Menu

BREAKING: Menu for EPCOT’s Space 220 Restaurant just released!

EPCOT’s new Space 220 Restaurant opens next week, and Disney Parks has just released menus from the all-new outer-space-themed venue in the expanded Mission: SPACE pavilion.

The new restaurant boasts both daytime and nighttime “views” of earth from 220 miles above the surface, offering Guests an experience unlike any they’ve had at EPCOT before!

Items on the newly-revealed menu use names like “Lift-Off” appetizers and “Star Course” entrees, extending the theme of the restaurant to the food itself. Lunch and dinner will be served at Space 220.

Lunch

The Lunch Menu is out of this world and includes two courses. You can choose one Lift-Off appetizer and one Star Course entree.

Here are some of the choices:

Lift-Off appetizers

  • Big Bang Burrata
  • Starry Calamari
  • Blue Moon Cauliflower
  • Neptuna Tartare
  • Space Greens

Star Course entrees

  • Bluehouse Salmon
  • Centauri Burger
  • Flat Iron Steak
  • Seared Tuna
  • Baked Maccheroni

Dinner

Dinner at Space 220 consists of three courses. (Dessert, yum!) Choose one Lift-Off appetizer, one Star Course entree, and one Supernova Sweet.

Here are choices for dinner:

Lift-Offs appetizers

  • Big Bang Burrata
  • Starry Calamari
  • Blue Moon Cauliflower
  • Neptuna Tartare
  • Space Greens

Star Course entrees

  • 8 oz. Filet Mignon
  • Slow Rotation Short Rib
  • Florida Red Snapper
  • X2 Duck
  • Terra-Bolognese
  • Roasted Free-Range Chicken

Supernova Sweets 

  • Lemon Mousse
  • Sticky Toffee Pudding Cake
  • Chocolate Cheesecake

Space 220 opens to Guests on September 20. Who will you take on your out-of-this-world dinner trip?

About Becky

Rebekah ("Becky") lives in Dallas, Texas, with her family. She's a professional writer, journalist and children's author. She loves to write about all things Walt, Imagineering, Disney Parks news and events, parks history and architecture, Pixar and Disney animation. Between trips to Mickey's stomping grounds in Central Florida, Becky spends time with her four kids and her four shih-tsus and writes inspirational pieces, devotionals and children's books. Hey, if you dream it, you really can do it!