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Disney Star Wars Weekends Restaurant will be Serving Up Yoda Key Lime Cake, Lightsaber Bites and More

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If you’re a fan of “Star Wars,” you’ve probably seen all the movies. You also may have one of those realistic lightsabers and maybe, just maybe, a Wookiee mask. But no matter how big of a “Star Wars” obsession you have, chances are you’ve never eaten a key lime-flavored Yoda face.

If you love “Star Wars,” food or just want a new experience, then make your way (even if it is far, far away) to Disney’s Hollywood Studios this summer to eat at the Rebel Hangar, a “Star Wars” pop-up restaurant.

The menu is complete with appetizers, entrees and desserts fit for a Jedi. Dishes include Lightsaber Bites (“hand-dipped corn-battered knockwurst sausages with house-made chips and mustard dipping sauce”), the Trio of Thermal Detonators (“spicy pork wings topped with spicy piquillo-pepper sauce and slaw”) and Yoda Key Lime Cake. And for the adults, there are a number of alcoholic beverages, such as The Dark Side (“Stoli vanilla vodka, Bailey’s liqueur, crème de cocoa and brownie garnish”).

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Disney’s Hollywood Studios is hosting Star Wars Weekends from May 15 to June 14 to promote the upcoming movie "Star Wars: Episode VII-The Force Awakens."

Disney World’s website suggests making reservations to dine at the Rebel Hangar at (407) WDW-DINE or (407) 939-3463. The restaurant will be open from 4 p.m. to 9 p.m. during Star Wars Weekends. 

Check out some of the other dishes, below: 

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Chips & Sith – hummus with red pepper coulis, black sesame dust, and corn tortilla chips

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Slider Sampler: “The Sith” barbecue-braised brisket & “The Jedi” with barbecued pulled chicken with arugula

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Fruit and Cheese “Sabers” featuring Tillamook cheddar, Brie, goat cheese, pickled vegetables, and more

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