Space 220 is a go. Finally. Epcot’s space-themed restaurant was supposed to open in 2020. And, well, you know what happened. After the most understandable delay ever, guests will finally have their chance to ride an elevator into space and try some futuristic fare.

Space 220 Opening Date

Space 220 opens on September 20 at Epcot

Where is Space 220 located?

Space 220 is located near Mission: SPACE in the eastern portion of Epcot’s Future World. This area of the park will soon be renamed World Discovery.

When can I make reservations / ADRs for Space 220?

For the first week (September 20-26), Space 220 will be walk-up only. Space 220 will start using reservations starting September 27. Guests can start booking advanced dining reservations starting September 20 for Sept 27 and beyond. Reservations are “strongly recommended.”

What is the food like at Space 220?

Space 220 will offer “upscale, contemporary fare.” Dishes look to feature a unique and ultramodern presentation. The restaurant will offer a two-course prix fixe menu for lunch and a three course prix fixe menu for dinner.

How much will a meal at Space 220 cost? What is the menu?

Space 220 Lunch Menu – 2 Course Prix Fixe – $55

Space 220 Food - LunchIncludes one Lift-Off appetizer and one Star Course entrée

Lift-Offs

  • Big Bang Burrata
  • Starry Calamari
  • Blue Moon Cauliflower
  • Neptuna Tartare
  • Space Greens

Star Course

  • Bluehouse Salmon
  • Centauri Burger
  • Flat Iron Steak
  • Seared Tuna
  • Baked Maccheroni

Kids Lunch – Includes Entree, Dessert, and Drink – $29

Star Course

  • Space-ghetti
  • Galactic Salmon
  • Cosmic Chicken
  • Smashed Burger
  • Mission Macaroni

Supernova Sweets

  • Cosmic Cupcake
  • Gelato Scoop
  • Sorbet

Space 220 Dinner Menu – 3 Course Prix Fixe – $79

Space 220 Dinner

Space 220 MealIncludes one Lift-Off appetizer, one Star Course entrée, and one Supernova Sweet

Lift-Offs

  • Big Bang Burrata
  • Starry Calamari
  • Blue Moon Cauliflower
  • Neptuna Tartare
  • Space Greens

Star Course

  • 8 oz. Filet Mignon
  • Slow Rotation Short Rib
  • Florida Red Snapper
  • X2 Duck
  • Terra-Bolognese
  • Roasted Free-Range Chicken

Supernova Sweets 

  • Lemon Mousse
  • Sticky Toffee Pudding Cake
  • Chocolate Cheesecake

Kids Dinner – Includes Entree, Dessert, and Drink – $29

Star Course

  • Space-ghetti
  • Galactic Salmon
  • Cosmic Chicken
  • Steak & Space Fries
  • Mission Macaroni

Supernova Sweets

  • Cosmic Cupcake
  • Gelato Scoop
  • Sorbet

Is there a lounge?

Space 220 Drinks

Space 220 also features a lounge, which includes a completely different food menu as well as a lineup of cosmic concoctions.

Space 220 Lounge Menu

Flight Bites

  • Astro Deviled Eggs
  • Starry Calamari
  • Blue Moon Cauliflower
  • Chicken on Waffle
  • Short Rib Sliders
  • New England Lobster Roll

Atmospheric Spirits

  • Celestial Cosmopolitan
  • Jupiter Fizz
  • Stargarita
  • The Big Tang
  • The Nebula
  • Red Star
  • Planetary Punch
  • Atmospritz

The lounge will also offer wine and beer.

Does Space 220 really go to space?

Space 220 puts guests in a simulated “space elevator” that travels 220 miles above Orlando. But if the notion of blasting off through the atmosphere makes you nervous, no need to worry. Everything in Space 220 is simulated through high definition screens. You will be dining firmly planted on earth, but hopefully the experience and flavors will take you out of this world.

Space 220 Elevator

Space 220 Interior

 

Here’s a preview of the interior

@disneyparks 🚨SNEAK PEEK!🚨 Here’s your first look at Space 220 coming soon! #DisneyWorld50 #Disney #DisneyParks #DisneyWorld #EPCOT #Space #Restaurant ♬ original sound – Disney Parks

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James

James is a lifelong Disney Parks fan. While at the parks, he loves finding new details, learning more about Disney World history, and taking pictures. His favorite WDW attractions include Spaceship Earth, Tower of Terror, and Star Tours.
James is a filmmaker and writer based in Los Angeles.

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