Galaxy’s Edge Food: The Best Star Wars Snacks and Drinks at Disney

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I like to imagine back in the early years that Old Walt Disney had a hot streak at the poker table.

Like Han Solo playing Sabbac, Walt stared down a cabbage farmer across the table and they both had good hands. Walt pushed everything he had to the middle of the table.

The cabbage farmer did the same.

Then they laid their cards down and suddenly, Walt Disney, owner of an animation empire and burgeoning theme park paradise, found himself sitting on acres and acres and acres of cabbage farms.

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How else do you explain the omnipresence of slaw across Disney parks?

In other words, I don’t care where you go in Walt Disney World, they’re slinging slaw onto your plate like there’s a cash reward for whichever cast member sells the most.

In fact, I’m pretty sure the only reason EPCOT exists is that Walt was gonna feed everyone in his utopian society nothing but cole slaw and boiled cabbage.

Heck, in Black Spire Outpost, the village on Batuu in Star Wars Galaxy’s Edge, slaw is one of the food groups.

inside sit down restaurant docking bay 7 at hollywood studios
Docking Bay 7 offers a sit-down, immersive experience (photo by James Overholt/

As best I can tell the Star Wars food groups are as follows:

  • Milk (blue and green)
  • Tip-yip (tastes like chicken because it is chicken)
  • Slaw (Omnipresent. I need a Clone Wars episode above the slaw mines of Felucia)
  • Alcohol (There were a lot of ways to get tipsy long ago and far away)

Anyway, culinary treats was one of the more particular blanks Imagineers had to fill in while creating Batuu.

Aside from the Blue Bantha Milk, the main canon of Star Wars never really bothered much with the food traditions of space.

Disney had the job of filling in the gaps. What we got were a lot of plant-based options and some familiar items served in unexpected ways – and also slaw. Piles and piles of slaw.

How much does it cost to eat at Galaxy’s Edge?

It depends chiefly on what you’re drinking.

Entrees range from $20 and down, but your beverage choices will drive the cost up. Accounting for Disney pricing, it’s fairly reasonable.

exterior of kat saka's kettle in hollywood studios
Kat Saka’s Kettle is a great place to grab a snack in Galaxy’s Edge (photo by James Overholt/

What food do they have at Galaxy’s Edge?

Let’s start with the places to get food.

Kat Saka’s Kettle

Kat Saka’s is a stand serving different kinds of Star Wars popcorn and some drinks.

Oga’s Cantina

Black Spires answer to the cantina on Tatooine in a New Hope that started it all.

This family-friendly establishment mostly serves alcoholic and non-alcoholic drinks. But it does have a couple of bites on the menu.

Ronto Roasters

This is the Star Wars answer to a BBQ joint serving a sausage wrap, some pork rinds and a selection of drinks. There are a couple of vegetarian options as well.

Milk Stand

Step right up and get your blue milk or your green milk here.

Docking Bay 7 and Cargo Sweets

This is the only real sit-down restaurant in Black Spires Outpost. This quick-service restaurant, located in an old hangar bay, has a variety of dishes and kids’ meals.

There are a myriad of allergy-friendly and gluten-free options on the menu thanks to the hard work of Chef Strono “Cookie” Tuggs, who after centuries working for Maz Katana on Takodana, has docked a food freighter loaded with fresh supplies.

He’s ready to satisfy the appetites of visitors and locals alike with an array of exotic offerings. His planet-hopping travels allow him to prepare fare with unusual flavors that delight customers.

What food do they have at Galaxy’s Edge?

There’s no other way to break this down than with a list.

buttered blue popcorn at star wars park disney
The Buttered Blue Grains is basically blue popcorn (photo by James Overholt/

20. Buttered Blue Grains (Kat Saka’s Kettle)

Buttered popcorn … but it’s blue!

19. Takodana Veggie Dippers (Docking Bay 7)

This kid’s meal is black bean hummus, edible soil with nuts, chilled dipping seasonal vegetables and multigrain crisps with a side of ranch dressing.

18. Batuu Bits (Oga’s Cantina)

This is crispy galaxy snack bits (tortilla chips, dried fish and wasabi peas) with spiced chermoula dip.

17. Outpost Popcorn Mix (Kat Saka’s)

This outer rim outpost mix of sweet and spicy flavors of popcorn is a colorful snack.

Overnight Oats at rontos Roasters
Rising Moons Overnight Oats at Rontos Roasters are a great vegetarian option and surprisingly tasty (photo by Kirby Russell/

16. Rising Moons Overnight Oats (Ronto’s Roasters)

This is a breakfast option only. It has oats, dragon fruit, yogurt and seasonal fruit.

