• On Jul 8, 2017
    Sheila from IL Asked Note: This answer was provided prior to the change to planDisney and may still contain references to Disney Parks Moms Panel.

    Experiences, policies, pricing and other offerings are subject to change and may have changed since the date of this answer.

    I was finally able to book a reservation at Be Our Guest (keep trying & never give up hope!) On the menu,I see that they offer a Be Our Guest Souvenir cup for $5(breakfast) and $8 (lunch/dinner.) Are they the same cup? What does it look like? Thanks!

    Hello Sheila! Welcome back to the Disney Parks Moms Panel.

    Congratulations on securing those coveted Advanced Dining Reservations for Be Our Guest Restaurant.  My family tries to dine at Be Our Guest for either Breakfast, Lunch or Dinner at least once during every Walt Disney World Resort vacation and it is one of our favorite dining experiences.

    As far as the Be Our Guest Souvenir Cup, the offering for breakfast and lunch is similar aside from the cost ($5 for lunch, $8 for breakfast). While Disney Parks Merchandise is subject to change without notice, during my last visit the souvenir cup was a choice of either a gold goblet with Belle or a brown "stein-like" mug with Beast.

    At a cost of $15 during breakfast and $18 during lunch, the Souvenir Castle Goblet offered is a cup with a golden-castle base and a light-up stem.

    The Dinner menu at Be Our Guest no longer lists the Be Our Guest Souvenir Cup as being offered, but does list the Enchanted Light Up Souvenir Cup with Odwalla® All-Natural Fruit Punch or Lemonade for $19. On my last visit, this cup was a light-up rose that floated inside the drink.

    Be sure to visit the West Wing during your meal (regardless of where you sit) as the theme is incredible and not-to-be-missed.

    Bon Appétit!

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