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Space 220 at EPCOT Adds New Dishes to Menu For Summer 2023

Space 220 at EPCOT

Space 220 Restaurant, the out-of-this-world dining experience at Walt Disney World’s EPCOT, has just added some stellar new dishes to its dinner menu for Summer 2023.

The New Dishes

Space 220 offers a three-course prix fixe menu for dinner featuring Lift-Offs (appetizers), Star Course (entrées), and Supernova Sweets (dessert), for $79 per adult (+ tax/gratuity).

A kid’s dinner menu is also available with a two-course prix fixe menu for $29 (+ tax/gratuity) featuring a Star Course and a Supernova Sweets choice.

Here are the new menu items that are now available for guests to enjoy. Some are gluten-free (designated with “gf”) and some are vegan (designated with “vg”).


  • Seafood Cannelloni “Rockets” – shrimp, scallops, snapper, saffron cream sauce, salmon caviar, chives
  • Neptuna Tartare – sushi grade yellowfin tuna, avocado crema, mango coulis, edamame, wonton crisp, yuzu dressing
  • Roasted Asparagus Soup – jumbo lump crabmeat, roasted poblano and red peppers, citrus chili oil, crouton (gf)

Star Course

  • Tomahawk Pork Chop – slow roasted 16 oz Niman Ranch pork chop, corn flan, succotash, spiced applesauce (gf)
  • Pan Roasted Swordfish “Cioppino” – shrimp, littleneck clams, prince edward island mussels, tomato fennel seafood broth, toasted garlic bread

Supernova Sweets

  • Vanilla Bean Greek Yogurt Parfait – black sesame crumble, yuzu curd, macerated blackberries, basil blackberry sauce (gf)

Kid’s Menu Supernova Sweets

  • Cosmic Cupcake – chocolate vegan devil’s food cake topped with vanilla frosting & galactic sprinkles (vg)
  • Fruity Pebbles Cereal Rocket Pop – fruity pebbles, marshmallow, chocolate rocket (gf)

Space 220 at EPCOT

The Restaurant

Space 220 restaurant (and its lounge) is located adjacent to the Mission: SPACE attraction in the World Discovery section of EPCOT, and opened in September 2021.

It continues the space theming of the attraction, with a backstory that the restaurant is actually located in above Earth in the Centauri Space Station, connected by a short “elevator” ride (don’t worry, it doesn’t move off the floor).

Once off the elevator, a short hallway brings you to the main dining room, which features big windows showing views of Earth, along with various ships and astronauts that pass by.

The restaurant also features a $55 (+ tax/gratuity) two-course prix fixe menu for lunch.

Valid park admission and a park reservation for the same day are required to visit Space 220. Reservations are also highly recommended, and can be made via the My Disney app, or online at the Walt Disney World site.