Star Wars Galaxy’s Edge Dining Menus Released for Hollywood Studios

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Oga's Cantina

Walt Disney World fans all over the galaxy have been anxiously awaiting the details on the newest disturbance in the force: Galaxy’s Edge. With the opening date set for August 29th of this year, the wait is almost over and guests are ready to plan their first journey to a galaxy far far away. That brings up an important question: what will one eat during their stay? There are a total of five locations to access food or drink in this new sector of Hollywood Studios. Just read ahead for your comprehensive guide to the newly released menus for restaurants in Galaxy’s Edge.

Docking Bay 7 – Food and Cargo is a quick-service restaurant with a roomy atmosphere, perfect for parking your speeder while you fuel up. They offer a wide array of exotic options.

Breakfast entrées:

•Eggs, sausage, potato hash, and sweet roll

•Overnight oats

•Sweet roll

Kids’ breakfast:

•Egg, potatoes, fruit, with drink

Lunch and dinner entrées:

•Beef pot roast

•Sticky pork ribs

•Shrimp and noodle salad

•Fried chicken

•Plant-based meatloaf

•Salad with marinated chicken

Kids’ Disney Check Meals:

•Chilled shrimp and noodles

•Black bean hummus with vegetables and crackers

Kids’ Meal:

•Fried chicken, macaroni and cheese


•Chocolate cake

•Raspberry crème puff


•Passionfruit kombucha

•”Moof” juice

•Tea and lemonade with pear

•Coca-Cola products

•Bottled water


•Chocolate milk

•Apple juice

Oga’s Cantina is the watering hole we’ve known since Star Wars began. Here, guests will have an opportunity to mingle with other travelers and enjoy the music, as they refresh themselves with a variety of beverages and snacks.

Alcoholic beverages:

•Bloody Rancor

•Spiran Caf

Alcohol-free drinks:

•Blue Bantha

•Black Spire Brew

•Moogan Tea

•Tarine Tea

•Apple juice

•Orange juice

Hot beverages:

•Café Latte

•Double Espresso



•Overnight oats

•Sweet roll

Ronto Roasters is the perfect stop for meat-lovers. Visitors will eat with a view of the pitmaster droid, turning the spit of meat as it’s cooked by an old podracer.

Breakfast entrées:

•Egg and sausage wrap

•Overnight oats

All-day entrées:

•Pork and pork sausage wrap

•Sweet turkey jerky

•Spicy turkey jerky


•Meiloorun Juice

•Sour Sarlacc

•Tatooine Sunset

•Coca-Cola products

•Bottled water

•Chocolate milk

Kat Saka’s Kettle is a quick service stall that offers an irresistible specialty snack: Outpost Mix. It’s a sweet and savory popcorn you can carry with you as you explore Batuu.

Last, but certainly not least, is the Milk Stand. Every Star Wars fan will want their chance to try blue milk and this is the place to get it. You can order either the Blue Milk or the Green milk here, although why not try both?

With all the options available at Hollywood Studios’ Galaxy’s Edge, guests may wonder where to even begin their culinary journey. There really isn’t a bad place to start, just as long as you don’t stop!

Allison Luna

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