|Redd Rockett's Pizza Port|
|Opening date||May 22, 1998|
|Replaced||Mission to Mars|
Seating is located inside and outside the restaurant for convenience. Outside guests can admire a wide view of Tomorrowland's center or watch children playing at the fountain, while eating their meals. Or, in the inside the restaurant, guests can enjoy the interior of the port, lined with attraction posters of past Tomorrowland attractions. The restaurant itself is sponsored by Buitoni, an Italian food brand owned by Swiss food company Nestlé. As a simple pizza place, Redd Rockett's Pizza Port does not offer reservations.
"When you’re ready to cool your jets, head to this futuristic quick-service “spaceport” for Italian fare that’ll send you over the moon."
HistoryRedd Rockett's Pizza Port first opened its doors to Disneyland guests on May 22, 1998 with the opening of New Tomorrowland. The restraunt itself is located in the former location of the Mission to Mars attraction, which closed on November 2, 1992. The former atrraction offered daily "flights" to the red planet, Mars, from 1975 to 1992. Before Mission Mars, and before the 1969 lunar landing, guests at the park were also able to take flights to the moon.
- Mars-inara with Meatballs
- Count Down Chicken Fusilli
- Terra Nova Tomato Basil Pasta
- Supernova Pizza Special
- Mega Pepperoni - Slice
- Venus Vegetarian - Slice
- Lunar Cheese - Slice
- Mega Pepperoni - Whole Pizza
- Venus Vegetarian - Whole Pizza
- Lunar Cheese - Whole Pizza
- Planetary Pizza Salad
- Asian Chicken Salad
- Celestial Caesar Chicken Salad
- Caesar Salad
- Starfield of Greens featuring Ocean Spray Craisins Brand
- Bread Sticks
- Starfield of Greens
- Large Bag of Chips
- Space-ghetti with Meatballs
- Kid-Size Pizza
- Yummy Cheesy Macaroni
- Chocolate Parfait
- Fresh Fruit and Non-fat Vanilla Yoghurt Parfait
Overall, Redd Rockett's Pizza Port received good reviews from critics and Disney-goers with a rating of 3.5 stars on Yelp based on 283 reviews. Common complaints include portion size and price however many guests argue that the flavour and quality of the food out weigh the prices. On Urban Spoon, Redd Rockett's Pizza Port was afforded an 80% rating based 57 on reviews for being expensive but easily accessible with fast food.
According to Tripadvisor Redd Rockett's Pizza Port has: "Good food but it super expensive." The cite awarded the eatery with 3.5 stars (from 21 reviews) for its service, atmosphere, food, and value.
Overall, Redd Rockett's Pizza Port has an average rating of around a 73.3 percent.