PHOTOS: We Tried 13 NEW Menu Items in EPCOT!

Have you ever wanted to board an intergalactic elevator and dine in outer space?

Space 220 in EPCOT

If so, then EPCOT’s Space 220 might be high on your list for reservations to snag on your next trip. Now, there’s a whole new reason to check this spot out next time you’re in the park. There are new items on the menu!

For the fall, Space 220 added quite a few new selections to the menu, and we were lucky enough to try some of them during a recent media event. Come check them out!

Space 220

The Starship Lemonade is a non-alcoholic drink with butterfly pea flower, lemonade, and Sprite served with a glow cube.  We thought the pea flower paired really well with the citrus flavors and loved the fun purple color it gave the drink.

Starship Lemonade

The Solar Flare Sour is a zero-proof cocktail with Lyre’s Agave Blanco Non-alcoholic Tequila, mango, lime juice, grapefruit bitters, and Fever Tree tonic water. Since there are trace amounts of alcohol, children are not able to order this one.

Solar Flare Sour

We really enjoyed the grapefruit bitters in this, and the bartender suggested adding tequila if you want to make it an alcoholic beverage.

The Galaxy Spritz is made with Lagoon Bay Aperitif, half an ounce of lychee liqueur, fresh lemon juice, and topped with a brut prosecco. This one is super refreshing, and they recommend it at the beginning of the meal.

Galaxy Spritz

The Illumination is made with Bacardi Rum, Malibu Caribbean Rum, passion fruit, blood orange, pineapple, lime sour, and passion fruit boba. We thought this was a refreshing tropical drink with a fun texture from the passion fruit boba!


Then we tried the Space Age Mule, a refreshing blend of Tito’s Homemade Vodka, fresh carrot juice, mango, lime juice, ginger beer, and chili lime seasoning rim. The ginger beer had a bold flavor, but it wasn’t too strong, and the chili lime seasoning added a tangy kick! We did think this tasted almost like a health food cocktail due to the carrot and mango, but we really liked it.

Space Age Mule

The Gamma Burst has Grey Goose Essences Strawberry & Lemongrass, Midori Melon Liqueur, and strawberry popping pearls. This one reminded us of a Midori Sour, but with a fun strawberry twist.

Gamma Burst

We also tried the Black Hole Fashioned, made with Knob Creek Bourbon Whiskey, demerara syrup, and whiskey barrel-aged bitters.

Black Hole Fashioned

The M4RG4R1TA consists of Espolon Blanco Tequila, watermelon lime sour, and salted lime foam.


We also tried the Saturn 2.0 — a cocktail made with Bacardi Reserva Ocho Rum, Velvet Falernum Liqueur, orgeat, passion fruit, and lemon juice.

Saturn 2.0

The Command Center was crafted with Hendrick’s Gin, St-Germain Elderflower Liqueur, lemon juice, citrus, and elderflower foam.

Command Center

Next, we had the Shuttle Crew, made with Ketel One Botanical Peach & Orange Blossom Vodka, vanilla, tangerine, Red Bull, and tang foam.

Shuttle Crew

The Up All Night was a fun version of an espresso martini, made with Absolute Vanilla, Vodka, Chilled Espresso, Kalua, and Cream de Cacao.

Up All Night

The Moon Rocks isn’t new on the menu, but it does have a new recipe! It’s a non-alcoholic drink made with lemon juice, blue cotton candy syrup, Sprite, pineapple juice, and pop rocks.

Moon Rocks

It used to be much sweeter and had coconut instead of lemon juice. Now, it’s very refreshing and not sugar-forward (but it is still sweet!)

Moon Rocks

They added six new food items to the menu as well:

  • Neptuna Tartare: Sushi grade yellowfin tuna, avocado crema, mango coulis, edamame, wonton crisp, and yuzu dressing
  • Roasted Asparagus Soup: Jumbo lump crabmeat, roasted poblano and red peppers, citrus chili oil, and crouton
  • Bone-in Pork Chop: Slow-roasted 16 oz. pork chop, corn flan, succotash, and spiced applesauce
  • Pan Roasted Swordfish “Cioppino”: Shrimp, littleneck clams, Prince Edward Island mussels, tomato and fennel seafood broth, and toasted garlic bread
  • Vanilla Bean Greek Yogurt Parfait: Black sesame crumble, yuzu curd, macerated blackberries, and basil blackberry sauce
  • Cosmic Cupcake: Chocolate plant-based devil’s food cake topped with vanilla frosting and galactic sprinkles (Available on kid’s menu) 

Disney hasn’t shared how long these new options will be around, so head over to Space 220 soon if any of these catch your eye! In the meantime, stay tuned to AllEars for all the latest Disney news.

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