Glad I went during the previews but Oga's isn't something I need to do again. But if I go with someone who hasn't been there yet, I'll go again.
Aww. I’d actually give it a chance. It’s not a bar in the sense your thinking, I don’t think. There’s a two drink maximum so no one is getting drunk or heck probably even buzzed there.In our case, we cancelled when found out it was a true bar (not a restaurant, despite the reservation being called "lunch" on MDE) and decided that we didn't want to take my nieces there. While we're not upset that they've added a bar (and are looking forward to enjoying on our adult only trip in Feb), we don't want to take my underage nieces to a bar, no matter how well themed to SW it is...
I don’t drink alcohol.Aww. I’d actually give it a chance. It’s not a bar in the sense your thinking, I don’t think. There’s a two drink maximum so no one is getting drunk or heck probably even buzzed there.
I actually really enjoyed my experience and I drink very minimal alcohol because I legit react to most kinds. The non alcoholic drinks were quite tasty and less expensive.
I went in the morning and they do have a few snacks you could try then. The servers were excellent and enthusiastic when I was in there.
Good to know - thanks. I have been checking daily in case something opened up for our December trip, since my 15-year old stepson is a massive Star Wars fan. I finally snagged a reservation for our DHS day when I checked on Saturday night, but it's at 9:25am, and only my son and I can go inside (I could only get it for 2, so my husband and daughter will have to go into a store or something). I wasn't sure what we'd be drinking, since it sounds like the blue milk tastes better frozen (outside). I'll give the Cliff Dweller a tryI don’t drink alcohol.
We went twice. I got the Cliff Dweller both times. It was really good, and I got the Porg mug each time.
I use them as pen holders - one at work and the other for my home office.
We had an excellent server the first time, and a really dreadful one on visit number two.
We will definitely return on our trip next summer.
"I'd like to speak to the manager!"Talk about quality control issues!
In constrast to yours, @Mickeyboof, my sad little Outer Rim (which I also posted on Yelp, to vent my impotent rage) looked like this - not to mention that it was underfilled and 95% ice. FWIW, the other beverages you see here were supposed to be a ruby red Jet Fuel, which was brown instead, and two Carbon Freezes with dry ice and green apple popping pearls, from which the dry ice was inexplicably missing despite the fact that it's half the point of ordering this, and the green pearls were substituted for brown ones, which meant my kids looked like they were sucking down urine-tinged toilet water with turd balls in it. Note also the complete lack of coasters, napkins, straws or spoons... we were told that they'd "run out of a lot of things."
Have you watched the Star Wars films? Its pretty clear in the film that the Cantina is a bar and therefore it is exactly what I would expect to be built. Of course it is Disney so its relatively family friendly for a bar, but wouldn't expect a restaurant having seen the Cantina in the film.In our case, we cancelled when found out it was a true bar (not a restaurant, despite the reservation being called "lunch" on MDE) and decided that we didn't want to take my nieces there. While we're not upset that they've added a bar (and are looking forward to enjoying on our adult only trip in Feb), we don't want to take my underage nieces to a bar, no matter how well themed to SW it is...
I agree with much of what you said. But Smuggler's Run was a disappointment on our first ride, just two of us. Then we had a party of 4 and it was a lot of fun yelling at each other to get the cargo and helping each other out. Rode it for a total of 3x last week and going with a group of 3-6 radically changes the experience. But they will need to start rotating the missions sooner rather than later.I’ve been reading many negative comments for months about SWGE, smugglers run and the cost of everything in the land and now after visiting last week at Disneyland I can finally, begrudgingly say, I agree.
The cantina could be so amazing if I wasn’t overcharged and rushed out the door. The service sucked and the drinks were mediocre.
The milks were both better than I had expected based on reviews. I honestly like them.
The kadu ribs were inedible. The chilled shrimp dish was bland. Food needs help.
The merchandise is a mess. What happened to unique items? It looks like everything Disney sells everywhere else. They need to go back to the drawing board.
And finally- smugglers run.... this rides lead up is awesome. Everything is awesome until the ride actually starts. What the heck went wrong? Star Tours is a vastly superior ride experience. Such a disapointment.
The land itself is so beautiful with so much potential. However, I wish we saw more Star Wars éléments in a Star Wars land.
Think of all the sponsorship opportunities: Captain Morgan's presents The Tiki Room, Sazerac presents The Blue Bayou Restaurant, Coors presents The Matterhorn, and the like...Wow. So if we extrapolate from here...$hapek's virtually then guaranteed to OK another alcohol sales location in Walt's park. And I completely agree with the need to rework the "milk" formulas. I've said it before but they were both a one and done for my daughter and I in current form. Interesting that they are actually "getting it" to a degree and will look to retool the Oga's menu. This seems fairly encouraging. The only negative is likely another alcohol sales location in DL, but I think we've all reached a consensus that that was inevitable at some point.