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Pinocchio Village Haus

Pinocchio Village Haus

Just wanted to share one of my favorite photos of The Pinocchio Village Haus, it’s really pretty at night. The restaurant is a quick service spot that often gets incredibly busy during the day. They serve a few different hot meals, like flatbreads, chicken parm and chicken alfredo. It is a limited menu, but Columbia Harbor House is a short walk away and they have more variety. I think that Pinocchio Village Haus is probably more geared towards the families with little ones since it’s located smack dab in Fantasyland, near Peter Pan and Elsa and Anna – so when a kid has a melt down it’s the closest place to eat.

During busy hours, they have to have a cast member there to direct people to tables, or to prevent non-dining guests from occupying the seating area. But at night, this place closes kinda early and it is empty.

Pinocchio Village Haus

Pinocchio Village Haus

Be sure to look inside the restaurant there are Pinocchio themed murals along the walls, which are very cute.


Figaro the cat from Pinocchio Movie



Beautiful details, pretty glass windows at Pinocchio Village Haus

Many times we’ve grabbed an ice cream cone from Storybook Treats, and head back over to the outdoor patio and sit down and eat while enjoying the view.

Storybook Treats - Magic Kingdom

Storybook Treats – Magic Kingdom

This place is great for a quick dessert, they serve brownie or cookie sundaes, or just regular cones. It’s just a walk-up place with a few ordering windows, most of their desserts are about $5.  During Halloween they do Candy Corn ice cream!

For quick service food, we will usually eat over at The Columbia Harbor House, sometimes Pecos Bill’s or Cosmic Ray’s. But, one of the things I love about Walt Disney World is trying everything!