Discussion in 'WDW Restaurants and Dining' started by susan lees, Jul 7, 2017.
What do you get for a dining plan quick service credit at BOG lunch.
Thanks in advance.
It is a Quick Service meal for lunch, meaning you get to choose one entrée and one nonalcoholic beverage. If you wish to get a dessert, you can use one of your snack credits for that, or anything else on the menu labeled as a snack (aka the soups).
Also, note that at many CS locations, you can substitute your drink entitlement for any designated "snack" item from the same menu (e.g., order an entree + snack, instead of entree + drink). However, at BOG, you CANNOT do this as their kiosks aren't set up to take DDP orders with substitutions (or at least, as of a few months ago when we visited, they weren't).
Thank you I thought that was the case. I'll be using a snack credit for the masters cupcake for sure
You get a dessert included with your QS credit, no need to use a snack at BOG for lunch. Also, make sure no matter what that you take advantage of the order ahead of time online aspect of this restaurant. We've eaten there 3x for lunch (best value for your QS lunch at MK) and the last time, I forgot to order ahead of time and we were from one waiting area to a line to another waiting area and it added almost 30 minutes to our lunch. It was so annoying.
I thought you no longer get desserts for your qs credit and this was why you get two snack credits a day now. Is BOG different?
I thought the same about dessert but when we were over in February lots of qs places still offering dessert. I wondered if they hadn't quite caught up with the changes. We didn't dine at BOG so was curious.
No more dessert included, but a lot of places have their dessert options as a snack credit, and now you get 2 snacks a day as opposed to one. This changed for the 2017 DDP.
This is probably a stupid question and I didn't want to start a new thread for it, but how horrible would it be if my family and I went to BOG JUST for desserts at lunch time? My DW has been jonesing for a Master's Cupcake FOREVER.
There is nothing wrong with that. (Pre-ordering your desserts might save a little time.)
We did this and there was no issue, think of it as a normal restaurant, you are not required to order an entrée
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