Disneyworld, Florida

Space 220 is an out of this world dining experience located in the EPCOT park of Walt Disney World right next to the Mission to Mars ride.

Guest dining at Space 220 will be whisked away 220 miles above EPCOT to the Centauri Space Station for a meal full of futuristic dining options and spacetacular views.

You’ll check in at the desk and be given a boarding pass.

Ten wait to board your space elevator and be taken straight to the space station.

Then you’ll be escorted into the dining area.

Once seated you’ll enjoy a full panoramic view of outer space.

You’ll have a multicourse meal and chose your meal from a prix fix menu that includes a starter, main course and dessert.

The menu is a QR code but you can also request a paper menu if you’d like.

We enjoyed our Space Greens starter…

Our main courses of Filet Mignon

and X2 Duck…

Oh and if you have picky eaters don’t skip this dining experience. As is true with almost all Disney sit down restaurants you can always ask for chicken tenders, mac and chesse and french fries.

Make sure you save some room for the desserts. We had strawberry gelato…

and cheesecake…

You can also additionally get cocktails and non alcoholic specialty drinks. We got the Moon Rocks drink which was coconut, bluecotton candy syrup and lemonade with some pop rocks. We loved taking a drink and eating a couple of pop rocks at the same time.

Pros of this dining experience….

*the ride to the space station

*the unique food options and the meals were exceptionally good

*the views…nothing like seeing an astronaut take a selfie with you or play with light sabers

*the special space trading cards for the kiddos (or ask!)

Cons of this dining experience…

*it’s an extremally hard reservation to get so tell your travel agent in advance.

*the price…it’s an expensive prix fix menu

If you’d like to have the experience without the price tag you can have your agent book a lounge seat. he seats are not as comfortable but you can have the experience and kids are allowed to sit at the bar. I especially loved all the nods to retro EPCOT throughout the restaurant too.

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