When Walt Disney's theme park attraction Star Wars: Galaxy's Edge opens at May 31 at Disneyland Park in Anaheim, California and August 29 at Walt Disney World Resort in Orlando, in addition to rides and shops, there will be intergalactic cantina dining experiences with themed food and drinks.
The Star Wars-themed areas will feature Oga's Cantina, a restaurant meant to resemble the space cantinas seen in movie installments like 1977's "Star Wars: A New Hope" and 2015's "The Force Awakens."
Its menu includes "exotic concoctions" like the "Bloody Rancor," an alcoholic drink that is the park's take on a Bloody Mary, but with a reference to one of the "Star Wars" universe's most terrifying monsters (the drink is even served with a bone garnish made of meringue).
Other alcoholic cocktails served at the cantina include the Outer Rim, the Bespin Fizz, the Yub Nub and the Fuzzy Tauntaun — with the latter being a take on the citrus-y Fuzzy Navel cocktail that features peach, orange and tangerine flavors while offering a nod to the tauntaun, the domesticated creature that Han Solo famously cut open in "Star Wars: The Empire Strikes Back."
The cantina will also serve non-alcoholic drinks like Moogan Tea (iced tea) and the Black Spire Brew (a cold brew coffee drink).
Meanwhile, "Star Wars" fans visiting Galaxy's Edge can also cruise over to the Milk Stand at the Black Spire Outpost market, where they'll be able to quench their thirst with the parks' takes on the Blue Milk and Green Milk that Luke Skywalker drinks on screen. In real life, those colorful drinks will be closer to soft-frozen, fruit-flavored smoothies.
And, if park visitors are hungry for more than just sci-fi action, then Galaxy's Edge will also offer a menu full of "Star Wars"-themed food options, including a pork dish called Smoked Kaadu Ribs that claims to be sourced from a wingless avian creature found on the fictional planet of Naboo.
Another featured dish will be the Fried Endorian Tip-Yip, a fried chicken dish named after a species of bird found on the moon Endor (where the Ewoks lived in 1983's "Return of the Jedi").
Disney acquired the "Star Wars" franchise as part of its $4 billion purchase of Lucasfilm from director George Lucas in 2012. Since then, the company has released a string of new "Star Wars" films that have already grossed nearly $5 billion at the box office.
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