Which meal for BOG?

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Which meal for BOG?

Hi! I am planning my first real trip to WDW (my actual first was only two days) and I have almost all of them the details worked out. I got all of the ADRs I wanted, such as Le Cellier and Be Our Guest, but now I have an embarrassment of riches...

I got so excited reading reviews of BOG and all of your comments that I made any BOG reservation I could get. So, I have a breakfast reservation and a lunch reservation... And a dinner sarcastic On two different days at least! How insane is that?? Which should I keep? None of the other TS locations in MK really had menus that sounded appealing to me. We have one character dining experience booked and I think that'll be good for me.

Any thoughts or suggestions?

Thanks!!

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CONGRATS!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! I had such a good dinner at BOG on my last trip that we decided to do lunch(pre-ARD) on our next MK day. Well all I can say is we're going to try and do both lunch and dinner again. Both a little different but wonderful! I asked my family to start thinking about where they'd like to eat on our next trip and the one place everybody wants to eat is BOG. When I asked lunch or dinner. the answer was try and get both. Having never done breakfast there I can't say how that is. I like to eat breakfast where I'm staying, make rope drop and see and do all I can. That's just me. Unless breakfast is pre-park opening it's park time wasted.

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Dinner for me..Not a big breakfast eater nor a big lunch eater..

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We have only had lunch, but it was great.I have 2 lunches planned there for our next trip because it is my DH's favorite QS place to eat. I imagine you can't go wrong with any of them..... just see what fits in your schedule better.

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Personally I would do dinner, because like you, I agree that there arn't many options for TS in the MK. I think the MK has a lot of good CS lunches and breakfasts so that's another reason I would go with dinner.

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personally I would do all 3!!! because.........

Breakfast - I have never personally tried it but it looks delicious (and I'm not a breakfast person)

Lunch - I have tried this many many times and its hands down my favorite meal in Disney!!!

Dinner - I have tried and wasn't as fussed but I would still give it another try (and plan to!) plus the beast walks through!!!

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I have breakfast and dinner at BOG on the same day. I discussed it with the boss and she said leave it alone.

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Having breakfast on Tuesday next week and birthday dinner on Friday. birthday Will let you know about breakfast....Prefer dinner to lunch for a couple of different reasons. Lunch is very noisy and adult beverages are not available. Dinner seems to be less crowded (I swear they remove some tables) and their dinner menu goes very well with a glass of wine!

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Have only done lunch but we LOVE it! Like Ohio pointed out, it is a little bit on the chaotic side because it is a counter service, but the food was awesome and you get the theming at a lower price point then dinner. I have heard fabulous things about dinner though, too.

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amy1989 wrote:
personally I would do all 3!!! because.........

I'm with Amy on this, I did Dinner and lunch last October, I would have done a breakfast if I could but that is new.
Lunch was delicious and the atmosphere better than a lot of the CS places I tried.
Dinner had a special feel to it and my food was amazing quality. As was the service.

This is one of the restaurants I would have to repeat whe I get back there.

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We also got a lunch and dinner reservation and I'm keeping both! The menus seem so different that it's worth doing twice I think. I think our dinner reservation is first, so if after that we find we've had our fill on the Beast's castle then we'll cancel lunch.

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TinkASL wrote:
We also got a lunch and dinner reservation and I'm keeping both! The menus seem so different that it's worth doing twice I think. I think our dinner reservation is first, so if after that we find we've had our fill on the Beast's castle then we'll cancel lunch.

Keep both as the menus are different!

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We more than likely will. Smile Besides, I figure then that we can have the opportunity to sit in two different rooms!

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