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News: At Long Last, Pizza Planet Arrives At Tomorrowland


Source: WDW News Today

“Wait, isn’t this already in Tomorrowland?”

Not exactly.

For some reason, Disneyland has had a space-themed pizza restaurant inside of Tomorrowland since 1998, a full three years after the release of Toy Story, and decided to name it Red Rockett’s Pizza Port (not to be confused with the Pizza Port brewery) instead.

However, thanks to Pixar Fest, Disneyland is FINALLY re-theming the restaurant to Pizza Planet. And while I’m not sure exactly what the above concept art is for (since I also found it on an Oh My Disney post from 2015) it will probably have a similar aesthetic.

No word from the Disney Parks blog as to whether or not you’ll be able to win an alien from The Claw, but you will be able to purchase a cheeseburger pizza with “ketchup, yellow mustard and pizza sauce on a sesame seed crust and topped with cheese, caramelized onions, diced tomatoes, slider patties, a house-made burger sauce, and pickles.”

Pixar Fest runs from April 13 to September 3.

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