(KGTV) — It wouldn't be a true "Star Wars" experience without a wretched hive teeming with the galaxy's worst scum and villainy.
Disneyland's "Galaxy's Edge" brings that venue, minus the scum and villainy, to the park at Oga's Cantina. The watering hole brings the "Star Wars" galaxy's diverse occupants together under one roof for libations and a few familiar faces.
The bar and lounge is run by Oga Garra, whose cantina serves all sorts of smugglers, bounty hunters, locals, and travelers. Though a strict code of conduct tries to keep some of the more impusive visitors at bay, the park warns that "patrons can be ... unpredictable."
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And no cantina is complete without some otherworldly tunes. Droid DJ R-3X, a former Starspeeder 3000 pilot from Disneyland's "Star Tours" attraction, has found himself on planet Batuu serving up beats.
Guests can expect an array of unique alcoholic and non-alcoholic drinks being created for menus in the morning and at night. Exotic mixes like the Spiran Caf and Bloody Rancor will tantalize taste buds in the morning, before guests can try out the Jedi Mind Trick, Yub Nub, or Dagobah Slug Slinger.
Several beers and wines created just for "Galaxy's Edge" will also be on tap for guests, like the White Wampa Ale and Imperial Guard wine.
On the non-alcoholic side, colorful concoctions like Blue Bantha milk, Jabba Juice, or Oga's Obsession are sure to delight everyone.
Small dishes like Batuu Bits, Rising Moons Overnight Oats, and Mustafarian Lava Rolls will also be served for travelers to snack.
So keep your head down and avoid bumping into the wrong person (say, someone wanted in 12 systems) and you might get out of the immersive bar with another story or two on your "Galaxy's Edge" journey.