The John F. Kennedy Space Center, located on Merritt Island in Florida, is a favorite destination for skywatchers.
Kennedy Space Center has a variety of restaurants to choose from, and you should try them all.
You can count on having an out-of-this-world meal at one of the Kennedy Space Center Visitor Complex restaurants.
Vegetarian, gluten-free, and other healthy menu choices are available at each of the Kennedy Space Center’s dining areas.
Crew members will provide you with further menu details as needed.
Kennedy Space Center’s restaurants also serve using completely recyclable and biodegradable equipment and plates.
Here’s a list of the six best restaurants nearby the Kennedy Space Center –
Moon Rock Café
If you’re looking for a place to eat at Kennedy Space Center, you might consider stopping by this moon rock café.
Moon Rock Café offers indoor and outdoor seating, perfect for relaxing after your Kennedy Space Center Bus Tour.
Enjoy lunch in the Moon Rock Café among the Apollo/Saturn V Center, you may have a view of spacecraft and antiques from the Apollo program.
Dishes like Chicken, Bacon, Swiss Melt, and Pepperoni Pizza are just a few of the tasty treats you can have at this café.
Faster and fresher is the slogan of the Orbit Café, where the salad vegetables and herbs are cultivated hydroponically in towers in front of your eyes.
Salads, burgers, sandwiches, pizza, desserts, and more are available at the Orbit Café.
Visitors of The Space Shop will enjoy exposure to the Orbit Café.
This Kennedy Space Center café also serves breakfast and lunch.
Planet Play Lounge
There’s a brand-new, multi-level gaming experience now available in Kennedy space center.
Planet Play has an interactive playground for young space explorers (ages 2 to 12).
Activities like mapping a constellation, climbing a wormhole, walking on Saturn’s rings, and sliding through an asteroid field are just a few examples of the many interactive gameplay and creative components meant to provide a memorable learning experience.
Little adventurers may play and learn while their parents relax and enjoy the coffee, wine, and beer bar in the cozy lounge.
After exploring the space shuttles, plants, and others, if you find yourself craving something sweet, Milky Way is just the place for you.
Milky way will be the place you and your children will want to visit again & again during your tour of the Kennedy space center.
With its variety of ice creme and exciting flavors, your mind will have a sugar rush. Do try their signature ice cream blue sky with a few clouds. Why have one, when you have three?
When visiting Kennedy Space Center, visitors must try the Space Dots, a dish that has become iconic at the complex.
This shop sells creative ice cream and gelato in all your favorite space-themed flavors, and it’s conveniently located near the Space Shuttle Atlantis.
The Space Dots’ thematic presentation and delicious taste have made them famous around the world.
The IMAX theater at Kennedy Space Center often shows documentaries and films that leave viewers speechless.
The nicest thing about watching these movies in IMAX is that you can bring in food from IMAX Snax.
This cafeteria at Kennedy Space Center has all the provide by basics like soda, candies, popcorn, and many more.
Enjoy the delicious snacks while watching the movie.
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