Star Wars: Galaxy’s Edge No Longer Using Themed Sporks at Disney’s Hollywood Studios

Less than two weeks since its officially opening to the public, Docking Bay 7 Food and Cargo has stopped using unique sporks for guests looking to grab a bite to eat. Just like out in Disneyland, the main eatery in Star Wars: Galaxy’s Edge has stopped issuing the themed utensil to guests. Twitter user Tharin White spotted regular utensils in use during breakfast this morning, and we have since visited Docking Bay 7 to confirm that the sporks aren’t being used right now.

Of course, that begs the question: “where did they go?”

Unfortunately, it seems like Hondo Ohnaka isn’t the only pirate on Batuu. Guests have reportedly been taking them from Docking Bay 7 Food and Cargo and either selling them on eBay or keeping them for their own collection. As of this yesterday morning, guests are being given regular silverware forks for their dining experience. Cast Members didn’t say what happened to the sporks, just that they “aren’t being offered at this time”. We saw the same thing happen out in Disneyland about two weeks after the land opened there too. Unfortunately, they have yet to return to Disneyland, perhaps putting their future in doubt for Disney’s Hollywood Studios.

For more of our coverage of Star Wars: Galaxy’s Edge, check out our first impressions of the land from our Annual Passholder preview at Disney’s Hollywood Studios. For even more, check out our reviews of the various experiences and eats below:

Mike
Mike is the owner and writer for BlogMickey.com. Visiting the parks daily allows him to keep up with the latest Disney news, reviews, and photos from around the Disney Parks

3 COMMENTS

  1. Thank you to all of you that stole a sporks or more.
    You have managed to rune it for the rest of us.
    But you got yours and the money selling them on ebay.

  2. Sporks are the most unnecessary and difficult to use utensil. I was there for passholder previews, no immersion was “lost” because I was given a fork. I think I was pulled out of it more by having to pull out my wallet and swiping my credit card than a single utensil ever could.

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