Menus and reservation windows are expanding at Galaxy's Edge

October 14, 2019, 6:58 PM · Here's a follow-up on a couple of upcoming changes at Disneyland that we told you about earlier this year.

First, Disneyland will expand the advance reservation window for its speciality experiences inside Star Wars: Galaxy's Edge to 60 days, starting next week. We told you last July when Disneyland opened a 14-day window for booking times at Oga's Cantina and Savi's Handbuilt Lightsabers that the window eventually would expand to the same 60 days that Disneyland allows for other restaurant and merchandise experiences at the resort. That new 60-day window, which also applies to Droid Depot, opens October 21. Make your reservations via links on the Disneyland website.

Disneyland today also revealed some more of those plant-based dishes that it promised when the company announced an expansion of its vegan menus at Disneyland and Walt Disney World last month. Docking Bay 7 Food & Cargo will be getting a new plant-based meal for kids (oh, sorry, I meant younglings), featuring a bao bun with a Garden Patty, served with roasted carrots, house sauce, and an orange.

Ronto Roasters is getting a Ronto-less Garden Wrap, with a plant-based sausage, kimchi slaw, sweet pickled cucumber, and Gochujang spread.

Ronto-less Garden Wrap
Photo courtesy Disney

Not all the new menu items are plant-based, however. Disney also is adding cinnamon-sugar-dusted pork rinds as a side dish on the Ronto Roasters menu... thus blowing the minds of Disney fans on keto or Atkins diets. ("Disney has pork rinds! Finally, yay! Uh... wait.") There also will be a new charcuterie plate coming to Oga's Cantina and chocolate and Crait Red Salt popcorn at Kat Saka’s Kettle.

The new items hit Galaxy's Edge menus on Wednesday.

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October 15, 2019 at 11:23 AM

My daughter would be into the new wrap, not sure about the kimchi though...

October 15, 2019 at 3:34 PM

Some of the most positive remarks I have heard about Galaxy's Edge have been regarding their food and beverage offerings (the blue milk: wonderful/awful debate notwithstanding). It's a shame that they decided to axe the full service restaurant experience.

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