Tie your napkin around your neck cherie and Walt Disney World will provide the rest as it announces it’s opening a Beauty and the Beast bar and lounge.
The new addition will want you to be their guest (sorry, not sorry) as they open four spaces with a magical touch.
The bar and lounge will be in the Grand Floridian Hotel, in the area that was formerly the Mizner’s Lounge and Commander Porter’s.
Disney has promised the area will be a place where you can “put our service to the test and share a tale as old as time.”
The bar will have a gold chandelier inspired by Belle’s golden ball gown as well as a few subtle nods to the magical red rose.
Then head to the library, which has a baroque design and French furnishings with a “hint of the Beast’s friends”. After all if it ain’t baroque don’t fix it.
There’s also a garden room, which Disney calls a “whimsical space” taking inspiration from the enchanted forest around the Beast’s castle, and an outdoor patio based on the Beast’s garden terrace.
Of course, this isn’t the first Beauty and the Beast restaurant in Walt Disney World.
The Be Out Guest restaurant is set inside the Beast’s castle with guests dining in the grand ballroom or the West Wing, which even has a changing portrait of the Prince and the rose, and the library.
You can even try the grey stuff, it’s delicious. Mrs Potts would approve.
A little warning though, if you’re visiting you have to book to ensure you get a place as it’s one of the busier eateries in the park.
If it is packed there’s Gaston’s Tavern not too far away with cinnamon rolls and LeFou’s Brew on tap, don’t worry it’s not alcoholic, it’s a frozen apple juice with a marshmallow topping.
The Beauty and Beast bar and lounge is the latest change to Walt Disney World, who also announced a Bibbidi Bobbidi Boutique opening this summer at the resort hotel of the Seven Seas Lagoon.
The Walt Disney World park is also preparing to open it’s new Star Wars: Galaxy’s Edge later this year.
The immersive land includes a new range of drinks and food including the famous Blue Milk.