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Be Our Guest Restaurant Breakfast reservations begin March 17, 2015

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Be Our Guest Restaurant at Walt Disney World's Magic Kingdom Breakfast

Disney World has announced that Be Our Guest will begin offering breakfast on March 20th with reservations accepted beginning March 17th.  The menu will be “Prix Fixe” or fixed priced for breakfast from 8am to 10am.  The current test is set to expire on June 18.

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One quick-service meal entitlement per person will be redeemed for Guests with Disney Dining Plan packages during the breakfast meal period.

Beast WILL NOT appear at Breakfast or Lunch, only for Dinner

A fast-casual dining reservation expedites the Guest experience by providing Guests with priority entrance upon arrival. Be Our Guest Restaurant offers self-seating for the fast-casual dining experience during breakfast and lunch; tables are not reserved in advance.
Frequently Asked Questions:
1) How do I enter the park for an early morning (pre-opening) reservation?
Upon arrival at Magic Kingdom Park, Guests with dining times prior to park opening are required to provide the confirmation number to a Cast Member at the park entrance.  Guests will then be directed to the restaurant location and should allow 15 minutes to walk from the Main Entrance to the restaurant.
2) Is the option to pre-order meals available for breakfast?
The option to pre-order breakfast meals is not available at this time. Until this feature is available, Guests will place their order upon arrival at the restaurant.

Be Our Guest Breakfast Menus


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The “fast casual” breakfast menu has a decidedly French touch; each meal begins with a pastry basket for sharing. Your entrée options include assorted cured meat and cheese served with marmalade, fresh fruit and a toasted baguette. You can also enjoy eggs Florentine served in a puff pastry shell with country ham and roasted plum tomatoes. Even the open-face bacon-and-poached-egg sandwich has Brie.

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If you’re looking for something a little lighter, choose the scrambled egg whites with roasted tomatoes, multigrain croissant and fresh fruit. Or go with a vegetable quiche with mushroom, zucchini, bell pepper, onion and chive, served with seasonal fruit. The prix fixe menu will also include a selection of self-service beverages.

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But the decadent start to the day is the Croissant Doughnut: a fried doughnut topped with banana caramel sauce, chocolate ganache and whipped cream. (True vacation indulgence!)

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The kids’ menu includes brioche French toast with fresh fruit, scrambled eggs with Applewood bacon and fresh fruit, fruit crepes with yogurt and fresh fruit with a berry foam, cereal and oatmeal.

Guests can make reservations beginning March 17 for dates March 20 through June 18, 2015 via DisneyWorld.com/dine, the My Disney Experience app, or by calling 407-WDW-DINE.  Advance reservations are encouraged.  Disney Dining Plan will be accepted.




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5 COMMENTS

  1. Any sign of BOG bringing back the breakfast reservations? We’ll be there late sept/early Oct. I wonder how far out reservations would open?

  2. What happens after June 18th in regards to Be Our Guest breakfast reservations? Would we be allowed to make dining reservations in May for our upcoming trip in November? We’d love to eat there for breakfast as it’s one of our favorite restaurants.

  3. I got my family a BOG reservation for 8:00 am on our first day in the parks the last week of April! I’ve never been to WDW at or before rope drop, so I’m super excited! I could use some advice, though. My original plan for the morning was to start with Merida. Now, I’m wondering if I should take advantage of our early entrance and line up for my girls to see A&E then head to Merida afterward since she doesn’t arrive until 9:15. We have a FP+ to see them on our last night, but I love the idea of starting off with them. Do you think we would have time to meet them beforehand without a huge line forming at Merida?

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