Following the opening date announcement today (and the huge information dump last week), Disney continues to release even more concept art for Star Wars: Galaxy’s Edge, the new land coming soon to both Disneyland Park and Disney’s Hollywood Studios.
As restaurants and shops are being added to their websites, Disney is giving us even more information and several new sketches of the shops and restaurants.
Not all of the pictures are new, but I’m going to share everything with you, including the descriptions from the Disneyland website, so it’s all in one place.
Welcome to the local cantina, where bounty hunters, smugglers, rogue traders, and weary travelers of all ages come together to refuel, enjoy music, and conduct meetings—no questions asked. With an expansive menu of exotic concoctions for young ones and adults, the cantina is a welcome rest stop before your crew’s next galactic journey.
As you plan your next smuggling run, please enjoy some bold musical entertainment courtesy of droid DJ R-3X, a former Starspeeder 3000 pilot. The cantina adheres to proprietor Oga Garra’s strict code of conduct, but patrons can be… unpredictable, so just keep your head down—and drink casual.
For those who have long dreamed of visiting one of the galaxy’s most infamous watering holes, Oga’s Cantina brings that dream to life.
Docking Bay 7 Food and Cargo
At this restaurant housed in a working hangar bay, choose from a variety of dishes prepared with ingredients from across the galaxy—all of it delicious, but none of it familiar. Chef Strono “Cookie” Tuggs has docked a food freighter loaded with fresh supplies and 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.
Once you’ve got your grub, sit inside the spacious hanger, or grab a table in the rustic outdoor seating area surrounded by the crumbling walls of the old marketplace.
No visit to Star Wars: Galaxy’s Edge is complete without a frosty confection from the Milk Stand. The vendors at this quirky stall offer travelers an invigorating, refreshing drink that’s a favorite among the locals.
Luke Skywalker can be seen enjoying blue milk in Star Wars: Episode IV – A New Hope, and green milk in Star Wars: Episode VIII – The Last Jedi.
Thirsty visitors can now try both these exotic galactic delicacies for themselves—as they live their own Star Wars adventures.
Visit a workshop stocked with stacks of parts, chips, manuals and other tech items useful for constructing your very own droid, one of the galaxy’s most indispensable sidekicks.
Pick from the popular BB-series or R-series unit, then begin designing, building and activating your droid. It’s an exciting interactive experience galactic travelers will never forget!
Plus, you’ll have the opportunity to purchase premade and premium droids, model kits and accessories as well as a cool collection of unique, upcycled objects crafted from scrap parts.
Whether heading to the far corners of Wild Space or wandering around Star Wars: Galaxy’s Edge, be sure to bring your personal droid—it’s the ultimate travel companion for all your Outer Rim adventures!
Travel to Black Spire Outpost, where a group known as the “Gatherers” ushers you into a covert workshop packed with unusual parts, whimsical pieces and miscellaneous memorabilia collected from the far reaches of the galaxy.
Under their guidance, you can construct your very own one-of-a-kind lightsaber and bring it to life through the power of kyber crystals. Builders beware—you must protect the shop’s secrecy to avoid being discovered by the First Order!
Dok-Ondar’s Den of Antiquities
Hidden inside the den, you’ll encounter a rotating collection of unique items that include everything from jewelry, to ancient tools, to rare kyber crystals, to statues—and even a collection of famous lightsabers. The eclectic assortment of goods comes from many different planets and eras.
You’ll want to explore every nook and cranny of the shop—who knows what priceless riches you’ll uncover.
How Dok-Ondar acquired all of these treasures, no one knows. Some secrets are better off kept that way. Other secrets are better off kept for sale on the shelves of Dok-Ondar’s Den of Antiquities.
At this exotic shop, you’re free to explore as you peek into cages and crates filled with hard-to-find species from across the galaxy. Bina, the stall’s proprieter, scours star systems to keep this storefront stocked with unique companions for her customers.
Marvel at a large collection of cackling Kowakian monkey-lizards, the rambunctious pets popular with shadowy underworld figures—including Hutts. Most of the creatures here are available for purchase—restrictions may apply to rathtars.
No galactic traveler should return home empty-handed. Here in this humble, jumbled shop you’ll find all manner of artisanal playthings and collectibles handmade by the busy toymaker, Zabaka the Toydarian. Her fantastical storefront is cluttered with crates of toymaking supplies and other unique works in progress—including a tauntaun rocking horse.
Zabaka’s silhouette is often visible through the frosted back window of her workshop as she flits around crafting Wookiee dolls and classic games like chance cubes and sabacc.
Keep your young crewmembers entertained on the long space flight home with trinkets to treasure from Toydarian Toymaker!
Black Spire Outfitters
Shopping for your next scouting mission through the Outer Rim? Need a new robe to greet the ambassador of your home planet, or just want to pick up some casual garb to blend in with the locals? At this local shop, you can browse through an eclectic selection of stylish, functional clothing suitable for a variety of occasions and worlds.
Star Wars: Galaxy’s Edge opens May 31st at Disneyland and August 29th at Hollywood Studios!