Be Our Guest Restaurant at the Magic Kingdom Now Serving Mimosas and Other Alcoholic Beverages for Breakfast and Lunch Services

While alcohol has been relegated to table service experiences at the Magic Kingdom since it was introduced to the park a few years ago, it is now expanding to the hybrid breakfast and lunch services at Be Our Guest Restaurant in Fantasyland.

At breakfast, guests will find a mimosa, Bellini, red sangria, and a pink grapefruit hefeweizen. These options expand for lunch, as seen below.

Various wines join the fray as the day progresses. Nothing has changed with the recently updated dinner service, as that was already offering guests alcoholic beverages just like all other Magic Kingdom table service restaurants.

Technically, Be Our Guest Restaurant is the first “counter service” establishment at the Magic Kingdom to offer alcohol thanks to these breakfast and lunch offerings. However, breakfast and lunch at Be Our Guest do have servers and are more like a table service experience than a counter service one.

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  1. Oh no! This is surely the end to civility in the parks! How will Disney World hold up after this? This is the beginning of the end, and will only bring about lawless, drunken hordes fornicating in the middle of Main St. and robbing good Christian guests at knifepoint! Won’t someone think of the children!?!?

  2. Really wish they were offering the full beer menu from dinner at lunch. There are a lot of excellent beer options at dinner that I’ve honestly wished I could get a lunch. Hopefully they will expand the offerings if this first offering goes well.

  3. Of course. Why should it be that people are expected to actually make it through the morning hours without their precious alcohol.

    That’s simply unheard of, I suppose.

    1. Why should it be that you care so much what other people do on their vacations?

      That’s simply sad, I guess.

  4. You need more than a $10 mimosa to ease the pain of having your feet ran over by ECV’s and ankles chipped away by strollers all morning. How about a $20 Gaston Bloody Mary with a whole turkey leg garnish?

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