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Unread 14 Jan 20, 03:44 PM  
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Hi, has anyone been? I'm wondering about booking it just for drinks after the droid workshop on my son's birthday. I'm wanting to know whether the theming is worth the cost for myself who may have an alcoholic drink and two kids-7&14?
Thanks for any input.x
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Unread 14 Jan 20, 03:54 PM  
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We went in October. For me, it was not worth it. The drinks are ridiculously expensive. It was really crammed in. We we stood at a table that the kids could barely see over. We stayed in there for about 20 minutes in total.
I think if you are a really Star Wars fan it would be great. The theming is good, but so is the theming in the shops etc and you can see all that for no additional charge.
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I'd say it depends how into star wars you all are. We visited after the droid depot too! (which is great fun by the way) We had 2 non alcoholic drinks and the jelly snack thing and it came to just under $100! We did choose a drink that came with a souvenir cup but it's very expensive.

We were probably in there less than 1/2 hour and I cant say I would go back. The theming is great but it's also packed and cramped and really wasn't a comfortable place to spend any time. We were standing and around one very small table/stand they put 8 other people, I don't mind sharing a table but we just didn't have enough space!
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Im really torn on this too! We made a reservation months ago but Ive read so many negative reviews 😖
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We went in October. For me, it was not worth it. The drinks are ridiculously expensive. It was really crammed in. We we stood at a table that the kids could barely see over. We stayed in there for about 20 minutes in total.
I think if you are a really Star Wars fan it would be great. The theming is good, but so is the theming in the shops etc and you can see all that for no additional charge.
We cancelled our ADR here last month as I read so many reviews that said the same as this. Every time we walked past it there was a queue also, even when GE wasn't that busy.
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I was thinking of breakfast, they do coffee $5 & a cinnamon bun $6 so that could be a way to go in and see the theming without taking a mortgage out
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I was thinking of breakfast, they do coffee $5 & a cinnamon bun $6 so that could be a way to go in and see the theming without taking a mortgage out
We have booked breakfast too !
I wonder if they are available as a snack credit ?
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My 8 and 10 year olds and husband who are Star Wars fans really liked it. The seating arrangement isnt great (shared standing table with a 3 year old!), but I was told it was just like being in the films. We spent $37 on one alcoholic drink, a blue milk and cookie thing, and a non alcoholic drink. I dont know if I would do it again, but I was glad we did it overall
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