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Space 220

Nick

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Grabnar

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I didn't see this posted anywhere but we got the first look inside Space 220 in D'Amaro's IAAPA talk:

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Cup_Of_Coffee

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I didn't see this posted anywhere but we got the first look inside Space 220 in D'Amaro's IAAPA talk:

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I actually think this is a neat idea, just depends on how the screens really work. Gonna be $$$ tho
 

PerceptiveCoot

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Looks like they have started hiring, might be opening soon?

Something new opening at Disney World? Nah, I don't buy it.

EDIT: This restaurant seems very cool though. Definitely will be a hit if the food matches the decor.
 

Nick

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Fall 2021 is the new target opening. With them hiring for the restaurant now and tourism coming back with restrictions easing, i'm inclined to believe that they'll finally hit their target.
 

Joe

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I must have missed that this was going to be an all "prix fixe" situation.
That's news to me too.

Completely disappointing and lackluster menu. With no bar I guess I won't eat here till someone really really wants to, or I'll watch the vids online.
 

shiekra38

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I must have missed that this was going to be an all "prix fixe" situation.
It's crazy how places like CityWalk are super affordable no matter where you go. Like, of course, you're paying some "theme park prices", but the general theme is affordability for a family. This though, this is pure arrogant pricing structures. I suppose if you're going to do an "upscale exclusive" theme park dining option, Epcot would be the place...but then don't lawd it as a new expansion or available to everyone.
 

kingcooger

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It's crazy how places like CityWalk are super affordable no matter where you go. Like, of course, you're paying some "theme park prices", but the general theme is affordability for a family. This though, this is pure arrogant pricing structures. I suppose if you're going to do an "upscale exclusive" theme park dining option, Epcot would be the place...but then don't lawd it as a new expansion or available to everyone.
As much as I agree that it is overpriced, I think I believe it to be overpriced because the menu is relatively basic stuff overall. Nothing really stands out as being special or really unique.
 

shiekra38

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As much as I agree that it is overpriced, I think I believe it to be overpriced because the menu is relatively basic stuff overall. Nothing really stands out as being special or really unique.
It's literally BigFire but in space

Although, BigFire doesn't have a space elevator gimmick
 
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