Disney’s Epcot Is Getting a Space-Themed Restaurant Where You ‘Blast into Orbit’

To infinity and beyond!

Disney has announced a new space-themed restaurant at Walt Disney World's Epcot and we're already trying on space suits (jk…kinda).

The 2019 D23 Expo gave us a first look at "Space 220," an immersive dining experience to take us 220 miles up (get it?) from Earth. 

Guests will have the chance to "blast into orbit" when they board the elevator up into the space station. Aspiring astronauts will get a panoramic view of the stars, space and daytime/nighttime shots of Earth.

Although there's no info on the menu, we trust the Patina Restaurant Group (the masterminds behind most of Disney parks' delicious dishes) will provide out of this world food options for the whole family.

The restaurant will open this winter as part of the park's Mission: SPACE pavilion. It'll join exciting new attractions like Guardians of the Galaxy: Cosmic Rewind and the Journey of Water, inspired by Disney's Moana. 

We don't know about you, but they had us at "blast into orbit." 

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