the cantina from the Black Spire Outpost. No matter which type of cantina you think it looks like, it is an amazing view. You and your adult friends may want to gather here for a round of cantina beverages, or you may want to bring your kids for family fun.
The Oga S Cantina has small bites to eat, but the real showstoppers are the beverages. You can order different beverages depending on the time of day. For example, if you and your family are stopping by the cantina in the morning, you may want to try a Blue Bantha milk, or a Black Spire Brew filled with coffee. Pair that with some Five Blossom Bread, and you’re ready for the day!
If you’re there in the afternoon, we highly recommend you try the Olga’s Obsession, which is a Jello-like treat with an amazing cotton-candy flavor. You might also want to sample the meats and cheeses on the Happabore Sampler too.
The beverages are hard to beat in the afternoon. If you don’t want alcoholic beverages, why not try the Blurrgfire with a bit of habanero, or Moogan Tea with tea, chocolate milk, vanilla and cinnamon topped with whipped cream? When you’re ready for that beverage with alcohol, we recommend the Yub Nub with rum, or the vodka-infused Jedi Mind Trick.
How Can World Class VIP Help Your Visit to Galaxy’s Edge?And Get Some Great Galaxy’s Edge Snacks
As with all Disney attractions, seating, especially at the Oga S Cantina, is limited. You can make reservations ahead of time to limit the amount of time spent waiting. Also, the cantina has a time limit of 45 minutes per reservation. Most of the snack locations offer walk-up or mobile order services you can take advantage of as well.
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