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Friday, November 18, 2016

Muppets-themed PizzeRizzo now open at Disney’s Hollywood Studios

Posted By on Fri, Nov 18, 2016 at 2:31 PM

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PizzeRizzo, a Muppets-themed pizza cafeteria, is now officially open in the Muppets Courtyard at Disney’s Hollywood Studios.

Named after the wise cracking rat, the two-story pizza dispensary replaces what once was Pizza Planet, with some subtle theming and a pretty similar menu to its predecessor–personal pizzas, meatball subs, tiramisu and more.



So far, Orlando Weekly theme park blogger Ken Storey isn't too impressed ...  But, of course, you shouldn't really judge a restaurant until it's been up and running for at least a couple months. PizzeRizzo is open daily for lunch and dinner.

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