Star Wars: Galaxy's Edge is only a few months old, but already some interesting changes are coming to this land at both Disneyland and Disney's Hollywood Studios. From price changes to menu alterations and even some new additions, here's everything changing at Star Wars: Galaxy's Edge that you might not have noticed!
1. Docking Bay 7 menu removes Star Wars-inspired names at Disney's Hollywood Studios
Though we've previously lauded how Star Wars: Galaxy's Edge separates itself from the rest of Disney's Hollywood Studios, it looks like some of the ways this land made itself feel like part of a galaxy far, far away may have been a bit confusing for guests.
Quick service eatery Docking Bay 7 Food and Cargo recently updated its menu to feature more straightforward food names. So, instead of wondering what Braised Shaak Roast, Smoked Kaadu Ribs or Roasted Endorian Tip-Yip Salad are, guests can now simply order Beef Pot Roast, Smoked Pork Ribs or a Roasted Chicken Salad.
Though the previous menu did have detailed descriptions of the food, we're guessing that guest confusion (especially among international visitors) is the impetus behind this change at the Disney's Hollywood Studios version of this land (note: the Star Wars-inspired names are still being used at Disneyland).
2. Oga's Cantina gets a price hike at Disneyland
And speaking of Disneyland, the west coast version of Star Wars: Galaxy's Edge has gotten a bit of a price hike, as Oga’s Cantina has recently raised the price of alcoholic beverages by $1, with the price of beer going by up $2 and the Rancor Flight price going up by $10. These higher prices are actually already in effect at the east coast Star Wars: Galaxy's Edge, and these Disneyland hikes simply bring the prices in line with those at Disney's Hollywood Studios.