Today, as we made our way around Star Wars: Galaxy’s Edge in Disney’s Hollywood Studios, we were also craving something to drink that would keep us warm and toasty, so we stopped by Ronto Roasters and were FINALLY able to try some of the NEW and very elusive Spiced Surabat Cider that we had been trying to find for quite a while!
‘Tis the season… for specialty seasonal offerings all over Walt Disney World! And that’s no less true on Black Spire Outpost — also known as Star Wars: Galaxy’s Edge.
We were very excited to find a mention of a Seasonal Offering newly listed on the online menu for Docking Bay 7 Food and Cargo. Spiced Surabat Cider AND a Spiked Spiced Surabat Cider are listed as being up for grabs at this Hollywood Studios Counter Service spot!
But are they really? Here’s what we found out… [Read more…]
When you’re off on a planet in a galaxy far, far away, sometimes you need a l’il something to eat.
After all, piloting the Millennium Falcon and fighting the First Order is a lot of work! While the Ronto Wrap gets a ton of hype, the dining anchor (since there are more options) of Star Wars: Galaxy’s Edge at Disney’s Hollywood Studios is Docking Bay 7 Food and Cargo, a fast-casual counter-service restaurant themed to a delivery shuttle that ships goods on and off the planet of Batuu.
Alright, guys! Who’s hungry for another totally epic ranking?? We know Chewbacca certainly is! After all, he’s got some skin the game with his Wookiee Cookie!
So far, we’ve ranked the lands at Magic Kingdom and Disney’s Animal Kingdom by just their snacks and snacks ALONE! And you probably guessed it — we’re getting ready to hit up the lands of Disney’s Hollywood Studios next!
Missing Disneyland got you down?
Might we suggest a spoonful of sugar, an epic baking competition, and a visit to one of your favorite places? Whether you’re prepping for Star Wars day or just looking to stay entertained at home — do we have the show for you!
While getting to Disney’s Hollywood Studios early enough to snag a Rise of the Resistance boarding group takes a lot of commitment — it also sometimes means skipping out the door without any breakfast!
And recently the Black Spire Outpost has been infiltrated by more hungry travelers than First Order Stormtroopers! But Star Wars: Galaxy’s Edge has heard the cry of our growling stomachs and is responding with this unique solution: the Milk Stand is now serving breakfast!
HOLD THE PHONE! We’ve made the discovery of all discoveries over on the planet of Batuu in Disneyland!
One of the most charming and unique initial elements of Star Wars: Galaxy’s Edge wasn’t the rides or the land itself — it was the uniquely themed sporks used in Docking Bay 7. They didn’t last long before Disney removed them BUT, guess what? They’re BACK.
Docking Bay 7 has seen a bunch of menu changes in the past few weeks.
From the addition of a plant-based “meat” marinara for kids to the removal of the Star Wars-ified names on the menus, it’s pretty difficult to keep up with all of the menu modifications at the popular Star Wars: Galaxy’s Edge quick service. Well, fans of the immersive names can celebrate because they’re back… sort of.
As we reported to you earlier, Disney World has removed several of the Star Wars-themed names from its lunch and dinner items at Docking Bay 7 Food and Cargo.
And while the names on Docking Bay 7’s breakfast menu were also altered, the items still have Star Wars-themed titles unlike their lunch and dinner counterparts — weird, right?
We also noticed some changes to the price and ingredients listed for Docking Bay 7’s Tuggs’ Overnight Oats — formerly known as Rising Moons Overnight Oats! So of course, we had to snag them to see what they now look like, and more importantly, taste like!