Be Our Guest?


#1

Ok so I have tried to get a reservation for BOG. But no such luck. Suddenly while breathing in fumes during the cleaning of a bathroom :wink:, I thought " wait, isn’t the restaurant a “quick service” location during lunch?" so, ahemmm, no ADR needed for lunch, right?
Opinions please.


#2

You do not need an ADR for lunch at all. I have used this as an alternative for a few people I was unable to get a dinner there for. GO FOR IT!


#3

I am no expert, however, due to popularity …I would eat a light breakfast and go there early for lunch…or much later…depending on their hours. We do this at a lot of the busy counter services anyway…


#4

Most importantly - is lunch served on paper plates? Because we know what you think of paper plates and plastic cutlery. The menu looks very interesting though.


#5

Dana,
Funny that it took me so long to figure this out. I am really interested in seeing the place more than the food. Although the dinner menu looks luscious. So now I will look at the lunch menu.

smallworld, that is an excellent tip which I will definitely keep in mind. thank you.


#6

I thought of doing this too. We’re going to be doing mostly counter service dining this trip, due to it being a short one. I want to do this a day and already planned to go early.


#7

I am also looking more for the place than eating but if I can get an ADR all the better.The lunch menu looks good to me.


#8

I agree. I actually think the lunch menu sounds slightly more interesting than the dinner menu. Seems to me they have already tweaked the dinner menu. I seem to remember it sounding better a while ago. Could I be wrong? :huh:


#9

Oh I see you are there when we are there. Wouldn’t it be funny if we’d run into each other at that restaurant :cool:


#10

I didn’t even notice that! Yes, that would be funny! Are you going to any of the Christmas Parties? We’re thinking of doing the Sunday night one.


#11

We might. I am still thinking. I will let you know.


#12

We could meet up for hot chocolate! Even a 10 minute hello!


#13

Now that’s a plan :laugh:


#14

I think I heard that lunch will be served on real plates with real flatware even though it is a counter service so perhaps Dopey will love it! :laugh:

I would definitely give it a try. I have been holding out to see if there is a chance it might be open for a soft opening while we are there because I would really like to try lunch.


#15

[QUOTE=Dopey;1123426]Ok so I have tried to get a reservation for BOG. But no such luck. Suddenly while breathing in fumes during the cleaning of a bathroom :wink:, I thought " wait, isn’t the restaurant a “quick service” location during lunch?" so, ahemmm, no ADR needed for lunch, right?
Opinions please.[/QUOTE]

Look…real plates and silverware…just for you!

Be Our Guest Restaurant | the disney food blog


#16

[QUOTE=smallworld;1123457]Look…real plates and silverware…just for you!

Be Our Guest Restaurant | the disney food blog[/QUOTE]

OH yes, how could I forget that they have the real stuff for QS as well. I will be so happy :cool:


#17

Spoke with Disney Dining folks and they said that you get to eat off of real plates ad not paper plates for the counter service. I also tried and failed to get a ressie here but I did find an open on March 11th! This is definitely one you will need to book 180 days in advance!


#18

When are you going to WDW, Tracy?

By the by, I love your profile picture. those boys aren’t boys any more :heart:


#19

I will be there for Thanksgiving as usual! I am leaving early to get the free dining and to get some R&R before the boys come down. DS#1 is not coming, he says he is too old. DS#2 is coming and bringing a friend. It will be easy since his friend’s name is John, so I’ll still be going with John and Jason! I can’t get my countdown to work but my trip is a little more that 30 days out.:laugh:


#20

TOO OLD???:eek: NEVER! You must take him to WDW and “reprogram” him! We must all drink the Disney Kool-Aid.:laugh: