Space 220 Dining Review
Space 220 in Disney's Epcot Dining Review
In Disney World's Epcot in Orlando, Florida, you can eat in space at a cool interactive themed restaurant called Space 220. This is a fantastic experience for people of all ages. You’ll have to first get to space by way of a super fast elevator that takes you above clouds until you are in space looking over our beautiful earth.
Virtual Tip! Ask for a table in the middle of the restaurant so you can get the full view.
Peer through the windows of the spacecraft (AKA, the restaurant) and you’ll see astronauts and equipment sailing by.
The drinks are even space themed too. Try The Big Tang topped with astronaut ice cream. I also highly recommend The Atmospritz too. Delicious liqueur and mixers our poured over fluffy cotton candy table side. For dessert, I always love an Espresso Martini.
Non-alcoholic drinks are even more creative, served with pop rocks. (This is Disney after all.)
Keep in mind, the menu is subject to change every few month or so. At the time of our visit the cost for dinner was $79 per adult and $29 per child (3-9 years).
The starters include Neptune of Nicoise (delicious sushi grade tuna) and Buffalo Cauliflower (my top pick!)
For dinner, we enjoyed the Filet Mignon and Slow Rotation Short Ribs (very tender and not too fatty.)
Desserts were fanciful and fun. I loved the unique and fresh Coconut Panna Cotta (I'm still dreaming about it) and the Chocolate Cheesecake was also a big hit.
A Few Tips Before You Visit Space 220
So what's my final thought? I absolutely loved the experience and I thought my dinner selection was some of the best I had during the trip. My family enjoyed the Filet Mignon more at Be Our Guest, but they still thought it was excellent quality. It wasn't an inexpensive dinner but I still preferred the seating in the main restaurant over the lounge area. Also, the noise level was lower here then in some of the other Disney restaurants so it was a relaxing meal after being in the crowded park all day long.
Have you been to Space 220 in Epcot? I'd love to hear your thoughts!
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