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Tuesday, May 19, 2015

The food is adorable at Rebel Hangar: A Star Wars Lounge Experience

Posted By on Tue, May 19, 2015 at 5:32 PM

Star Wars Weekends at Disney's Hollywood Studios started on May 15, and this year the park offered guests a chance to dine in a Disney-themed eatery called the Rebel Hangar: A Star Wars Lounge Experience. It's a place to hang out and (hopefully) run into some Star Wars characters, like Jawa and Wookies, while dining on Star Wars-themed light bites and cocktails. The restaurant is open through June 14. Reservations are going to be needed. Even though this isn't a full restaurant, it's proven to be insanely popular – so popular that Disney has opened it during the week, as well as during Star Wars Weekends. Book online or by calling 407-WDW-DINE.

But even better, check out the super-cute food available at the eatery:



 
click to enlarge Mini Yoda key lime cake - VIA WALT DISNEY WORLD
  • via Walt Disney World
  • Mini Yoda key lime cake

click to enlarge The Dark Fried chicken and waffles - VIA WALT DISNEY WORLD
  • via Walt Disney World
  • The Dark Fried chicken and waffles




click to enlarge Illum fruit and cheese sabers - VIA WALT DISNEY WORLD
  • via Walt Disney World
  • Illum fruit and cheese sabers


Want more photos? Check out this gallery of pics from Rebel Hangar: A Star Wars Lounge Experience




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