15. Kyryll Pork Rinds (Ronto’s Roasters)

These are pork rinds seasoned in a savory blend of ancho chile, cheddar, smoke and cinnamon. 

14. Ithorian Pasta Rings (Docking Bay 7)

This kid’s meal is plant-based meat marinara sauce and pasta with a side of roasted vegetables. Basically, it’s vegetarian SpaghettiO’s, Star Wars style.

13. Happabore Sampler (Oga’s Cantina)

This sampler features cured and roasted meats, cheese and pork cracklings.

12. Roasted Endorian Chicken Salad (Docking Bay 7)

This chicken salad features marinated chicken, mixed greens, shaved onion and radish, grapes, tomato and cucumber in a citrus-pomegranate vinaigrette with spiced yogurt drizzle. 

Apparently, they eat a lot of chicken on Endor. The Ewoks are crazy for the chicken.

11. Fried Endorian Tip-Yip (Docking Bay 7)

This dish is crispy chicken served with house-made macaroni and cheese and roasted vegetables. This is available for kids and adults.

10. Felucian Kefta and Hummus Garden Spread (Docking Bay 7)

This dish has plant-based meatballs, herb hummus and tomato-cucumber relish.

hot chicken with rice at star wars park
This dish is served with white rice and a relish of sweet corn (photo by James Overholt/

9. Pirjanad Hot Chicken Tip Yip (Docking Bay 7)

This popular dish has crispy chicken glazed in a spicy chipotle sauce and served with white rice and a relish of sweet corn, shishito peppers, jicama, plantains and cilantro. 

It’s Star Wars’ answer to Nashville hot chicken. It’s spicy.

8. Zuchii Wrap (Ronto’s Roasters)

It’s the Ronto wrap sans sausage, and it’s pretty good. It has grilled zucchini, smoky chickpea-onion slaw, creamy garlic-tahini sauce and fresh cilantro wrapped in pita.

7. Outpost Puff (Docking Bay 7 and Cargo Sweets)

This dessert option is a chocolate pastry filled with guajillo white chocolate mousse finished with Thai tea panna cotta, spiced pineapple and confectionary debris.

6. Ronto Morning Wrap (Ronto’s Roasters)

This breakfast option has eggs, grilled pork sausage, shredded cheddar and peppercorn sauce in pita bread. It’s the breakfast of champions.

There’s a plant-based version with plant-based egg, smoky chickpea-onion slaw, and roasted tomato sauce wrapped in pita bread.

5. Smoked Kaadu Pork Ribs (Docking Bay 7)

This dish has pork ribs brushed with tangy BBQ sauce and served with a blueberry corn muffin and red cabbage slaw.

4. Peka Tuna Poke (Docking Bay 7)

This dish has raw tuna tossed in a spicy sriracha dressing and served with green papaya salad, pickled mushrooms, fresh herbs and crispy garlic.

3. Andoan Fruit with Muja Sauce (Ronto’s Roasters)

This tasty snack has sticks of jicama, cucumber, pineapple, melon and dragon fruit doused in a tamarind sauce and dusted with plant-based peppercorn ash.

2. Batuuan Beef and Crispy Topato Stir-fry (Docking Bay 7)

This has smoky braised beef glazed in tamarind sauce, served with stir-fried mushrooms and vegetables, crispy herb yucca, pickled onions and cilantro.

ronto wrap at disney has sausage and tangy slaw
The Ronto Wrap is a popular food item in Galaxy’s Edge (photo by Morgan Overholt/

1. Ronto Wrap (Ronto’s Roasters)

This popular item has roasted pork, grilled pork sausage, peppercorn sauce and tangy slaw wrapped in pita bread and served with a side of chips.

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What beverages do they have at Galaxy’s Edge?

Here are some of our favorites:

16. Cold Brew Black Caf (Kat Saka’s Kettle)

This tasty cold brew is Joffrey’s coffee cold brew topped with sweet cream cheese and chocolate puffs. There is an alcoholic version available as well.

15. The Outer Rim (Oga’s Cantina)

This drink has Patrón silver tequila, stirrings pomegranate liqueur, lime juice, pure cane sugar, with black salt and exotic fruit purée.

14. Carbon Freeze (Oga’s Cantina)

This cocktail features Powerade lemon lime, wild strawberry, blueberry and green apple popping pearls.

13. Oga’s Obsession (Oga’s Cantina)

This concoction of Minute Maid premium lemonade, cotton candy flavor, blueberry popping pearls with a bursting dried fruit mixture is refreshing if you can get over the sweetness.

