(Updated throughout) Disney tonight revealed the names of its food and merchandise locations in its upcoming Star Wars: Galaxy's Edge lands.
Star Wars: Galaxy's Edge opens this summer at Disneyland and this fall at Disney's Hollywood Studios in the Walt Disney World Resort. The 14-acre lands are set on the planet Batuu, in a place called Black Spire Outpost. The Resistance has set up camp on the edge of this once-abandoned settlement, which long ago served as a waystation on sub-hyperspace trade routes. But where the Resistance goes, the First Order is soon to follow.
Everything in the lands is designed to adhere to the theme of a faraway rebel outpost, so you won't find souvenirs, food, and drinks that you can get in any mall back here on Earth. All the items for sale in Galaxy's Edge will be designed exclusively for the land. The stores will include:
Dok-Ondar's Den of Antiquities, selling "ancient Jedi and Sith artifacts, holocrons, lightsabers, and more."
The Droid Depo, where you can design and build your own astromech droid.
Savi’s Workshop, where you can design and build your own lightsaber.
Resistance Supply, with hats, pins, badges and other Resistance supplies and souvenirs.
First Order Cargo, ditto, but for the baddies.
Additional merchandise stalls will include:
The restaurants of Galaxy's Edge will include:
Milk Stand, serving what's probably the most famous food or beverage item associated with the Star Wars films: the Blue and Green milk from the original and most recent movies.
Ronto's Roasters, serving meats roasted over an old podracer engine, including the Ronto Wrap, filled with spiced grilled sausage and roasted pork.
Kat Saka's Kettle, a popcorn stand serving the "Outpost Mix," a "sweet and salty popcorn snack with a hint of spice."
The main restaurant in Galaxy's Edge will be the counter service Docking Bay 7 Food and Cargo. It's the home of Chef Strono "Cookie" Tuggs, the former chef at Maz Kanata's castle on Takodana from The Force Awakens. Here's the menu from Disney:
Oga's Cantina (previously announced) will serve alcohol drinks entitled Bespin Fizz, Bloody Rancor, Dagobah Slug Slinger, Fuzzy Tauntaun, Jedi Mind Trick, Jet Juice, The Outer Rim, Spriran Caf, T-16 Skyhopper, and Yub Nub, and non-alcohol drinks Black Spire Brew, Blue Bantha, Carbon Freeze, Cliff Dweller, Hyperdrive Punch It!, Jabba Juice, Moogan Tea, and Tarine Tea.
The land's two attractions, which were previously announced, will be:
Star Wars: Rise of the Resistance — A motion-base dark ride that will take new Resistance recruits aboard a First Order Star Destroyer, from which they will have to elude Kylo Ren and General Hux, then escape back to Black Spire Outpost. The 11-minute ride (according to non-official inside sources) will include animatronics of Kylo Ren and General Hux and multiple screens, with extensively decorated pre- and post-ride scenes.
Millennium Falcon: Smugglers Run — An interactive motion-base experience where teams of six will have to work together to fly the Millennium Falcon on a perhaps-not-completely-above-board mission. You will sit in the cockpit of the Falcon as you try to complete your assignments, under the instruction of Hondo Ohnaka and Chewbacca.
(Here is a look at the animatronics that Walt Disney Imagineering is working on for the Falcon ride.)
If you sign into the Disney Parks app before you ride, your performance on Smugglers Run will influence how the characters in the land might respond to you on the rest of your visit. The app will include a role-playing game that allows you to take on tasks for the First Order or the Resistance, allowing you to interact with characters and locations throughout the land.
Keep reading for more news about Disney's Star Wars lands, here on Theme Park Insider later this week.Tweet
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