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Discussion in 'Disney Restaurants' started by SpectroMagic*o*, Feb 6, 2013.

  1. SpectroMagic*o*

    SpectroMagic*o* Por favor manténganse alejado de las puertas

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    Do you get the same feeling eating at BOG for lunch that you would for dinner? I know its the same space but for some reason I feel like it would feel more magical at night? Has anyone found the experiences to be different?
     
  2. SpectroMagic*o*

    SpectroMagic*o* Por favor manténganse alejado de las puertas

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    You can delete this...I just found a post about this, thanks...dont know how to delete my own thread, lol
     
  3. letsgoreds

    letsgoreds DIS Veteran

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    I know there are other posts...but your question directly speaks to why I prefer dinner to lunch. I felt that dinner was magical, where lunch was just a wonderful CS meal (best at MK). When we went across the bridge with our pager, to wait to be 'received' by Beast's staff, it was nice to have a quiet moment in front of the castle, just our family. We took a lot of pictures and goofed around. When it was our time, the double doors opened to find 10 CM lined up to welcome us to the castle, and kick off our meal. Loved this! The announcement of Beast + his walking through the dining room added excitement and we enjoyed the M&G afterwards, although the PP pictures were quite dark.

    We had an early reservation (4:20), so not sure if the experience is different later in the evening.

    Lunch is wonderful, but if you can swing a dinner reservation, go for it!
     
  4. stitch68

    stitch68 Earning My Ears

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    I've never been there.......can't wait to see it.

    Have a wonderful time, if you're going there in the near future.
     

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