Disney sent nerds everywhere into fits of ecstasy last summer when it announced it would build Star Wars-themed attractions at both Disney World and Disneyland. Now, per Disney Food Blog, concept art has been revealed for the future "Star Wars Lands" that appears to include two bar/restaurant concepts.
From the beginning it was known that each fourteen-acre "Star Wars Land" would include a Mos Eisley cantina, the dimly-lit watering hole on Tatooine featured in Episode IV. Then last night on a televised Disneyland 60th anniversary special, new concept art was revealed that depicts an as-of-yet-unnamed table-service restaurant. There was also mention of "an otherworldly street market" where visitors will be able to "actually [taste] the local delicacies."
But one major question remains: A commenter on the official Disney Park blog asks, "Does this mean Disneyland will finally start serving alcohol? A cantina wouldn’t make much sense otherwise…"
The actual opening date of Star Wars Land is still a giant question mark, but in the meantime, there's plenty of Star Wars-themed novelty foods to be devoured at Disneyland: There diners can feast on everything from Darth Tamales and a Padawan Breakfast Plate to the Pastry Menace, an eclair made sinister with red and black icing and almond "horns."
Watch Harrison Ford introduce Star Wars Land, below: