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Half Dome Village Pizza Deck

Half Dome Village Pavilion is the place to go if you want an all-you-can-eat buffet style breakfast or dinner.

"Half Dome's Kitchen serves up decent country style dinners including a full salad bar, a pasta station, usually fried chicken, pulled pork, fish, a taco station, fresh fruit, soups, several different styles of potatoes, and a few desserts. There are quite a few beverage options also.

Prices for dinner are cheaper than you would think. Price per person is around $16/$12 for kids. Add a little more if you want to enjoy a beer or a glass of wine. Ask at the desk when you check in about grabbing a cocktail at the bar next door and they will send a server over to take your order

Breakfast items are your usual fare including French toast, scrambled eggs, bacon sausage, bagels, pancakes, biscuits and gravy, a nice fruit selection, a breakfast burrito station etc., and there are many more breakfast item to fill you up for that big hike up to Nevada Falls or Yosemite Falls. In 2012 the Breakfast prices were $12 for adults and $8 for kids.


Don't expect the food to knock your socks off, after all, what do you really expect for a $17 buffet style dinner. I would compare the breakfast buffet to something like the Country Buffet. If you want some higher quality food, head over to the Ahwahnee Hotel and enjoy their Brunch at $40 a person.

The dining hall is quite large and seats people comfortably. There are several tables to the left when you enter that have a couple flat screen tv's if you want to watch a game or catch some news.

The Pavilion is open daily for breakfast from 7 to 10 am and for dinner from 5:30 - 8 pm.

If you need to connect to the internet, directly across the way from the Pizza deck is the Half Dome Lounge the offers free wireless internet. Also nearby are the Half Dome Village Mountaineering Shop and Gear Store.

After you finish your meal, you can grab some ice cream at the Half Dome ice cream and coffee bar inside Half Dome Pavilion.

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