The Walt Disney Company's D23 expo brought plenty of exciting Disney World announcements this year, from an immersive Star Wars hotel to crazy photos of the Star Wars park's biggest planned attractions, but the multinational Mickey monster is bringing one more science-fiction-fueled establishment to its Orlando flagship very soon: a space-themed restaurant.
The company has not yet disclosed the name of the restaurant, and other details are slim, but Disney promises that it will offer table-service dining in the heart of Epcot, near the popular Mission: Space simulator ride. A cryptic Disney blog post revealed that it would allow "guests to travel into space for amazing dining experiences in the stars."
An artist concept illustration (shown above) teases a bit more, showing off a restaurant ringed with a panoramic view of space with Earth itself in the background. In the words of Thomas Smith, editorial content director at the Disney Parks, the restaurant will serve up "amazing meals with spectacular views high above Earth -- from space!"