The announcement that many have been waiting for! Reservations at the new Be Our Guest Restaurant in Disney’s Magic Kingdom will open on August 20th. The first seating for dinner will be available on November 19th 2012 – and as you can book up to 180 days ahead this means that the wait for reservations is almost over!
You can call 407 WDW DINE or visit any Guest Services location in a Walt Disney park or resort for the very first Be Our Guest restaurant reservations on August 20th. You will have to wait a little longer, until 22nd August, for online reservations to be available. Expect those early reservations to go very quickly. It is highly likely that Be Our Guest will become one of the most popular Walt Disney World Magic Kingdom restaurants.
The lunch will be quick service and make use of guest activated terminals for orders (don’t worry though there will still be some humans there to take your order if you prefer). Dinner will be table service.
The food and the decor is French inspired – as this of course is a restaurant themed with Beauty and the Beast in mind. The restaurant will have 3 main themed areas taking their inspiration from scenes in the Beauty and The Beast movie. The forbidden West Wing with the “enchanted rose”; the Rose Gallery and the elegant Ballroom. As with everything Disney the attention to detail shown on the previews looks amazing.
The pictures and links were from the Disney Parks Official Blog
The menu looks interesting and certainly rather more adventurous than some of the Magic Kingdom restaurants (particularly the quick service menu) Great to see a Gluten Free option desert on there too (and we are sure there will be gluten free options on the menu as Disney is usually excellent in offering options to guests with allergies).
You can see the menu’s on the Disney site here:
We are looking forward to the opening of the Be Our Guest restaurant, and of course the rest of the New Fantasyland.
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