Tons of activity is packed within Star Wars: Galaxy’s Edge at Disney World. Fly the Millennium Falcon. Build your own lightsaber and astromech droid. Interact with Rey, Kylo Ren and other Star Wars characters. That’s a lot for any Star Wars fan or casual park-goer to take in!
When we frogs need a short break from the hustle and bustle of Batuu, we find there is nothing better than grabbing refreshing drinks at Oga’s Cantina. This Batuu staple is known as the perfect stop for worldly travelers to enjoy some refreshments and music. Ever wish you could visit a galactic cantina, just like in the Star Wars films? Now you can! But how do you get into this hoppin' place? That is the big question. Here's what you need to know about Oga's Cantina!
How to Make Reservations for Oga's Cantina at Disney World
Oga’s Cantina has been a toadally fun destination for Batuu travelers. But unlike the cantinas in the Star Wars universe, availability is limited. Keep in mind, advanced reservations are required. Currently, you can check availability and book a reservation online or via the My Disney Experience app up to 60 days in advance. Separate theme park admission and a Disney Park Pass reservation is required. If reservations are full, we recommend checking back periodically and refreshing the time slots — we've had luck getting reservations that way, especially the week-of as people change their plans.
Oga’s Cantina reservations require a credit card guarantee, which means you’ll need to enter your card information when booking. However, the card won’t be charged until you arrive at the cantina. If you don’t show up for your reservation, you’ll face a cancellation fee of $10 per person. Be sure to cancel at least a day before if you need to so that you can avoid the no-show penalty. Keep your eye on the time, as late arrivals may not be accommodated. That said, choose a reservation time that you can realistically make. You’ll need enough time to arrive, go through security and the entrance turnstiles and walk toward the back of the park.
Oga's Cantina sometimes offers a standby waitlist when available. If you don't have a reservation time, feel free to check with the cast members outside to see if they are taking in people on standby. If there's availability, they may be able to squeeze you in, or ask you to come back at a later time. Go in the morning for your best chance, however, still keep in mind that standby does not guarantee admission.
The Atmosphere Inside Oga’s Cantina at Disney World
A dimly lit tavern with background music played by aliens … does this sound familiar? In many ways, Oga’s Cantina shares a similar vibe with the Mos Eisley Cantina from the 1977 "Star Wars" film. It’s an enclosed space with low lighting and high activity.
If you need to check-in for a reservation, be sure to arrive no earlier than 15 minutes before your scheduled time. Meet with the cast member at the end of the queue. Prepare to show your reservation confirmation email, photo ID and credit card that you used when booking. Guests will be admitted as soon as space that accommodates their party size becomes available.
Keep in mind that the cantina is mainly standing room only, as there is limited seating inside the cantina. You will be placed at either the bar, high-top tables or at the few sit-down booths. (Short tadpoles might have a hard time reaching the high-top, but they are welcome inside!) You do not typically have a choice on which tables you are placed.
Enjoy some intergalactic tunes from R3X (or Rex), who you may have already seen around Disney's Hollywood Studios. He is the same pilot droid from Star Tours: The Adventures Continue. At some point, he crash-landed onto Batuu and was reprogrammed into a DJ by Mubo, who runs the Droid Depot. Mubo gave Rex to Oga Garra to pay off a debt, so now he's spinning funky tunes at the cantina. Even the bartenders will cheer and chant along with the music (you know, just like bars here on Earth!).
Oga’s Cantina Menu
It’s finally the moment you’ve been waiting for … let’s talk about the food and drinks!
Oga’s Cantina follows Disney’s Hollywood Studios’ operational hours, so you can start your day at the park with a drink, eat a mid-afternoon snack or finish the day off with a galactic concoction. There's often even reservations for after park close, so you'll have a nearly empty Batuu as you exit! The lunch and dinner hours share the exact same menu, including prices. While there are a ton of alcoholic beverages to enjoy, tadpoles and frogs who don’t drink alcohol have options, as well. (The Disney World menu is almost identical to Disneyland's Oga's Cantina, but has one exclusive alcoholic provision: the Rodian Ration.)
Concoctions with Alcohol:
- Bespin Fizz – Rum, yuzu purée, pomegranate juice, white cranberry juice and a cloud swirl
- The Outer Rim – Silver tequila, açaí liqueur, lime juice, pure cane sugar, black salt and exotic fruit purée
- Dagobah Slug Slinger – Reposado tequila, blue curaçao, citrus juices, ginger, herbs and bitters (pictured)
- Fuzzy Tauntaun – Peach vodka, peach schnapps, orange juice with tangerine, pure cane sugar and “buzz button tingling” foam
- T-16 Skyhopper – Vodka, melon liqueur, kiwi and half & half
- Jedi Mind Trick – Grapefruit and rose vodka, falernum, blue curaçao, white grape juice, lime juice and grapefruit bitters
- Jet Juice – Bourbon, chile liqueur, açaí liqueur, white grape juice and lemon juice
- Yub Nub – Pineapple rum, spiced rum, citrus juices and passion fruit
- Specialty beers on tap, beer flights (with the option to take the souvenir flight board home, complete with rancor teeth), wine on tap and hard cider on tap
Some of our favorites include the sweet T-16 Skyhopper, which tastes like an alcoholic version of a honeydew milk tea with hints of kiwi, as well as the Fuzzy Tauntaun, a citrusy mix of orange, tangerine and peach that literally makes your tongue numb.
Concoctions without Alcohol:
- Blue Bantha – Blue Milk served chilled with a bantha-inspired vanilla-butter sugar cookie (contains tree nuts: coconut)
- Carbon Freeze – Powerade Lemon Lime, wild strawberry, blueberry and green apple popping pearls
- Black Spire Brew – Cold Brew Joffrey’s Coffee, honey, falernum, passion fruit and citrus
- Blurrgfire – Lemonade, pomegranate juice and habanero-lime
- Jabba Juice – Simply Orange with pineapple, kiwi, cantaloupe and blueberry popping pearls
- Cliff Dweller – Citrus juices, coconut, hibiscus-grenadine and Seagram’s Ginger Ale. This drink comes in a souvenir porg mug!
- Hyperdrive (Punch It!) – Powerade Mountain Berry Blast, white cranberry juice, black cherry purée and Sprite
Tad and Lily always love getting the Blue Bantha, which is Blue Milk with a cookie on top. Don't mind if we do!
Snacks and Provisions:
- Rodian Ration (alcoholic) – Vodka, sour apple schnapps, green apple, Sprite and boba balls with a pop. It's served in small dish with gelatin, popping pearls and pop rocks on top.
- Oga’s Obsession – Lemonade, cotton candy flavor and blueberry popping pearls with a bursting dried fruit mixture. Similar to Rodian Ration, but blue and nonalcoholic.
- Happabore Sampler – Cured and roasted meats, cheese and pork cracklings.
- Batuu Bits – Crispy galaxy snack bits with spiced chermoula dip. We thought it had interesting flavors, ranging from sweet to spicy.
Each guest has a one-drink minimum and a two-drink maximum. Frogs must be 21 or older to consume alcohol, so don’t froget to bring your photo ID! Your party’s time is limited to 45 minutes to accommodate other frogs with reservations. You cannot take your drinks with you, but if you ordered a drink in a souvenir mug, you'll receive a new, clean boxed one to go.
Oga's Cantina is a fun addition to Star Wars: Galaxy's Edge and definitely recommended for the Jedi or Sith in your family. May the frogs be with you!
What are your favorite drinks from Oga's Cantina inside Star Wars: Galaxy's Edge at Disney World? Be sure to check out our full guide about the galactic land at Disney's Hollywood Studios!