General Information

Location: On the left side as you walk into Tomorrowland past Buzz Lightyear Astro Blasters.

Date Opened: 1967

Seating: Outdoor seating, mostly covered.

Service Type: Counter service, two separate order stations.

Children's Meals: Yes

Vegetarian Options: Roasted portobello sandwich

Annual Pass Discount: 15% for Premium; 10% for all other levels

Reservations: No


Menu Information


As of October 2015

Breakfast (Served until 10:30 a.m.)

  • French Toast – Dusted with powdered sugar, served with syrup, bacon and fresh fruit. $7.99
  • Fresh Fruit Platter – Served with an apple-cranberry bran muffin and honey yogurt. $6.49
  • Breakfast Burrito – Scrambled eggs, chorizo, black beans, queso fresco, breakfast potatoes and cilantro-tomatillo salsa, wrapped in a flour tortilla. Served with fresh fruit. $7.49
  • Breakfast Platter – Scrambled eggs, bacon, breakfast potatoes and biscuit. $8.49

Kid's Meals

Include choice of small low-fat milk or small Dasani water.

  • Breakfast Plate – Scrambled eggs, turkey bacon, breakfast potatoes and fruit. $6.49
  • French Toast – with turkey bacon and fruit.. $6.49

As of October 2015

Lunch/Dinner Menu

Flight Command Cuisine

Burgers and sandwiches served with fresh fruit or french fries.

  • Angus 1/3 lb. BBQ Bacon Cheeseburger – Angus chuck burger with BBQ sauce, onion ring, bacon and jack cheese. $10.69
  • Classic Angus 1/3 lb. Cheeseburger – Angus chuck burger with cheese, lettuce, tomato and our signature sauce. $9.99
  • Chicken Sandwich with Avocado Salsa – Chicken breast with lettuce, tomato and avocado salsa. $9.29
  • Portobello & Vegetable Sandwich – Served cold with portobello mushrooms, peppers, zucchini, onions, provolone cheese and basil aioli on multigrain bread. $8.79
  • Grilled Chicken Chop Salad – Chicken breast with fresh greens, feta cheese and vegetables. Served with roasted red pepper ranch dressing. $9.99
  • Han Solo in Carbonite Bundled Meal - Angus 1/3 lb BBQ Bacon Cheeseburger with choice of fruit or fries - $18.99

Kid's Meals

Include choice of small low-fat milk or small Dasani water.

  • Kid's Hamburger – with sliced apples and carrots. $6.99
  • Turkey Sandwich – with sliced apples and carrots. $6.49
  • Kid's Powerpack – with Dannon Danimals yogurt, sliced apples, carrots, banana, and crackers. $5.99
  • Chicken Breast Nuggets – with sliced apples and carrots. $6.99

Toddler Meal - for Guests Under 3

  • Yummy Cheesy Macaroni – with smooth applesauce and small low-fat milk. Minute Maid juice or small Dasani water substituted on request. $4.49

Lunar Liquids

  • Souvenir Sipper – Includes soft drink at time of purchase. $8.99
  • Soft Drinks – Coca-Cola, Diet Coke, Coca-Cola Zero, Sprite, Minute Maid Light Lemonade, Powerade, Fanta Orange, Gold Peak Iced Tea (sweetened and unsweetened). $3.29/$3.69
  • Nesquick Chocolate Milk – $2.99
  • Low-fat Milk – $1.99
  • Minute Maid Apple or Orange Juice – $2.69
  • Hot Coffee – Regular or decaffeinated. $2.99
  • Hot Cocoa – $2.99
  • Hot Tea – $2.99
  • Travel Mug - Includes drink at time of purchase - $6.99

Supernova Sweets

  • Carrot Cake – $5.39
  • Chocolate Parfait – $5.49
  • Chocolate Chip Cookie – $3.49
  • Mickey Ice Cream Sandwich – $4.49
  • Dreyer's Strawberry Whole Fruit Fruit Bar – $4.19

If a menu is presented here it is for guidance purposes only. Menus can change without notice and at some restaurants daily. If you have specific dietary needs or questions it is best to contact the restaurant directly for information. If you'd like to notify us that a menu has changed, or you can provide the complete information, please let us know through our email form.

History and Trivia

  • This location was first put to use in 1957 when the Yacht Club counter-service location was moved from its original location. It had been located near the current monorail station but had to be moved when construction began on the Disneyland Monorail and Submarine Voyage. When it moved the name was changed from Yacht Club to Yacht Bar and it continued serving standards like hamburgers and hot dogs.

    The entire structure was torn down as part of the the New Tomorrowland of 1967. At that time the Coca Cola Tomorrowland Terrace opened, serving the burgers that are still the mainstay to this day. The high-tech rising stage was there from day one and has seen some pretty big acts in its day. As part of the next New Tomorrowland in 1998, the area was redesigned (though the stage was kept) and Coca Cola dropped its sponsorship making the area simply Tomorrowland Terrace. In the summer of 2002, the stage was redesigned for a new show called "Calling All Space Scouts...A Buzz Lightyear Adventure" and the stage was renamed the Club Buzz Stage (at some point the Tomorrowland Terrace name was dropped in favor of just Club Buzz). The show was popular with the youngest kids but didn't have much for adults. In May 2005, the show was discontinued (to coincide with the opening of Buzz Lightyear Astro Blasters) and live musical performances returned to the stage.

    In fall 2006 the entire area was refurbished to fit with the general design of Tomorrowland and the name was changed back to Tomorrowland Terrace. The Jedi Training Academy show was also added as a regular daytime feature on the stage.