Be Our Guest Dinner or Lunch

Discussion in 'Disney Restaurants' started by reefer2005, Jan 12, 2014.

  1. Karbase8

    Karbase8 DIS Veteran

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    Yes I was there in August 2013 and they also opened up the Rose Room for dinner.
     
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  3. katt789

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    Obviously the biggest noticable differences are the change in menu and having everything brought to you, and the Beast being available for dinner.

    That being said, I personally, much prefer dinner! As great as lunch is, the resturant seems more "regal" and it's a little quieter in there during dinner. I have seen the "library/portrait" room closed off during dinner most days, and once it was open and guests being seated in there.

    Lunch is a little more hectic, faster, lots more people walking around taking pictures of everything. I found people at dinner didn't come around for picture taking as often, and seemed to be "better" about itÂ…if that makes sense? :confused3

    I'd say do dinner, and if you love it, go back for lunch! :cool1:
     
  4. reefer2005

    reefer2005 Mouseketeer

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    I think I'll keep our dinner reservations...
     
  5. PRomano

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    I just made a dinner reservation. Thanks for the information. I missed the 180 days, I just booked the trip. We are having dinner at 9:05 on our last night. I think it will be fine and at least we got in!
     
  6. Itinkso

    Itinkso Faith.Trust.Pixie Dust

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    Check around a month or two before you go because BOG releases more openings. This week, I was able to make a 5:40 dinner reservation for February 19th!
     
  7. PRomano

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    Thanks I will do that. I figure at least I have something! 9:05 is late to eat,but I really want to try it!
     
  8. KelleyK75

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    This is good to know. I have been trying to get something for the last week of March and nothing ever comes up. I will keep trying. :)
     
  9. CanadianPaco

    CanadianPaco I miss my tags!

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    Same for me for the beginning of March!
     
  10. roadtripper

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    Also, if it's important to you, beer and wine seem to be only served at dinner based on the pre-order menu. That settled it for us;)
     
  11. reefer2005

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    Some of the reports here lately haven't been too favorable for dinner. I've been reading a lot of post saying the food isn't all it's cracked up to be...
     
  12. jiminyfan

    jiminyfan Daddy, Dreamer and WDWnut

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    What are the portion size differences between lunch and dinner? French onion soup toe dollars more and the lamb is almost double for dinner.

    Thanks
     
  13. themommy

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    Sorry to say I can not answer that about "main meals" but, the French onion soup is exactly the same. It just costs more at dinner. BTW....it is excellent! pixiedust:
     

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