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Friday, August 13, 2021

New restaurant Space 220 lands at Orlando's Epcot in September

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click to enlarge The Glow Zone at Space 220 - PHOTO COURTESY WALT DISNEY WORLD RESORT
  • Photo courtesy Walt Disney World Resort
  • The Glow Zone at Space 220
A new restaurant is set to feed hungry Epcot attendees and it promises to be out of this world. Space 220 — you can probably guess the theme — will open its airlock in mid-September.

Located in the orbit of the Mission: SPACE attraction at the Epcot theme park, Space 220 is a collaboration between Executive Chef Marc Kusche and Disney Imagineers to create an immersive dining experience inside "a celestial panorama of a space station."

You won't find any turkey legs in a toothpaste tube on the menu here. Instead, Space 220 will feature "upscale, contemporary fare" with a two-course prix fixe menu for lunch, and three-course prix fixe options for dinner, as well as wine and "atmospheric" cocktails.

For the young or young-at-heart out there, Disney posted a quick teaser on TikTok:


🚨SNEAK PEEK!🚨 Here’s your first look at Space 220 coming soon! #DisneyWorld50 #Disney #DisneyParks #DisneyWorld #EPCOT #Space #Restaurant

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