Construction is moving along on the new Space 220 restaurant at Epcot. While the opening date has not been announced at this time the structure is taking shape. As part of an addition to the Mission to Mars area, the new dining experience will reside between Mission Space and Test Track.
The photos show progress, but it is still too early to tell exactly what the exterior of the building will look like in the space. We do know that with over 350 seats planned for the location it will be much more spacious than a cramped command module.
The entire dining experience will surely be out of this world. From the reported blast off in the elevator to the proposed spaceship dining room, diners may feel like astronauts. This restaurant will offer sweeping views of the galaxy with a 250-foot long screen stretched through the dining room allowing us all to dine in the vastness of outer space while keeping our feet safely on Earth.
The concept for the restaurant is from Patina Group. The same group who handles operations for Epcot and Disney Springs restaurant favorites Via Napoli, Tutto Italia, The Edison, Morimoto Asia, and Maria & Enzo’s Ristorante. With the fantastic theming of the existing restaurants at the Walt Disney World resort, we can only anticipate Space 220 will be like nothing we have ever experienced.
Whether you are waiting for a seat on the space shuttle or just wanting to experience space without having to do so much training, Space 220 will have you practicing your best“10-4 Houston”!
Stay tuned, we will be posting updates as they become available.
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