Guide: Making a Reservation and Experiencing Oga’s Cantina Inside Disneyland


Oga’s Cantina is one of the Disneyland hotspots that will make you feel like you’ve stepped into the Mos Eisley Cantina. Concoctions made behind the bar bubble up, and may even make your lips feel numb, and it’s filled with strange creatures.

It is the only public place Disneyland Park to serve alcohol, but there are plentiful options for the ‘younglings’ without alcohol.

How to make a Reservation at Oga’s Cantina

Reservations can be made up to 60-days in advance for the Cantina, using the Disneyland app, or by signing into your account online. You’ll be required to have a credit card connected, and there is a $10 fee, per person, if you don’t make it to your otherworldly travels.

Reservations should be made in advance, but if you’re not sure what time you’re going to be in the Galaxy, it is possible to get same day reservations, as well as a very limited walk-in availability. You can make the reservations starting at 7am, but be ready to make a quick decision. To find Oga’s Cantina, browse under ‘dining’ or use the magnifying glass to search for ‘Oga’s Cantina’.

Visiting Oga’s Cantina

Adjacent to the Millennium Falcon, you’ll find the Cantina by the rowdy music inside. Inside, the Cantina is packed with strange creatures, and you may not get a spot at a table to sit down, so it’s best to book a reservation before your traveling legs get weary at the end of the day.

There is a limit of forty-five minutes, and two drinks, per guest. There are snacks, alcoholic, and non-alcoholic drinks on the menu.

What’s on the Menu?

Breakfast to late night, you’ll find delicious delights on the menu at Oga’s (fun fact: Galaxy’s Edge has our favourite food in the park). You’ll find the same food in the kiosks throughout the park, but Oga’s comes with atmosphere.

Breakfast foods are served until 10:00 am (tip: you can also get items from the regular menu). Breakfast includes a selection of overnight oats with fruit, and our favourite, the Mustafarian Lava Roll, it’s like a cinnamon roll, with floral notes and flavours.