ORLANDO, Fla. -- Star Wars: Galaxy's Edge, Disney's 14-acre themed expansion, is set to debut this year at both Disneyland and Disney World.
- Star Wars: Galaxy's Edge food, drink options revealed
- Menu includes blue milk, roasted meats and plant-based dishes
- Oga's Cantina will serve a variety of alcoholic and non-alcoholic drinks
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New details released late Wednesday reveal what food and drinks will be available for visitors who arrive on the planet of Batuu.
The bustling Black Spire Outpost will include a variety of locations serving up exotic fare.
The Milk Stand
At the Milk Stand, visitors can grab a cool glass of "farm fresh blue milk," as seen first seen in Star Wars: A New Hope. Or, if blue isn't your color, the drink is available in green.
But don't let the name fool you, blue milk is not actually made of milk.
Disney's food and beverage teams worked with Lucasfilm to develop the recipe. And the end result is a plant-based dairy drink that more people can enjoy.
Over in Oga's Cantina, blue milk will also be an option. However, in the popular watering hole, it will be called Blue Bantha. Oga's will also be home to a variety of alcoholic beverages including the Outer Rim, the Bespin Fizz, the Jedi Mind Trick, the Yub Nub and the Fuzzy Tauntaun.
Docking Bay 7 Food and Cargo
For food, visitors can head to Docking Bay 7 Food and Cargo. Inside this multi-purpose transport shuttle, visitors will find dishes like beef pot roast with cavatelli pasta and kale, chicken with roasted vegetable mash, a plant-based meatball dish served with seasonal vegetables, a marinated noodle salad. There will also be dessert options like a raspberry creme puff and a chocolate cake with white chocolate mousse. On top of that, the restaurant will have a children's menu.
The Ronto Roasters food stand will serve meats grilled via a recycled pod-racing engine. Dishes include the Turkey Jerky and the Ronto Wrap, which is filled with spiced sausage and roasted pork. There will also be a couple of non-alcoholic drinks to choose from, like the Tatooine Sunset or the Sour Sarlacc.
Elsewhere, visitors can find a sweet and salty popcorn mix at Kat Saka's Kettle stand.
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