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The Food & Bevvy Menu At Disneyland’s New Star Wars Park Is Off Its Chops

You may not have heard but Disneyland is undergoing a bit of a makeover this year. Don’t get ‘ya knickers in a knot, you’ll still experience the ridiculously OTT Disney decor including (but not limited to) Mickey and Minnie lamp shades, wallpapers and bed linen. It’s just that this year will feature a lot more Yub Nubs, Moogan Teas and Black Spire Brews…

Yes. It’s all part of Disney’s soon-to-be opened Star Wars: Galaxy’s Edge. Both the LA and Florida parks will open a Star Wars themed extension in May of this year. They’ve released a few sneak peaks of what the park will entail and we thought it was extremely necessary to talk about how absolutely berserkas they went with all the Star Wars themed snacks and bevvies.

Here’s the concept of the first ever Disneyland bar. 

They’re on some kind of chewbaccy tobaccy with inventions like…

Carbon Freeze, Oga’s Obsession & Cliff Dweller

Pictured from left to right, these are the kinds of non-alcoholic drinks you can expect to grab. They’re all available from Oga’s Cantina at Docking Bay 7 Food and Cargo.

Blue And Green Milk

The Outer Rim, Bespin Fizz, Yub Nub, and Fuzzy Tauntaun

Moogan Tea, Blue Bantha, Bloody Rancor, Black Spire Brew

Alright these are a little more up my alley. A merengue bone-shaped garnish is what I legit crave most Friday afternoons anytime after, let’s be honest here, 11am. Sign me up.

And for the food, get ‘ya mouths around this wholesome collection of Star Wars inspired tucker.

Ronto Wrap, Turkey Jerky, and Meiloorun Juice

Outpost Mix

Not your average salty popcorn. This is a beautiful concoction of sweet, savoury and flavours that are a wee bit spicy.

Braised Shaak Roast

Because frolicking around a theme park is really exhausting business and why not treat yourself to a boujee roast beef pot. I am drooling.

Image Source: Courtesy of Disney. 

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Kiah is a lover of anything to do with brunch, the outdoors and all types of wine and cheese combinations.

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