Animal Kingdom Eatery Reducing Hours

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Now that the Spring Break crowds are dwindling down, Harmabe Market in the Africa section of Disney’s Animal Kingdom Park will be reducing its hours and stopping operations Monday through Wednesday.

Harambe Market is currently operating every day from 10:30 a.m. to 3 p.m., but that will end on April 4.  Beginning on April 5, the Market will only be available to Guests from Thursday through Sunday from 10:30 a.m. to 3 p.m.

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According to the Walt Disney World website, Guests who wish to visit Harambe Market can “savor African-inspired fare at an open-air plaza”.

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Some delicious offerings available to Guests are a Ribs Bowl with Cilantro Rice, a Grilled Chicken bowl, and a Harmabe salad, with or without chicken.  Also available is the adorable Lion King-themed Simba cupcake.

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While Guests will only be able to visit Harmabe Market on Thursdays through Sundays beginning next week, there are a variety of other mouthwatering dining locations.

Guests wishing to get their barbecue fix can head over to Flame Tree B-B-Q, also a quick-service restaurant, located in Discovery Island.  There, Guests can indulge in a St. Louis rib dinner, a smoked pulled pork sandwich, and a tempting bowl of baked macaroni and cheese, which also comes with pulled pork.

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Also open on a daily basis is Yak and Yeti, a sit-down restaurant with a distinctly Asian flair.  Here, Guests can get a variety of Asian dishes ranging from pork egg rolls and lo mein to chicken tikka masala and Bhaktapur duck.  Yak and Yeti restaurant is open daily for lunch from 10:30 a.m. to 4:40 p.m.

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There is also a variety of other quick service and snack locations throughout Disney’s Animal Kingdom.  Guests can still enjoy the ever-popular popcorn and Mickey Bars, as well as Animal Kingdom-specific items, including honey chicken and a mini mango pie from the Yak and Yeti quick service location, called the Local Food Cafe, and buffalo chicken chips from Trilo-Bites in DinoLand U.S.A.

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