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Snacks at Animal Kingdom

For those who just need a quick bite to eat or a simple snack to hold them over until mealtime, there are several snack stands around Disney’s Animal Kingdom theme park that have exactly what you need.

In Dinoland U.S.A., guests can stop by Dino-Bite Snacks, located directly adjacent to Restaurantosaurus. Choose from ice cream, churros, cookies and a selection of beverages including soft drinks, hot chocolate, water, and coffee. For bigger appetites, the 6″ ice cream sandwich should fit the bill – it’s comprised of 3 scoops of ice cream and your choice of cookies.

Also located in Dinoland U.S.A., Trilo-Bite offers smoked turkey legs, soft drinks, bottled water and frozen lemonade for hungry and thirsty guests. Finally, a third snack cart in Dinoland – the Dino Diner – offers a decent selection of snack items and drinks. Choose from hot dogs, chips, assorted nuts, beer, water, frozen drinks and soft drinks.

At Safari Turkey, located on Discovery Island, stop by for a smoked turkey leg or chicken wings to sate your hunger. Chips, sodas, bottled waters, lemonade and beer are also available for purchase.

For something a little different, stop by Tamu Tamu Refreshments in the Africa pavilion of the park. This snack stand offers burgers, sandwiches, milk shakes, chocolate mousse, bottled water, and soft drinks. For something sweeter, you can opt for visiting the Harambe Fruit Market in the same pavilion and snack on fresh fruit such as bananas, apples, oranges, fruit cups, and pineapple bites. The fruit market also offers assorted chips, soft pretzels, juice and water.

Finally, the Kusafiri Coffee Shop in the Africa pavilion offers a selection of specialty coffees, juice and hot chocolate for a quick refreshment between rides. The shop also sells pastries, like fruit turnovers, cinnamon rolls, sticky buns, muffins, brownies, cakes, cookies or fruit and yogurt cups.

Snacking at the Animal Kingdom is plentiful, and can help guests sate their appetite in between mealtimes while exploring the park.

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