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News Space 220 Restaurant dining experience at Epcot's Future World

MisterPenguin

President of Animal Kingdom
Premium Member
Yes, the one that was for the VIP or Lounge for the sponsors but never finished
It will be the restaurant entrance.
Starting with this post, you'll see pictures of that lounge and it's partial deconstruction...

This. At the moment the hardly used MS overflow queue goes past the future entrance doorway and lobby building.

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larryz

Disneyphilus Smirkatious
Premium Member
yes I know, but I mean in real life (?) who is that he always have those great photos? Always in the right place with the right camera! I am starting to think he might be Bruce Wayne with all the money to spare and at night he become bioreconstruct ...
Wouldn't it be funny if s/he turned out to be one of those people who shall not be named?
 

JoeCamel

Well-Known Member
yes I know, but I mean in real life (?) who is that he always have those great photos? Always in the right place with the right camera! I am starting to think he might be Bruce Wayne with all the money to spare and at night he become bioreconstruct ...
Be sure to like his twitter posts, least we can do for all the great work he puts in.
When I ask he says he is someone "with too much time on his hands". I likey his hobby.
 

sedati

Well-Known Member
I know that cost reduction is king now a days, but... how beautifull is WoL pavillion as a whole and how sad is to see the mision space pavilion been only a facade, even when one of the (if not the most) popular atraction in epcot has the track next to it.
I like the variety of presentation. Space seems similar to me as the pavilion opposite it, The Land, where what we see is mostly a dynamic element and not the pavilion as a whole.
 
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Mike730

Well-Known Member
Gold Mine of info here. Thanks.

The new Space 220 restaurant which is located next to the attraction Mission to Mars
uhh... excuse me?

The new restaurant will be located between Mission Space and Test track at EPCOT
Oh... right. Ok.

The dining room will contain more than 350 seats. Customers will access to the dining room thanks to two fully functioning elevators with large digital screens, similar to those used by tourists to access the viewing platforms at One World Trade Center and the Burj Khalifa. The Space Restaurant is using these screens on the elevator to simulate the trip to the space station. After exiting the elevators, customers will enter into the newly constructed restaurant that will be connected to the rear of the existing lounge. After walking through a small hallway, guests will enter into the main dining room that will have a 250-foot-long digital screen that flanks the back of the curbed room.
Space-olators!
I'm assuming Space 220 is in reference to 220 mile high orbit of the International Space Station.
International Cast members will start arriving to work at Space 220 in September.
 
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