The morning started with an official opening celebration featuring Walt Disney World Ambassador Ali Manion, Mickey & Minnie, and Delaware North.
The restaurant is located to the right of the entrance to Mission: SPACE, with the check in counter located before entering.
From there, you enter a lobby area, where Jeremiah was given a boarding pass.
The Space 220 experience begins as you board one of two “Space Elevators” that will transport you 220 miles above Earth to the Centauri Space Station with an incredible view. One of the cool features will be if it’s raining on earth, you can expect to see storms as you launch in the “elevator.”
Once docked, you will head to the Centauri Space Station-themed dining area, featuring panoramic views of Earth along with a variety of work and leisure activities taking place outside.
Restroom signs are themed, and have announcements saying that restrooms in space work the same as on earth.
The restaurant offers a two-course prix fixe menu for lunch ($55 per person) and a three-course prix fixe menu for dinner ($79 per person), featuring appetizers, main entrées, desserts, sides, and more. A kids prix fixe menu is available for lunch and dinner for $29. A lounge menu is also available.
Jeremiah started with the Centauri Caesar Salad (Miniature Romaine, Classic Caesar Dressing, Parmigiano Reggiano) and Blue Moon Cauliflower (Tempura Fried Cauliflower, Housemade Hot Sauce, Blue Cheese Dust).
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Jeremiah was able to try the “Moon Rocks” zero-proof cocktail (non-alcoholic) which features Coconut, Blue Cotton Candy Syrup, Lemonade, Moon Dust, and Moon Rocks. The non-alcoholic cocktail normally costs $12.
Here is a look at the collectible cup available when you order the Moon Rocks or Lightyear Lemonade drinks.
With the purchase of any zero proof (non-alcoholic) cocktail or children’s meal, Guests receive a pack of Space 220 trading cards, designed exclusively for the restaurant.
The limited-edition packs feature original artwork and trivia facts about space exploration, food in space, and the innovations at Space 220 Restaurant.
Here is a look at the Centauri Burger (Signature Beef Blend, White Cheddar Cheese, Bacon, Shredded Lettuce, Tomatoes, Fried Potato Wedges, Sriracha Aioli).
The Galactic Lobster Globe ($18) is a supplemental offering you can order which includes Maine Lobster Salad, Quinoa, Bulgur Wheat, Avocado, Lettuce, Mango, Citrus Dressing, and Crispy Wonton.
For dessert, Jeremiah enjoyed the Lemon Mousse ($14) which features a Lemon Mousse Sphere adorned with White Chocolate Rings, Lemon Custard, Glazed Blueberries, and Lemon Curd.
Once your experience ends, you can get a “Space Elevator” back down to earth.
Space 220 will be available for walk-ups only from September 20 through September 26. Reservations can be made for the location September 20 for dates starting on September 27.