How to Get Into Be Our Guest for Dinner – Disney World

On our last trip to Disney World in April of 2014, we really wanted to do some character dining, but we didn’t think about it with enough time to get in to the most popular restaurants (Be Our Guest and Cinderella’s Table).  I was really bummed, but by being tenacious and checking the desk about a hundred times, they got sick of me and let me in!  There was a cancellation and my daughter and I were able to get in for dinner at Be Our Guest and later to Cinderella’s Table.  The food was absolutely fantastic and they worked with our food allergies (gluten and dairy).  Well, everything was fantastic, except for the gf rolls which tasted like sawdust.  They took them straight from the freezer to the microwave for too long which doesn’t work with gluten free.  I wish I could train chef’s on how to work with gluten free foods.  Many of them just don’t know how to work with it.

Anyhow, rolls aside, it was a great atmosphere and we loved being at the only place at Disney World (or Disneyland) where you can meet the Beast.  We got to see inside of his castle and into his library.  It really was a once in a lifetime experience and I highly recommend it!  It worked out to be around $30 a plate for us.  Be careful because the tip is almost always included at these Character Dining Experiences.

How to get into be our guest for dinner:

Alternatively, you can check Disney’s character dining site here and you can book up to 180 days in advance

Here is a video of the inside of Be Our Guest, and the food.

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