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Be Our Guest breakfast

I saw this earlier today and was intrigued. I hope it sticks around after the testing period. I would definitely be interested in it for my October trip.

http://www.orlandosentinel.com/travel/attractions/theme-park-rangers-blog/os-disney-breakfast-our-guest-restaurant-20150316-post.html?track=rss

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The options look yummy but a bit pricey! It would be a great value for a CS credit though!

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I'd definitely do breakfast at BOG! I hope they keep it after the test.

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I think the price is worth it to get into Fantasyland before the park opens... and the food looks pretty good too.

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I hope after the test period they keep the breakfast. I am not big of character breakfasts so this would be a great option. awesome

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Got my reservation this morning!!! yay yay yay

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I do think it is a bit pricey too, but I will still make a reservation if they are still offering breakfast in October. MK has limited breakfast choices and BOG is on my definite list of things to do.

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oHIo wrote:
Got my reservation this morning!!! yay yay yay

Yay! What you gonna eat??

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RobynPrincess wrote:
oHIo wrote:
Got my reservation this morning!!! yay yay yay

Yay! What you gonna eat??

Looked at the menu and considered the egg white scramble..........for about three seconds!! laugh laugh laugh

Eggs Florentine in Puffed Pastry Shell looked really good. DH will probably go for the chocolate and have the Croissant Doughnut topped with banana caramel sauce, pastry creme and chocolate ganache. But of course he will share silly

Did any body else manage to snag a reservation??

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I'll have to see a full menu before I decide whether to try it. The few dishes I've seen mentioned don't thrill me, especially at those prices.

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Love the look of it and the fried doughnut with banana and chocolate sounds totally lush. I think BOG is expensive so the pricing is no great surprise. Haven't decided if we will do it or not. Had just convinced G to do Crystal Palace for breakfast after I reassured him he could get meat!

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Sally-Ann wrote:
Had just convinced G to do Crystal Palace for breakfast after I reassured him he could get meat!

For a second, I thought you were sneaking off to Disney with my husband! (Who I call G)
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I'm with everyone else. Seems really pricey for a breakfast. The Disney Parks Blog has images of what the breakfast entrees look like to give more of a visual perspective.

http://disneyparks.disney.go.com/blog/2015/03/new-breakfast-starts-march-20-at-be-our-guest-restaurant-in-the-magic-kingdom-at-walt-disney-world-resort/

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If this gets extended to September I am well up for this!!! I def want to experience it at least once and give it the benefit of the doubt!!! Plus as we use the quick service dining plan it's worth a credit or 2!!!!

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Just read they extended the dates for breakfast through July 18. I just scored a breakfast ADR on 07/18 before the park opens. clapping

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JoAnn C wrote:
Just read they extended the dates for breakfast through July 18. I just scored a breakfast ADR on 07/18 before the park opens. clapping

Nice! Can't wait to hear what you think! awesome

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I guess there is no way to know when breakfast is going to end. We are not going until the end of October, so I am curious if that will even be an option then.

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NikkiMouse wrote:
I guess there is no way to know when breakfast is going to end. We are not going until the end of October, so I am curious if that will even be an option then.

I was wondering the same thing. We don't go until November but I can book ADR's in May and really wanted to try breakfast at BOG. crossfingers

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BoG has breakfast now AT LEAST through September 25th. That's when I am going and it has spots open now. They are not making formal announcements when they extend it, just blast emails to the employees. They've extended the trial twice now.

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Been there, done that, and not planning on ever doing it again! Just saying.

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I agree with Mrhub, once was more than enough!

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yep! unless you're just using it to get in the park early

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The Colonel wrote:
yep! unless you're just using it to get in the park early

Then I wouldn't even go to breakfast, 20 bucks to get in and do Starbucks, have a free hours to roam around where you can, take pictures of an almost empty park, I think that would be worth it! I just wish Adventureland would open up earlier. I'll admit, I'm not one to worry about saving every buck I can when I'm at Disney. I'M AT DISNEY!!!!!!!!