In an amusement park in a not-so-far-away galaxy, you can enjoy Star Wars-themed dishes. There is a new addition to this year’s upcoming Star Wars Weekends at Disney World’s Hollywood Studios in Orlando.
The seventh movie, Star Wars: The Force Awakens, still has several months before it is released, but some visitors can start the release party early by taking a trip to the Rebel Hangar, or Star Wars Lounge. Those who choose to dine here can order from a menu of completely Star Wars-themed foods. The photo above is of the Chips & Sith, a red pepper coulis with black sesame seed dust and served with corn chips.
The Huffington Post reports that the Rebel Hangar will be open on certain weekends throughout May and June. Star Wars Weekends also includes character interactions and a Jedi Training Academy for the younger visitors.
For the adults in the Hollywood Studios park, there will also be alcoholic beverages served at this Star Wars restaurant, and of course, they are aptly named. There will be Tatooine Sunset, Dagobah Swamp, and Alderaan Ale Juice, just to name a few.
The official Star Wars website has the lowdown on some of the exciting menu items.
“· Pilot’s Pomme Frites – These are tossed with Parmesan cheese, garlic and parsley with a garlic aioli for dipping
· Ensalada Naboo – seared chicken breast, bibb lettuce, grape tomatoes, watermelon radish, almond frica, and a parmesan-peppercorn ranch dressing
· Crispy Chicken and Waffles = The Dark Fried – served with maple syrup and sweet barbecue sauce
· Trio of Thermal Detonators – spicy pork wings topped with spicy piquillo-pepper sauce and slaw”
Don’t worry, they did not forget desert on their menus. Guests can choose from the Yoda Lime Cake or a trio of mini cupcakes that feature the flavors of chocolate, nuts, and salted caramel. The choice is easy on this one, mainly because the Yoda Lime Cake is just so darn cute.
If the whole Star Wars dining experience isn’t your thing, the park will offer other treats, such as the Jabba the Hut and Yoda cupcake at various eateries around the park. But if you are going for Star Wars Weekend, why not go all out?
If you are really into the immersive experience, you could try the “Jedi Mickey’s Star Wars Dine at Hollywood & Vine and Star Wars Dine-In Galactic Breakfast.”
Will you be heading out to Hollywood Studios for Star Wars Weekends? Is so, are you planning on stopping by the Rebel Hangar?
[Images via StarWars.com]