Not only does Star Wars: Galaxy’s Edge feature new rides, locations, and immersive Star Wars experiences. The new park expansion also features Star Wars food. That’s right — food (and drinks) from the Star Wars universe, now available for your consumption in Disneyland, and later to Disney’s Hollywood Studios on Aug. 29.
One of the biggest announcements to come out of Disneyland’s Star Wars: Galaxy’s Edge wasn’t anything to do with the rides or the immersive experiences. This one was just for the adults descending upon the smuggler’s output: Galaxy’s Edge would be the first land at Disneyland to serve alcohol.
Pour one out, rebels.
To be fair, Galaxy’s Edge doesn’t only serve alcoholic beverages; they just happen to be a big draw. But there are plenty of other Star Wars beverages filling the stalls and cantinas of the planet Batuu.
Kat Saka’s Kettle
Amidst the bustling marketplace, guests will find a colorful popcorn blend unique to the Star Wars world. The snack has a savory sweet taste, both salty and fruity. We found it a bit addictive, the thing that you blindly pick at while waiting in line, until it’s suddenly gone. A pouch runs you $6.49.
Docking Bay 7 Food and Cargo
According to Galaxy’s Edge’s in-world lore, famous chef Chef Strono “Cookie” Tuggs owns this mobile restaurant, in which he travels across the galaxy and cooks up delicious meals. This is the main dining location in Star Wars Land and thus features the most expansive menu, with options for breakfast, lunch, and dinner that all range between $12.99-$18.99.
Breakfast includes an egg bite called the Bright Suns Morning, an oatmeal concoction with dragon fruit called the Rising Moons Overnight Oats, and a “sweet galactic delight” called the Mustafarian Lava Roll.
Lunch features Smoked Kaadu Ribs (pork ribs), Fried Endorian Tip-yip (crispy chicken with roasted vegetable potato mash), (chilled shrimp with marinated noodles), Felucian Garden Spread (Kefta with hummus in a pita), and Roasted Endorian Tip-Yip Salad (a chicken salad). We really enjoyed the Felucian Garden Spread, a light and refreshing dish that doesn’t really have a contemporary in the rest of the park’s culinary options.
The dinner menu includes the Smoked Kaduu Ribs, Friend Endorian Tip-yip, Yobshrimp Noodle Salad, and the Roasted Endorian Tip-yip Salad, as well as the Ithorian Garden Loaf (a vegetable based meatloaf) and Braised Shaak Roast (beef pot roast).
Desserts — available at both lunch and dinner — include the Oi-oi Puff (a raspberry cream puff) and the Batuu-bon (chocolate cake). The Batuu-bon’s more of a sweet milk chocolate treat. It has a neat little chocolate token that rests on top of it’s shiny, round, gooey exterior.
The main dining location in the land also features various themed drinks like Moof Juice, Phattro, and Batuubucha Tea — along with Black Caf (aka regular ol’ coffee with a Star Wars zinger for a name).
This dining location the first in Disneyland to serve alcohol. Within the park lore, Og’s Cantina is a notorious hotbed of smugglers and less than savory citizens.
Alcoholic drinks, ranging from $14-$15, will include Jedi Mind Trick, the Outer Rim, T-18 Skyhopper, Fuzzy Tauntaun, Dagobah Slug Slinger, Bespin Fizz, Jet Juice, and Yub Nub (which comes with an exclusive Endor mug, hiking up the price to $42). Morning variations include Spiran Caf and Bloody Rancor (spiked coffee and a Bloody Mary-esque concoction respectively).
Various beers, wines, and ciders are available on tap, range from $12-$13, and all sport Star Wars names. The beers are Gold Squadron Lager, White Wampa Ale, Gamorrean Ale, and Bad Motivator IPA, with Spice Runner cider. The wine is Toniray and Imperial Guard.
Non-alcoholic drinks (all $6-$7.50) include Hyperdrive, Jabba’s Juice, Blurrgfire, Carbon Freeze, Cliff Dweller (which comes with an exclusive Porg mug), Oga’s Obsession, and Blue Bantha. Breakfast drinks include Black Spire Brew, Moogan Tea, and Tarine Tea. If you’re going the non-alcoholic route, we vouch for the Carbon Freeze which takes inspiration from passion fruit bubble tea with pearls.
In addition to its robust drink menu, Oga’s also has one food option during the day, a snack mix called Batuu Bites. Breakfast food includes Mustafarian Lava Roll and Rising Moons Overnight Oats.
The barbeque meat inside the Ronto Wraps is cooked up on a large pod racing engine.
The morning menu includes the $12.49 Ronto Morning Wrap — scrambled eggs, cheese, peppercorn sauce wrapped in pita — as well as Rising Moons Overnight Oats ($6.99). The regular Ronto Wrap, made up of roasted pork, grilled sausage, and slaw, will be available all day for $12.99. Nuna Turkey Jerky is also available at Ronto’s. A collision of familiar foods — hotdog, pork sandwich, and gyro — we like how the salty fat of the meat mixes with the vinegary slaw. Our pita did a commendable job of not getting soggy.
The barbeque joint also features non-alcoholic beverages like the Sour Sarlacc, the Tatooine Sunset, and Meiloorun Juices.
The Milk Stand
Ever wanted to try the ... Green Milk that Luke Skywalker obtained from a creature in The Last Jedi? Or the Blue Milk he served during a family meal during A New Hope? Now you can for $7.99. What can we say? Luke Skywalker really likes his calcium.
The Blue Milk has a fruity, unexpected taste. We like it! The Green Milk... maybe just stick with the Blue Milk! You can read more about the Milk Stand in our Blue Milk review.