Step into a Culinary Universe: Space 220 New Menu

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Buckle up, foodies and space enthusiasts, because there’s a dining destination that’s truly out of this world. Imagine taking off on a flavorful journey 220 miles above Earth, and you’ve got Space 220 Restaurant! Today, September 20th, marks the second anniversary of this gastronomical space odyssey, and they’re celebrating in style with a stellar lineup of new dishes and drinks. Let’s take a look at the Space 220 new menu!

Space 220 new menu

Space 220 Restaurant: Where Food Meets the Cosmos

Let’s start by exploring the incredible food items that are now orbiting the menu:

  • Neptuna Tartare: Dive into sushi-grade yellowfin tuna paired with creamy avocado crema, luscious mango coulis, edamame, crispy wonton, and a zesty yuzu dressing.
  • Roasted Asparagus Soup: This bowl of comfort features jumbo lump crabmeat, roasted poblano and red peppers, a drizzle of citrus chili oil, and a crunchy crouton.
  • Bone-in Pork Chop: Savor a slow-roasted 16 oz. pork chop, accompanied by a velvety corn flan, succotash, and a spiced applesauce that will transport your taste buds to another galaxy.
  • Pan Roasted Swordfish “Cioppino”: Dive into a tomato and fennel seafood broth filled with shrimp, littleneck clams, Prince Edward Island mussels, and toasted garlic bread.
  • Vanilla Bean Greek Yogurt Parfait: For dessert, enjoy a delightful parfait featuring black sesame crumble, yuzu curd, macerated blackberries, and a basil blackberry sauce that’s simply heavenly.
  • Cosmic Cupcake: Kids and the young at heart will adore the chocolate plant-based devil’s food cupcake topped with vanilla frosting and galactic sprinkles.
Space 220 new menu

A Cosmic Collection of Beverages

Now, let’s quench your thirst with Space 220 Restaurant’s sensational selection of beverages:

  • Starship Lemonade: A refreshing non-alcoholic blend of butterfly pea flower, lemonade, and Sprite, served with a mesmerizing glow cube.
  • Moon Rocks: Sip on a non-alcoholic concoction made with lemon juice, blue cotton candy syrup, Sprite, pineapple juice, and pop rocks for a fizzy lunar experience.
  • Solar Flare Sour: Try the zero-proof option featuring Lyre’s Agave Blanco Non-alcoholic Tequila, mango, lime juice, grapefruit bitters, and fever tree tonic water.
  • Galaxy Spritz: Embark on a taste adventure with the Lagoon Bay Aperitif, lychee liqueur, fresh lemon juice, and prosecco.
  • Black Hole Fashioned: Whiskey lovers can relish in the Knob Creek Bourbon Whiskey, demerara syrup, and whiskey barrel-aged bitters.
  • M4RG4R1TA: Experience a Tequila delight with Espolon Blanco Tequila, watermelon lime sour, and a salted lime foam.
  • Illumination: Bacardi Rum, Malibu Caribbean Rum, passion fruit, blood orange, pineapple, lime sour, and passion fruit boba create a tropical explosion of flavor.
  • Saturn 2.0: Bacardi Reserva Ocho Rum, Velvet Falernum Liqueur, orgeat, passion fruit, and lemon juice transport you to the rings of Saturn.
  • Space Age Mule: Tito’s Homemade Vodka, fresh carrot juice, mango, lime juice, ginger beer, and a chili lime seasoning rim deliver a spicy kick.
  • Command Center: Hendrick’s Gin, St-Germain Elderflower Liqueur, lemon juice, and citrus elderflower foam unite in a refreshing cocktail.
  • Shuttle Crew: Lift off with Ketel One Botanical Peach & Orange Blossom Vodka, vanilla, tangerine, Red Bull, and tangy foam.
  • Gamma Burst: Grey Goose Essences Strawberry & Lemongrass, Midori Melon Liqueur, and strawberry popping pearls create a burst of fruity goodness.

Embark on Your Cosmic Culinary Journey

So, if you’re ready for a dining adventure that’s truly out of this world, make a reservation at Space 220 Restaurant. Celebrate their two-year anniversary by indulging in these cosmic culinary creations and raising a glass to an extraordinary dining experience that’s simply stellar. Whether you’re a space enthusiast or a food lover, this restaurant promises a journey you won’t soon forget. Blast off and bon appétit!

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