Disney has shared details of Oga’s Cantina on the Black Spire Outpost, which will be serving pilots, bounty hunters, smugglers, locals and galactic travellers when it opens in 2019.
Run by an alien proprietor called Oga Garra, the cantina adheres to a strict code of conduct that tries to keep its unruly patrons in check.
But with a history of being a smugglers’ safe haven and a popular stopping point for those seeking to avoid the authorities, it inevitably attracts some of the most disreputable characters in the galaxy.
Beer, wine and outer space-themed cocktails will be served in bizarre cups and glasses, with alcoholic and non-alcoholic choices.
Musical entertainment will be provided courtesy of RX-24, the former StarSpeeder 3000 pilot droid who first appeared in Star Tours, now working as the cantina’s DJ.
The bar is especially big news for Disneyland because, until now, alcohol has only been available for sale in its private Club 33 and the neighbouring California Adventure park.
Walt Disney was against selling booze because it went against the family feel he was trying to create.
Disney has announced that the Star Wars-themed lands will open next summer in California's Disneyland and next autumn at Disney World in Orlando.
Insiders are suggesting that the summer launch date for California is likely to be in June.
The mini theme parks, which are currently under construction, will transport guests to a never-before-seen planet.
The remote trading port, a collaboration between Disney and Star Wars, is a mysterious destination somewhere on the Outer Rim — lying on the edge of the Unknown Regions.
It has become a thriving port for smugglers, rogue traders and adventurers travelling between the frontier and uncharted space.
Here, guests will find themselves in the middle of the action at two signature attractions, one of which lets visitors take the controls of Millennium Falcon on a customised secret mission.
The second focuses on an epic Star Wars adventure that puts guests in the middle of a climactic battle between the First Order and the Resistance.
At the two new signature attractions at both theme parks, guests will face encounters with characters including BB8, Chewbacca, Rex and Kylo Ren.
Unlike other theme parks, a plot line can follow guests throughout their day on the different attractions as the entire park is being created as an immersive theatre experience.
Guests can "build a reputation" at Star Wars Land, so what you do on one ride could affect what happens on others.
It is thought that the Orlando Star Wars land is taking longer to build because of the new Star Wars hotel that is also launching at the site.
The hotel comes in the form of a starship, filled with characters and stories that unfold all around them during their voyage through the galaxy.
To add to the feeling, every cabin window in the lobby, restaurants and bedrooms will have views of space.
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