BOG confusion

Discussion in 'Disney Dining Plan' started by wtrowbridge, Apr 26, 2013.

  1. wtrowbridge

    wtrowbridge Mouseketeer

    Jul 26, 2011
    We are heading to Disney in Sept. and I am confused about Be Our Guest. I thought it was a QS restaurant and assumed we would be using a QS credit from our DDP. Our travel agent told me you can only get reservations for dinner and made us 4:00 reservations. Now I think I am understanding that we have to use a TS credit there for a 4:00 seating? And the only character we may meet is the Beast but even that is not guaranteed? If all of the above is right, is it worth it or would be better off trying to get in for lunch instead, just to see it?
  2. LilyWDW

    LilyWDW Going to My Happy Place

    May 7, 2006
    BOG is QS at lunch and TS at dinner. 4:00pm is dinner.

    Beast greets at dinner only but does not come to tables. Once you are finished with your meal you are invited to visit with him.
  3. Haley

    Haley DIS Veteran

    Mar 2, 2008
    I would check out the menus and see what you like better.

    You may have a 45-1hr minute wait for lunch so dinner might be more enjoyable. It's hard to get a dinner reservation there.
  4. BuzznBelle'smom

    BuzznBelle'smom <font color=red>There are tomato-ey paw prints all

    Mar 18, 2002
    Guest Services informed me that it's tougher to get a dinner ADR at BOG than it is to get breakfast at CRT. So, either be happy you got one, or cancel and make someone else's day. With that early a dinner time, it might be a good day to skip lunch and have a snack during the day to tide you over.

    BOG was a favorite of ours on our trip in Jan. We went for an early dinner, the kids loved it, and it wasn't very crowded--we got to enjoy the castle and see the Beast with very little wait. The lines were very long for lunch. But, this is your trip, you'll have to decide what to do about this. It's possible, but not likely, that you can find a "better" dinner time. I thought the food at dinner was much better than a lot of WDW fare, but you might want to look at the menu and see if it's to your liking.

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