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We lucked out (I think!) and got dinner reservations at Be Our Guest during MNNSHP. We haven’t done either before, although we have done lunch at BoG. Are we going to be pressed for time to see all of the special events for MNSSHP? Our dinner reservation is for 6:35.
We are 4 adults now, and we can move along fairly quickly, although DD does still love the characters!
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Are you aware that BOG dinner changes to a 3-course prix fixe menu in a little over a month? Mentioning that in case you booked based on what you’ve heard about it or what’s on the current menu. If using dining plan credits, it’ll be 2 rather than the current 1.
Three courses could easily take well over an hour. That wouldn’t necessarily bother us because we’ve done CRT as party night dinner and weren’t trying to pack as much fun as possible into that single night. If your aim is to see and do with lots of trick or treating, you may want to try for a 4:00-5:00 ADR or forget a sitdown meal and grab some QS instead.
Btw, the MNSSHP parade is fabulous. Don’t miss that!
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We're doing the party for the first time this year as well and I don't even want to take the time for a CS meal but we will at 4 pm when we can enter the park. From what I'm seeing/reading with limited party time you really have to decide what it is you want to see and do. Just seeing one parade, one Sanderson sisters show and the fireworks with waiting I'm estimating to take up at least half of the party. Some of the meet and greets I would want (7 Dwarfs) I'm going to skip as again, I've heard the lines can get up to 3 hours before the party even starts at 7.