FIRST LOOK: Tour The NEW Space 220 Restaurant at EPCOT for a Test Meal

Katie Francis

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FIRST LOOK: Tour The NEW Space 220 Restaurant at EPCOT for a Test Meal

Katie Francis

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FIRST LOOK: Tour The NEW Space 220 Restaurant at EPCOT for a Test Meal

Space 220 Restaurant is set to open at EPCOT on September 20, but we were able to bring you a preview of the new venue tonight.

Interior

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The lobby, where guests will board the space elevator.

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Elevator assignments are done via (physical) boarding passes.

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Check out the view of Earth from the restaurant windows.

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Themed signage can be found around the restaurant.

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The restroom signage is also themed.

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Menu

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Big Bang Burrata

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Neptuna Tartare

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Blue Moon Cauliflower

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Starry Calamari

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Florida Red Snapper with Fried Potato Wedges

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Terra-Bolognese

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Slow Rotation Short Rib

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Sticky Toffee Pudding Cake

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Cake Callisto

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Chocolate Cheesecake

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Lemon Mousse

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Atmospritz

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Above is the Atmospritz as served. The bartender pours the drink in over the cotton candy, which dissolves, as seen in the video below.

The photo below is the finished product.

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Red Star

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Planetary Punch

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The Planetary Punch is served over dry ice, which causes the smoking effect pictured above.

Look out for our full review when the restaurant officially opens next week.

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6 thoughts on “FIRST LOOK: Tour The NEW Space 220 Restaurant at EPCOT for a Test Meal”

  1. This looks super cool, and feeds into what Epcot is all about. There isn’t any IP associated or anything. This is old-school Epcot.

    Funny how the fandom complains about the most minute changes (POG JUICE) but there is no hype about this. Disney World fans are…well they sure are something.

  2. The backs on those booths are so low, you will be rubbing shoulders and bumping heads with the person behind you. Terrible design.

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