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Dining Changes at Disney’s Animal Kingdom this June

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image1Disney’s Animal Kingdom has seen quite a few dining changes recently, with the addition of Harambe Market and Tamu Tamu’s switch back to selling sweet treats like ice cream (and Dole Whips with rum!)

This June, there will be a few more dining changes in this park. First, the former Creature Comforts store, which has been announced as the most recent place to get a cup of Starbucks coffee, will reopen in Discovery Island on June 18.

This location will be just like the other Starbucks locations at the theme parks, offering coffee, espresso, frappuccinos, pastries, breakfast sandwiches, and Disney-crafted snacks and treats.

This location is the fourth and final Starbucks to be located in a park. The other shops can be found at:

There are also two additional Starbucks locations at Downtown Disney: one is a walk up window, found on the Marketplace side, and the other is a full-fledged Starbucks, found on the West Side.

Because of the addition of Starbucks to the park, Pizzarfari will no longer offer breakfast options to guests beginning on June 17. Pizzafari will continue to serve lunch and dinner options, as normal. The restaurant will then open daily at 11:00 a.m.

Guests who are looking for breakfast items in the park will not only be able to find them at the Starbucks location, but also Isle of Java, Kusafiri Coffee Shop and Bakery, Harambe Fruit Market, Rainforest Café, and Tusker House.

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