Reservation and menu details for Space 220 coming soon to EPCOT

11 days ago in "Space 220 Restaurant"

Space 220 Concept art
Posted: Tuesday September 14, 2021 4:08pm ET by WDWMAGIC Staff

The wait is over, Disney has just announced that reservations will begin September 20 for EPCOT'S upcoming Space 220 restaurant.

Space 220 will be available for walk-ins from September 20 to September 26 2021, with reservations beginning September 27 2021 (available for booking from September 20).

Lunch is priced at $55 for adults, and includes one appetizer and one entree. Ages 9 and under is priced at $29 (for both lunch and dinner) and includes an entree, desert and beverage. Dinner is $79 for adults. See pictures of some of the food and drink in our Space 220 gallery.

Space 220 menus

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Ponderer27 minutes ago

I was in a WDW forum yesterday where dozens were quite seriously lamenting the tragic missed opportunity of making it a Wall-E restaurant. For those who have argued with me about why Disney is getting IP into everything when obviously no True Disney Fan wants that, I invite you to spend five minutes with THAT buzzsaw. :)

MisterPenguin1 hour ago

Then Disney could show the inside of the Edison. If you're comparing apples to apples...

Hawg G2 hours ago

They should have shown the inside of Toothsome, such an obvious thing.

Sir_Cliff5 hours ago

Honestly, though, that's part of what reads so weirdly about this snark. It's supposedly a theme park company laughing at another company for bothering to open a themed restaurant instead of just throwing up screens and playing sports because, after all, there's basically no difference, right? Sure, just an ill-judged joke and sometimes Uni's jabs at Disney are genuinely amusing, but I do think it's an indication that maybe they need to start reconsidering their brand's personality. This Tweet reads to me a self-own because it suggests Uni is where you go if you just want to eat in a sports bar with giant screens and not bother with all that theming nonsense while Disney is where you go if you want a highly-themed dining experience. In other words, it's clear which is the higher-end product in the theme park market here. Maybe, though, they do want to position themselves as the park for those who do kind of roll their eyes at Disney's efforts at theming and prefer more straightforward thrills.

SteveAZee7 hours ago

You're right... had to Google it. Thanks!

peter114357 hours ago

That’s beef…

SteveAZee8 hours ago

I think the "Short Rib Sliders" count for that. :)

MisterPenguin8 hours ago

They'll be simulating a "something's gone wrong" scenario when they suddenly drop the restaurant 20 feet down into the Horizon's sinkhole.

SoFloMagic12 hours ago

But no 3d glasses becase chapek cut the budget

Movielover13 hours ago

I agree with everything you have said, I just also want to point out everything going on with the third act of that ride during the "flying" segments where the tower sets flanking the screens move in sync with the films, and then once again when the Scoop vehicle is "flipped" vertically. The way all the effects in that scene are combined to really make you feel like you are changing axis and floating upwards is very effective! I know there are no AA's in that ride, just moving set pieces but it always seemed more than a screen ride to me. It's just that good!

dmw2 days ago

I wonder if the space 220 view will ever include... :cautious: Pigs in Space! 😄

flynnibus2 days ago

Can you see SSE from space?

MisterPenguin2 days ago

"There's literally everything in space!"

Magicart872 days ago

"There's plenty of space out in space!" - from WALL-E