New food, 60-day reservations at Galaxy’s Edge in Disneyland

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Star Wars Galaxy's Edge Oga's Cantina

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Planners rejoice! New 60-day reservations and an enhanced assortment of menu items are coming to Star Wars: Galaxy’s Edge at Disneyland Resort.

Consistent with the standard practice for booking reservations at restaurants around the Disneyland Resort, Oga’s Cantina will begin taking reservations 60 days in advances of guests’ visits on October 21. Additional experiences on Batuu will also begin taking reservations 60 days out at this time, including lightsaber building at Savi’s Workshop and custom droid design at Droid Depot.

New reservations made for experiences in Star Wars: Galaxy’s Edge will follow the standard practices currently in place at the resort (including fees for no-shows when reservations are not cancelled in advance).

Both Savi’s Workshop and Droid Depot are popular experiences that have the potential to be booked during your visit, so advanced reservations are highly recommended. While Oga’s Cantina occasionally offers some guests access with walk-up availability, it is one of the most sought after Star Wars Galaxy’s Edge Dining locations so reservations are now suggested to ensure you get in without too much of a wait.

Oga's Cantina in Star Wars: Galaxy's Edge
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Star Wars fans can book all of these experiences prior to leaving home on the official Disneyland Resort website or by using the Disneyland app. If you are looking for a reservation in Black Spire Outpost and you do not see anything available at first glance- keep checking the app. Guests modify an cancel reservations all the time, so it never hurts to see if something opens up!

Now if you need motivation to book those reservations, we’ve got you covered with a peek at some of the new food options coming to Oga’s Cantina and Docking Bay 7.

Beginning on October 16, a new charcuterie board will grace the menu at Oga’s Cantina. (Think of this shareable snack as the more streamlined version of the former “secret menu” variety of charcuterie in Galaxy’s Edge.) The plate, called the Happabore Sampler, comes with a variety of cured means, artisan cheeses, and pickled and preserved treats alongside crackers for some added crunch. It’s easily shareable and should perfectly complement drinks like the Yub Nub and Outer Rim on your next stop at the Cantina.

Docking Bay 7
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Docking Bay 7 will soon be launching an all-new kids’ menu option with the Garden Patty Bun. This nutritious meal comes with a bao bun flavored with the house sauce, with sides of fresh seasonal vegetables and a mandarin orange.

Another vegan option is making its debut at Ronto Roasters. The Ronto-less Garden Wrap is entirely plant-based with vegan sausage, a spicy kimchi slaw, sweet pickled cucumbers, and Gochujang spread wrapped up in one of Ronto’s freshly warmed pitas.

For a quick snack at Ronto Roasters, Kyryll Pork Rinds are another new edition to the Star Wars dining scene coming on October 16. This sweet and savory treat comes coated with cinnamon-sugar and is served in a special souvenir MSE-6 Series Repair Droid sipper.

A close up of a sandwich sitting on top of a table
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And finally, for all you Star Wars fans who love chocolate, Kat Saka’s Kettle will soon be offering chocolate popcorn! Dusted with Crait Red Salt, imported directly from the planet Crait, now an outpost of resistance forces), adding just the right balance to this sweet and salty treat.

If your mouth is watering and you’re getting ready to plan your next trip to Batuu, be sure to factor these new options into your next Disneyland vacation. All of these new snacks are exclusive to Star Wars: Galaxy’s Edge at the Disneyland Resort, so if Disney’s Hollywood Studios is your home park it may be time to start planning a trip west!

A plate of food on a table
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While visiting Black Spire Outpost on both coasts, remember you can avoid waiting in line by mobile ordering at Docking Bay 7, Ronto Roasters, and the Milk Stand, along with a number of additional locations around Disneyland and Disney’s California Adventure.

Between mobile ordering and the new 60-day reservations for Star Wars: Galaxy’s Edge, exploring the newest land at the Disneyland Resort just became even easier! We’re thrilled to plan on spending less time in line and more time exploring Batuu on our next visit to the Disneyland Resort (and we can’t wait to try that charcuterie plate!).

Ready to try the newest eats at Star Wars: Galaxy’s Edge? Contact Academy Travel, Inside the Magic’s preferred Disney vacation planners for assistance with everything from booking your accommodations to getting your reservations at Oga’s Cantina. Click here for a free, no obligation quote, and have a Blue Milk for us!

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