PHOTOS: Check Out Disneyland’s Reopened Oga’s Cantina!

We’ve been spending the day back in Disneyland exploring all the new eats and drinks that are now available!

Star Wars: Galaxy’s Edge in Disneyland

So far, we’ve dined at the reopened Wine Country Trattoria in Disney California Adventure and tried a new drink at Docking Bay 7 over in Disneyland, but our time in Star Wars: Galaxy’s Edge isn’t up just yet!

As of June 17th, Oga’s Cantina has opened once again to guests and we couldn’t help but head back to the lounge for some other worldy sips!

Check-In and Seating

If you’ve never been to Oga’s Cantina, it can be a little hard to find — there’s not a big sign on the planet of Batuu pointing you inside, but you’ll eventually find the little hole in the wall to check-in!

Oga’s Cantina Check In

We check-in via the Disneyland app and were then directed inside to our seat at the bar where we noticed some extra plexiglass barriers between the Cast Members and guests.

Seating at the bar

Now, seating here is a little different than other lounges in Disneyland. The restaurant is pretty tiny, so some guests are led to a table with standing room only…

Seating can vary!

…while others have booth seating or are sat up at the bar.

Booth seating areas

But, DJ R3X is always happy to welcome guests back! He was up in his old stomping ground spinning some music throughout the meal.

The DJ for our meal

Menu

Once seated, Cast Members directed us to the QR code on the table to pull up the virtual menu.

Scan the QR code for the menu!

Many fan-favorite drinks have returned, so you can find a wide variety of non-alcoholic options for all the young travelers, snacks,…

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…and some boozier options like the popular Fuzzy Tauntaun (which has a numbing effect), Jet Juice, and The Outer Rim.

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Plus, you can also find a selection of beers (including a seasonal hard cider) and wine on the menu.

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We decided to give the Happabore Sampler another try while we were visiting — in the past, it hasn’t always been a winner for us. And, it turns out that it has changed a bit! This snack platter now includes two types of cured pork, one cured beef, two kinds of cheese (which we found were both sharp tasting), rice crisps, and seasoned hummus with vegetables for $21.

Happabore Sampler

For drinks, we got the Bloody Rancor, which is made with Tito’s Handmade Vodka, Ancho Reyes Chile Liqueur, Spicy Bloody Mary Mix, and Rancor Bone for $18…

Bloody Rancor

…and the Yub Nub which has Malibu Pineapple Rum, Sailor Jerry Spiced Rum, Citrus Juices, and Passion Fruit for a whopping $45. Now, this drink normally comes served in a souvenir Endor mug that you get to take home (hence the price tag) but we opted to go without the souvenir mug which made it a bit cheaper.

Yub Nub

It sure was good to be back on the planet of Batuu enjoying some drinks! Of course, we’ll be sure to give you a look at all the other reopening spots around the parks too so stay tuned!

Check Out Our First Look at Disneyland’s Reopened Wine Country Trattoria!

Have you ever been to Oga’s Cantina? Let us know in the comments below!

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Rachel Franko has been going to Disney Parks since she was a baby, and her love of Disney has only grown into a SLIGHT obsession since! She's been writing for AllEars since 2019 and loves sharing the magic with all the readers. When she's not writing, you can catch her heading to Disney and Universal Studios with a heart full of dreams and a backpack full of themed ears!

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