Pizzafari at Animal Kingdom Adding Family-Style Table Service Dinner

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Pizzafari is one of the most popular quick-service restaurants at Disney’s Animal Kingdom, serving up freshly baked pizzas and delicious Italian-inspired eats. But there’s even more exciting offerings coming this summer. Starting July 31st, guests will be able to choose between a classic quick-service experience or making a reservation for the brand-new Pizzafari Family-Style Dining Experience.

When you arrive, stop by the podium to check in. After placing your drink orders, you’ll be seated in one of two dining rooms that have been designated for this new experience. Once seated, you can enjoy a selection of family-style plates delivered right to your table: two appetizers (Caprese Salad and Caesar Salad), as well as three entrees, including pasta, chicken, and pizza dishes, and of course you’ll end your meal with a sweet dessert.

Pizzafari Family-Style Dining will be offered between 5pm and 8pm daily starting July 31. Cost is $19.99 for guests ages 10 and older and $11.99 for guests ages 3-9, including tax and non-alcoholic beverages. Beer and wine will also be available for separate purchase. This experience also counts as 1 QSR Redemption on the Disney Dining Plan. Reservations will be available online at DisneyWorld.com/Dine or by calling 407-WDW-DINE (407-939-3463) starting Tuesday, July 17th.

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