Disney's Space 220 restaurant lets you immerse in its (g)astronomical view and menu

According to reports by space.com the restaurant is situated aboard a space station orbiting 220 miles above the earth, hence named 'Space 220.' The patrons can marvel at the planet below as it allows them to enjoy '(g)astronomical' dishes as 'Starry Calamari' and 'Terra-Bolognese.'

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Disney has opened its new immersive restaurant, which offers its guests a chance to dine in Earth orbit. The restaurant is opened after a five-year count down. According to reports by space.com the restaurant is situated aboard a space station orbiting 220 miles above the earth, hence named 'Space 220.' The patrons can marvel at the planet below as it allows them to enjoy '(g)astronomical' dishes as 'Starry Calamari' and 'Terra-Bolognese.'

Space 220 is the celebration of the endless possibilities of technology, human ingenuity, and space exploration. The diners enter Space 220 through the Mission: SPACE pavilion, which offered a simulated, centrifuge-powered trip to Mars since 2003.  The restaurant has its own ride, which is the pavilion's title attraction. Guests board a space elevator named 'Stellarvator' which is a cross between the 'Mission to Mars' ride of nostalgic Tomorrowland and the hydrolators which submerge the guest in the Living Seas with Nemo and Friends. 

The Centauri space station is connected to a space elevator and is locked over one place on Earth. The guests do not see Earth rotate below when looking out the windows of Space 220. The guest visiting Epcot on an overcast day will have a pleasant look at cloud-covered central Florida when reaching space. However, diners who visit on a starry night will have a clear view of the ground.