12. Black Spire Brew

This pick-me-up has cold brew Joffrey’s coffee, honey, falernum, passion fruit and citrus.

tall silver souvenir mug at ogas cantina in hollywood studios
The Yub Nub comes in a tiki cup (photo by James Overholt/

11. Yub Nub (Oga’s Cantina)

The Yub Nub has Malibu pineapple rum, Sailor Jerry spiced rum, citrus juices and passion fruit.

10. Hyperdrive (Punch It!) (Oga’s Cantina)

This drink has Powerade Mountain Berry Blast, white cranberry juice, black cherry purée and Sprite.

9. Jedi Mind Trick (Oga’s Cantina)

This drink features Ketel One botanical grapefruit and rose vodka, John D. Taylor’s Velvet Falernum, Bols Blue Curaçao, white grape juice, lime juice and grapefruit bitters.

8. Cliff Dweller (Oga’s Cantina)

The Cliff Dweller has citrus juices, coconut, hibiscus-grenadine and Seagram’s ginger ale served in a Souvenir Porg Mug. 

Porg mug! I’m going to be honest. I haven’t seen a lot of chickens in Star Wars. I hope the Tip-Yip isn’t another flightless Star Wars bird.

tall yellow drink with short red drink at oga's cantina at hollywood studios
The Jet Juice (right) has bourbon, chili liqueur, pomegranate liqueur and lemon juice (photo by James Overholt/

7. Jet Juice

This features Maker’s Mark bourbon, Ancho Reyes chile liqueur, Stirrings pomegranate liqueur, white grape juice and lemon juice.

6. Bloody Rancor (Oga’s Cantina)

This Rancor has Tito’s handmade vodka, Ancho Reyes chile liqueur, spicy bloody mary mix and rancor bone.

5. Tatooine Sunset (Ronto’s Roasters)

This is the Star Wars version of an Arnold Palmer, featuring Gold Peak unsweetened tea and Minute Maid premium lemonade blend with melon and blueberry.

4. Moof Juice (Oga’s Cantina)

Moof Juice has Simply Fruit Punch, Simply Orange with pineapple and chipotle pineapple.

red fizzy drink and orange drink from oga's cantina at hollywood studios in disney
The Fuzzy Tuantuan is back at Disney (photo by James Overholt/

3. Fuzzy Tauntaun (Oga’s Cantina)

This classic features Cîroc peach vodka, peach schnapps, Simply Orange with tangerine, pure cane sugar, and “buzz button tingling” foam.

2. Green Milk (Milk Stand)

As seen in the Last Jedi where old, grouchy Luke “harvests” it fresh from the tap, this drink features a plant-based blend of coconut and rice milk with zippy citrus and tropical characteristics. 

Alcoholic versions are available with Corazon Blanco Tequila.

A green and blue milk from the Milk Stand at Star Wars Galaxy's Edge
We tried both the blue and green milk (photo by Kirby Russell/

1. Blue Milk (Milk Stand)

The all-time classic, just like Aunt Beru served young Luke shortly before getting fried by stormtroopers.

This is a plant-based blend of coconut and rice milk with alluring fruity characteristics. Alcoholic versions are available with Bacardi Rum.

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Are there menu items different at Disneyland’s Galaxy’s Edge vs. Disney World’s Galaxy’s Edge?

Yeah. Oga’s Cantina in California has several more menu items. 

The Disneyland Resort version of Docking Bay 7 also has seasonal items.

This includes Yobshrimp Mix Stew with Swamp Grains, a spicy tomato curry pan roast with shrimp, sausage, vegetables and herb rice as well as Trandoshan-Style Pasta with Braised Bantha, chile-braised beef, buttered garlic cavatelli pasta, seasonal vegetables, zesty avocado sauce and balsamic glaze.

But overall, California’s Docking Bay 7 has fewer options. 

And it also serves a dessert called Vintian Mineral Mousse, a banana brûlée-centered dark chocolate mousse with strawberry mousse, vanilla chantilly, chocolate crumble and cherry garnish.

Whether you’re in Disneyland or Disney World, in space, no one can serve you a simple chocolate cake. 

inside view of oga's cantina features lights and a line of people sitting at the bar
It’s best to make a reservation for Oga’s Cantina (photo by James Overholt/

Can you get into Oga’s Cantina without a reservation? 

Theoretically, yes.

However, if you want to get your drink on Star Wars style and enjoy some bold musical entertainment courtesy of droid DJ R-3X, a former Starspeeder 3000 pilot, you’re going to want to get reservations.

Do you have a favorite food or beverage in Disney’s Hollywood Studios in Florida? Let us know in the comments!

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