How Much Does Space 220 Cost?
Epcot’s Space 220 restaurant offers a prix fixe menu with different prices for lunch and dinner.
For lunchtime, the cost for adults is $55, and that includes a selection of one “Lift-Offs” appetizer and one “Star Course” entrée.
For dinner, the cost is $79, and that includes a selection of one “Lift-Offs” appetizer, one “Star Course” entrée, and one “Supernova Sweets” dessert.
The kid’s meal is $29 for both lunch and dinner, that price includes a drink, an entree, a dessert, and a pack of Space 220 trading cards.
Yes, it’s not cheap but the portions are huge and the experience is outer-worldly.
How to Get Reservations at Space 220
Space 220 will be one of the hottest dining reservations for a while. It’s brand new, totally unique, and a really amazing experience. Therefore, you know everyone will be trying to get a table here.
So how do you get reservations for Space 220?
Guests must have a reservation for a lunch and dinner dining experience.
But there IS another way to experience the restaurant. The Space 220 Lounge is a first-come, first-serve experience, at least for now. You can just walk in and sit down, assuming there are seats available.
So, if you are unable to get a regular dining reservation, we strongly recommend heading to the Space 220 Lounge.
Another possible benefit to eating is the cost. Items on the menu are ordered on an individual basis as opposed to the regular (and pricey) prix fixe menu.
Yes, the lounge area may be crowded and it’s possible that you’ll be unable to get a seat. And yes, the menu at the Lounge is very limited. That said, not many people know that the Lounge operates on a first-come, first-serve basis or even know the Lounge exists in the first place.
The Space 220 Lounge is definitely the way to go if you want to check out Space 220 without a reservation.