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Pizzafari to offer “Family style” dining for Dinner

Pizzafari to offer Family style dining for Dinner

Beginning this summer, Pizzafari in Disney’s Animal Kingdom will switch to a new “family style” quick service dining option for dinner.  Here’s the details:

Guests will be asked to make a reservation online or via phone, but it will remain as a Quick Service option.  Think of that process like Be Our Guest breakfast and lunch.

You’ll place your orders at the check-in podium and be guided to your seat by a Cast Member.  You’ll then be given the option of two appetizers (Caprese Salad or Caesar Salad) and three entrees (Pasta, Pizza and Chicken) and finish off your meal with a dessert option.

This new “family style” dining option will be offered from 5pm to 8pm beginning July 31.  The cost will be $19.99 for adults and $11.99 for children 3-9.  It includes tax and non-alcoholic beverages.  Beer and wine will be available for additional purchase.

This meal will still count as 1 Quick Service meal option on the various Disney Dining Plans.  According to the menus on Character Locator, there is a savings here with this option, if you plan to order a meal with side, entree, dessert and drink.  If you prefer to go a little lighter, you may just want to walk-in for lunch.

Reservations are available online at DisneyWorld.com/Dine or by calling 407-WDW-DINE (407-939-3463) starting Tuesday, July 17.



  1. I hate table hoarding, as well. And I sure hope they tell people to shut off their cell phones. We’re so sick of being “included” in someone else’s conversation. So rude.

  2. I love the “being guided to your seat” part especially after the last rainstormy visit when it was mobbed! Had to practically beg someone to move her things off a table so we could eat there! We love Pizzafari but it is always very crowded when we go. Organized seating would really help and this sounds like a pretty good deal too.

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