Question about Three Broom Sticks.

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  1. eric714

    eric714 Earning My Ears

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    I have seen some post pics of a menu for breakfast....Is this a place you can make a Rez..

    I have never been to Universal and I'm trying to feel my way around. I'm used to WDW rez system. Does Univer. have online Rez's or do you have to call places directly?

    Thanks for all te help
     
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  3. SnowWtch

    SnowWtch DIS Veteran

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    You can't do breakfast unless you have a Harry Potter vacation package. As to lunch and dinner, it's quick service so no reservation is required.
     
  4. damo

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    Not quite true. If there are openings, you can also book a breakfast through the onsite hotels' Attractions Tickets desk if you are a guest. Did this myself a few weeks ago.

    There are also reports of people just waiting outside 3B with no reservation at all and getting in, depending on demand.
     
  6. damo

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    Ya, I don't think there is much of an issue being a walk-in for breakfast anymore.
     
  7. mesaboy2

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    It was not that crowded the morning we went. I'm curious: do you think this because it is offseason or are you suggesting that the general WWoHP newness is starting to wear off?
     
  8. damo

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    We were there on Sept. 23 and 24th. It was still busy but people weren't heading for the Three Broomsticks. There was no line there in the morning like there used to be. I actually expected the crowds to be lower than they were.
     
  9. eric714

    eric714 Earning My Ears

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    Thanks, I'm staying on site....I'll ask if there are opening to get in..
     
  10. Planogirl

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    I bet that people are more likely to eat lunch at Three Broomsticks now and are eager to see the other attractions. It was still pretty busy at lunchtime when we were there.
     
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    We ate lunch there too on Saturday and it was packed.
     
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    Is it busy at dinner time?
     

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