If you’ve frequented the Disney Parks in the past few years, you know firsthand how difficult it can be to score reservations to Be Our Guest restaurant. The Beauty and the Beast themed restaurant has been a hit amongst park goers since it’s opening in 2012. Although getting reservations at this popular Disney eatery can be tricky, somehow I’ve managed to dine at Be Our Guest several times.
(In fact, I’ve eaten there seven times in the past three years. And I have reservations for dinner at Be Our Guest this August!).
A lot of all people have asked me if dining at Be Our Guest is worth it. So today I decided to talk all about what it’s like to have breakfast and/or lunch at Be Our Guest restaurant. (Since I’ve already briefly talked about having dinner at Be Our Guest before).
Here’s what I love about Be Our Guest Restaurant!
Well, it is officially the end of an era. As of Monday (May 23), my Disney Premier Passport is no longer active. Meaning, I am no longer an annual passholder to Disneyland OR Disney World (although, I’m still a Disneyland Paris annual passholder until April 2017 so that’s awesome). I still can’t believe how fast time flew by. When I first purchased my Disney Premier Passport back in May 2015 (during the kickoff of the Disneyland 60th Anniversary Diamond Celebration), I could have never imagined that I would have visited the Disney Parks TEN times in just 12 months (especially since I live in Chicago/nowhere near the Disney Parks). But since I LOVE Disney and it’s such a huge part of my life, I made it my priority to visit whenever I could (I actually plan on writing a “pros of being a Disney annual passholder post” soon!). On the bright side, I’m heading back to Disney World in August (where I’ll be becoming a Disney Premier Passport holder again) and I was able to score reservations at Be Our Guest again. Speaking of Beauty and the Beast, have you seen the teaser trailer? Since I’ll be dining at Be Our Guest again (this time for lunch) this summer, I thought today would be the perfect time to talk about my Be Our Guest dinner experience last Christmas. Continue reading