Take A Look at the Space 220 Lounge Service
MickeyBlog was back at Space 200 yesterday to try out the lounge menu and see just how the dining experience here differs from the dining room.
The lounge is the top level of the restaurant and includes the same famed view of outer space as the dining room below. A regular table seating area as well as bar seating is available.
The bar area offers seating for a few dozen guests at a time. While bar guests are not facing the stars, the wall of mirrors behind the bar servers do offer a glimpse of the outer worldly view.
Guests seated in the lounge can order from the a la carte lounge menu or choose the pre fixe menu for lunch or dinner, as served in the main dining room.
Let’s take a look at that lounge menu!
There are six “Flight Bites” to choose from, which could be considered large appetizer portions or small entrees. Our MickeyBlogger Abby checked out the Short Rib Sliders and Chicken on Waffle. Look how delicious these look! Abby stated that the sliders were her most delicious meal of the day!
The short rib sliders come with a pretty large side of fries, easily making this a lunch size serving. And just look how crispy that chicken looks!
Space 220 Lounge Beverages
Much of the lounge menu is comprised of adult beverages. There’s a wine list with 25 options and several standard draft or bottled beers; but the true highlight of the Space 220 lounge menu is the “Atmospheric Spirits” selection! Here you’ll find delicious concoctions with fun names like Jupiter Fizz, The Big Tang, and Planetary Punch. This Nebula looks pretty refreshing!
Your drink ingredients might include some Moon Dust, Astronaut Ice Cream, or Cotton Candy Cloud. The Atmospritz, below, gives Guests some special effects!
As we reported this morning, Space 220 is operating with a virtual queue for this week only. Guests may walk up and request a return time to be seated. As of Monday, September 27, table seating will require a reservation but lounge seating will be walk-up seating only. Those dining in the main room will be served from the pre fixe menu for lunch or dinner. Anyone seated in the lounge may choose to order from the a la carte lounge menu OR choose to go the pre fixe route and order from the dining room menu.
Overall, the only difference between dining at the Space 220 lounge and the dining room is your reservation (or lack thereof) and the menu. Most of the items on the lounge menu are also available as part of the pre fixe menu, but if you don’t want to splurge on the pre fixe lunch ($55) or dinner ($79), the lounge is a great way to experience this immersive new restaurant with just a little less financial commitment. And maybe even a better view from that higher floor!
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