This year has pushed back the progress on a lot of attractions in the Disney Parks with the closures and delays that have taken place globally.
However, Disney provided updates on some of its biggest projects that fans everywhere have been anxiously waiting to see. And, we finally have some progress on Space 220 in Disney World after months of waiting for details.
Over the past year, Disney has continued to delay the space restaurant’s original Winter 2020 projected opening date. Although we’ve seen construction picked up right as Disney World reopened, there haven’t been too many updates on the Patina Restaurant Group’s operating experience.
Today, though, Josh D’Amaro gave us a look at the construction progress inside Space 220 for the first time during the IAAPA Expo. The screens looking out over the earth have already been installed, while seating has been put in place as well. During their dining experience, guests will feel like they have traveled to the space station with their families.
Although D’Amaro didn’t provide any information on when exactly the restaurant has delayed its opening date, other attractions like Remy’s Ratatouille Adventure in EPCOT have been pushed until 2021. We are already excited after that look inside the restaurant, but we’ll be sure to keep you updated on any additional details we find out about Space 220 soon!
What space food do you hope to see on Space 220’s menu? Let us know in the comments below!
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