We all know we’re having a big glass of Blue Bantha milk when we hit Star Wars: Galaxy’s Edge at Disney World, but what else are we going to gnosh on while we wait in line for the Millennium Falcon ride? Dude. So. Much. Awesome.
I mean, I get it that the Blue Bantha Milk is awesome–it’s the first food we ever saw being served in the movies when Aunt Beru plunked down a glass in front of Luke and Uncle Owen for breakfast at the beginning of A New Hope.
And this delicious treat that Disney plans on serving at the Bubo Wamba Farms Milk Stand in the park sounds a little like a milkshake (with plant-based options) alongside the Green Thala-Siren Milk featured in The Last Jedi–sounds amazing.
But, if I’m going to be spending my time in this park for hours and hours–possibly days…my Jedi-powers will need some serious reload.
Everything You Need to Know to Eat Like a Jedi at Star Wars: Galaxy’s Edge
That’s where Docking Bay 7, Oga’s Cantina, Black Spire Outpost and so many other eateries in Galaxy’s Edge come in more than handy.
Apparently, there will be a lot of options for snacks from stands around the “village” of Batuu.
Including Kat Saka’s Kettle that will serve this most excellent-looking Outpost Mix.
I mean, seriously, that looks amazing.
But, if you want something a mite more hefty to get you through like, you know, lunchtime here on earth, you’ll want to pull up a spot at the Black Spire Outpost where the owner, Bakkar, has modified a pod racer to roast meats.
Bakkar is such a podracing fan that he’s even in the business of importing meats from Tatooine, including the ronto for these Ronto Wraps.
I mean, there’s some yummy turkey jerky there, too, in the background, so more “down to earth” foods can be found for those worried about eating ronto meat.
If wraps aren’t your style, you can always ask Strono Tuggs in Docking Bay 7 to whip you up some Kaadu Ribs with a blueberry corn muffin and some cabbage slaw.
Cookie will love throwing that down to you in the quick-serve-style restaurant he runs now that Maz Kanata’s Takodana castle has been destroyed by the First Order.
Or, if ribs don’t tickle your fancy, Cookie can whip-up a bowl of Braised Shaak Roast with pasta, kale and mushrooms.
And that, right there, looks like an excellent meal for anyone needing to recenter themselves with the force.
Just, be sure to save room for dessert (these have yet to be named).
Look at how pretty that is–you do not want to miss out on whatever that beautiful concoction that might be.
And, for those of us that just need to stay hydrated as we enjoy or wholly-immersive experience, let’s just schedule some time to hit up Oga’s Cantina.
You’re going to HAVE to try Oga’s Obsession–the one in the petri dish.
And let’s all make time to sip a little carbon freeze, in honor of our now long-gone friend Han.
But, in all seriousness, I feel like Disney has gone above and beyond to make our Star Wars: Galaxy’s End experience so much more than just another stroll through their parks.
No, it’s going to be an immersive experience so worth all the waiting we’ve endured.