Phil B.

Published: August 30, 2013 at 10:08 PM

Oh my goodness, Be Our Guests in MK serves alcohol, the world is coming to an end, the sky is falling, adults will be throwing up on Dumbo, Walt would never....blah, blah, blah. Remember that completely pointless, waste of wind argument. Funny how there's been not one account of belligerent behavior that was clearly attributed to the consumption of alcohol at this restaurant since it has opened, on this website. We now return you to our regularly scheduled program of complaining how long it takes to build a "C/D" level roller coaster in the middle of New Fantasy Land...Thank you ;o)
107.219.189.242

Published: August 30, 2013 at 10:11 PM

Wouldn't be surprised to see Tokyo Disneyland win by a landslide. Your overwhelmingly positive reviews of the two Tokyo parks make it seem like a foregone conclusion.

Personally, I can't see making a trip overseas with a focus to visit a theme park, even a Disney one. I think a trip overseas should be made because you want to visit that area for all it has to offer, and make the Disney park a side trip (or highlight) while you are there.

Robert Niles
Editor

Published: August 30, 2013 at 11:09 PM

Well, maybe if the coaster construction crew hadn't been spending so much of its time getting liquored up at Be Our Guest, the ride would be done by now!

Thank you, tip your waitress, I'll be here all week.

Mark Kausch

Published: August 31, 2013 at 12:19 AM

Why, thank you, Phil B., for a completely off-topic rant. Just to add to the off-topicity (?), does the word "tradition" mean anything to you?
Phil B.

Published: August 31, 2013 at 1:51 AM

Touche Mr. Niles :o)

As written by Mr. Niles:
"....And before Be Our Guest started serving wine with dinner, Paris was the one and only Magic Kingdom where you could get your drink on."

I prefer "mostly" off-topic as opposed to "completely" off topic, given the above quote taken directly from the author of this article leaving a crack open in the door for me to sneak in a jab. But you're quite welcome, and the word tradition has proven to mean nothing in this instance as absolutely zero calamity has befallen Magic Kingdom or it's guests by loosening up the reigns for this one dining experience.

Clearly Mr. Niles understood the intended sarcasm and volleyed a comment back quite nicely. As a result my waitress for the night was well taken care of. Danke Shoen.

Rob Pastor

Published: August 31, 2013 at 7:38 AM

I agree with the writer that said when vacationing overseas I would not be visiting a theme park.(Aulani not considered since it's not a park) But, if I was in the Tokyo area, I'd probably make an exception and visit Disney Seas for a day or two. None of the other choices would even cross my mind. And I would never even set foot in mainland China. I have many business associates that have had to go there for business and everyone of them absolutely hated the time they spent in the country and would never go there for any other reason.
travis traymoore

Published: September 2, 2013 at 7:41 AM

Disney studios Paris is definetely at the top list.
travis traymoore

Published: September 2, 2013 at 7:41 AM

Dying to visit Tokyo disney(Tokyo disneysea especially)
But ill probably end up at Paris first, and for the reason your all discussing here. I'm much more likely to go to Europe for a vacation to go to Rome and Paris and be like "hey whole were here lets visit Paris disney) that spending probably over 10k to ly go to Tokyo to visit disney. If I'm ever I'm Tokyo for anything, work, leisure, went on the wrong airplane by accident, my first trip off the plane would definetely be disneysea